Sports in Palo Alto, CA

$15 for One Month of Classes — Ranger Taekwondo ($150 Value)

Ranger Taekwondo


From the merchant: Olympic Style Taekwondo; instills discipline, self confidence, respect, and leadership along with physical fitness

$150 $15

Hawaiian Airlines/Kristi Yamaguchi Downtown Ice in San Jose

Downtown Ice

Downtown Ice

$17 $11.50

One or Two Months of Unlimited Kickboxing and TRX Classes at Impact! Kickboxing Fitness (Up to 80% Off)

IMPACT! Kickboxing Fitness

San Carlos

Hammer away stress and calories by hurling punches and kicks into heavy bags; boxing and TRX also available

$178 $36

Introductory Archery Lesson with Equipment and Practice Time for Two or Four at Archery Only (Up to 51% Off)

Archery Only


Learn how to sling arrows with recurve bows before practicing with friends; all necessary equipment is provided

$60 $30

Four 30-Minute Indoor Lessons at American Swim Academy (50% Off). Four Locations Available.

American Swim Academy

Multiple Locations

Certified instructors impart swim basics in classes kept to a small student-to-teacher ratio for optimum safety and learning

$64 $32

$35 for a 1-Hour Paddleboard or Single- or Double-Kayak Rental for 2 from Half Moon Bay Kayak ($65 Value)

Half Moon Bay Kayak Co.

El Granada

Aquatic revelers decked out in wetsuits and life jackets traverse the rolling waves of Pillar Point Harbor atop paddleboards or kayaks

$65 $35

Adult Registration for National Veterans Day Run 5K or 11K on November 13 (Up to 42% Off)

National Veterans Day Run

National Veterans Day Run

Runners complete 5K or 11K to support the men and women of the armed forces; goody bag, medal, and refreshments

$30 $19

$29 for Entry to a Nighttime 5K Music Festival on Saturday, November 19 ($60 Value)

Night Nation Run

Santa Clara County Fairgrounds

Run past different DJ stages on a 5K course amid interactive light shows, then celebrate at a main-stage after party with DJs spinning EDM

$60 $29

$43 for Four Swimming Lessons at King's Swim Academy ($98 Value)

King's Swim Academy

Multiple Locations

Children ages five months and up attend lessons over the course of four weeks to develop and enhance swimming skills

$98 $43

$39 for Four Weekly Beginners' Gymnastics Classes for One Child at Peninsula Gymnastics ($126 Value)

Peninsula Gymnastics

Multiple Locations

Youngsters learn the basics of tumbling and are introduced to gymnastics events over four weeks of classes

$126 $39

Entry to the Sacramento Super on November 12 or the Sacramento Sprint on November 13 from 2016 Reebok Spartan Races

Reebok Spartan Races

Van Vleck Ranch

Reebok-sponsored races pit competitors against natural and manmade obstacles, such as mud, fire, climbing walls, and barbed wire

$149 $99

San Jose Sharks and Barracuda Hockey - Two Game Pack with On-Ice Photo and Shot on Goal (October 25–February 12)

San Jose Sharks and San Jose Barracuda

SAP Center

Catch the San Jose Sharks and their AHL affiliate, the Barracuda, in action, plus take a post-game photo and shot on goal

$130.25 $39

Seals and Sea Otter Watch Kayak Tour of Elkhorn Slough for One or Two from Blue Water Ventures (Up to 50% Off)

Blue Water Ventures

Moss Landing

Trained naturalists lead explorers in stable kayaks through protected waters to view otters, harbor seals, and seabirds

$68 $37

Fencing Classes for One Child or Adult at International Fencing Academy (Up to 54% Off). Four Options Available.

International Fencing Academy

Sunnyvale West

Fencing instructors teach épée, foil and sabre fencing programs for all ages and skill levels

$140 $65

Entry to the Monterey Super on June 3, 2017, from Reebok Spartan Races

Reebok Spartan Race

Toro Park

Reebok-sponsored races pit competitors against natural and manmade obstacles, such as mud, fire, climbing walls, and barbed wire

$149 $79

$29 for One Month of Unlimited Classes at Condition and Competition Kickboxing ($135 Value)

Condition and Competition Kickboxing

North San Jose

Expert instructors demonstrate kickboxing & martial-arts jabs that condition physiques of all ages in supportive gym setting

$135 $29

Kayaking or Paddleboarding for Two at 101 Surf Sports (50% Off)

101 Surf Sports

Multiple Locations

Explore the bay atop a stand-up paddleboard or a classic kayak

$100 $55

$39 for a Beginner Archery Lesson and 2 Return Visits from Ohlone Archery

Ohlone Archery

San Leandro

Small local archery shop that specializes in introducing people to traditional archery with professionalism & fun!

