The instructors at Tanny Academy of Martial Arts work with students of all ages and experience levels, from the 7- to 12-year-olds who enroll in kids' tae kwon do to the adults who show up for high-octane kickboxing workouts. Other students learn the art of combat in Muay Thai, whose hand-strikes derive from mixed martial arts and the hand-puppet remake of Bloodsport. The studio also offers women's self-defense classes, where ladies can learn evasive and defensive techniques as well as tips for awareness and safety.
Former competitive swimmer and Israel Defense Forces commander Einav Segev is passionate about the idea that fitness can change lives. At his fitness center, Epower, he helps clients lose weight, build muscle, and train for competitive events such as triathlons. Offering personal training, mind and body programs, group fitness classes, and comprehensive body assessments, Einav puts his clients on the road to better health by helping them create and achieve measurable fitness goals.
Surrounded by graffiti-strewn brick, exercisers at Endorphin box, cycle, and push themselves to the limit in a motivating space. Coaches guide groups through rigorous, endorphin-boosting classes, which include CrossFit and high-intensity interval training (HIIT). Those looking to get fit know they can count on Endorphin for challenging workouts and a more acceptable spot to showcase their new sweatbands instead of in the office, and group settings mean exercisers feel supported in their goal-setting sojourns.
Family Martial Arts Center’s instructors meld ancient techniques with modern fitness to boost students’ physical health and personal success. Under the tutelage of an experienced kickboxer, feet fly to the beat of radio hits in each 45-minute cardio kickboxing class, preparing athletes to excel in high-stakes hopscotch throwdowns. Students train in both self-defense and dance, focusing on toning muscle groups and increasing flexibility as they throw jabs and kicks at punching bags and rev up heart rates with energetic moves in the spacious studio.
With the help of Cheyenne Fencing and Modern Pentathlon Center, students can become world-class athletes. As a three-time Olympian, its coaches are uniquely positioned to train up-and-coming fencers and pentathletes. Whether pupils hope to compete in fencing alone or study the pentathlon's five elements?fencing, shooting, running, horseback riding, and swimming?the center's offerings provide an excellent introduction. In fencing classes and camps, beginners pick up basic skills, such as coordination and footwork. As they progress, they learn the details of blade work and strategy, preparing them to face down competitors and maleficent trees. Pentathlon students add to those skills with lessons in the other four sports, improving their strength and stamina in preparation for competition.
Colorado Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Academy's Helio Gracie, one of the original adapters of the now-venerated martial art, teaches alongside Rigan Machado. Gracie designed his system around the principle of leverage, allowing smaller fighters to overcome larger opponents regardless of the difference in strength or size. At the school, the team of instructors teach authentic Brazilian jujitsu moves to adults and kids, honoring Helio's legacy.