Israeli Air Force first sergeant, NYU grad and wrestler, and third-degree judo black belt are just a few of the titles that Alex Chianurashvili has held over the years. Though at Tribe MMA, he's known most commonly as the head instructor. He teaches a diverse blend of mixed martial arts, from kids' judo and wrestling to Brazilian jiukitsu, self-defense, and boxing for adults.
Fueled by a certified staff and positive attitude, Can Do Fitness propels guests toward fitness goals with three high-end workout facilities and more than 25 types of exercise classes. Each location touts a cardio deck where exercisers jog and pedal, and an arsenal of weight machines that build brawn, ending fruitless searches for Paul Bunyan’s personal trainer. By pairing calorie-torching cardio with muscle-toning moves, fitness classes sculpt physiques from head to toe. Body Pump students lift barbells as motivating music fills the classroom, and yoga practitioners wield their own bodyweight during a flowing series of poses and stretches. Packed with resistance training and plyometric jumping drills, boot camps challenge muscles with dumbbells, BOSU balls, and tough long-division problems. Consult the Edgewater, Princeton, and Short Hills schedules for class times.
We teach Aikido, an amazing martial art for the whole family! Non-aggressive and completely effective self-defense training that leads to confidence, health and a successful life. Kids and adults of all ages and abilities can learn to develop their highest potential while having a great time - why wait?!
Under the sage instruction of the Higashi family, Kokushi Budo Institute has produced Olympians and judo national champions throughout its 50-plus years of history. Shintaro Higashi—a two-time national judo champion himself—takes charge of judo instruction, teaching participants the art's signature grappling and throwing techniques. Nobuyoshi Higashi—a retired SUNY professor and the author of many martial-arts books—uses his own research to teach a style of jujitsu he designed, which combines techniques of his own invention with traditional moves venerated through more than 400 years of history.
Since 1976, Manhattan Mini Storage has freed up the closet space of more than 200,000 New Yorkers with units spread throughout the borough. Three months of access to Manhattan Mini Storage's dimensioned 4'x4'x4' compartment gives the space-starved enough room for approximately 10–15 medium-sized boxes, plus clothing, sporting equipment, and small items. All storage spaces come standard with around-the-clock video security, and year-round accessibility. As the gentle tornadoes of summer give way to the leafy color-carnage of fall and ice avalanches of winter, customers will be able to easily get in and out of Manhattan Mini Storage thanks to its off-street parking and complete lack of surly bouncers holding check-boards. For oversize handbag and baseball-card collections, the storage company offers larger units, some sizable enough to fit an apartment's worth of furnishings or a decade’s supply of french toast. A concierge service assists in the logistics of the move for an additional cost, helping to keep the stress of moving low.
Krav maga teaches elaborate choreography and on-the-ground techniques designed for realistic self-defense situations. All the instructors at International Krav Maga New York have been certified by Gabi Noah at the World Krav Maga Center in Israel, where the system was developed for the use of the Israeli Defense Forces. From the first day of class, students take away tactics to defend themselves from assailants. In adaptable hand-to-hand combat exercises, men, women, kids, and individuals of varying abilities learn techniques to slip out of hand grabs, bear hugs, take-downs, and other threats in drills and scenarios that also improve strength and flexibility.
Jon Tariq's passion for body movement and balance began with four years of martial-arts training before being drawn toward different styles of dance. In his early 20s, he had fallen hardest for tango, and began to pursue a career that led to instructing dancers internationally and performing in Lincoln Center and the Waldorf-Astoria. His specialty is the traditional Argentine tango, and he imparts his knowledge and passion to students of all experience levels through a philosophy that likens the dance to an unspoken language between dancers.