$65 $39

$25 for $50 Worth of Bicycle Accessories, Rentals, and Tune-Ups at Summit Bicycles

Summit Bicycles

Trek Bicycle Store

Experienced technicians keep rides road-ready with full & express tune-ups & outfit cyclers & bipedal steeds with helmets, locks & lights

$50 $25

Registration for One to The Color Run on Saturday, November 12, at 7:30 a.m.

The Color Run

Six Flags Discovery Kingdom

During an untimed 5K race, runners start off wearing white and cross the finish line doused head to toe in different colors

$40.24 $35

10 Fitness Classes or One Month of Unlimited Fitness Classes at Bay Area Fight Academy (Up to 76% Off)

Bay Area Fight Academy

Bay Area Fight Academy

Fitness classes include strength training, kickboxing, Jiu-jitsu, Kung Fu, Muay Thai, Yoga, and kettlebell workouts

$120 $29

Four-Hour Beginning Rock Climbing Class for One, Two, or Three from Treks and Tracks (Up to 57% Off)

Treks and Tracks

Multiple Locations

Experienced outdoor guides teach climbing and belaying techniques at two picturesque state parks and provide all safety gear

$105 $49

18 Holes of Golf for Two or Four with Cart Rental at Lake Chabot Golf Course (Up to 50% Off)

Lake Chabot Golf Course

Lake Chabot Golf Course

Challenging 18-hole course gives golfers all they can handle—including gorgeous views of San Francisco, Oakland, and the Bay Bridge

$114 $59

Golf Lessons with PGA Instructors at San Jose Municipal Golf Course (Up to 55% Off). Three Options Available.

San Jose Municipal Golf Course


Lessons utilize cutting-edge technology—including Trackman doppler radar used by the pros—to improve all facets of your golf game

$65 $29

Golf Lessons with Swing Analysis


Santa Clara

Instructor evaluates pupils’ swing with video-analysis software before coaching them on form during a recorded session

$125 $39

Entry to the San Jose Super on April 1, 2017, from Reebok Spartan Races

Reebok Spartan Race

Diablo Grande

Reebok-sponsored races pit competitors against natural and manmade obstacles, such as mud, fire, climbing walls, and barbed wire

$149 $79

Virtual Golf for One, Two, or Four, or One or Five Range Cards at Relic Golf (Up to 52% Off)

Relic Golf

Relic Golf

Practice your drive or play a full 18 holes on a high-tech HD virtual golf course

$30 $15

9-Hole Round of Golf for One or Two with Range Balls at Rancho del Pueblo Golf Course (Up to 44% Off)

Rancho del Pueblo Golf Course


9-hole executive course with bunkers, crisp fairways, and ponds lined with cattails

$34 $19

One or Three Month Cardio Kickboxing and Boot-Camp Membership from Dance Co. (Up to 72% Off)

Dance Co.

Upper B Street

High-intensity cardio kickboxing and boot-camp classes offer varied exercises to help work up a sweat, tone muscles, and lose weight

$90 $35

Pre-Sale: Harlem Globetrotters Game (Saturday, January 14 or 21 at 2 p.m. or 7 p.m.)

Harlem Globetrotters

Oracle Arena

The Globetrotters celebrate their 91st anniversary with a signature blend of athletic prowess and side-splitting antics

