At each of Bike Tech's three locations, a staff of bike enthusiasts roams the floor, offering patrons recommendations for new two-wheeled transports and advice for repairs and upgrades on presently owned models. Each store's inventory spans the spectrum from apparel and accessories to new bicycles by top brands, such as Specialized, Scott and Cannondale. The team also offers services ranging from full custom builds down to basic washes, necessary when short on time or all of the local elephant trunks are out of order.
A fourth-degree black belt and international competitor for the national Cuban tae kwon do team, Alain Alvarez is no stranger to hard work. After retiring from international competition in 1998, Alain decided to turn his talents to training others through fun, inventive, and effective boot-camp classes and personal-training sessions. Each class maintains a furious pace, as students sweat and bound through body-weight exercises, sprints, agility drills, and anvil juggling. Sessions also integrate fun group activities such as tug of war, potato-sack races, and tag-team butter churning. Alain preaches that exercise can improve not just physical but also mental performance, and conducts classes on the beach, in a parking lot, or on the grassy fields of a local park.
The experienced instructors at K-Total Martial Arts all share a common background: they each hail from Korea and attended a university for tae kwon do. They use their experience to help children as young as 3 build confidence and endurance, though teens and adults also can get in on the strength-building action. Additionally, the studio sends champions to compete in tournaments and provides instruction in hapkido––the martial art favored by Steven Seagal.
For instructor and founder Luis Colon, it all starts with three little words: Yes, I can. The third-degree black belt and head instructor at United Martial Arts School preaches a positive attitude as he uses tae kwon do and jujitsu to build self-confidence in his students. Instructors teach self-defense classes for women, mixed-martial-arts classes for adults and teens, and punishing muay thai strikes during private kickboxing classes.
Costa Greens Golf Club regales sphere slingers with 6,300 yards of grassy terrain that winds through natural vistas speckled with palm trees, sand traps, and picturesque waterways. Cull your clubs and take off in a new E-Z-Go golf cart down the narrow fairways of the 72-par course, which incorporates water hazards into 11 of its 18 holes with scenic ponds and herculean slip 'n' slides. After traversing the green, stop into Costa Greens' pro shop to peruse their cache of essential golfing tools. Although not included with this Groupon, patrons can quell post-putt tummy rumbles with Peruvian and Nicaraguan fare found within Karnitas Grill, the on-site nosh-haven.