Originally founded by a group that includes retired pro boxer Danny Campbell, TITLE Boxing Club offers total-body workouts that blend boxing, kickboxing, and fitness. After donning tape and gloves, students can greet a 100-pound heavy bag with a barrage of kicks, jabs, crosses, hooks, and unkind words. Each of the club's trainers focuses on a different area, such as technicality, core and balance, or moderate- to high-intensity training. Other equipment around the facility includes a boxing ring, speed bags, and double-end bags, as well as free weights and cardiovascular machines.
At Essex Equestrian Center, more than 35 horses and ponies work together with an expert team of instructors to teach riding basics. Students can choose from the disciplines of hunter, jumper, dressage, and western riding for lessons that are conducted in private or group settings. Classes take place year-round as the center features both an outdoor ring and an Olympic-size indoor arena, perfect for when the weather calls for rain or Olympic-size hail.
Guerrero BJJ Academy has been in business for over 10 years. We specialize in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for adults & children from age 4 & up. We also have a popular Muay Thai Kickboxing class that gets you in shape while having fun. We now offer Zumba classes! We concentrate not only in Self-Defense but also in Self-Dicsipline.
At Brancée, trained instructors utilize the fun, energetic Brancee dance-fitness system, which strips the core-isolating movements from multiple dance modalities and combines them into a single abdomen-engaging workout. Using methods drawn from Turkish, Egyptian, Indian, and ballroom dance, the team teaches this fluid form of exercise to both adults and children. It can help youngsters overcome their insecurities and adults find an exercise regimen that both entertains them and increases their fitness, unlike traditional gym drudgery or lifting the remote control over and over.
Rather than simply showing their students how to punch and kick, the dedicated instructors at Sovereign Martial Arts teach them why they’re punching and kicking. They gear each of their MMA and krav maga classes—available for both kids and adults—to building confidence and character while emphasizing self-defense rather than aggression. All the while, students strengthen their bodies, burn fat, and hone their coordination as they soak up strikes and throwing techniques.
Grandmaster Taek Sung Cho has accrued more than 40 years of martial-arts experience and a host of titles on his resumé, including coach for the International Junior Taekwondo Championships and the U.S. Junior Olympic Taekwondo Team. However, he derives the most reward from his role as teacher, a position he has coveted since establishing Master Cho's Talium in 1991. Working with expert instructors, he imparts the value of community and inner balance through the lens of tae kwon do technique.
Master Cho's lessons amplify confidence as well as coordination in young children, teens, and adults. Students can practice with others in their age group or alongside their families, depending on whether their school bus or their house transforms into a giant fighting robot. Kardio Kickboxing workouts toast calories with rapid jabs, and the staff emphasize the social aspect of self-defense training by hosting summer camps and birthday parties.
At Premier Martial Arts, a team of instructors grants students of all ages a wealth of self-defense knowledge drawn from four distinct disciplines: Krav Maga, kickboxing, submission grappling, and kali. The studio’s hourlong classes are separated by discipline, but each features a practical set of self-defense moves taught via an intense, calorie-burning workout.