Things To Do In McClintock

Paintball Outing for 4 or 8 with Equipment Rental and Rounds at Tempe Paintball (Up to 47% Off)

Tempe Paintball

Tempe

24,000 sq. ft. arena equips gunrunners for military-style play with an paintball maker, mask, and 100 paintballs per person

$146 $83

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One Month of Unlimited Barre, Yoga, or Bootcamp Classes or 10 Classes at Fitness Fusion (Up to 61% Off)

Fitness Fusion

Tempe

Practice flowing yoga poses, raise your heart rate in intense bootcamp classes, or work out using equipment and props in barre classes

$70 $39

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Pints of Beer and Take-Home Bottles for Two or Four from Sleepy Dog Brewery (Up to 38% Off)

Sleepy Dog Brewery

Tempe

Great Arizona Beer Festival’s People’s Choice Award-winners pour pints of their craft beer

$21 $14

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One Month of Unlimited Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Classes for Kids or Adults at GD Jiu-Jitsu (Up to 65% Off)

GD Jiu-Jitsu

Tempe

Kids or adults build self-defense skills and stamina in Brazilian jiu-jitsu classes, which focus on grappling and ground-fighting techniques

$130 $49

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One Day of Rock Climbing with Rental Equipment for One, Two, or Four at Phoenix Rock Gym (Up to 56% Off)

Phoenix Rock Gym

Tempe

Instructors stand by to assist guests who clamber up 30 ft. ropes and bouldering walls

$18 $10

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Four, Six, or Eight Weeks of Boot-Camp Classes at CrossFit Haboob (Up to 55% Off)

CrossFit Haboob

Tempe

Beginning and experienced athletes alike can benefit from intense boot-camp class workouts

$95 $45

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One Month of Fitness or Boxing Classes and a Fitness Assessment at Sunshine Training AZ (80% Off)

Sunshine Training AZ

Tempe

Exercisers looking to get fit choose between one month of fitness or boxing classes

$100 $19.99

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One- or Three-Month Martial Arts Membership at Clarfield Kajukenbo Self Defense And Fitness (Up to 58% Off)

Clarfield Kajukenbo Self Defense And Fitness

Tempe

Black-belt instructor teaches kajukenbo methods, which blend karate, judo, jujitsu, kenpo, and boxing

$80 $39.99

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One Month of Unlimited MMA or Women's Boot-Camp Classes at Arizona Combat Sports (Up to 61% Off)

Arizona Combat Sports

Tempe

Students gain strength and stamina in intensive MMA classes or burn calories and tone muscles in women’s boot-camp classes

$100 $39

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1, 5, or 10 Personal-Training Sessions or 4 Group-Training Sessions at The Fitness Joint (Up to 58% Off)

The Fitness Joint

Tempe

Personal trainer develops a customized, calorie-burning fitness plan that can include workouts such as plyometrics & agility drills

$50 $26

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Four Half-Hour Private Guitar, Bass, Piano, Banjo, Mandolin, or Songwriting Lessons at Hermes Studio ($100 Value)

Hermes Studio

McClintock

Tutor Bob Hermes helps players enhance their musical skills with the same knowledge he shared with a former student and current pop-star

$100 $34

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Four Weeks of Unlimited Martial Arts Classes at Fluid Martial Arts Academy (62% Off)

Fluid Martial Arts Academy

Tempe

From the merchant: Positive and energetic staff train adults and children in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Muay Thai Kickboxing and Kenpo Karate.

$129 $49

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10 Yoga Classes or 30 Days of Unlimited Yoga Classes at Spirit of Yoga (Up to 53% Off)

Spirit of Yoga

Tempe

Classes cover various disciplines, including traditional flow yoga as well as meditative sessions that use the vibrations of a gong

$70 $35

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10 Yoga Classes or One Month of Unlimited Yoga Classes at Yoga Nirvana (Up to 72% Off)

Yoga Nirvana

Tempe

Seasoned yoga instructors host classes featuring Ashtanga, Kundalini, and power-yoga sequences

$105 $29

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Three Personal Training Sessions at Epic Fitness LLC (65% Off)

Epic Fitness Llc

Tempe

Certified trainers create fun and completely customized workouts designed for your fitness goals

$180 $63

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As part of the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts, a private college that educates holistic healthcare providers, Spirit of Yoga focuses on self-restoration and self-empowerment. The classes here range from traditional Vinyasa yoga, which combines poses into a continuous flow, to more creative sessions on a “yoga wall”. But all emphasize more spiritual practices, focusing on movements and breath work that provide therapeutic benefits. Meditation is offered as part of many of the sessions. That’s not to say Spirit of Yoga doesn’t have fitness-oriented classes as well; if you want to get your heart rate up, take Hatha Tone, which uses body weight training techniques for a muscle toning workout.

