Exciting Expansion and New Opportunities at The Dome Sports Center

Nikki Hackworthblog

We are thrilled to share some major updates happening at The Dome Sports Center! This summer marks a significant milestone in our journey, as we embark on an exciting expansion project and launch a brand-new program designed to nurture young athletes in our community. Here’s what you can look forward to: Bigger and Better Dome Coming Soon The Dome Sports … Read More

My life beyond football

Jacob Bairdblog

For as long as I can remember, I’ve had a football in my hand. Some kids used to sleep with stuffed animals, I slept with a football, underneath the poster of Barry Sanders with his signature addressed to me – one of my most prized possessions. Safe to say, my life revolved around football as a kid. Part of my … Read More

Indoor Golf and How it can improve your game.

Matt Hagenblog

As winter sets in and the golf courses become frosty landscapes, many golf enthusiasts find themselves longing for the greens. However, the off-season doesn’t mean you have to put your clubs away. In fact, it’s the perfect time to focus on improving your game. Understanding the Importance of Indoor Lessons: The winter chill and poor weather conditions might keep you … Read More

The Dome Sports Center Embraces Subscription Pricing for Your Benefit

Nikki Hackworthblog

In an effort to revolutionize the way our community engages with fitness and recreation; The Dome is proud to announce a major shift in our pricing structure. We’ve traded the old playbook for a dynamic subscription model designed to put our customers in the driver’s seat, offering unparalleled benefits and substantial savings. Our commitment to your well-being extends beyond just … Read More

The Role of Parents in Youth Sports

Nikki Hackworthblog

Youth sports play a vital role in the physical, emotional, and social development of children. Engaging in sports activities helps kids build essential life skills such as teamwork, discipline, perseverance, and self-confidence. While coaches and mentors are essential in shaping a young athlete’s journey, parents also play a pivotal role in their child’s sports experience. Encouragement and Positive Reinforcement The … Read More

Fueling Play: Nutrition Tips for Active Kids

Nikki Hackworthblog

Active kids are a dynamic force of nature. Their boundless energy, curiosity, and enthusiasm for play make them a joy to watch and a challenge to keep up with. To ensure they have the stamina and strength for all their adventures, it’s crucial to provide them with the right nutrition. In this article, we’ll explore some essential nutrition tips for … Read More

An Ageless Game: Why Golf Is a Sport for All Ages

Nikki Hackworthblog

Golf is often referred to as the “ageless game,” a sport that transcends generations and offers something unique to people of all ages. From kids taking their first swings to seasoned veterans with decades of experience, golf has a universal appeal that goes beyond physical prowess. Let’s discuss the reasons why golf is indeed a sport for all ages, highlighting … Read More

Youth Athletics and Injury Prevention

Nikki Hackworthblog

Youth athletics play a crucial role in fostering physical fitness, teamwork, and discipline among young individuals. However, with the increasing focus on performance and competition, the risk of injuries in youth sports has also risen. As parents, coaches, and educators, it is our responsibility to implement effective injury prevention strategies to ensure the safety and well-being of young athletes. Below … Read More

The benefits of sports for your child

Nikki Hackworthblog

Engaging in sports activities can have a transformative impact on children’s lives. Beyond the thrill of competition and the joy of playing, sports offer a myriad of physical, mental, and social benefits that contribute to the development of young individuals. Let us explore why kids benefit immensely from participating in sports. Physical Fitness and Health: Regular participation in sports ensures … Read More

The First, Not the Lasts

Josh BairdLeadership

My son is a senior this year. There’s a constant litany running through my head: last game. Last tackle. Last rebound. Last three-pointer. This is the last year I’ll get to watch him play. We spend a lot of time and energy on the destination: the varsity team, the college team. We focus on where we’re going rather than on … Read More