$68.95 $48

Select Local Merchants

  • Studio Kicks Palo Alto
    Amid the mythical landscapes and thrilling martial-arts battles in the film Mortal Kombat, you might see Richard Branden performing swift punches and mighty kicks as an outland warrior. Richard’s role in Mortal Kombat is just one of his many motion-picture credits, which include a stunt-double role in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and the Yin-Yang Man in WMAC Masters. The internationally renowned warrior has been practicing in martial arts since 1976, earning more than 35 international titles and six gold medals in chinese kung fu. A firm believer in the practice’s ability to enhance discipline and focus, as well as strength and agility, Branden opened Studio Kicks Palo Alto to help students of all ages reap martial arts’ many benefits. Bright red and blue mats sweep across the floor of the expansive studio, where Branden's staff conduct a variety of combat-centric classes. The trainers lead energetic circuit-training routines and kickboxing combinations in adult fitness classes, helping students improve form and technique as they work toward sliming their physiques and toning their muscles. Youngsters and adults alike can enroll in the martial-arts program, where instructors guide students through movements, techniques, and training exercises that aim to boost power, flexibility, and strength. In addition to improving physical fitness, the program’s curriculum seeks to bolster self-confidence, much like an Armani blazer with the padded shoulders and biceps already sown in.
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    Palo Alto, CA US
  • Ranger Taekwondo
    What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? Instructors have training experience in both elite U.S. Army Special Operations and over 20 years of Taekwondo. Taekwondo is deeply rooted in instructing through discipline and structure. Ranger Taekwondo has found the most effective and efficient method of teaching taekwondo to the new generation! What equipment is provided? Is there anything visitors need to bring? Ranger Taekwondo provides all the equipment required for training. Students will train with kicking paddles and kicking shields. Students should bring a towel and water. Uniforms are suggested, but not required during the offer. . You can purchase beginner uniforms from Ranger TKD for $25. What was the inspiration to start or run this business? Ben and Dennis have been teaching Taekwondo for over 20 years. It has been their dream to start their own school and enrich students with the benefit of learning taekwondo. They have found a way to teach in a way that is engaging, fun, and effective to kids in this generation. What do you love most about your job? Teaching Taekwondo is an opportunity for the instructor just as much as the student. Watching a child grow up and helping mold them to become the best version of themselves bring true joy. To be able to have a positive impact in a child's life is one of the most rewarding feelings one can have.
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    Palo Alto, CA US
  • Bay Area Bike Share
    Bay Area Bike Share is a quick, convenient, and affordable way to travel around the Bay Area. With a current stock of 700 bikes at 70 stations, it allows you to easily get from point A to point B. And those are just Bay Area Bike Share's current statistics. The best part? The system will soon be expanding tenfold, growing into one of the largest and densest bike share systems in North America. Under the expansion bike share will increase dramatically in San Francisco and San Jose, rolling out for the first time in the East Bay, including Berkeley, Oakland, and Emeryville. Bay Area Bike Share is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Purchasing a 24-hour pass or an Annual Membership lets you unlock any bike at any Bay Area Bike Share station. You can use bike share to connect from Caltrain to work, ride down the Embarcadero, or go on an adventure with friends. If your trip lasts less than 30 minutes you won't pay anything extra, and for longer jaunts you can pay an overtime fee or just re-dock your bike at any station and take out another one. And because stations have twice as many docking spots as bikes, you should never have trouble finding a space.
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    Palo Alto, CA US
  • Oshman Family JCC
    First conceived nearly 50 years ago, the dream of the Oshman Family JCC officially came to fruition in 2009 as a sprawling, 8.5-acre campus that welcomes people of all backgrounds. The Richard & Rhoda Goldman Sports & Wellness Complex hosts more than 150 group fitness classes per week, complementing these sessions with basketball and volleyball games. A heated outdoor pool supplies six lanes for swimming laps and connects with a sun deck that's ideal for relaxing with a good book or identifying barbell-shaped cloud formations. But the center focuses on enriching people's lives through other means as well. It supports families via kid-friendly camps, activities, and early-childhood education programs. It also hosts cultural events in the Schultz Cultural Arts Hall, spotlighting the works of renowned artists, musicians, and authors.
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    Palo Alto, CA US
  • Treks and Tracks
    Surrounded by craggy peaks, three men in bright red helmets stand in the midst of wilderness, surveying the mountains around them as their group of hikers break for a snack on the rocky ground. This interface with the majesty of nature is all in a day's work for this trio of adventurers: Paul Mangasarian and Jakob and Daniel Laggner. Still, their passion for open-air exploration grows with each expedition they lead. Paul, Jakob, and Daniel cofounded Treks and Tracks with the dream of orchestrating excursions into nature that combine ancient means of travel—such as sailing, horseback riding, and hitchhiking on a centaur—with modern sports ranging from surfing to rock climbing. Though they focus on introducing novice outdoorsfolk to unspoiled wilderness around the world, Treks and Tracks' cofounders also strive to leave the awe-inspiring surroundings they visit as pristine as they found them by rigorously upholding practices of environmental stewardship on each expedition.
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    Palo Alto, CA US
  • Mike's Bikes
    Mike's Bikes isn't an outdoor shop. It doesn't sell snowboards, kayaks, or sleeping bags. It sells bikes, because its staff knows bikes. In fact, every new hire spends three full days working one-on-one with Mike's Bikes' owners. So when customers walk in, they can expect to ride out on a cycle—whether a mountain, road, leisure, or BMX bike—that's been custom-fitted to their body and tuned to perfection by Wheelsmith-Certified mechanics. And that's how it's been for more than half a century. Of course, some things have changed since Mike's Bikes' first outpost opened in 1964. Technology, for instance, has improved a bit. Nowadays Certified Master Body Geometry Fit Specialists are always on hand to use a Video Capture system and a new invention called geometry to ensure that your handlebars are the proper width, your seat is at the best height, your position is optimized to your riding goals, and your pedal rotation is as smooth as possible. The result: Mike's Bikes creates people who love to ride.
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    Palo Alto, CA US