The locations that comprise Paintball Tickets challenge hue-happy gamers to a range of combative revelry fought with air-powered paintbrushes. During games, referees maintain a fun and lighthearted wartime experience while competitors engage in capture-the-flag style strategy. As players navigate the terrain on a quest to invade the other team's territory and avoid epidemics of trenchfoot, they covertly scope opponents and peg them with bright-colored pellets to dull their chance at victory.
Most 5Ks feature participants in sweat-wicking T-shirts and shorts sprinting toward the finish line. But The Sweater Dash is different. During the fun run, runners and walkers don ugly sweaters to ring in the holiday season. Following the festive jaunt, participants head to the Ugly Sweater Party to celebrate their achievement with live music and holiday food. To add to the merriment, the event includes an award ceremony for Ugliest Sweater and a meet-and-greet with Santa, during which the winner of the Ugliest Sweater award can ask him for more stylish clothing.
The Neon Run brings the age-old traditions of running competitions into the 21st century, using a 5K course built around glow stations, from which a water-based formula rains down on runners. The liquid radiates light; coupled with the black lights and LED along the route, it creates a surreal confusion of color. The race culminates in a Neon Festival, in which each runner is armed with a personal bottle of glow paint or powder.
Ali'i Racing's head coach, Michael Kyle, named his triathlon training center after a Hawaiian term. It's only fair?Hawaii was the birthplace of one of the world's most iconic triathlons, Ironman Kona. The Hawaiian term in quesiton, "ali'i," meant "chiefly status" in ancient times.
Through Kyle's rigorous training programs, athletes can achieve just that. They perfect their running, swimming, and biking through months of clinics and group workouts. Kyle's training gets into the nitty-gritty of motion, too, with video analysis of clients' swimming styles and running gaits.
From novice to seasoned athlete, The Fit Potato helps clients from all walks of life attain better physical fitness. Boot-camp classes offer team support while working through cardio and strength exercise, and a Training for Runners program helps build endurance with like-minded participants. The staff focuses on individual fitness goals during personal-training sessions in the gym or at the client’s home or favorite elevator.
After the birth of her twin boys, personal trainer Amy L. George needed a way to combine her passion for her kids and for fitness. Soon, Get Movin’ Momma was born, too. She helps moms-to-be stay fit throughout their pregnancies and guides new moms through routines that help them get back in shape with or without their little ones in tow for workouts. Amy also has classes for moms and their preschoolers that are more effective than simply chasing a preschooler or chasing a preschooler who’s running on a treadmill. Moms also turn to her for me time with personal-training sessions and boot camps.