Sports in North San Jose


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  • Tojokan Dojo
    Known in English as "way of the true sword," Shinkendo represents the distillation of founder (or Kaiso) Toshishiro Obata's vast knowledge of Japanese swordsmanship. Trained by Kaiso himself, Sensei Eric Lambert of Tojokan Dojo now shares this intricate training with students throughout Santa Clara County. In addition to Shinkendo, Sensei Lambert and his staff also teach Toyama Ryu, a martial art developed by the Imperial Japanese Army in 1925, and Aikibujitsu, a empty-handed discipline built on throws, joint locks, and control holds to overpower opponents.
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    3233 De La Cruz Boulevard
    Santa Clara, CA US
  • Academy of Self Defense
    Academy of Self Defense gives students the skills and training they need to build a stronger body and learn real-world combat systems. Its krav maga program educates students of all skill levels how to use diverse protection techniques while the mixed-martial-arts program teaches the sport of striking and grappling. Fitness classes that incorporate kickboxing, TRX exercises, and kettlebells offer a non-contact approach to tone the body. Students also may pound away at the facility?s sea of 8-foot-tall heavy bags or get a cardio workout on the numerous rowing machines.
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    3475 Woodward Avenue
    Santa Clara, CA US
  • Condition and Competition Kickboxing
    As CEO and chief instructor of Condition and Competition Kickboxing, Ed Carpio draws from a victory-studded background of competitive fighting. Though he came to the art of Chinese kickboxing (also called sanshou) at 21, later than many greats, he rose through successive bouts to become a national lightweight champion. Ed then turned to training others with his expertise, remaining devoted to his sanshou students throughout his sporadic returns to the ring, a study in judo, and a government summons to deflect an impending asteroid. CCK preaches acceptance and positivity through programs for all ages, from toddlers to adults. Its gym has been highlighted on one of KRON 4's "Best of The Bay" segments for casting a familial air over martial-arts learning. Bordered by camouflage-painted walls, guests can launch strikes at bags, pads, and partners during kickboxing courses, or focus on classical conditioning with weights and fitness machinery.
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    2140 Bering Dr
    San Jose, CA US
  • Off The Wall Soccer
    We are an indoor sports arena providing the newest turf fields for soccer, flag football, and lacrosse.
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    700 Mathew St
    Santa Clara, CA US
  • Airborne Gymnastics
    Does your child have an Olympic medal in mind? Airborne Gymnastics is the place for all aspiring gymnasts, and it has plenty of trophies to back up its ranking as the number one gym in NorCal and the number two gym in the nation. There are two tracks at Airborne Gymnastics: the recreational track and the competitive track. The recreational track is open to all those who want to learn about gymnastics and get some fun exercise, while the competitive track is invitation only. The gym is huge and has lots of obstacle courses for all levels with expert level guidance from the teachers. Adults are welcome, too, with classes in zumba and circuit training. And if you’re looking for an extra-special birthday party for your little one, make sure to look into the comprehensive two-hour birthday special.
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    1515 Walsh Ave
    Santa Clara, CA US
  • 24 Hour Fitness
    Armed with various facilities, group classes, and state-of-the-art equipment, 24 Hour Fitness molds amorphous adobe muscles into rock-solid flesh houses. Each location boasts cardio equipment, free weights, a steam room, and group exercise classes so social gym junkies can motivate each other. Group cycling sessions burn calories and increase energy levels, and Latin dance-influenced Zumba classes present a fun, dynamic way to slim meat suits. Before breaking a sweat, check the online schedules for upcoming times.
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    1610 Crane Ct
    San Jose, CA US

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