Calories, wooden boards, and pairs of left feet are sent into the great beyond by Marlboro Fitness and Martial Arts' lineup of classes. Whether they want to learn the grappling arts of Brazilian jujitsu or just get in better shape, students of all ages can find a style that suits them in the studio's schedule of dance, fitness, and martial-arts classes. Its signature program is capoeira—a Brazilian martial art that seamlessly blends kicks, sweeps, and takedowns with dazzling acrobatics. Capoeira classes for adults of any age or physical condition follow instruction from Contra Mestre Marquinho Coreba. Children's classes teach fundamental capoeira moves, which can improve kids' overall coordination and ability to get on the dance camera during professional sporting events.
Equipment: Sparq speed ladders and hurdles, weighted medicine balls and sleds, and Woodway Force specialized power treadmill
Athletes should bring: Bottle of water and gym/workout clothes, [including] sneakers
Average class length: 60?90 minutes
Number of Staff: 5?10 people
Class location: Indoors only
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: No
Parking: Parking lot
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