Kevin Surrey has been playing tennis at a high level for more than a decade and a half, but it's possible that what he does off the tennis court contributes most substantially to his success as a coach. That's because when he's not serving up practice volleys or praising proper footwork, he's a teacher. He owns a masters of education degree from the University of California, Santa Cruz, so clearly he recognizes the power of positive reinforcement and customized instruction. The approach works for everyone from first-timers to veteran racket swingers, all of whom can look forward to more solid contact, stronger backhands, and more reliable serves.
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Ranked 138 in the world, Fred Dewitte, play tennis! Orange County’s head instructor, brings his NCAA Division I playing experience to every lesson he teaches for adult and junior students. Fred tailors lessons to the individual player’s skill level and ultimate goals, be it an improvement of stroke mechanics, physical fitness, or more thorough enjoyment of the game. He believes that lessons should be fun for children, and that classes should provide an athletic experience and allow students to lose oneself in the sport during each lesson. Fluent in Japanese, English, and French, Fred can help native speakers of all three languages improve their arguments with line judges and translate opponents' grunts.
The cuticle shapers at Costa Verde Nails coddle hands and feet during manicure and pedicure treatments with warm towels, light massage, and kaleidoscopic ensembles from a rainbow of polish and Shellac colors. While lounging in the comfort of a cream-colored treatment chair, guests can pluck potato slices from the environs' scalloped upholstery, which is joined by sheer drapes and inset lighting.
At Integrated Medicine Centers, director Dr. Lamby Ginakes combats injuries and chronic pain from a variety of angles through four phases of care: relief, correction, strengthening, and maintenance. He and his coalition of chiropractors, osteopaths, and general practitioners set in motion physical-therapy programs to help patients recover from spinal injuries, muscle aches, and joint pain without having to give up exercise or stop giving their friends piggyback rides. In addition to devising treatment plans, the team educates patients through regular workshops and classes.
The patter of gloves against heavy bags and the paced breathing of circling sparring partners fills The Boxing Club with energy. That's amplified by trainers, who lead classes in everything from cycling to kickboxing. There's muay thai, for example, an MMA fighting style that torches calories with flurries of flying elbows, knees, and fists, or jiu jitsu, which focuses more on grappling.
Martial arts are, in a way, just one more way of working towards physical fitness for many at the studio. Fitness goals are helped along by a full weight room, cardio area, and pilates studio. There's also a full locker room for cleaning up afterwards.