Help nail down your medical issue and treat it with help from the staff at Hugos Tae Kwan DO in Middle Village.
Your health should be taken seriously. For services like medical checkups, head to this medical facility.
Hugos Tae Kwan DO handles all of your coughs, colds, allergies, and illnesses, so make sure to come here for the best in treatment and care.
Martial arts at Maspeth's Carmine Zocchi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy is a great workout that will leave you feeling Zen.
No matter what you're hungry for, the menu at this studio promises the perfect dish for you.
Book your next kickboxing class at this establishment and kick and punch your way to your fitness goals.
Their MMA instructors will leave you breathless and looking like a whole new you.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
If you're a sports fan, Super Kickers in Queens is the place you want to be.
Back pain sufferers swear by yoga walking, which helps relieve discomfort and boost stamina.
If you're looking for an effective strength-building and cardio workout, MMA is for you.
Kickboxing offers a full-body workout as well as a useful self-defense skill.
Switch up your normal workout routine with a fun and energizing Zumba class.
Forget the aimless hours on the elliptical. Show your body you mean business with their intense circuit training.
With the variation in movements, high-intensity, and fun spirit, aerobics offers you the perfect workout.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So head to Super Kickers for some fun, laughs, and a great experience.
Maspeth Kickboxing crafts results-oriented workouts that push athletes to their limit so they can achieve their fitness goals. Workouts blend cardio vascular, strength, endurance, and flexibility training so clients can lose weight, get toned, and get stronger. In addition, Maspeth Kickboxing offers kids tae kwon do classes aimed at teaching youngsters the basics, while focusing on respect, discipline, and listening skills.
The martial art of taekwondo, a highlight of the Olympics since the year 2000, isn't just about flashy roundhouse kicks. Known by some as "the way of the foot and the hand," it combines combat and self-defense strategies with potent physical and disciplinary exercises that develop the strength necessary to kick through bricks, and the stamina needed to carefully piece them back together again. Fancy footwork is the forte of Blackbelt Taekwondo Center's head instructor, who in addition to his martial arts mastery has also taught dance since 1987. In classes geared for ages 4 and up, he instills students with confidence and energy to climb the belt ladder from white to black as they perfect taekwondo's physical buffet of rapid attacks.
Master Victor Ying—head of NY Self-Defense & Fitness—and his team of instructors truly train students to improve body and mind. In addition to hosting classes that draw techniques and philosophies from various martial arts styles—such as tai chi, brazilian jujitsu, and Tae Kwon Do—the staff also teaches students how to play everything from chess to the piano and the guitar, and instructors can even help with homework. This guidance in physical as well as intellectual pursuits helps visitors become more well-rounded individuals while developing invaluable, lifelong skills. To round out the studio's repertoire, the instructors also lead calorie-incinerating Zumba classes for both kids and adults, ensuring that students stay active and have fun.