A-1 Fitness Center’s owner, Ryan Griffith, has more than 15 years of martial-arts experience, during which he racked up a second-degree black belt in MMA and a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu. At A-1 Fitness, he helms a team that offers a variety of programs to help clients tone their bodies or train for fitness, self-defense, and competition. Their adult MMA program blends kickboxing, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, and weapons training, and kids' martial-arts programs focus on self-defense while also stressing important concepts such as health, respect, and self-control. In additional studios, yoga instructors guide students through centering poses, and Zumba instructors help clients burn calories through dance moves.
Equipment: Zebra Mats and heavy bags, Title conditioning equipment, weights
Students should bring: Bottle of water, small towel, workout clothes
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Be prepared to work out, have fun, and train like a professional athlete.
At Couture Fitness, a team of dance and fitness gurus help their customers with a variety of classes offered in a fun environment, where students of all ages are encouraged to create positive peer pressure among the group to help achieve personal fitness goals. The team—which includes personal trainers, nutritionists, Zumba and yoga instructors, and massage therapists—offers a weekly schedule of classes designed to help build power, speed, and agility, such as kickboxing, Zumba, cardio, Pilates, and yoga. Members also receive access to massages, nutrition sessions, and spray tanning.
Chris Sansonetti, a fourth-degree black belt in Cheezic tang soo do, has gathered a team of 15 black-belt-level instructors to teach karate. Students start learning the craft as young as age 4 with a Little Ninjas karate class, where they focus not only on fitness and martial arts, but also on character-building lessons such as the word of the month. The more advanced students become, the greater variety of classes available to them. Well-practiced students not only have the opportunity to train, but can also attend sparring sessions or learn traditional weapon skills with swords or bo staffs.
Since 1991, more than 140 students have walked out of American Institute of Tae Kwon Do with a black belt. This signifies mastery of traditional tae kwon do, the martial art on which owners Neale and Erika White focus their classes. Through tae kwon do, they aim to instill humility, self-discipline, and confidence in their students as they strengthen their bodies.
Full time martial arts academy. Tae Kwon Do and Reality based Martial Arts. Classes available 6 days a week. Ages 4-65 or older. Master Ziniak has been teaching for many years. He does not give belts away, he expects the students to earn them! Students are motivated to earn their next rank thru encouragement and drive.