The schedule here is accommodating, covering a variety of disciplines and skill levels. All classes are drop-in, though some request reservations. Check out the Soy Shop while you’re in the studio if you want to pick up some yoga-related gear, books, or jewelry.

1420 E Southern Ave
Tempe,
AZ
US

"I'm bored!" is probably the most common phrase uttered by children out of school for the summer. Even inundated with an abundance of toys, games, and technology, kids still want more. Instead of getting them yet another magical centaur, parents can keep their offspring occupied with one of Arizona Summer Camps's diversions. The camp teams up with a variety of local businesses to present a diverse array of summer camps to engage the minds and bodies of youths. The quality of instruction is top-notch, and the student-to-teacher ratios are kept low.

Kids can expand their horizons with science-driven experimentation in fields such as robotics or computer gaming, or break a sweat and a few boards in one of several martial-arts camps. Gymnastics camps bolster coordination and strength in wee ones.

5301 South McClintock Drive
Tempe,
AZ
US

Armed with various facilities, group classes, and state-of-the-art equipment, 24 Hour Fitness molds amorphous adobe muscles into rock-solid flesh houses. Each location boasts cardio equipment, free weights, a steam room, and group exercise classes so social gym junkies can motivate each other. Group cycling sessions burn calories and increase energy levels, and Latin dance-influenced Zumba classes present a fun, dynamic way to slim meat suits. Before breaking a sweat, check the online schedules for upcoming times.

2145 E Baseline Rd
Tempe,
AZ
US

Jim Keegan, the founder of Yoga Nirvana, draws on his studies in kinesiology and biomechanics to help visitors obtain inner peace and healthy bodies. Before opening his own studio, he served a nine-year stint as the head yoga teacher at Arizona State University and continues his teaching career through international workshops. Jim and his fellow instructors guide students through classes such as Ashtanga for beginners, Kundalini yoga, power yoga, and mediation. Sore students can ease their tired muscles by scheduling an appointment with the studio's licensed massage therapist. In addition to group classes, Jim offers private lessons and whisks pupils away on all-inclusive yoga retreats.

1801 S Jentilly Ln
Tempe,
AZ
US

Twisted Sisters Sports Grille is a home-away-from-home for fans of the Denver Broncos, but fans of ASU, drink specials, Angus burgers, and hot wings will also find plenty to cheer about. Half-pound patties flip onto pretzel rolls, accompanied by smoked bacon, barbecue sauce, provolone, and other burger-friendly treats. Turkey, italian, ham, and club grinders, served with house-made potato chips, combine gooey cheese with crisply toasted bread, adding crunching sounds to the cheers of Sun Devils and Broncos fans and despairing wails of those who wanted to watch CSPAN.

1212 East Apache Boulevard
Tempe,
AZ
US

Four Peaks Brewing Company

Before it became a brewery, the space that now houses Four Peaks churned out ice cream. Built in 1892, the brick building began as Pacific Creamery, transformed into Bordens Creamery, and finally traded hands to a band of local beer enthusiasts. A few things haven't changed though––today, guests will still see the same wooden ceilings and glass clerestory,, and while there aren't any cows wandering around, there is a silo. That's where more than 45,000 pounds of two-row malted barley—the base of all Four Peaks’ brews—wait to be milled and infused with specialty malts in different colors and flavors, from black coffee to red candy. Brewers then transfer the milled grains, or “grist”, to a hopper, where a computer weighs and divvies out the appropriate amount for each batch of beer. The meticulous process results in some of Arizona’s favorite beers—at least according to reviews by Frommer’s and Local Eats. Which was exactly what its founders, a crew of beer lovers, wanted to achieve. Some of their award-winning “regular” beers include Arizona Peach—light and fruity, with a subtle peach scent—and Oatmeal Stout, a thick, heavy English-style brew traditionally eaten with a spoon. They also pour seasonal beers along with naturally carbonated cask ales that rotate every Wednesday. And since the kitchen and brewery are next-door neighbors, many dishes––Angus beef burgers, chicken enchiladas––pair seamlessly with the pours, while others––pub fish and chips, Oatmeal Stout-soaked tiramisu––have the brews baked right in.

1340 E 8th St
Tempe,
AZ
US