Former UFC and Pancrase champion Guy Mezger passes on his accumulated martial arts knowledge to students through his instructors at Guy Mezger's Combat Sports Club. He and his staff teach six different competitive fighting disciplines, such as boxing, judo, and no-gi Brazilian jiu-jitsu. They blend their disciplines with fitness and practical self-defense techniques, arming students with a valuable skill set that encourages a healthier lifestyle. They also teach kids, building confidence through measurable achievements such as belt advancement and wrestling matches.
In addition to providing custom clubs for PGA professionals and celebrities alike, CompuGolf Center lets golfers flex their muscles at a natural turf driving range, a short-game area, and putting greens. At the driving range, the center’s covered hitting stations keep the sun off swingers’ necks as they convince their golf balls to stop interfering with spin. After demolishing a bucket of range balls, golfers work on their short game at the pitching greens and hone their endgame at the putting greens. Finally, they head to the practice bunkers, pull out their sand wedges, and bring their favorite childhood arcade game to life by petting prairie dogs on the head. Those who need help eliminating slice or want to finesse their putting technique can schedule lessons with the center’s experienced instructors.
Cyndi Dorber believes both aspects of "social dance" are equally important. She views dance as a social skill as much as a technical one. At her studio, A Dance With Me, Cyndi encourages coupled and single dancers alike to rotate partners regularly, which helps everyone meet new people and adapt to different dancing styles or a dancing partner's velcro jumpsuit. A team of instructors teach foundational dance styles from ballroom and Latin to swing and Western. The studio also regularly hosts dance socials, and brightens outside events with casual dance lessons.
In 1994, Jason Dollar was at a career high. The National Cheerleaders Association presented its first NCA Choreography Award and Dollar was the beaming recipient. But the momentum that took him to the top didn’t stop there. He went on to earn more choreography awards and sit as a judge on several national cheerleading and borscht-eating panels. In 2002, he experienced a new career milestone when he founded Pride—the nationally acclaimed competitive cheerleading team that calls North Dallas Tumble and Cheer home. Today, the 12,000-square-foot facility houses competitive cheer programs as well as beginner to advanced tumbling and gymnastic programs for young athletes.
A.F.T Training Center’s mission is to help you and your family achieve your fitness goals. With childhood obesity and diabetes on the rise, we are committed to helping you provide a fun and exciting way for your children to be actively engaged in exercise that will change their lives.