Under the guidance of world sport-karate champion, Mr. Julio Castro, Castro's Martial Arts & Cardio Kickboxing teaches local youth discipline, self-confidence, and proper fitness. Martial styles include tae kwon do, karate, and kickboxing, among others. Besides helping students hone these skills, the staff also emphasizes the importance of academic achievement and teamwork. Through this combination, Castro's Martial Arts aims to boost students' performance in other sports, improve their study habits, and enhance their overall focus.
When Julius Jones isn't in the gym, he's talking about it, as he helps guests make long-term health and fitness adjustments. He leads guests through intense classes in his sprawling black-and-red gym, teaching students of all fitness levels kickboxing, aerobics, and boot-camp exercises. Julius also works one on one with guests to help them create the foundations for healthy habits during personal-training sessions.
At Arcade Zone, fun diversions are the name of the game. Racing video games, Skee-ball, and hoop-it-up jump-shot games keep kids busy and engaged. The center also features inflatable bounce attractions where kids can expel their pent-up kinetic energy. And for birthdays and other celebrations, Arcade Zone offers private rooms for hosting parties.
With a history stretching back more than 40 years, Circus Vargas wows audiences with dazzling acrobatics and rib-tickling clowns under a giant big-top tent. The show eschews animal performers for human-costumed spectacles, showcasing dazzling feats that only a few dexterous humans and short-circuited cyborgs are capable of. The circus's big top, hand-fashioned in Milan from 90,000 square feet of fabric, holds up to 1,500 show-goers in classic, blue-dyed elegance. Early-arriving guests can take part in an interactive preshow, jumping in the ring with ringmaster Jon Weiss as he leads audience members through tutorials that show how to perform stunts such as juggling, feather balancing, and balancing checkbooks with quill pens.
Skyview Aviation's pod of professional pilots takes the helm to ready aspiring stratospherians for flight. The 30-minute introductory flight puts you in a safe and reliable Cessna aircraft, in which a trained instructor will familiarize you with the airport, the aircraft, and the instruments and controls the pilot must manage, all while preventing you from pulling off all your favorite Red Baron maneuvers. While the instructor will take care of the more difficult parts, such as takeoff and landing, the lesson allows you to briefly take control of the plane. For the six months following touchdown, trainees will enjoy a free subscription to Flight Training magazine, a paperback repository of aviatorial tips, tricks, and migration patterns.
The echoes of spheres hitting wood and toppling pins, followed by celebratory cheers bounce from lane-to-lane inside West Valley Bowl seven days per week. Competitors of all ages clash during league play, open lane games, or cosmic bowling on Fridays and Saturdays, which, in between frames, shifts the spotlight onto a live deejay and karaoke performances. After attempting to climb onto the top scores list by using perfect form or bribing crooked pins to "trip over", bowlers can waltz into the center's lounge, where electric dart boards, pool tables, and televisions provide an oil-free alternative to the gleam of bowling lanes. For further refreshment, Johnny's Diner refuels sphere-flingers with burgers and sandwiches, and an on-site pro shop helps players improve games with equipment upgrades and bifocals for older balls.