Led by head instructor Gary A. Schill, who has 37 years of martial-arts experience, Peak Performance Training Center instills life skills and strength in fitness-hungry students. A cadre of MMA programs spans martial arts from A to Z—from the ground-fighting smarts of Gracie jiujitsu to the elbows- and knees-focused training of muay thai—and the Full Body Fitness program includes personal training, boot camps, sport-specific training, olympic weight lifting, and yoga.
Led by Ryan Hardy, a certified krav maga instructor for 14 years, instructors guide clients through workouts where they slam 6-foot bags with fists and legs for 45 minutes. Alternatively, Combat Cardio classes incorporate more cardio and drills alongside fight techniques.
Martial Arts, Karate, Thai Kickboxing, and Jiu Jitsu for kids and adults. Private and semi private lessons are also offered. Sports cross training for adults and kids. Weapons classes teach the use of everyday objects to use to defend yourself.
Premier offers World Class martial arts training and classes for ages 4-6, 7-12, Teens, and Adults. Children learn exciting and fun martial arts skills while building Self-discipline and Focus. Our MMA Curriculum for teens and adults includes American Kickboxing, Bushidokan Karate, Muay Thai, Krav Maga, and Jiu Jitsu.
A member of the World Seido Karate Organization and the National Women's Martial Arts Federation, Sun Dragon concentrates on bodily and spiritual empowerment. Donning a spiffy new uniform (a $60 value) and an optional pine-tree air-freshener necklace, Groupon customers can work up a sweat during a month of unlimited classes (up to a $105 value). Sessions take place on weekday nights and Saturday afternoons and accommodate all ability levels.
Fitness instructor Jeff Hughes first cinched up his black belt more than 15 years ago when he became an Austin-area kung fu instructor. Since then, he's incorporated a number of new moves into his fighting repertoire to create CrossPit, a multidisciplinary program that blends CrossFit fitness training with the no-holds-barred approach of mixed martial arts. He bases his program on the idea that the only things a fighter really needs to be successful are a solid stance, swift movement, stamina, and a few key strikes. With this guiding principle, he created a simple but effective fitness regimen that works for anyone from new moms looking to lose weight to experienced fighters hoping for victory at the next after-hours cage match on the Senate floor. He staffs his studio with handpicked instructors who enjoy the same rigorous training he does, and together, they lead classes in MMA, sports performance training, and kickboxing for men and women. Their kickboxing classes in particular garner a lot of popularity, attracting as many as 45 students per session.