CrossFit Full Strength's certified coaches put their charges through a mixed bag of exercises that changes each day. They do everything from clean and jerks to pull-ups and tractor-tire flipping. By changing routines, they work all muscle groups and stave off boredom. All exercises have one thing in common, though?they each combine everyday motions, such as pushing and pulling. Those movements, performed at a high intensity, result in a preparedness for any physical activity.
You’d be forgiven for assuming that Shady’s was anything but a dive bar tucked away on Indian School Road. Even the exterior – all dark windows on a nondescript building façade – seems to indicate that Shady’s is exactly as their name suggests, but inside the ample bar space is a thriving hub of local activity. As a fun, cherished neighborhood hangout, this simple bar space is enlivened by a jukebox instead of blaring TVs, letting guests grab a swanky banquette near the pool tables for conversations that can actually be heard. Others get comfortable on the bar stools and order up an expertly crafted Moscow Mule, Old Fashioned, Corpse Reviver or lemon drop martini. Craft beers are another good option – there’s reason that the sign out front says “Fine Ales & Cocktails.”
It's all about spinning at Studio 360. A team of 10 instructors lead more than two dozen different classes throughout the week that offer ample opportunities for members to get on a bike and get moving. Whether a first-timer or a seasoned spinner, students of every experience level can participate and benefit from any class. Bikes are available on a first come, first served basis in the studio, so clients should be sure to come early, especially if they've designated a specific seat as their dream bike or the spot to hide messages from their gym pal.