Kickboxing.com represents a conglomeration of schools from all around the world, including locations in America, Japan, Singapore, and the Dominican Republic. They focus on high-quality training from different disciplines of martial arts that range from kenpo karate to capoeira and taekwondo. Each school combines the art of kicking with the basis of Western boxing to create devastating combinations that use every limb.
For Anthony Bert, the certified instructor that heads America's Ultimate Martial Arts Academy, the best part of teaching martial arts is when students make the move from "I can't" to "I can." That goes for everyone, whether it's a 6-year-old trying a kick for the first time or an adult learning new grappling moves. The Brooklyn academy looks to be a a safe and healthy place for people of all ages and backgrounds so they can learn the moves of martial arts while gaining confidence, discipline, and, potentially, a closet full of colorful belts. Students can learn sparring, kata, kickboxing for fitness, and weapon training, or even train for competitive tournaments. There's also an extensive after-school program.
With dozens of locations across the United States, Kickboxing FitClub helps guests tone bodies and improve cardiovascular health through kickboxing lessons for all experience levels. Whether in group classes of 10–20 students or private sessions, students learn stretches, resistance exercises, punches, and kicks appropriate for their skill level. Private appointments with staff nutritionists help individuals develop dietary plans that bolster health in tandem with workouts.
Professional dancer Francis Teri knows how to celebrate. He’s danced at Ziegfeld Theater for the party in honor of Dirty Dancing's 20th anniversary and at the 30th anniversary shindig for the iconic Saturday Night Fever. At Dance Fever Studios, he and a team of experienced dance instructors party down everyday, helping students hone specific footwork skills or nail the basics in beginner and intermediate classes. Attendees learn good timing and partner connection in beginner salsa, or how to pull off the waltz and foxtrot in ballroom dancing. During beginner and intermediate hustle classes, students learn how to do the basic dance step without disturbing the goldfish in their shoes.
Over the course of the last 50 years, Grand Master Bill Mcloud has dedicated himself to exploring and mastering the world's greatest martial arts. His studies helped him develop a comprehensive understanding of self defense, one which combines the awareness of boxing, the strikes of karate, the grappling of jujitsu, and the fluid reactions of aikido into lessons that work for people of all sizes and skill levels. Along with his staff of dedicated black belts, he helps students improve their fitness levels, confidence, and ability to stand up for themselves should the need arise. Bill also understands the importance of well-rounded fitness; experienced instructor Edwin Amaya leads the studio's yoga lessons, guiding students through mindful hatha-based poses that enhance both minds and bodies.
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