Precor Home Fitness outfits exercise enthusiasts with all the equipment they need to create a gym setting in their own home. It offers in-home machines such as treadmills and exercise bikes, as well as a variety of fitness accessories. Precor Home Fitness also offers bikes and ElliptiGO machines for outdoor fitness.
Inside a newly constructed 7,000-square-foot facility, Dojo 3's certified and seasoned instructors lead up to 90 hip-shakers in a variety of dance moves that slim and tone bodies to the tune of Top 40 music. Instructors demonstrate the swiveling cardio motions and muscle-isolating exercises atop a raised platform, allowing students to easily replicate the motions on the wooden dance floor without sweat-proofing their opera glasses. The 25 weekly classes incorporate Top 40 dance hits with regularly updated choreography to keep minds engaged while preventing fitness plateaus. While adult guests participate in kinesthetic renaissances, a watchful staffer supervises kids aged 3 and older as they amble around the kids' play area. The fitness center also features conveniences such as a changing room and ample parking, offering easy access that encourages patrons to fit workouts into their daily routines instead of fitting them into someone else's.
Glen Acres Golf & Country club challenges irons to swing for its par-71 benchmark on 6,088 yards of secluded fairways. A one-month membership grants long- and short-gamers unlimited use of the 9-hole, 18-tee course, including its driving ranges and practice areas. Evaluate the layout with a hole-by-hole analysis, strategizing how to avoid ball-swallowing bunkers and aqueous interludes with water hazards. Golfers also get the power to bring up to three guests to the course on one occasion during the month, additional green fees not included. After catching up to the course's notoriously speedy greens, members get designated times to leisurely explore the club's facilities, including member dining areas, swimming pools, and green rooms where members can indulge in boat envy in private.
Tom Peterson channels his passion for cycling and experience as a competitive racer into running his shop. Hoping to create a hub for cyclists of all experience levels, he’s gathered a team of cycling enthusiasts and seasoned mechanics to assist customers and perform a range of services that include repairs, tune-ups, and custom bike building. Their inventory of products from brands such as Shimano, Bianchi, Garmin, and 3T helps cyclists gear up for rides or find the perfect gift for their bike’s birthday.
To provide easier access to cycling for students who find it difficult to obtain bicycles, Bike Works brings a one-day workshop to spots around Seattle as part of its UGottaGetABike program. Low-income youth learn how to change flat tires, reconnect rogue chains, and ride safely. At the end of each session, each student receives a bike of their own, each refurbished by pupils in the Earn-A-Bike program, as well as a bicycle lock and helmet. The Fall 2011 session of UGottaGetABike will run at four locations: New Holly Youth and Family Center, Rainier Vista Boys & Girls Club, South Shore K-8, and Van Asselt Elementary.