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  • Me & My Shadow
    Though dogs tend to lovingly follow their owners' lead, that's not where the name Me & My Shadow came from. The owners had a dog named Shadow, an american eskimo that began suffering from health problems, including blindness, at an early age. When Shadow became too skittish to take walks around the neighborhood, his owners decided to put a pool in the backyard. Shadow was delighted to swim in it, and for years afterward, it seemed he was happiest during the summer swimming season. This inspired Me & My Shadow, an indoor pool and recreation center where dogs can exercise and learn to socialize throughout the year. By-appointment swimming sessions are kept private to ensure dogs and owners—who can take a dip, too—feel comfortable. Pet parents can also sign their dogs up for training sessions, which are led by Judy Hales, an experienced trainer who takes a gentle, positive approach to instruction, as opposed to just rolling her eyes at dogs that can't complete their given task.
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    29855 Ford Road
    Garden City, MI US
  • Ann Arbor Country Club
    A community staple for more than 70 years, Ann Arbor Country Club's 18-hole course roams undulating, tree-speckled terrain for a 6,420-yard, par 72 course. Rolling fairways give way to small greens, making it critical for golfers to approach the putting surface from advantageous angles. Mature trees and streams loom throughout the course, eager to ensnare errant balls or runaway golf carts.
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    4699 E Loch Alpine Dr
    Ann Arbor, MI US
  • WakeBoard Clinic
    To the trained staff at Wakeboard Clinic, every watery medium is worth a ride. These acrobatic instructors wakeboard, wakesurf, wakeskate, and waterski across the warm, shallow waters of Silver Lake in summer, and they skim the snow once the temperature drops. With an indefatigable passion for riding, the expert crew imparts their athletic know-how to pupils during clinics at the private Silver Spray Sports Marina on Silver Lake and at Boyne Mountain Resort during overnight camp stints. At these scenic locales, students young and old master wakesurfing basics before graduating to more advanced maneuvers such as jumps, grabs, and spins.
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    4037 W Silver Lake Rd.
    Fenton, MI US
  • Stars and Stripes Gymnastics Academy
    Stars & Stripes Kids Activity Center sets the stage for youngsters to build strength, flexibility, and self-esteem through a variety of engaging classes. A safe, supportive training environment awaits nascent limbs in the gymnastics classes (11 months old and up), in which kids learn movement and social skills under the watchful eye of instructors, parents, and vacationing Santas. Bigger kids can start with recreational gymnastics classes, which dish on the fundamentals of taking turns, coordination, and building self-confidence, and promising monkey-bar Olympians can try apparatus training on vaults, uneven bars, balance beams, and floor exercises. Beginning and intermediate tumbling classes let kindergymnasts explore their rubbery possibilities and more inventive escapes from timeout.
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    4630 White Lake Rd
    Clarkston, MI US
  • Deer Lake Athletic Club
    Come taste what Deer Lake Athletic Club is doing to transform classic American cuisine. Mindful eaters are advised to count calories a different day, as Deer Lake Athletic Club is without low-fat fare. Take a peek at the drink menu here, and make sure to sample something off the list. Deer Lake Athletic Club is known for serving great food, and they are able to serve it at your next event with their excellent catering. Deer Lake Athletic Club provides easy access to an adjacent lot. A typical meal at Deer Lake Athletic Club will set you back less than $30. If you can't make it in the morning, try Deer Lake Athletic Club for lunch or dinner.
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    6167 White Lake Rd
    Clarkston, MI US
  • Running Fit
    Some running stores brag about their huge selection. For Running Fit, it isn’t about quantity, but quality. Their selection, which typically spans about 200 options, never includes poorly made shoes, even if they’re hot brand names. The shop's buyers focus on three core principles: fit, construction, and price. If a shoe doesn’t fit their high expectations, it simply doesn’t make the cut. The staff is trained to help you find a shoe that fits your unique specifications, from foot and gait type to preferences in in-shoe rocket boosters. Those who are getting into running for the first time should try Running Fit's Running 101 class, which prepares students for the trials of a 5K through group runs and info sessions that focus on apparel and shoes, stretching, nutrition, and how to prepare for a race. More experienced runners can raise their game up by having their form analyzed or signing up for the half- and full-marathon class, which takes participants through the training process from start to finish. The running obsessed, meanwhile, should check out The FIT, a weekly running newsletter that doubles as an arch support.
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    43280 W 11 Mile Rd
    Novi, MI US

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