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- $25 for 5 martial-arts classes (a $150 value)
- $45 for 10 martial-arts classes (a $300 value)
- $85 for 20 martial-arts classes (a $600 value)
Sifu Dan Anderson and his staff instruct students in multiple styles of martial arts, including Bruce Lee's street-fighting style of jeet kune do, the Filipino stick and knife-fighting art of kali, and the advanced grappling art of Brazilian jujitsu.
Anderson's Martial Arts Academy
Sifu Dan Anderson is a walking dictionary of fighting techniques; he practices jeet kune do, kali, muay thai, Braziliain jujitsu, silat, Russain sambo, and French savate, to name a few. He showcases his expertise to programs on CBS, NBC, and the History Channel, working as an expert in the martial arts. He was even named NY1's New Yorker of the Week for the self-defense classes he teaches for women. For two decades, he's studied with the grand masters of various forms from around the world, synthesizing and sharing his hard-won knowledge within Anderson's Martial Arts Academy’s 12,000-square-foot facility, which also boasts a boxing ring and small gym area.
Dan, along with his equally seasoned and lauded partner Simo Dasha Libin Anderson, works to equip students of all ages and experience levels with a diverse toolbox of skills that hail from many martial-arts styles. In addition to combat training, Dasha leads her signature kettlebell-kickboxing and conditioning classes, in which she guides students through her trademarked method—which earned her a feature in Self magazine—to tone muscles and cultivate stamina.
A kettlebell feels extra heavy in the hands of fitness expert and martial artist Dasha Libin. After all, she's packed over a decade of work into into that seemingly simple workout tool. That's how long it took for Libin to develop her signature Kettlebell Kickboxing system, a method in which she draws on her background in martial arts and her masters degree in sports science to help people dramatically transform their lives.
Men and women can experience this unique workout through in-person classes in NYC and home fitness DVD programs. In both, an instructor calls them to grab hold of kettlebells—or dumbbells, if they prefer—and then guides them through motions that echo martial arts disciplines such as Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, French kickboxing, and martial arts yoga. The programs also incorporate basic nutrition rules and guidelines to help encourage lasting lifestyle changes. It's an approach that has earned Kettlebell Kickboxing praise from outlets including the Wall Street Journal and Shape Magazine.