This was my first ever kickboxing class and I really enjoyed it! Towards my 4th or 5th class we changed up the routine but honestly I love that they had us repeating a lot of the foundation steps to get use to the next set of combos. Overall, instructors will take you seriously depending on how serious you take it, so do not just stand around and look cute, put the work in!
It is more like a fitness class rather than kickboxing class. The instructor will show you few combinations with your arms and legs, and then you will just repeat it with a boxing bag or other visitor. The instructor won't watch your moves and he won't make any corrections. At least I didn't see him doing so a single time after visiting the place for 3 times. I mean, for the Groupon price it is worth it. You still get amazing work out and get to improve your punches and leg kicks.
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$29 for 4 muay thai or mixed-martial-arts classes (a $60 value) and a pair of gloves (a $45 value; a $105 total value)
$49 for 10 muay thai or mixed-martial-arts classes (a $150 value) and a pair of gloves (a $45 value; a $195 total value)
Teachers and competitive fighters train classes in the “eight-limbed” fighting style of muay thai or mixed-martial-arts classes.
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About NY San Da
David Ross first found his tiny hands inside boxing gloves at the tender young age of eight, but punching was not the only thing he learned with them on. He also learned perseverance and self-discipline, lessons which he passes on to his students of all ages through NY San Da. Drawing on his multiple black belts in Korean, Japanese, Thai, and Chinese fighting styles, he teaches striking and grappling arts from around the world. The most intense class he offers prepares competitors for mixed martial arts tournaments, blending Ross’s – and his other instructors’ – many fighting styles into one devastating cocktail of techniques.