Premier Paintball provides pigment-packers ages 10 and up with multiple fields on which to run, shoot, and play dead. The brand new x-ball field pits teams against one another amid the playful geometry of stuffed, beanbag-like fortifications and an enormous red X that, when combined with the correct incantation, is capable of summoning every zombie pirate within a half-mile radius. Players who prefer a more true-to-life take on tempura warfare can take on the role of SWAT tacticians in the village, invading buildings in search of opponents and shouting "clear!" each time they note a window's transparency. Or, test your aim and adrenaline tolerance during woodsball, a calculated contest of wits and color shooter in which half of the included 500 paintballs spend themselves against branch and bough instead of limb and leg. Although today's deal includes all the equipment, air, and ammunition players need to fuel their frescoed festivities, Groupon guests can also take advantage of a 10% discount on same-day purchases made at the on-site pro shop.
Northwest Curves, a fitness center designed exclusively for women, provides members with a 30-minute circuit of hydraulic resistance machines designed for an efficient cardio and strength training workout. During the training, attendees can burn up to 500 calories and work each major muscle group to work toward individual fitness goals. An experienced coach is always nearby to teach and motivate participants, and a soundtrack of fun, upbeat music cues participants to move on to the next station. Instead of fiddling with weight stacks and losing momentum, the hydraulic machines use your own body weight and fitness level to create resistance. Each machine uses push-and-pull motions to create toned, lean muscles perfect for crushing a grapefruit without looking like you can.
Whether inside the gym hopping on and off plyometric boxes or outside lifting weights when the sun shines, the trainers at Westsound CrossFit keep routines interesting with ever-changing daily workouts. It’s all part of the CrossFit system, which is designed to employ all muscle groups while staving off the boredom of repetition. Intense classes feature functional movements—such as lifting, pushing, and pulling—that prep participants for all sports, work, and daily activities.