1. Support a Great Cause!
The World's Largest Disco has raised over 4 Million Dollars for Camp Good Days who provides residential camping for children with cancer and their entire family. Many of the proceeds from the Disco goes right to the camp who offers free services and programs to all participants.
2. Take a Trip Back In Time.
As soon as you enter the doors at the Disco you will feel as if youve been warped back into the 70's. From the memorabilia, disco balls, and VIP couch lounge everything has a 70's feel and its groovy baby.
3. Time to get Funkadelic
They had style back then! From the huge platform shoes, bell bottom pants, big fro's, and crazy patterned suits it's so much fun to flaunt your best 70's style and enjoy seeing everyone else's!
4. Get Down Get Down Get Down Tonight
Even if your not a dancer you won't be able to stop groovin. The energy in the place will keep your body moving as the music moves your soul!
5. A Night to Remember
It's all about enjoying life and they knew that in the 70's! The World's Largest Disco will keep you staying alive with more joy than you can remember where generations come together as one big family!
1. It's a new experience like no other!
Standing up on the water trying to do yoga poses may be a bit more challenging but it's exciting and extremely fun!
2. Water is calming and will help you relax.
Floating on your board is one of the greatest feelings in SUP Yoga. You become weightless and feel all your problems slip away!
3. Improves your technique.
If your not balanced, breathing and relaxed the board will let you know.
4. Cultivate your Prana.
Fresh air, negative ions off the water and deep breathing increase your life force.
5. Get inverted.
Going upside down reverses aging. Trying inverted poses is fun, easy, and if you fall it's just water!
Paddling is fun but conditions can change in an instant and there are many dangers associated with the water. If your a kayaker or paddle boarder you need to hear this. Winds even on the lake can pick up out of nowhere. Its best to check all weather conditions before paddling out. Don't just look at whats happening now but check the hourly forecast, and check it often as conditions can change. If your paddling a recreational kayak winds and waves are not your friend without a skirt on your kayak water can flood your boat and capsize. If your not wearing your lifejacket and it is just in your boat, it can easily get away from you at the worst times. Often the current and the winds will push your boat away from you, faster than you can catch it. Always carry a whistle as well on your pfd. If you own a paddle board you should own a leash. Your leash will keep you attached to your board and you could easily pull your board back to you. Paddle boarders are also required to have a lifejacket and if your in open water you should wear it.
Another danger on the water is a riptide. It can pull you out away from shore. If you find yourself in one, swim parallel to shore until your outside of the riptide current and can swim safely back to shore. If your a beginner look to go out with people who are more experienced than you. Listen to your instincts, and if in doubt don't go out!
Kevin and Christian are two athletes that love to travel. Follow their adventures as they explore the diverse places and activities they encounter around Western New York and beyond.