What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Have a boy who missed the team or just wants to be better?
This is your chance.
Experienced retired high school and AAU basketball coach is coming back to help you.
Sign up limited, hurry while there is space left.
Is your location strictly for adults, or can kids participate as well?
Ages 11- 18 year old boys.
Adult men welcome if you are a beginner or just want to tune up your game.
(Boys under 16 must have a parent present for lesson).
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Love of the Game! This is a no frills 1 hour session to teach the #1 thing in basketball = technique !!! Coach will evaluate your game and show you where you need to improve.
He'll make you better at passing, shooting and dribbling.
What do you love most about your job?
Making good basketball players into great ones.
Boys must show up ready to play in basketball attire.
Parents bring chairs, umbrellas and snacks.
Email or Call 559-416-8260 or 559-660-5762 for court location and to arrange lesson time and date.
Blackbeard's Family Entertainment transports visitors to magical and faraway places. One mini-golf landscape mimics the Wild West with realistic hotel and saloon storefronts, whereas another simulates pirate life, and a third brings storybooks to life with castles, moats, and sand traps filled with porridge.
It's easy to believe you're in a 1980s European discotheque while you sneak through the smoky, music-filled twists and turns of the XTreme laser-tag arena. To take a mock tropical vacation, head for the water slides or an adventure course that resembles a jungle rope bridge. Cap'n Kids' Rideland whisks away youngsters to a realm where gravity is irrelevant, and the go-kart tracks blur adults' everyday stresses into a whirlwind of speed.
Inside Aerozone's trampoline park, groups of daring jumpers defy the Earth's fierce gravitational grip upon grids of trampolines. Whether leaping through open-jump sessions or playing games of dodgeball, visitors aerially traverse the wide arenas, rocketing off angled surfaces and diving into pits full of foam blocks. With the addition of rental bounce boards or skis, visitors can soar to new heights while safely attempting new acrobatics. The indoor bounce park even features a separate section for younger children, allowing them to play on their own trampolines and in their own foam pits while under the watchful supervision of their parents or android babysitters.
Since 1978, Brenda Athletic Clubs has stood out from other gyms for its staff’s focus on offering all the amenities of a modern fitness facility while still fostering an inviting atmosphere. Its founder, Al Brenda, believed in fitness programs for all age groups, a mantra that the club continues today with youth fitness programs, including basketball clinics and yoga lessons, as well as a SilverSneakers fitness program for seniors. In addition to tennis, swimming, and standard strength and cardio equipment, the fitness centers supply its members with an ample amount of group classes including cycling, Zumba, and kickboxing.
Their newest location, aptly named Yes You Can!, is designed to be an elite training studio specializing in smaller group classes such as rowing, cross training, and seven more specialty classes.
SOS Club is an unusually luxurious take on a gym—for one, there's an on-site bar and restaurant. For another, there's not one swimming pool, but three, including a heated one. The array of sports courts, meanwhile, ranges from tennis courts to basketball ones. For a group workout, members can also take to the group fitness studios, for sessions of mini-ball Zumba, Pilates, yoga, or pirate toga.
Sports fans flock to Modesto's Rainbow Fields for a fun day away.
If you've worked up an appetite, no worries! This club also has a fabulous restaurant.
Got kids? No problem at Rainbow Fields! This club is a fantastic spot for families to hang together.
The parking lot near Rainbow Fields will have you in and out in a jiffy.