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What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We believe our school to be unique not only in the type and quality of programs we offer, but also in our ability to cater to various interests and all ages.
Classical Martial Arts is a proud member of the Zen Bei Butoku Kai International. We specialize in Japanese Karate and Kobudo (weaponry).
Is your location strictly for adults, or can kids participate as well?
Ages 4 and up are welcome.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Sensei John Gaddis started Classical Martial Arts with his brother James after spending over 20 years training and teaching in the Detroit area. After falling in love with Pittsburgh years ago, they moved to continue their passion of teaching martial arts and have enjoyed it every day since!
What do you love most about your job?
The greatest part about teaching martial art is seeing the positive impact it has on people of all ages, physical or psychological. Adults get to release tension and stress, children gain increased confidence and discipline, and its an honor seeing people achieve their personal goals here!
At Lakevue Athletic Club, a staff of seasoned competitors breeds a love of fitness through tennis, group exercise classes, and personal training. Atop eight indoor courts and three outdoor courts, a fleet of tennis pros enacts lessons anchored in players' strengths. They specialize in QuickStart tennis, a recently minted method of play that emphasizes building the skills and confidence of child athletes without serving them trophy-shaped pancakes for breakfast. Within the walls of an 11,000-square-foot fitness center, personal trainer Kyle Waters shepherds clients through two downstairs cardio rooms with Star Trac treadmills and several weight rooms loaded with Cybex Eagle and Hammer Strength machines. Inside two studios upstairs, health gurus conduct classes in everything from yoga to step aerobics to kickboxing.