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$7 for an Intro Adult Kettle Bell Class at 7:30 p.m. at White Birch Kung Fu & Tai Chi

Arlington

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Body sculptors throw Russian kettle bells with students as they forge strength, flexibility, endurance & balance through explosive movement

White Birch Kung Fu, Tai Chi, and Kettlebell Gym

Rob LaPointe first met the martial arts in 1973 when he began taking tae kwon do lessons in a neighbor's backyard. Like a kudzu vine, his love for fighting forms could not be contained by a manicured lawn, and he began serious study of kenpo karate and kung fu. In 1989, he opened White Birch Kung Fu, Tai Chi, and Kettlebell Gym to pass his learning on to the next generation of fighters.

Rob's dedication led him to take the gold medal in Pushing Hands and Advanced Sparring at Wong's Traditional Kung Fu Tournament in 2000—a celebration of his 40th birthday—and his competitive career continues. His kung fu classes teach these practical combat skills in a cycle, sometimes focusing on perfecting certain kicks or the blocking, trapping, and footwork skills needed to engage an opponent up close. Students move slowly and purposefully through tai chi training regimens, focusing on meditative thought and fluid self-defense techniques. Kettlebell and sandbag courses condition bodies for explosive combat motions and hefting deadweight, such as a feral Santa hibernating in your chimney for the summer.

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    Arlington

    2526 Columbia Pike

    Arlington, Virginia 22204

    703-920-9746

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Body sculptors throw Russian kettle bells with students as they forge strength, flexibility, endurance & balance through explosive movement

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Expires Dec 13th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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