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Get in shape and get social with Vavi

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Vavi sports clubs are taking over San Diego by bringing locals together for exercise, fun and socializing. For all of us active folk with a limited schedule, multi-tasking is key. So, what better way to make new friends, catch up with old ones, maybe meet a new flame and get a workout than playing organized team sports?

Known as a sports league and social club, Vavi organizes different leagues for everything from bowling and dodgeball to soccer and kickball. It's especially nice for people who are over the bar scene or simply looking for a different outlet for social activities. And, for those who still want to party, many of the teams get together for drinks after each game to keep the fun going all night long.

So, what makes Vavi so awesome? Besides the sweet team shirts, it's a great excuse to get some exercise without stepping foot in the gym. Competition always feels good and the bonding experience that comes with defeating another team and fighting toward a common goal is unmatched. Plus, it puts players in a group of like-minded people.

Forget online dating - join a Vavi team and make a connection over a complete whiff of a kickball instead!

For more information check out the Vavi website



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