Anthony Malta and Tyler Wilcox—the co-owners and coaches at CrossFit ASAP—both have CrossFit Level 1 certifications and strength-and-conditioning experience that dates back to high school. At CrossFit ASAP, they use friendly motivation and CrossFit’s dogma of varied, functional fitness to help clients get in shape. Workouts of the Day (WODs) often incorporate exercises such as weightlifting, interval training, body-weight exercises, and less conventional methods such as sled pushing and kettlebell training.
Doctor of Chiropractic Kristin Mattingly’s tenure on her high-school softball and volleyball teams did not go without injuries. To ease her pain, the teenager visited a chiropractor, and the resulting success paved the way for a future career as a chiropractor. Now with 8 years under her belt, Dr. Mattingly straightens spines and alleviates pain from daily routines and auto accidents for patients of all ages. She even had her daughter adjusted within the first hour of her life to ensure she kept her health optimal.
Kevin O'Leary, President of Pacific Powerboating and Coast Guard–licensed captain, guides intimate groups of sight-seeking passengers through the California Delta aboard a Bayliner yacht. Small tour groups cast off from Moore's Riverboat restaurant docks in a 38-foot, USCG–documented pleasure-cruiser fitted with cutting-edge safety and communications gear. While skimming along the pristine, ecologically diverse California Delta waterways, guests may catch glimpses of more than 600 species of animals, including white herons trawling for fish, river otters scampering, or snowy egrets majestically landing their biplanes in the reedy shallows. For a break from the flora, the captain leans on experience contributing to Bay and Delta Yachtsman magazine to curate a docket of stops at local hotspots and hidden gems.
The 18-hole course at The Golf Club at Rio Vista lives up to the club's moniker, as sweeping views of the scenic Sacramento River Delta abound throughout the layout. Designed by renowned architect Ted Robinson Sr., the course extends beyond 6,800 yards when played from the tips and showcases water features, sand traps, and elevation changes that have earned it accolades from Golf Digest. After rounds, guests can stop in at the onsite Rio Vista Nines restaurant for a salad, a sandwich, or a hearty entree more delicious than a homemade fairway smoothie.