Though he has owned firearms for more than 20 years, Eugene B. Czajka believes that the most reliable source of protection is a good education. At Gene's CPL Training, he maintains small class sizes for his eight-hour conceal-and-carry training sessions to ensure that every student receives personal attention and masters the course's concepts. His pupils review a 223-page course book and marksmanship-training guide during classroom portions before heading to the range to practice shooting skills. Even after his students receive their certificate of completion, Eugene consults with them over the phone and email if they have questions about purchasing a firearm.
Staffed by experienced coaches and computers who’ve sworn allegiance to the three laws of golfing robotics, GolfTEC’s motion sensors and high-speed cameras monitor swings and break down each individual’s form on a high-definition video display to get results. Sensors chirp with approval whenever they detect the perfect stroke or an especially witty golfing joke. GolfTEC’s certified personal coaches will point out flaws and strengths while providing golfers with tips on how to permanently improve their game from tee to green.
CCW Advance’s state- and NRA-certified instructor, Christopher Laird, keeps his courses to 10 students, ensuring they receive personal attention and understand gun operation and safety fundamentals before they apply for a Michigan concealed pistol license. In each of his classes, Christopher focuses on the differences between personal protection at home versus the outdoors and how the gun owner's responsibilities change in different scenarios. He picks convenient spots around Southfield for each part of his classes, such as a local library for classroom training, a local range for live-fire training, and locally prepared soufflés for targets.
At Detroit Academy of Martial Arts, head instructor Joe Graunstadt and his team relay the teachings of Renzo Gracie, the grandson of Brazilian jiujitsu's creator, Carlos Gracie. During training programs, students learn jiujitsu self-defense tactics and related life skills, such as stress management and wood chopping. The academy also schedules mixed martial arts and muay thai kickboxing classes.
The radial-savvy staff at Macomb Bike keeps the Detroit area pedaling by offering bicycles off all types and brands as well as full repair services to heal ailing two-wheelers. With this deal, you get the basic-service tune-up, which grooms the gears of any exhausted road steed and adjusts the front and rear brakes. Macomb Bike checks tire pressure to make sure riders won't experience a flat tire in the middle of biking on the field of a Detroit Lions game, and also lubricates and checks chains. Macomb Bike encourages all road warriors must call ahead to make an appointment. Parts and additional labor are not covered by this deal. The basic service tune-up is free for owners of bicycles purchased from Macomb Bikes.
New Way Martial Arts Academy's experienced instructors promote an ego-free environment for seminars on Brazilian jujitsu, muay thai boxing, and kickboxing at all skill levels. A silent focusing session opens Brazilian jiu-jitsu courses, which demonstrate the joint locks and chokeholds effective for subduing opponents with leverage rather than force. Sessions end with optional practice spars against other students or student-brought piñatas. Bodyfit kickboxing adds lower halves to the equation with shoeless strikes performed atop cushioned mats. During muay thai boxing hitting drills, attendees launch jabs at both punching bags and target shields.