Endurance Fitness, Inc.'s certified personal trainer Douglas Clement challenges clientele with one-on-one workouts molded around their fitness levels and individual objectives. A complimentary consultation and health assessment help Douglas guide gym-goers in their quests to slim down or bulk up. During personal-training sessions, trainees engage in a series of custom dynamic workouts that jump-start hearts, helping participants obtain a healthy glow that should make their home lamps obsolete. Douglas collaborates with his customers to accommodate busy schedules by adjusting workout lengths and times.
Certified Hatha-yoga teacher Dana Brown brings an ancient physical discipline to Endurance Fitness, Inc., helping increase flexibility and peace of mind with chair and mat classes. Dana guides seniors through gentle movements that improve mobility. She also conducts traditional mat classes that flow through seated and standing poses, as well as inversions, bends, and twists.
The course at Touisset Country Club covers a verdant patch of repurposed farmland that still bears many of its original, naturally occurring hazards. In 1959, the then-amateur designers, Raymond Brigham and Richard Weller, built the course by hand. In doing so, they chose to leave the existing boulders in place rather than using them as paperweights for to-scale U.S. maps. And today, more than half a century later, the course balances such rugged features with well-maintained, penncross grass greens.
Course at a Glance:
All four Total Fitness locations hold a variety of up-to-date fitness equipment and more than 25 energetically instructed classes. From cardio-kickboxing and spinning to Pilates and strength training, the fitness curriculum readies muscles and cardio systems to take on new challenges, such as running a marathon at the bottom of the ocean. Aspiring Zumbalinas can opt for Zumba classes to learn Latin dance moves; time-hindered humans can choose the power half-hour class, a core strengthening and high intensity cardio blast that burns calories like a flaming donut; and those in search of motivation can take boot camp, which comes complete with a military-esque instructor.
Perched along the historic Palmer River, where steamships used to chug along to the ocean’s embrace, the tree-spotted links of Wampanoag Golf Course invite players to swing their way through nine holes designed by golf course architect Aljenon Barney in 1932. Golfers swing their way through the 110 acres of bucolic greenery, where subtle slopes facilitate walking or somersaulting from hole to hole, and gas-powered carts ferry club-swingers who loop the course twice over to play a full 18. Players are challenged with forced carries over water hazards on holes 7, 8, and 9 and must use deft club selections throughout to avoid excessive sunbathing in the course’s populous sand traps. After breaking a sweat, golfers can lounge in the shade of a patio, munching on sandwiches and sipping complimentary coffee before summoning camel transports for a renewed attack on hole six's sandy moat to the green.
When traversing Cole's River Family Fun Center's 18-hole mini golf course, golfers putt past water flowing down a mini rock-strewn mountainside, contoured greens, and rocky outcroppings surrounding the course. Adjacent to the course, guests of all ages can hone their swinging skills at the multi-bay batting cages, or enhance a different set of swing mechanics under covered bays at the on-site driving range. Golfers can unwind with solo practice sessions or enlist the help of a golf instructor during one-on-one lessons and group clinics. The multi-faceted facility also serves up Del's Lemonade, snacks, and lucky colors of mini golf balls.
Divine Yoga tunes minds and bodies to more serene frequencies with a variety of yoga classes fit for all ages and abilities and instructed by a bevy of experienced stretching shepherds. Heat-seeking muscle bundles can twist, bend, and cosmic watusi in the purging heat of a hot-yoga class, and room-temperature benders can practice their poses in a mellow yoga class, which uses seated postures and slow movements to flexify hips and shoulders and ease the pain of recent oil-wrestling injuries. Check the schedule for class times and dates.