S'port Port boasts premier indoor soccer facilities, including a full-size field for learning, practicing, and playing games of soccer's accelerated indoor cousin. The six-week women's indoor soccer clinic for beginners arms burgeoning footballers with the tools to shoot, pass, trap, cross, and dribble in a friendly and competitive team environment of 12–14 contenders. Along with enabling players to attain skills in a new sport, playing indoor soccer provides potential slide-tackling machines with great workouts sans the monotony of routine gym visits, tired treadmill excursions, and old-hat tree-uprooting exercises. Indoor soccer’s quick turf and playable walls make for a sprightly, fast-paced game that allows players to make zippy passes, rebound missed shots, and score with reckless abandon.
Sifu James Carinio of Tiger On The Red garnered tutelage from 10th-degree black-belt Grand Master Johnny Lee, and shares his 20 years of explorations with eager pupils. Although it provides training for adults in sparring, traditional Chinese weaponry, and Chinese exercise ball juggling, the pride of Tiger On The Red is found in its Tiny Tigers program for children ages 5 to 8. Customers can take an unlimited number of classes, which emphasize family, honor, and respect as well as basic kung-fu techniques, over three months. Like competitive toe wrestlers, students get a uniform to wear and are expected to consistently adhere to the rules of conduct.
Diamond Bowl, a refreshing fusion of bowling alley and robust restaurant, serves as a hangout for pin-battering rollers hungry for lane-thundering action and thirsty for food. Games ($5) on Diamond’s eight lanes keep hook-happy fingers limber, and shoes ($3) safeguard feet from toe-stomping sore losers. Follow up your fourth turkey with tangible foodstuffs from Diamond's full menu, such as the blackened-salmon sandwich on a kaiser roll ($7.99), the well-rounded bowling burger ($7.49), or the crispy chicken-tender salad ($8.99). Serious contenders can take a break from finger calisthenics to enroll in one of Diamond Bowl's leagues, and casual players can pair their match play with drinks from Diamond’s fully stocked bar, or they can watch a less phalange-intensive sport on one of nine crystalline HD TVs. Hourly games are also available.
Kids as young as aged 10 can splatter their friends with paint pellets at Splat Zone Paintball.Two fields invite friendly competition, including the fast-paced Graveyard field and the expansive 6-acre woodsball field, peppered with natural and manmade bunkers for players to duck behind or play house inside.