Though Maple Lanes' main attraction is its 24 bowling lanes with automatic scoring, visitors can also step away from the pins for games of volleyball and rounds of golf on world-famous courses. As bowlers roll spares and strikes indoors, teams carry out sets and spikes on the outdoor sand volleyball courts, which host leagues and tournaments throughout the summer months. All year long, golfers hit the links on a Full Swing golf simulator, which transports them to 40 championship courses that emulate real-life wind and greens conditions. When not accidentally rolling volleyballs down the lanes or teeing up 16-pound balls, guests can order steak sandwiches, burgers, and bratwurst from the full kitchen or kick back in the lounge, where several large-screen HDTVs broadcast sporting events.
Anytime Fitness, which boasts 2,398 clubs in North America, makes it easier for average folks to etch out time for exercise by doing one simple thing: staying open 24 hours a day for 365 days a year. As fitness seekers challenge themselves on cardio and Hammer Strength machines and hoist Iron Grip free weights in clean, well-stocked facilities, security monitoring ensures they?re safe and producing enough sweat to meet official government standards. Members can also ramp up their exercise regimens with the help of Anytime Fitness?s staff of personal trainers, who demonstrate moves and sling motivating tips. After workouts, guests can shower in the private restrooms or hop into one of the tanning booths available 24 hours a day.
David Boll had a fire in his belly, one so intense that he could make popcorn by just passing a vegetable aisle. He knew he wanted to be an elite athlete, and he spent years working tirelessly towards that goal. He mastered every training procedure he could find, read every fitness article, and broke down exercise techniques to their very core. He dove into all sorts of sports—football, baseball, cycling, rugby, and more—but he never found the success he wanted. According to the bio on his website, he began to realized that he was simply an "average athlete." But later in life, David Boll found an area where he could excel: as a sports trainer and rehabilitation expert.
Now Dr. Boll, a licensed chiropractor, uses everything he's learned over the years to help athletes of all ages achieve their goals. Apex Athletic Performance and Rehabilitation, his mobile fitness business, hosts programs such as rugby camps, cycling classes, and speed camps for kids, who tackle hurdles and other obstacles. Dr. Boll also works one-on-one with athletes, and he can count NFL players, WWE performers, and other professional athletes as his past clients. As a chiropractor, Dr. Boll helps diagnose and rehabilitate injured athletes. His expertise includes areas such as spinal manipulation, therapeutic ultrasound, and soft tissue work.
Carved out of 640 acres of Wisconsin farmland, the 4.048-mile, 14-turn racetrack at Road America allows roadsters of all size and stripe to careen the original track design throughout the raceway’s full season of stock-car, motorcycle, and vintage-car collecting events. The iconic raceway, one of the fastest permanent road-racing tracks in the world, nurtures aspiring Andrettis through its driving school and accommodates gatherings with group outings, such as go-karting, snowshoeing, or geocaching adventures. On race day, guests can take advantage of golf-cart rentals to enjoy the action and fill up on snacks at some of Road America’s 13 concession stands.
Bowling balls whir down lanes seven days a week at Belgium Community Center, but the game isn’t the spot's only entertainment. The sprawling facility hosts a slew of special activities: movie nights, trivia nights, cornhole leagues, and bridal shows are just a few of the attractions that keep visitors coming nightly. And after guests play a ten-framer or toss bean bags, they can savor dishes from a full food menu while sipping beer, wine, and cocktails from the center’s on-site restaurant and bar.