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Old 10-07-2012, 01:09 AM   #1
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Fitness center question

I suspect the answer here is "no", but you know what they say about assuming...

Do any of the on-property fitness centers have an open mat available? Ideally I'd want at least 9'x6' of well-cushioned flooring/mat with a non-slip surface.

Also, if anyone knows of an offsite gym that would let me use a similar space on a drop-in basis, that would be pretty useful.

I'm looking for somewhere to sneak in a little martial arts practice on my next vacation. Technically any open space would do (as long as I don't fall), but my old knees and ankles really appreciate the extra padding.
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Old 10-07-2012, 06:22 PM   #2
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CSR MAY have the space but not the heavy padding. Kidani has neither.
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Old 10-07-2012, 06:49 PM   #3
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I suspect the answer here is "no", but you know what they say about assuming...

Do any of the on-property fitness centers have an open mat available? Ideally I'd want at least 9'x6' of well-cushioned flooring/mat with a non-slip surface.

Also, if anyone knows of an offsite gym that would let me use a similar space on a drop-in basis, that would be pretty useful.

I'm looking for somewhere to sneak in a little martial arts practice on my next vacation. Technically any open space would do (as long as I don't fall), but my old knees and ankles really appreciate the extra padding.
CSR has a bit of mat space I used for stretching and abs but i'm not sure about kicks and whatnot. Good luck!
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