Volleyball in Depew


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  • Penfield Sport & Fitness
    What began as eight racquetball courts in 1978 has grown into a family fitness center housing exercise machines, group classes, indoor pools, volleyball, basketball, and a smoothie bar. Penfield Fitness and Racquet Club members make use of an endless supply of free weights and Technogym or Life Fitness cardio equipment equipped with TVs for personal viewing. A team of trainers leads 99 group fitness classes each week, such as Zumba dance aerobics, Pilates, and yoga as well as nationwide programs including Les Mills and SilverSneakers. In keeping with their heritage, trainers host racquetball lessons, leagues, and tournaments for adults and children. Members can take advantage of free childcare services and cool off after workouts at the club’s onsite smoothie bar instead of attempting to somersault into a passing ice-cream truck.
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    667 Panorama Trail
    Rochester, NY US
  • Premier Sports Center of Western New York
    Premier Sports Center?s indoor sporting haven pairs up-and-coming sluggers with an ultramodern quintet of pristine automated batting cages. With each token, good for 18 pitches, batters can refine the ideal stance, spit, and swing against balls hurtling at a variety of speeds. Three of Premier?s cages allow players to populate their orb onslaught with baseballs, softballs, or disembodied doll heads. Batters are welcome to tote along their own bats and helmets, though an on-site arsenal of noggin-shields and ballpark batons can ably equip the unprepared for frenzied rounds of sphere smashing. Though not included in this Groupon, Premier Sports Center also rents out outdoor tennis courts and an indoor astroturf sports field and boasts an on-site caf? with free WiFi and outdoor seating.
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    701 Phillips Rd
    Webster, NY US
  • Off Limit Sports
    Established in 2010 by two guys with a passion for volleyball, Off Limit Sports combines the healthy, active elements of playing sports with the social elements of trying new things. Much like actual volleyballs, which grow from seeds, the company started small: it offered just one night of volleyball per week. Today, though, it organizes leagues, tournaments, and pickup events in a number of sports, including soccer, baseball, basketball, and trampoline dodgeball. Despite that growth, Off Limit Sports remains closely connected to the community, working to raise funds and awareness for many local causes and charities.
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    1675 Lake Shore Blvd. E
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Canlan Sportsplex
    Three regulation-size volleyball courts, two artificial turf fields, and one fully boarded sport floor surface sprawl across Canlan Sportsplex's 55,000 square feet of space, creating an indoor haven for everything from soccer to ball hockey, regardless of the season. Although the facility allows visitors to rent any of the fields, rinks, or courts, it also offers drop-in times for guests seeking a quick pickup match. Recreational leagues meet throughout the year, and the complex's staff even hosts occasional clinics that help casual enthusiasts as well as serious competitors refine their skills, techniques, and endorsement-negotiating tactics. In its ceiling, the facility features nine large doors that protect visitors from the elements, but can also be opened during the warmer months to transform the space into an open-air sports center.
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    3360 Wolfedale Rd.
    Mississauga, ON CA
  • Arroyo Volleyball Club
    Head coach Robert Bethea founded Arroyo Volleyball Club as a way to grow the sport of volleyball and nurture young bump-set-spikers into confident and healthy individuals. The nonprofit organization deploys a professional cast of coaches—all certified through the USA Volleyball Coaching Accreditation Program—to locations throughout Durham, where they conduct practices, summer camps, and tournaments and invite all players to participate regardless of their experience level or whether they have springs implanted in their fingertips. To ensure each student receives personal attention, the club strives for a 6:1 player-to-coach ratio and never lets it exceed 12:1. Instructors encourage each athlete to improve physical fitness and partake in Arroyo's team-based learning dynamic, which instills the lifelong virtues of responsibility, discipline, and always joining spontaneous massage trains.
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    15 Allstate Parkway
    Markham, ON CA
  • Rouge Valley Sports Camp
    Founded by two York Region teachers in 2013, Rouge Valley Sports Camp fosters independence, emphasizes teamwork, and encourages critical thinking. But campers may not even realize they're acquiring those skills, since they'll be too busy playing basketball, baseball, soccer, or another sport. The camp also offers wilderness training and arts-and-crafts time. Indeed, RVSC's main program comes stocked with a diverse roster of activities. But the camp also offers activity-specific programs, with plans to expand into such areas as archery, rock climbing, and music in the future.
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    525 Highglen Avenue
    Markham, ON CA
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