The 10,000 sq. ft. Patriot Boxing and Fitness' specialized arenas host a number of challenging group-fitness workouts. Dynamic, one-hour group interval training classes boost strength and endurance as they rotate through several stations, among them battle ropes, TRX suspension training, kettlebells, and free weights. Boxing, Hot Yoga, Zumba, , Spin, Hip Hop Dance, kickboxing, and mixed martial arts programs teach techniques to guests of all ages and fitness levels as they build core strength, flexibility, speed, and balance. Patrons can take advantage of the full locker room service, seek personalized guidance with private training seminars, and occupy their youngsters during workouts with kids' classes and activities in the onsite playroom.
Attend classes at Randori Jiu Jitsu and you'll be learning from instructors with impressive resumes. Half of the studio?s staff holds a black belt in either Brazilian jiu jitsu or judo, and one member, Leandro Valdes, actually holds both. The team also includes professional MMA fighter Bobby ?The Wolfman? Moffett and Jiu Jitsu World champion medalist and two-time National Judo champion, Leandro Valdes.Together, these seasoned instructors share their knowledge of Brazilian jiu jitsu, mixed martial arts, judo, and kickboxing during classes at their studio, which is accredited by the North American Grappling Association.
Per its name, Family Martial Arts designs its classes to accommodate fighters of all ages?the youngest students, in the "Tiny Tigers" program, are just four years old, and the adult classes impose no age limit. When it comes to fitness, every student benefits from the classes, which tone physiques and impart key self-defense strategies better than telling everyone that The Rock is your dad. For developing kids, however, there are more holistic advantages, too. The non-violent drills build motor skills and coordination, but perhaps more importantly, they build focus, which can lead to improved school performance and decreased hyperactivity.
At Tiger Kwon’s Martial Arts, aspiring fighters have the unique opportunity to learn a martial art directly from its founder. Grandmaster Kwon, a ninth-degree black belt with more than 68 years of experience, combined elements of tae kwon do, hapkido, and kickboxing to create his own system—Kwon Mu Do—which he teaches alongside a team of fellow instructors. Other classes offered at the studio include Zumba dance fitness and Turbo Kick cardio kickboxing.
At Fit on Demand, the personal trainers understand that the path to healthy living requires embracing not only a more active lifestyle, but also good habits when it comes to nutrition and sleep. With a goal-oriented curriculum, they help visitors focus on each of these components by offering services that appeal to people of any fitness level and helping them establish realistic and attainable targets.
Within a 7,000-square-foot facility, they oversee self-guided workouts with an extensive arsenal of equipment—including Precor ellipticals, StairMaster machines, treadmills, and stationary bikes. The instructors also lead engaging group classes that embrace everything from yoga to high-intensity boot camps. Furthermore, Fit on Demand helps its clients bolster their vitality and energy levels by teaching them how to manage everyday stress and begin eating healthier meals.
Believers that stress plays a major role in modern illnesses, the staffers at Harmonic Way Group Fitness & Wellness aim to help clients manage their anxiety levels by offering a rounded menu of services that include group exercise classes and massage therapy. Fun-loving instructors guide students through regimens such as Zumba, cardio kickboxing, and circuit conditioning, and therapists treat patients to bodywork treatments in the form of sports massage, chair massage, or therapeutic table massage.
The studio boasts a colorful theme, from the red tiles interspersed throughout a bright-blue floor to the walls, which range from purple to aquamarine and lime green. Around the studio logo emblazoned on the wall, students and teachers leave their mark with hand-scrawled messages, drawings, and favorite mathematical algorithms.