GoForItKickboxing.com?s certified trainers draw on two fitness methods to get clients in shape: kickboxing and high-intensity interval training. During classes, they teach students real kickboxing punches, kicks, and combinations that work the entire body while imparting invaluable self-defense knowledge. They combine these techniques with a high-intensity interval-training philosophy, which alternates between periods of intense aerobic activity and short periods of rest. The result is a workout that is fun, energetic, and can burn up to 800 calories in one session.
MAGPRO Inc's instructors offer non live-fire training at the Wyoma Square Training Center in Lynn and at Ames Rifle & Pistol Club in North Easton. Live-fire training is offered at local gun ranges including Ames Rifle & Pistol Club.
Live-fire classes include shooting with semi-automatic pistols and revolvers.
MAGPRO Inc's founder has authored training materials and designed two firearm safety courses approved by the state police, which certify participants to apply for their license-to-carry or firearm identification card. MAGPRO Inc's instructors hold certifications from organizations including the Department of State Police, Utah Bureau of Criminal Identification, Massachusetts Hunter Education Program, and the NRA. The instructors lead both live-fire and non live-fire classes, and they host private sessions upon request.
At In the Wings Academy of Dance, you can keep an eye on your little ones during their classes. In the waiting room, a flat-screen TV broadcasts a live feed of your tiny dancer's every leap, pirouette, and twirl. Mirrors and spring-green walls surround dancers in the studio as they absorb jazz, tap, ballet, and hip-hop skills on a floating maple floor, which was specially designed to prevent injury and growing up.