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Best Alternative Sport & Fitness Activities In Baltimore

March 21, 2011 8:25 AM

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Terrapin Adventures provides participants with 25 team-building, challenge course elements. (Credit: terrapinadventures.com)

Terrapin Adventures provides participants with 25 team-building, challenge course elements. (Credit: terrapinadventures.com)

You do not need to be a fan of the major U.S. sports to remain active. There are plenty of alternative sport and fitness activities around Baltimore that will improve your cardio and increase your strength.
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Harness your mind while strengthening the body at Susquehanna Yoga and Meditation. (Credit: yogamaryland.com)

Susquehanna Yoga & Meditation

12-A W. Aylesbury Road
Lutherville, Md. 21093
(410) 308-9950
www.yogamaryland.com

Harness your mind while strengthening the body at Susquehanna Yoga and Meditation. Yoga combines fitness with flexibility, strength and balance. The trained yoga instructors help you relax and reduce stress in the healing and deep sense of spirituality. Susquehanna Yoga and Meditation is the only Iyengar Yoga studio in Baltimore, the highest standard in yoga. The first class is free and drop-ins are always welcomed.

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Professional aerialist, Robin Miller can set you up with a private, semi-private or triplet sessions. (Credit: meadowmill.com)

Aerial Dance & Strengthening

Meadow Mill Athletic Club
3600 Clipper Mill Road
Baltimore Md. 21211
(410) 235-7000
www.meadowmill.com

If you are in good shape and your old workout routines have begun to plateau your progress, Aerial Dance and Strengthening classes may be right for you. Professional aerialist, Robin Miller can set you up with a private, semi-private or triplet sessions that will have you tumbling in mid-air. With a Cirque Du Soleil background, Miller has performed in Las Vegas, Lake Tahoe and has graced the world with her aerial skills. Learn to aerial hoop, hang from hammocks and float through fabrics at Meadow Mill.

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Terrapin Adventures provides participants with 25 team-building, challenge course elements. (Credit: terrapinadventures.com)

Terrapin Adventures

8600 Foundry Street
Savage, Md. 20763
(301) 725-1313
www.terrapinadventures.com

Looking for the ultimate outdoor adventure? Terrapin Adventures in Savage, Md. provides participants with 25 team-building, challenge course elements. Hang from the zip line, conquer the climbing tower and hurdle over wooden obstacles for a fitness with thrills. Terrapin Adventure brings fun, vacation-type adventures from around the world to Baltimore’s backyard. If two g-force giant swings are too much for you to handle, Terrapin Adventures also has bike tours, river tubing, kayaking and horseback riding stations.

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the Kickball League of Baltimore is a great recreational activity for young adults in Baltimore. (Credit: kickball-baltimore.com)

Kickball League of Baltimore

For more information and locations, check website or e-mail:
kickball_baltimore@yahoo.com
www.kickball-baltimore.com

With close to 250 teams, the Kickball League of Baltimore is a great recreational activity for young adults in Baltimore. Games are held every Wednesday and Thursday nights during the fall and spring. The community around the harbor has embraced the Kickball League of Baltimore as local businesses battle their rivals with representing teams. All skill levels are welcomed as there are both Varsity and JV co-ed leagues. Check their website for team information and tournaments that are held throughout the season.

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Get both an upper body and cardio workout by joining the Baltimore Rowing Club. (Credit: baltimorerowing.org)

Baltimore Rowing Club

3301 Waterview Avenue
Baltimore, Md. 21202
(410) 355-5649
www.baltimorerowing.org

Get both an upper body and cardio workout by joining the Baltimore Rowing Club. All ages and skill levels are welcomed to join as Baltimore Rowing offers classes for novices and competitive rowers. The novice program teaches basic rowing techniques during a seven week period. Train on an indoor rowing machine before going out on four-person and eight-person boats. Elite rowers can train year-round for competitive sweeps with conditioning workouts.

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