Getting punched and kicked for hours every day sounds like a terrible fate, but it’s what Title Boxing Club’s heavy bags were designed for. Students pummel them with jabs, crosses, hooks, and disapproving glances during boxing sessions and mix in roundhouse kicks and back kicks during kickboxing classes. The training not only builds strength and conditioning but also helps participants release aggression without having to throw tomatoes at passing highway traffic. Owned by retired professional boxer Danny Campbell, the sleek red- and black-colored boxing gyms pepper the country, offering independent workouts and personal-training opportunities to complement their classes.
Fitness expert Christina Lucy founded Code Pink Boot Camp and has since expanded her fitness program into numerous locations throughout the western United States. Each of the trainers working for Code Pink claims extensive training and accredited certifications in the industry, and must undergo a strict audition to demonstrate their fitness prowess and knowledge of how many annual budgets each U.S. president could bench-press. With a schedule that includes several sessions throughout the weekday, the classes accommodate clients with varying schedules. During each session, instructors guide participants through high-intensity exercises that aim to incinerate fat, tone torsos, and improve overall well-being. The program caters to women of all ages and fitness levels and stresses safety, fun, and perseverance.
We are a family martial arts and fitness school teaching the traditional Japanese art of Wado Karate. Our programs are geared towards kids, teens, and adults. Owner & Chief Instructor, Javier Lozano Jr. teaches all of his classes to make sure the quality of instruction is 2nd to none.
Colorado Krav Maga is the leader in self-defense trainig for civialians and Colorado Law Enforcement. Primarily an adult training center with self defense and fitness classes, we also have a kids program! With Krav Maga, you'll get into shape, and go home safe!
When Royce Gracie defeated his opponents at three UFC matches, spectators took notice. That’s because they each had at least 50 pounds on the relatively compact competitor. But that was of little consequence since Royce was well versed in the family technique, known as Gracie Jiu Jitsu. This form of martial art emphasizes leverage over brute strength, and it’s the method taught to teens, women, and men at Low Summit Jiu Jitsu. Instructors cultivate sharp instinct in their students, so they can react to danger in an instant. In addition to Gracie Jiu Jitsu, the roster of fitness classes also includes boxing and women’s self-defense.