When you need something to do on your day off, visit MetaBody Yoga & Fitness Pass in Franklin and indulge in a day filled with fun and adventure.
Put your endurance, flexibility, and strength to the test with MetaBody Yoga & Fitness Pass' hot yoga classes.
Embark on a cross fit challenge. It'll transform your body, and you'll love your new-found definition.
Move your whole body with their intense aerobics, forcing you to take your body to a whole new level.
Jab, hook, kick! These kickboxing classes will teach you the basic fundamentals and give you a great cardio workout.
Show your body you mean business by hiring one of the personal trainers offered at this gym.
It's easy for your workout to become complacent, that's why you should consider circuit training!
Burn some calories, enjoy a good workout and change your physique with a group spinning class.
If you're worried that you won't be able to follow along, don't be. These Zumba classes feature easy-follow-routines for all experience levels.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So if you're looking for a fun time, make plans to visit MetaBody Yoga & Fitness Pass.
Tac Force Challenge tests the strength of racers by putting them through the rigors of an adventure 5K obstacle course designed by power lifters, martial-arts experts, and special-operations professionals. The muddy, muscle-straining course houses 31 obstacles, such as rope walls, river dashes, unbalanced beams, log trips, and tunnels that force runners to use all their strength and jet-pack fuel to reach the finish line. Participants begin their first race ranked as a Private and advance closer to General as they complete each run. This progress is saved in the Tac Force database, which catalogs completion dates so that the government knows whom to call in the event of a sweaty-bicep shortage.
If you're a sports fan, Waynesville Area Chamber of Commerce in Waynesville is the place you want to be.
With food just the way you like it, this club elevates your restaurant experience just on the level of taste.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So head to Waynesville Area Chamber of Commerce for some fun, laughs, and a great experience.
In January 2013, sisters Angie and Ashley Webb set out on a long run. Their destination? The moon. True, they didn't do it all at once. And they had a lot of help—after initially setting a 1,000-mile goal, they found that friends, family, and runners from around the world wanted to get in on the action. The group
hit a new cumulative goal of reaching 238,855 miles—the distance between earth and the moon.
Today, people from more than 40 countries call themselves Moon Joggers. Each of them contributes to the organization's collective goal by jogging, running, or walking, then logging their miles in the online database. Back in 2013, the group made it to the moon by May 23, but the journey didn't end there. They're
expanding their goal
every year, currently aiming for Venus in 2014. As team members contribute at their own pace, they also hit checkpoints along the way and climb in the rankings, earning the right to be called Captain while remaining entirely unqualified to run a starship.
The Glo Run’s 5K fun run event always takes place at night, but it doesn’t seem like it. The course is lined with black lights and lasers, and runners sport glow-in-the-dark gear from t-shirts to sunglasses. On-course DJs add to the festivities, blasting tunes as the untimed participants run, walk, or dance to the finish line. Even more DJs await them there at the glow-in-the-dark after party, which lights up the night better than a raccoon that's swallowed a flashlight.
It began with a simple camping trip in 1910. Carl B. Kern led a group of 12 young men on a hike from Lebanon, Ohio, to a small camping area along the Little Miami River. Naming the area Camp Ozone, since there were no signs of civilization, Kern continued to bring campers back there each summer until he died unexpectedly in 1917. Camp Kern – YMCA is now located on the original spot where the first group of campers stayed. It has grown from a boys-only summer camp into a 485-acre, coed, year-round facility that offers everything from summer camps to zipline canopy tours.
Some things at the camp haven't changed, though. As part of the YMCA of Greater Dayton, the camp's staff members continue their mission to strengthen kids, families, and communities by teaching core values. They lead outdoor education sessions where students explore Native American mounds built 2,000 years ago and gather 500-million-year-old fossils to learn about nature and what hats were popular in prehistoric times. Ranch camps teach equestrians how to care for horses, whereas family and adult programs revolve around archery, canoeing, and climbing.
The crew also hosts literary-themed summer camps, including one that immerses kids in the world of the Ranger's Apprentice book series by John Flanagan. The author visited the camp in November 2012 and told WDTN 2 News, "I had no idea that you were actually recreating and enacting so many parts of the Ranger legend…I think it's fabulous, I wish I was a kid and I wish I could do it."