The luxurious facilities at ClubSport Green Valley are large enough to stump seventh-grade geometry students and solidify "ClubSport" as a successful punch line to a yo-mamma joke. It houses two pools, four squash courts, heaps of the latest exercise equipment, piles of uncut iron, and more. With today's deal, you get access to the whole ClubSport kit and caboodle, including any of the 75+ group fitness classes that take place each week. Learn to do the downward-facing dobsonfly in a yoga class, or unleash your dropkick-craving thigh muscles in the kickboxing class, then soak sore muscles in the lavish locker-room whirlpool. Ten indoor and four outdoor tennis courts?plus an eager USPTA-certified staff?await your unreturnable backhand and ball-punishing serves. Check out information on all the amenities here.
At Rhythm Tennis, students learn the ins and outs of the sport with one-on-one instruction from coach Greg, a San Francisco Men's Champion Division winner. Beginners learn to defeat competitors and screen the air for migrating cicadas by mastering fundamentals and strokes such as the forehand, backhand, and volley. Onsite tennis pros also restring rackets and offer tips and tricks on gear.
A knowledgeable staff that includes tennis instructors and former touring pros helps customers navigate the aisles of racket-sports equipment inside the two locations of Courtside Tennis & Apparel. A demo program lends out rackets from brands such as Babolat and Wilson for patrons to try out on the court or at John McEnroe–themed parties, and same-day stringing services get gear serve-worthy in a hurry.
Buzzing with pride after a win over Oregon State, the Hornets gridiron stings rivals with steely defensive maneuvers and clever offensive strategies. Today?s deal ushers fans to reserved seats, which showcase prime views of kickoffs and celebratory maypole dances around the goalposts. Helmed by 17 returning starters, the team hopes to top last year?s 6?5 record. After breaking the school?s single-season passing-touchdowns record in 2010, senior quarterback Jeff Fleming started the season more positively than the product of two negative integers, and senior wide receiver Chase Deadder looks to win the team?s MVP title for a second year by exceeding last season?s 37 receptions for 788 yards and six touchdowns. With second-team All-American honors under his belt, senior defensive lineman Zack Nash stands to lead Big Sky Conference stats for sacks and sportiest fanny pack.
At Del Norte Aquatics, three heated pools are located both indoors and outdoors, facilitating year-round practice and lessons. Using curriculum developed by the USA Olympic swimming team, the center's coaches teach swimmers of all ages and ability levels everything from flotation skills to basic, intermediate, and advanced strokes, transitioning through the caterpillar squirm and chrysalis float before learning the butterfly. Aside from instruction, Del Norte offers 20 aqua-fitness classes per week, which leverage water’s natural resistance to tone muscles during low-impact, challenging workouts.
Denton Desquitado of D2 Tennis doesn't just teach his students how to play tennis, he teaches them how to become good people. An elite, USPTA-certified instructor and former collegiate athlete (The College of William & Mary), Desquitado coaches youngsters and adults alike to not only think about their forehand but also about their future. During lessons, he teaches tennis fundamentals and bestows younger students with academic and leadership principles, hoping to nurture top-notch student-athletes who will be well-positioned to get into the nation's most prestigious colleges.