At Xtreme Solutions Gym, fast-paced, unorthodox workouts help clients break a sweat. Sean Lynch?a Desert Storm veteran with 12 years of experience in emergency medicine, a national competitive bodybuilder, and a wellness coach?helms the gym along with his son Nic. The duo tackles clients? goals one-on-one during personal-training sessions or group together individuals for boot-camp classes. The two also offer nutritional consultations and coaching in bodybuilding and powerlifting. Additionally, Sean specializes in adapting these workouts for those with disabilities.
Few locations suit a mud run better than a big dirt field. With that in mind, the organizers of the Popeye Energy Battle Challenge selected Milestone MX Park's 55-acre motocross complex for their mud-splatter-inducing 5K and 10K runs. Both races feature a gamut of obstacles, an acre of muddy terrain, access to a post-race party, and photo ops with a fossilized dirt bike from the Jurassic Period.
For the past 38 years, Riverside Archery?s experienced archers have taught pupils of all skill levels on the 20-yard indoor range. Riverside?s pro shop hosts private and group lessons as well as an open-shoot time.
Dramatic elevation changes and a labyrinthine layout with nary a parallel fairway coalesce to create the scenic 6,104-yard, par 70 course at Indian Hills Golf Club. Throughout the round, the Jurupa Valley and the rising crags of the Riverside County foothills draw eyes to the horizon, stealing attention away from critical putts, club selection, and exploding golf balls slipped in by a deceitful caddy.
Water hazards threaten on three holes, including the 451-yard, par 4 ninth, where drives that land to the right of an ever-narrowing fairway become sunken casualties of the course’s most difficult hole. After finishing on the 515-yard par 5 eighteenth—the course's lengthiest—golfers can replenish energy lost by visiting the club's onsite restaurant, 19th Hole Pub & Grille.
Course at a Glance:
18-hole, par 70 course Length of 6,104 yards from the farthest tees Course rating of 69.7 from the farthest tees Slope of 125 from the farthest tees Three tee options available
From garnishing a perfectly poured martini to doling out rounds of drinks quickly and efficiently, the experienced instructors at National Bartender School possess all the tips, tricks, and tools to succeed in the bartending trade. With years of industry experience under their belts, these knowledgeable spirits sages guide pupils through certification courses that cover every aspect of the job. Under their supervision, students learn to craft more than 200 cocktails, handle transactions, and practice the art of the upsell without breaking a sweat or bottle of 50-year-old scotch. Free refresher courses and job-placement assistance keep students on track even after school is through. For more focused pursuits, National Bartender School also hosts classes in specialty fields such as flair bartending and bar management.
For more than 30 years, Southern California Golf Schools' professional golfers and teachers have been passing their club-swinging tutelage on to golfers of all ages. The director of the golf school's operations, Steve Bean, started his teaching career in the early 80s and went on to teach alongside many talented golf professionals, including a few who have received accolades for their teaching chops from Golf Digest. Bean has been a golf pro for several country clubs, has worked as a custom fitter for Titleist, and has owned multiple golf schools in San Diego and Las Vegas since 2001. In 2010, he was named the teacher of the year by the Professional Golf Teachers & Coaches Association of America.