Please check the schedule for times for all classes
Aqua Aerobics tones and sculpts the body without impact on the joints. This popular swimming workout is a blend of cardio and resistance training, and may incorporate buoyant resistance tools such as water weights and noodles. This is a deep-water class that can benefit everyone.
Maumee River Swim
Members swim from Memorial Day through Labor Day, logging in their miles in the pool.
Master Swim Program
This is an intense swim program to enhance any athlete's fitness program at any level.
Private lessons available. Contact Charissa at 419-254-2990.
Running / Triathlon
Some of the popular local and regional races that members train for are:
Glass City Marathon, Dart Frog Dash at the Zoo (May), Race for the Cure (September), Detroit Marathon (October), Chicago Marathon (October), Smoke the Turkey (November), Santa Run (December).
The Toledo Club's Indoor Marathon is mid-January to mid-February. Members are encouraged to log miles on the treadmill, the running track, outside runs or even elliptical and walking workouts!
Sylvania's Triathlon is also a favorite among members. (August)
Body Sculpt is a strength training class that helps tone muscles, improve appearance and fight age-related muscle loss. It's a different workout every time designed to challenge the body.
Spinning is a specific form of indoor, stationary cycling. It's a cardio workout set to music. One can imagine themselves climbing large hills or racing through the streets of downtown.
Yoga is the union of the body, the mind and the spirit. This class builds upper body strength, flexibility and stamina through a series of poses and breathing techniques.
Big Ugly Weight Loss
A unique weight loss challenge which starts mid-January. The goal is to decrease body weight by five percent in nine weeks.
Toledo Club Golf Outing
The annual Toledo Club Golf Outing takes place at Maumee Bay State Park (August). It's a four-player scramble with individual awards for two long drives and two closest to the pin. First, second, third and last place teams are recognized. A cookout follows play, at the pavilion by the golf pro shop. Contact John Seidel for details at 419-254-2962.
Games are on the parking lot. Both singles and doubles competition. Equipment provided.
Pickleball was invented in 1965 on Bainbridge Island, a short ferry ride from Seattle, WA. Three dads – Joel Pritchard, Bill Bell, and Barney McCallum -whose kids were bored with their usual summertime activities are credited for creating game. Pickleball has evolved from original hand made equipment and simple rules into a popular sport throughout the US and Canada. The game is growing internationally as well with many European and Asian countries adding courts.
A pickleball court is the same size as a doubles badminton court and measures 20×44 feet. In pickleball, the same court is used for both singles and doubles play. The net height is 36 inches at the sidelines and 34 inches in the middle. The court is striped similar to a tennis court with right and left service courts and a 7-foot non-volley zone in front of the net (referred to as the “kitchen”). Courts can be constructed specifically for pickleball or they can be converted using existing tennis or badminton courts. When playing pickleball, each player will need a pickleball paddle, which is smaller than a tennis racquet but larger than a ping-pong paddle. The ball itself is unique, with holes through it like a wiffleball and there are different ball models intended for indoor and outdoor play. The ball travels at 1/3 the speed of a tennis ball.
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Free Beginners Squash Clinic
A gratis beginner's clinic is scheduled in early October. No prior squash experience or knowledge is required, just willingness to learn and have fun with it. We cover all of the basics including rules, ground strokes, terminology and our league format. A casual round robin follows the clinic so everyone can get a feel for this great game. A second session is offered for a nominal charge. Contact John Seidel at 419-254-2962 to give it a try.
Games are from September to April and for all levels, from complete novice to advanced.
Players have about 110 days to complete 11 games, so do not let your fear of commitment scare you.
It starts with a fun "NFL" style Draft night/dinner and ends with the awards dinner.
This double elimination event features the top 32 players in Northwest Ohio. The Memorial honors past players such as Al Bennett, Mitch Marciniak, Elmer Gettys, and Dick Schwartzbaugh etc., as our current players all vie to get their name on the Paul L. Effler trophy.
The Charity Open held in November raises money for a local charity.
Wild Turkey Shootout
The day before Thanksgiving challenge: at 5:45 AM the ball is in the "Air"
Buckeye/Wolverine Squash Classic
The event is held the Friday after Thanksgiving with each participant playing two best of three game matches against the other team. One "Others" third-party team reprensents other schools.
Women and Wine Round Robin
Plays starts around 4:30 PM and continues until everyone is 1) too thirsty to continue 2) too tired to continue.
Fun for all levels of players!
Over vs. Under Squash
Our annual holiday season highlight - the Over vs Under Squash Event is mostly fun, sometimes intense, but always enjoyable competition set mid December.Each player is matched up with a like opponent (some handicapping with points may be necessary) for a best three game match.
Northwest Ohio Squash Championship
NW Ohio/Toledo City Squash Championships are typically held in late January. All levels of players can compete in several different divisions A through Novice!
The Toledo Squash Classic
The Toledo Club's signature squash event and has been named the top social tournament in the U.S.., according to the US Squashers website!. This is one of the best, largest and most enjoyable of all the squash tournaments in the Midwest. All levels of players are welcome. Sign up ealry!