Rouge Camps was founded by two York Region teachers in 2013 and is proud to announce the arrival of Rouge Hill Sports Camp to the Richmond Hill / Maple communities. RHSC 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 arts-and-crafts time. Indeed, RHSC'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.
When you need something to do on your day off, visit Sports Specific Training in Richmond Hill and indulge in a day filled with fun and adventure.
From front kicks to roundhouses, these kickboxing classes will teach you the fundamentals.
When you stop by this gym today, try a personal trainer to start the journey to a more fit you.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So if you're looking for a fun time, make plans to visit Sports Specific Training.
The founders of Fitness 4 Success established their business as a family-fitness facility so that they could help provide solutions to the growing instances of obesity among Canadians, especially children. In addition to physical-fitness programs designed for adults and kids and teens, the staff trains athletes in developing agility and endurance for specific sports such as hockey, basketball, and soccer. Because the staff trainers see themselves as ambassadors for all aspects of healthy living, they conduct educational programs for kids in elementary and secondary schools as well as full-day summer camps filled with activities such as Zumba, hiking, and meditation.
Vaughan Sportsplex sprawls its diversified athletic facilities across a 20,000-square-foot plot of land on Woodbridge's Westcreek Drive. Competitive and recreational athletes report to three indoor sports fields to engage in myriad sports from friendly touch football sessions on FIFA-rated X-Treme turf to more unique diversions such as full-field Nerf dart lazer tag. Vaughan Sportsplex also organizes league competition open to nearly all ages and skill levels, including adult competition in co-ed volleyball or men's soccer as well as kids' leagues in floor hockey and competitive sand-castle demolition.
The folks behind Vaughan Sportsplex II discovered a secret weapon against the rain, snow, and heat that assail outdoor sports. It's called the great indoors. The facility packs in a ball-hockey rink, three soccer fields layered in Xtreme artificial turf, basketball court, workout gym, and upper-viewing area with a lounge. These fields host league and tournament play for men, women, and children, as well as provide space for personal-training sessions. The facility may also be rented out privately for weekend warrior matches or birthday parties.
Most of the games organized by Toronto Sport and Social Club are self-officiated. That's because the club is more invested in members having a good time than getting all serious about it (for the same reason, the competition stays friendly and there is no body contact between players).
Single-sex and coed teams face off in hockey, basketball, and soccer, as well as more esoteric pastimes such as curling, squash, and inner-tube water polo. Players self-report their scores, and league winners are honored with a party and prizes. Those who can't commit to a full season can sign up for tournaments and special events, such as learn-to-curl workshops. Toronto Sport and Social Club also runs team-building corporate events including scavenger hunts.