Martial arts at Guilford's Evolution Martial Arts is a great workout that will leave you feeling Zen.
Surprise yourself with the level of fitness you'll achieve when you start training in MMA with one of their fabulous instructors.
Craving a good cardio workout? Check out one of these high-intensity kickboxing classes.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
If you're a sports fan, Pinardi's Connecticut Kenpo in Guilford is the place you want to be.
If you're looking for an effective strength-building and cardio workout, MMA is for you.
Keep your heart rate up and your blood pumping with a cardio kickboxing class.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
If you're looking for a way to switch up your tired routine, Guilford's The Nutmeg Twisters Gymnastics is the place for you.
Book your next kickboxing class at this establishment and kick and punch your way to your fitness goals.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
You can hear the pinging sound of a golf ball being mashed by a driver throughout The Sound Approach Golf Academy, an indoor studio where clubbers can groom their games year-round. The studio serves as a year-round practice venue with its golf simulator, which lets you drive, pitch, and putt your way through famous golf courses brought to life on an immense screen.
On any given day, the nonsimulated, three-dimensional PGA pro Jon Wilson can also be found in the studio dispensing advice in private and group lessons. From mid-March through October, Jon also conducts conventional lessons at Kleins’ Golf Range. He’ll even travel to area courses to provide playing lessons, during which golfers can gain insight into course management and how to fix ball marks with an extra-long fingernail.
In the early 20th century, the Gracie family took the tenants of jujitsu, as taught by Japanese immigrant Mitsuyo Maeda, and put their own Brazilian spin on them. Now a century later, Renzo Gracie carries on the family tradition as the American forefather of brazilian jujitsu—and he’s the one who handed a black belt to Andy Papadopoulos, the instructor at Renzo Gracie Shoreline Academy. He honors his mentor, and the other members of the Gracie family under whom he’s trained, by teaching traditional brazilian jujitsu. The method of grappling focuses on taking the opponent to the ground, and then gaining control using wrestling techniques.