Equipment: MMA Mat, Punching Bags, Artificial Turf, Weight Room, Sauna, Treadmill
Students should bring: Proper workout attire
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1–5 people
Class location: Indoors only
Registration required: No
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Q&A with Ridge Kiley, Owner
Exercise is challenging, and people frequently give up on their fitness routines. How do you keep clients motivated?
We motivate our clients with encouraging words and gauge every client's level of fitness. If one member of a class starts to struggle, the class instructor and fellow classmates will help motivate them to continue.
Besides working out, what else can clients do to spend their time at your facility?
Folks can relax in the sauna.
What is a typical session of your program or class like for a student?
Each class is started with a proper warm-up, followed by class and technique instruction. Workouts will be fun and challenging.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
We train everyone to acquire functional muscle through our workouts. Each workout resembles ways an athlete would train. Workouts may be a little different than a typical gym, however our workouts are diverse, fun, and challenging.
Six climate-controlled indoor courts and twelve hard-surface outdoor battlegrounds host racket-swingers aged 5 and older at the $3 million Nebraska Tennis Academy facilities, nestled within the sprawling 215-acre confines of the Abbot Sports Complex. The academy's certified instructors foster adults' skills with drills designed to initiate new players, introduce new strokes, and elevate heart rates with tennis-oriented workouts. They also mold minors with a comprehensive Junior Development curriculum that prepares students for high-school play, more intense sessions for those committed to competing at a high level, and Quick Start classes—which tailor court dimensions, equipment, and scoring systems to the skills and sizes of players aged 5 to 11. During downtime, visitors can burn calories in the full-service health and fitness center or make macaroni portraits of Andre Agassi in the players' lounge.
The nine-hole executive course at Pine Lake Golf & Tennis Club—designed more than four decades ago for the use of homeowners in the Pine Lake housing area—today welcomes golfers of all skill levels and domicile locations. Beginners tackle the course’s straightforward fairways and greens, whereas skilled golfers can hone their short game on holes ranging in length from the 111-yard seventh to the 185-yard fifth. Although the concise fairways demand precision, they don’t foil golfers with the obstacles of other courses, such as sand traps, water hazards, and riddle-slinging bridge trolls. After swinging through a round under the gaze of the Pine Lake water tower, players can head to the tennis courts or drop by the pro shop to pick up new tees for staking pesky pint-sized vampires.
Course at a Glance:
Nine-hole, par-27 executive course
Length of 1,398 yards
Three tee options
From the humble beginnings of a five-bike shop in 1981, Cycle Works has since expanded and now showcases thousands of bikes and accessories lining the floors and walls. At Cycle Works, certified bike mechanics maintain smooth-riding bikes with tune-ups and customize new bikes to suit both cyclist and terrain. Once a two-wheeler has been selected, technicians measure bike and rider, and make necessary adjustments to the bike to assure a correct and comfortable fit. Before making final decisions, they let the customer take the bike out for a malted shake and a test-drive to assure compatibility. They also guarantee each sale with lifetime brake and derailleur adjustments at no cost to the original owner.
With one foot planted in traditional martial-arts pedagogy and the other roundhouse-kicking modern sports science, Tiger Rock Taekwondo Academy schools limbs with fast-paced, total-body fitness classes. The health-and-fitness program consists of YogaFit and Kisado, which blends martial arts, yoga, and nutritional counseling to build up the whole body and tone each strand of hair on the head. Martial arts classes for adults and kids cover counter aggressive forms such as taekwondo and hanmudo, a style based on grappling and takedowns.
Doing well in sports is all a matter of practice and golf is no exception. At Himark Golf Course in Lincoln, practicing golf is easy and fun.
If a bite's all you're after, then you'll want to stop by this course for a delicious fill of their home-cooked food.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Don't let a beautiful day pass you by. Stop by Himark Golf Course in Lincoln today and enjoy a fun game of golf with your friends.