Las Vegas Iron House prides itself on being a no-nonsense gym, the kind of place where a bodybuilder could prepare for an upcoming competition. Its mirror-lined interior is furnished with Hammer Strength equipment, cardio machines, and more free weights than Paul Bunyan's basement. For exercisers who want some instruction and direction, the facility employs a team of seasoned trainers to lead FitX interval class training and boot-camp classes, including a bodybuilder, a fitness model, and a FitX interval class training level one trainer and mother of two.
The experienced Sensei Sandoval runs the show at Ageless Shotokan Karate, where he welcomes women, men, and children to learn martial arts. Shotokan karate classes teach kids the fundamentals of the sport and help adults improve fitness, confidence, and self-defense skills. In addition to karate, students can take kickboxing, dedicated self-defense, and even Zumba classes.
Center for Israeli Martial Arts’ instructor, Tomer Steinberg, is a master of several styles of martial arts. A prodigy of Dennis Hanover, the founder of the Hisardut fighting style, Tomer has earned black belts in judo, karate, and jiu-jitsu, which he uses to teach students during classes for kids and adults. His adult classes adopt a hybrid style that blends techniques from forms such as Hisardut, jiu-jitsu, karate, and judo, focusing on developing physical skills and self-defense from armed assailants. Children’s classes also focus on self-defense and physical skill development, adding an emphasis on respect and discipline.