MarinMMA is the home of Gracie Jiu jitsu black belt Mikyo Riggs. Mikyo has trained with world class fighters in Jiu Jitsu and MMA. He has competed in Bjj and Kickboxing and learned from top champions in wrestling, boxing, Muay Thai, and MMA. MarinMMA teaches Muay Thai kickboxing and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
While physical fitness requires a lifetime of commitment, Jody Lucas cuts down the scheduling strain by toning bodies in a mere 30 to 60 minutes, three days a week. Through 1 Hour Fitness Petaluma, Jody and trainers teach clients essential exercises in four silos of fitness: core, balance, cardio, and strength. They combine and blend those exercises in 30- to 60-minute classes, conveniently held throughout the week. Members can stop the gym anytime to repeat the regimen, assured of technique coaching and music-swelling pep talks from the trainers who constantly roam the floor.
Every month, the staff at Body Kinetics selects a member to honor. They summarize this member's workout program and results on a Member of the Month announcement, which describes the challenges that he or she has faced and includes notes from trainers. It also serves as a recurring reminder of the gyms' communal, encouraging approach to wellness.
This supportive vibe permeates all aspects of both Body Kinetics' clubs, from the dance-fueled Booty Beat routines in Novato to the outdoor cycling sessions at Mill Valley. In addition to yoga, Pilates, and body-sculpting fitness classes, each gym also hosts small-group and private training workouts. They complement their strength and cardio regimens with other wellness services, such as massage and nutrition consultations.
Welcome to the home of Dumlao's Martial Arts. We appreciate your visit and hope to see you here at our home. Our school is unique from other martial arts schools, in that we conveniently offer a wide variety of martial art & physical fitness programs all in one facility.
Sport Fencing Center has carried on fencing's centuries-old flame by instilling the sport's values within new generations of competitors. Students as young as five lunge and parry on the facility's nine fencing strips, each outfitted with electronic scoring machines. Co-owners Karen Ladenheim and Darwin Martos coach mechanics and strategy during instructional programs taught to students of all experiences and abilities. Novices start off in introductory courses, wherein they'll learn basics such as footwork and blade work while improving speed and mobility, while experts might work on advanced footwork, tournament preparation, and their ability to steal s'more marshmallows in the Competitive Program.
Though kids, adults, and families walk away from Canyon Kajukenbo Martial Arts Institute knowing how to defend themselves, the studio aims to teach more than a basic set of skills. For kids, the three most important principles are self-discipline, self-defense, and self-confidence. The studio has spent years developing their children's program, honing teaching methods designed to help kids discover for themselves the benefits of those principles, rather than feeling compelled to follow them.
Adults, on the other hand, can count on the three F's: fitness, focus, and fun, during classes that focus on kickboxing and MMA techniques. The martial arts classes aim to teach self-defense to folks of every skill level. The kickboxing classes on the other hand are designed to melt fat fast by engaging the entire body to sculpt and tone physiques.
For the family classes instructors focus on bringing kids and parents together with routines that help them bond while getting them away from smartphones or the isolation pods required by our alien overlords now.