Knockout Boxing & Fitness unites guests with kickboxing-centered fitness classes and an array of cardio equipment, free weights, and yoga mats. The gym's trainers coach sweat savants in classes that knock out up to 1,000 calories per session while increasing self-esteem and odds of dominating arm-wrestling matches. Kickboxing and boxing techniques are infused in classes such as the full-circuit KO 360 class, which establishes a ring of workout stations zeroing in on heavy-bag drills, mitt work, and core work, and the KO Sparring class, which teaches fitness-seekers boxing basics through three-minute rounds of drills. For a customized workout, a health regimen is developed to suit each client's nutritional, emotional, and fitness needs in the 10-week Go Girl Go boxing and fitness program.
At Java Joe's, guests sip freshly made coffee drinks and graze baked goods, rummage through a collection of eclectic clothing and merchandise, and tap toes to live tunes. Baristas blend aromatic shots of espresso with frothy milk riddled with chocolaty notes to create a 16- or 20-ounce café mocha ($3.85–$4.25). Utilitarian cups of joe ($1.95 for 16 oz.; $2.25 for 20 oz.) fill mugs for on-the-go sippers and bulk beans ($13.95/lb.) allow customers to bring robust flavors and caffeine-jolts home. Pluck a pastry from a bakery filled with treats, such as scones ($2.45), chocolate-filled croissants ($2.95), and cheesecakes ($3.75) that quench food cravings and hush grumbling tummies like a swallowed Paul Simon 8-track.
The sailing aficionados behind Pacific Sailing want as many people as possible to experience the thrills of traveling to untouched islands and docking inside giant wine bottles. That's why they charter sailing tours and eschew the cost of boat ownership with a sailing club, granting members access to boats for a certain number of sailing days each year. Pacific Sailing also trains new captains during one-on-one lessons that cover both basic and advanced techniques.
Its fleet, which includes boats up to 34 feet in length, sails up the coast of Ventura Harbor Village and takes 14-mile trips to Channel Islands National Park. Here, five picturesque islands grant sailors views of lush foliage and wildlife such as blue and humpback whales.
Sky High Sports emancipates kids and adults from the laws of gravity with each jump, twist, or backflip their trampolines aid. The yellow-and-black play space features a spring-loaded frame that provides more give to jumpers, with all frames and springs covered by 2-inch-thick safety pads. To take full advantage of its unique space, Sky High hosts springy and elevated games of dodgeball as well as AIR-obics, a low-impact, fat-burning workout class that helps improve balance and coordination. Pintsize gymnasts can take refuge in a specially designed kid court and romp around in the foam pit while they brainstorm nicknames for their pro-wrestling career. The expansive 45,000-square-foot center also offers family-fueled games of laser tag and private rooms for birthday parties.
Wind roars through the open door of the plane, as the instructor's shouts barely register through the adrenaline pounding in your ears. And as quickly as the roar came, it's replaced with the rushing air of free fall and the sight of miles and miles of California coastline. At Skydive Coastal California, this is how people experience the rush of skydiving. In addition to tandem dives for newcomers, the instructors also help students complete their first solo jumps with accelerated certification programs, and experienced USPA jumpers can join the fun on trips.