Activities in Chino Hills


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  • Millennia MMA
    Founded by UFC veteran and Brazilian jiujitsu expert Romie Aram and his friends, Millennia MMA is a popular mixed martial arts school that has been training fighters—including several top-ranked professionals—for more than a decade. The academy has a new location in Chino Hills, where both adults and kids can train in a spacious facility outfitted with heavy bags, padded floors, and a raised boxing ring. In fitness classes led by qualified instructors, students learn the grappling and ground-fighting moves of Brazilian jiujitsu, or sweat their way through challenging cardio kickboxing or boot camp sessions. Other offerings include boxing, judo, and MMA.
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    2587 Chino Hills Pkwy, Ste A
    Chino Hills, CA US
  • Chaparral Lanes
    A night at Chaparral Entertainment Centers means more than just a few games of bowling?with its up to 48 shining lanes are the main attraction. The alley's lounge hosts live music on Friday and Saturday nights, so bowlers can jam out to a band, karaoke, or a DJ, who might accept requests for "We Are the Champions" after every strike. There's also a big-screen TVs, six pool tables, shuffle board, darts, and an arcade in the lounge. At a full-service snack bar, bowlers can order appetizers to tide them over between frames, and they can choose from up to 44 beers on tap, wine, and liquor.
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    4191 Chino Hills Pkwy.
    Chino Hills, CA US
  • Black Velvet Dance Studio
    Black Velvet Pole Fitness knows that pole dancing is the perfect exercise to incorporate aerobic, dance, and core training into one workout. Its classes achieve this in small groups of up to 10 students and vary by level, from Beginner Pole Fitness for beginners—which focuses on fitness work and beginning techniques—to Intermediate Spinning Pole for intermediate to advanced. Every student gets her own pole to practice spins and tricks on in an all-female environment to emphasize empowerment.
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    14676 Pipeline Avenue
    Chino Hills, CA US
  • Crossfit Chino Hills
    At CrossFit Saga, you won't see any of the weight machines and stationary cycles found in a conventional gym. In their place, pull-up bars, kettle bells, and barbells occupy 5,000 square-feet of space dedicated to small-group CrossFit workouts. A typical session at CrossFit Saga includes 10 or fewer people, meaning there's plenty of time for one-on-one instruction from their experienced coaches. Though the workouts vary each day, visitors can expect to do lifting, running, squats, and other functional movements, scaled to each individual's capabilities.
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    15350 Fairfield Ranch Rd
    Chino Hills, CA US
  • Bikram Yoga Chino Hills
    Equipment: A large 1,500-square-foot heated practice space and multiple showers Students should bring: A yoga mat, a bath towel, and a large water. We also rent these items. Registration required: Yes Good for beginners: Yes Average class length: 90+ minutes Number of Staff: 5–10 people Class location: Indoors only Established: 2014 Parking: Parking lot Pro Tip: Come to class well-hydrated, and do not eat 2–3 hours before. Q&A with Alicia Brodie, Teacher and Studio Owner Exercise is challenging, and people frequently give up on their fitness routines. How do you keep clients motivated? Bikram yoga is self-motivating; since it is designed to condition every muscle, joint, tendon, and ligament in the body, taking a class makes you feel really good all day. If you practice two or three times a week, you start to feel really good all the time. If you quit, you notice that you don't feel as good anymore, even if you're doing other types of exercise. Most people who quit come back sooner or later because they just feel better when they practice regularly. Do you believe in the maxim, "No pain, no gain”? Why or why not? Not exactly, but I do believe that doing nothing will get you nothing. A Bikram yoga class is challenging, and there is a great feeling of personal accomplishment with every class you complete. With regular practice (three times a week is recommended), your body composition changes drastically—you replace fat with muscle. Bikram always says, "In my class you don't lose weight, you lose inches." What is a typical session of your program or class like for a student? For a new student, getting used to the heat can be very challenging. It is fine to sit down and take a break at any time. At first it seems like you are not going to be able to make it, but if you just take it one posture at a time and remember to breathe, everyone can make it to the end. The second half of class is all done lying down, so that comes as a big relief. It is also a little surprising how difficult and challenging some very simple-looking postures can be when you hold them for a few seconds. I went into my first class feeling like I was strong and in good shape, especially my legs, and after about 15 minutes, I felt as weak as a kitten, especially my legs. The beauty of Bikram yoga is that the postures adjust to you and your individual level of ability, so that they are both difficult and doable for all fitness levels. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? People are often afraid to try Bikram yoga because of the heated room, but it is important to know that it is totally different from working out on a hot day. The heat in the room is nothing like the heat of the sun, and it actually makes doing the postures easier and safer.
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    15370 Fairfield Ranch Road, Suite E
    Chino Hills, CA US

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