At Peak Fitness, Cybex and Life Fitness strength-training machines mingle with Hammer Strength machines and free weights. An indoor rock-climbing wall protects climbers from the elements, and a cycling room corrals LeMond stationary bikes for classes. On the cardio floor, treadmills, elliptical machines, stair climbers, and bikes gather like gazelles around a “No Alligator” swimming zone. Peak also supports recreational sports, with an indoor basketball half court, a volleyball court, and tanning beds for minor-league tanning. Personal trainers and fitness coaches guide clients throughout their fitness journeys with tailored one-on-one instruction, as well as fitness classes and Zumba classes that mix music and exercise to simultaneously strengthen lower-body muscles. In the spa, staffers relax sore and fatigued bodies with massage services, waxing, and facials. Additionally, the studio's babysitting service keeps children aged 3–11 preoccupied while parents hone the mental muscles needed for their offspring's future groundings.
Sunlight filters through white lace curtains into Tea with Tracy's tearoom, casting delicate shadows across wooden tables, straight-backed dining chairs, and three-tiered serving plates stocked with sandwiches and sweets. This Victorian elegance befits Tracy's location in the center of Seymour's historic antiques district, and a menu that steeps more than 100 different flavors of tea, including English breakfast, white peach, and hot cinnamon spice from Harney & Sons Fine Teas.
To accompany whistling kettles, cooks also bake sweets such as scones, banana bread, and Swedish brownies, or fill crust-less tea sandwiches with curried egg salad, English cucumbers, and mint-infused cream cheese. In addition to its refined finger foods, the shop also prepares visitors to host their own gatherings by selling elegant china alongside tins of aromatic tea.
Featured in The Advocate, Dr. Energy Saver’s sociable, energy-savvy staff takes a crack at where your money might be getting siphoned away with inefficient use or loss of energy. Dr. Energy Saver co-founder Tom Casey started his career as an award-winning heating and cooling entrepreneur who gained industry recognition for his energy-conserving practices. Welcome Dr. Energy Saver into your home to consult you on the idea of adding home insulation, installing and upgrading furnace and water heaters, and replacing windows and doors. You’ll also get 20% off an air-sealing treatment, during which Dr. Energy Saver will plug any energy-wasting air leaks—saving you up to 10% on your annual energy bill.
The three courses presented with today's Groupon allow players to put their long and short games to the test on a selection of the region's finest links, including two that made Golfweek magazine's list of the best courses to play in Connecticut. The Golf Club at Oxford Greens—designed by esteemed architect Mark Mungeam—carves its way through 680 acres of woods west of Naugatuck State Forest to create a memorable 18 holes of play. At the Gary Player-designed Lyman Orchards Player Course, players wind their way through majestic trees, apple orchards, and talking pumpkin patches in a time-honored pursuit of par, and Pete Dye's Wintonbury Hills course challenges divot diggers with a varied combination of tree-lined fairways and links-style open holes. Set against a lush backdrop of rolling forests and manicured greens and situated far from the hustle and bustle of traffic and residential homes, each course's serene surroundings peacefully erase all memory of phrases such as “double bogey,” “water hazard,” and “eaten by a moose.”
RTC Training Center houses an indoor archery range. Firearms training takes place at an offsite shooting range located just a few minutes from the main facility.
During certain courses, instructors supply revolvers, semi-automatic handguns, and other firearms.
The instructors at RTC Training Center help students hit their targets, whether during archery classes or NRA firearms programs. For the former, a USA Archery Level 2?certified instructor teaches students to safely shoot crossbows and the traditional bow and arrow. NRA-certified instructors take care of the firearms training, which includes classes in pistols, rifles, and shotguns.
When Mike Abe began the work to open 67 Family Diner in 2014, his neighbors soon made it clear they were mourning the loss of a town favorite. The Sandwich Man had stood in this spot since 1974. To remedy the situation, Mike began a dialogue with longtime regulars. As a result, he ended up keeping many favorite staff members and sandwiches from the old establishment.
Now, Mike oversees a menu of classic diner favorites: sandwiches, soups, hearty entrees, and breakfast staples served all day long. The interior's been given a makeover too?there's now glimmering counter seating and cozy new booths.