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  • Franklin Athletic Club
    The staff at Franklin Athletic Club knows that staying in shape requires a multifaceted exercise routine and dietary regimen. Their newly renovated facility reflects this understanding, with a multitude of exercise equipment, fitness classes, and an onsite restaurant. Club members can join TRX suspension-training, martial-arts, dance, and yoga classes led by experienced instructors. They can also develop personal-training routines using more than 10,000 square feet of free weights and cardio equipment. A 20-yard indoor pool facilitates year-round aquatic exercise, and an outdoor pool allows karate students to chop gigantic blocks of ice in the winter. After a racquetball game or a match on 1 of 13 indoor tennis courts, athletes head to the club's Babylon Cafe to replenish their energy with American and Mediterranean dishes such as chicken wraps and falafel plates.
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    29350 Northwestern Hwy.
    Southfield, MI US
  • Perrysburg Tennis Center
    Perrysburg Tennis Center's experienced instructors teach adults to serve and volley on indoor and outdoor USTA-certified courts. During 60-mintue group introductory lessons, up to five racketeers will learn such tennis basics as smashing a forehand, scoring a game properly, and serving while their opponents are in the bathroom. Players hustle across one of the center’s 16 tennis courts, which include eight US Open blue indoor arenas, four outdoor hard courts, and four outdoor Har-Tru HydroCourt clay grounds outfitted with underground water systems to help them keep cool. Visitors can head to the indoor court's second-floor mezzanine for a clear view of players batting orbs across courts the way kittens bat balls of yarn across the internet.
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    1750 Progress Dr
    Perrysburg, OH US
  • Dearborn Racquet and Health Club
    Boasting indoor courts, modern equipment, and a multipurpose aquatic center, the Dearborn Racquet & Health Club encourages fitness for the whole family. The facility was fully renovated four years ago and has made upgrades every year since. Racquet addicts can take a whack on the spacious indoor tennis courts or face a goggle-wearing foe on the hardwood floors of the four racquetball rooms. After honing sprint speed and long-distance stamina on the indoor running track, guests will never again miss the ice-cream truck. The track surrounds the fitness center, a 17,000-square-foot forest of strength-training and cardiovascular equipment. The swimming pool's lanes welcome liquid laps, and the hot tub's jets massage workout-weary appendages and warm popsicle-filled bellies. An indoor golf training center allows club connoisseurs a chance to practice their swings without wandering through the bramble after sliced balls.
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    2727 South Gulley Road
    Dearborn, MI US
  • Drive Table Tennis Social Club
    There are a lot of things going on at Drive Table Tennis Social Club, but it all works toward the same goal: make people happy. Founded in 2012, the club now resides inside the famous Penobscot Building in downtown Detroit. Here, strangers become friends while racking up points during games of table tennis, munching on snacks, and sipping on specialty wines and beers. Music also pumps through the club's speakers, making it impossible for opponents to hear your embarrassing grunts.
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    1441 Woodward Ave
    Detroit, MI US
  • Zu Cru Fitness
    Zu Cru Fitness instructor Dru is just as comfortable helming kickboxing workouts as he is taking center stage at a Latin-inspired Zumba dance party. Armed with an AFAA group-exercise certification and dance-instructor training, Dru has more than a decade of fitness experience. His studio's workouts range from Pilates and spinning to weight-training sessions.
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    21230 Moross Rd.
    Detroit, MI US
  • Detroit Opera House
    When it comes to describing Kristin Chenoweth, "multitalented" is an understatement. Overlaying a soaring voice with sparkling charisma, Chenoweth won the 1999 Tony for best featured actress in a musical and originated the role of Glinda the Good Witch in the smash Broadway hit Wicked, earning both fame as the definitive incarnation of that character and the legal right to carry an Oz passport. Her forays into television have included an Emmy win for Pushing Daisies, a stint on The West Wing, a guest appearance on Glee, and a starring role in ABC's new comedy GCB. Mixing classically trained control with the ability to call up a folksy twang from her childhood in Oklahoma, Chenoweth regales audiences with heartbreaking ballads and high-energy romps.
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    1526 Broadway Street
    Detroit, MI US