We can help you get into the best shape of your life. You will get a great cardiovascular and muscular workout while learning an effective and practical martial art, Muay Thai Kickboxing. We also offers children classes. Your child will get a great workout and learn self-defense while having a great time with their peers.
Phoenix Quest Center for Martial Arts aims to provide "adventure-based leadership development through martial-arts training." The center teaches numerous courses in To-Shin Do, from children's classes to leadership training and adult self-defense. All of the classes work to help pupils make smart decisions for both their minds and bodies.
The experienced staff at Jab Fitness help patrons sculpt shapely physiques, imparting strength and discipline with a curriculum of fight-inspired class styles. Focusing on high-energy, combat-sports training, instructors enhance each session with adrenaline-pumping music, motivational pep talks, and punching bags that bear a striking resemblance to your fifth-grade bully’s henchmen. Jab Fitness also boasts a number of highly structured fitness programs for children, so energetic tykes can tire themselves out while learning the self-defense boxing tactics necessary for uppercutting the monsters beneath their beds. The fitness-centered yoga classes sculpt bodies in a variety of classes that blend traditional moves with high-energy workouts set to music.
At LA Boxing instructors with amateur or professional fighting experience lead classes that not only build strength and endurance, but can also mimic actual boxing bouts. Students don 16-ounce gloves and approach 150-pound punching bags for the signature LA Boxing Workout, burning approximately 800–1,000 calories per hour. Trainers keep class sizes small for optimal results, and offer private training for individualized attention. Members can also take advantage of the gym's free weights and cardio and strength machines or play human slingshot on the ropes of the boxing ring.
Jacqui Bergmann had a lot to contend with—a divorce, depression, and a two-packs-a-day smoking habit. As she drove her son to the gym, she wondered what she should do to turn her life around. As it turns out, the answer was at the gym. Watching her son take a boxing lesson, Jacqui decided she wanted to give it a try. She traded her cigarettes for boxing gloves and felt her negative thoughts fade away to be replaced by a sense of confidence and empowerment.
Today, as owner of Glove Game Boxing, Jacqui gives guests this same feeling of empowerment through 30- and 60-minute boxing classes. Her team of trainers holds group and one-on-one lessons for men and women of all ability levels and goals, whether they just want to get in shape or to compete in amateur or professional circuits. They teach the same exercises used to drill the gym's pro pugilists—students learn about punching combinations, for example, and the importance of throwing at the X on King Hippo's stomach. The trainers emphasize proper form and technique so participants get the most out of each workout while minimizing the chance of injury. They also offer special training packages, including parent-child, postbaby, and wedding-day-countdown boot camps. To keep clients focused on the training and not the paperwork, Jacqui forgoes things such as long-term contracts and membership fees.