Combat Sports Center sprawls across 10,000 square feet of space—and it doesn't let an inch go to waste. An elevated, regulation-sized boxing ring hosts rounds of sparring, and a pair of separate workout areas give MMA fighters a chance to practice grappling techniques on premium wresting mats and striking on firmer combo mats. Gym members can work on their form with a variety of bags, including speed bags, a wall-mounted hook and uppercut bag, and six-foot banana bags. Combat Sports Center offers a variety of small group fitness classes including CrossFit, TRX and Combat Conditioning which combines cardio and circuit training and one-on-one Personal Training. Even with all of its training space and equipment, Combat Sports Center's most valuable commodity is knowledge. It's combat conditioning class instructors boast decades of combined experience in various fitness fields. They lead adults through classes in Muay Thai kickboxing, mixed martial arts, and boxing, and they teach younger students the fundamentals of karate and wrestling.
Grandmaster Y.K. Kim’s whirlwind life has taken him from Korea to the United States while wearing many hats including author, public speaker, philosopher, entrepreneur, and founder of Martial Arts World. The latter has grown into a family tree of locations spanning four states. At each location, dedicated instructors guide kids and adults through martial-arts classes that aim to instill a sense of confidence, self-discipline, and respect in each and every student. Classes serve as sweat-inducing workouts and an outlet to learn self-defense techniques.
King Tiger Martial Arts, Inc.?s classes?steeped in taekwondo and hapkido techniques?cater to students of all ages and fitness levels. The main focus of teaching self-defense skills is bolstered with lessons on building confidence, discipline, and double-jointedness. During the summer months, instructors run a camp that combines martial arts with field trips to the zoo and aquarium.