A brand new Adventure Series that was built around having fun while giving back. After a day of adventure running, keg tossing, obstacle course sprinting, tractor tire flipping, archery range shooting, and beer drinking, you will know what it means to be a true Hybrid Athlete. You will know what it means to give back.
Elizabeth Morrell knows what it takes to lose weight. After battling her demons and shedding more than 115 pounds, Elizabeth now helms Fitness Range to help others shave off excess mass and cultivate healthy lifestyles, even earning a feature in Courageous Woman Magazine. With help from her troop of certified instructors, she helms a diverse lineup of fitness classes such as yoga, spin, Pilates, and boot camps. She designs each of these sessions with students and female Jack LeLanne impersonators of all fitness levels and workout preferences in mind.
It’s simple enough to run three miles around your neighborhood, but why do that when a Healthy Races run could potentially involve a giant inflatable killer whale, mud-soaked ballerinas, or a mischievous leprechaun? Healthy Races injects each of its events with a crucial ingredient that is sadly all-to-often missing from exercise: fun. Though the company's events change based on the season, it has previously held mud runs, glow stick highlighter runs, Oktoberfest beer runs, and St. Patrick's Day-themed 5Ks.
The award-winning cuisine at D'Canters' features contemporary American dishes with a focus on steaks and seafood. Sunday champagne brunches, host lemon-blueberry pancakes, and dinnertime starters include jalapeño hush puppies. Entrees run the gamut from wild game specials, natural angus prime steaks and include dishes such as shiitake crusted chicken and prime rib or the signature jalapeño lime salmon. On weekends can guests can revel in fresh oyster and duck menu selections. A full service bar and more than 40 wines by the glass can complement each feast, which unfold amidst the soothing tones of live music every Friday and Saturday.
Besides a working kitchen, there are two things a person needs in order to cook: the right gear and the right recipes. The chefs and food aficionados at Kitchen Fantasy supply both with an extensive stock of cookware and a full schedule of cooking classes. Kitchen Fantasy's products run the gamut from tools, like cheese slicers and meatball makers, to accessories, such as chef's coats. Its courses, taught by a team of experienced chefs, touch on general and specific cooking techniques, from knife skills to vegetable-cooking methods less destructive than flooding a garden with boiling water.
People have lots of different goals for their appearance. Some want to lose weight. Others worry about wrinkles or visible veins. Dr. Roland M. Fuertez, who is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and in Geriatrics, works with all of them. Under his supervision, technicians can recommend weight-loss supplements and injections or remove wrinkles with Botox and other products.