The husband-and-wife team behind Power and Glory Karate boast a combined 50 years of experience with martial arts. Within their 5,000-square-foot facility, they teach classes to students ages 5 and older. All students work on learning forms and developing discipline, building on those skills while incorporating self-defense and leadership skills, and adults learn the same while also adding a focus on health and fitness.
Title black and red punching bags sway while perspiring athletes and trainees alike lift tractor tires, climb aboard weight machines, and sharpen fighting skills. Seasoned trainers with UFC and MMA experience or boxing championships under their belt teach combat-based classes that include Brazilian jujitsu, boxing, kickboxing, and self-defense. Though they specialize in training members of law enforcement, Fight Fit Boxing & Boot Camp's trainers welcome newbies and veteran gym-goers alike.
Robin Ryan and Christine DeStefano know that in each person’s body is written the story of their lives, from wear and tear caused by a job to past injuries that can limit mobility. Using Reformer machines—exercise-enhancing equipment invented by concept founder Joseph Pilates—they help write a new chapter in the body’s history. Among their many benefits, Reformers help remove unnecessary joint and muscle stress from exercising, allowing people to achieve body-transforming workouts without irritating old injuries. With only five Reformers in the studio, class sizes remain intimate, allowing Robin and Christine to provide personal instruction to teach student. Classes typically last one hour or the amount of time it takes a beer belly to come to terms with its shrinking existence.
Bring a new level of fulfillment and excitement to your life through the art of dance. The classes on offer are challenging without being intimidating, and you’ll have fun while learning new moves and getting in better shape. With a variety of dances to choose from including Latin American-inspired salsa, Dominican Republic’s bachata, classical ballet, contemporary jazz, hip-hop and the wildly popular blend known as Zumba, you’ll have plenty of choices for developing a new skill and improving your quality of life. Need some instruction for a wedding or anniversary dance? Private lessons are available to help you hone your skills before impressing your guests.
The team at ReggaeFit has more in common than the fact that they're all experienced instructors. Each woman has been dancing her entire life. A co-owner of ReggaeFit, Rachel has studied everything from ballet and tap to hip-hop and jazz. Now, she finds herself uniting exercisers under a banner of red, yellow, and green.
The instructors lead ReggaeFit workouts that get bodies moving to the infectious rhythms of reggae and soca music. During every class, they combine light, high-energy aerobics with Caribbean dance moves, motivating women and men alike to shake, shimmy, and groove along with the beats. The facility doesn't forget about younger visitors, either. Kids' classes take groups through a range of slower ska tunes and faster soca rhythms so kids can keep up at school dances when the DJ loses control of the tempo button.