Martial Arts in Pacific Heights, San Francisco


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  • Bay Jiu-Jitsu
    A student of Brazilian jujitsu since 1998, Stephan Goyne took just 12 years to earn a black belt in the combat-oriented martial-arts style, winning six gold medals in various tournaments along the way. Today, he and Bay Jiu-Jitsu’s three other instructors share their skills with students of all ages and fitness levels. Each class begins with a workout that strengthens the body for jujitsu through wrestling-specific movements. Stephan then guides students through new moves before letting them spar against an opponent in a test of strategy similar to full-contact chess.
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    1628 Post St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Kuk Sool Won of San Francisco
    Signature service: Martial-arts classes for kids and adults Established: 2008 Staff Size: 2?10 people
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    2450 Sutter Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • K-One Fitness
    Chests heave and hearts thump as clients congregate in K-One Fitness's 4,500-square-foot studio for individual workouts or martial arts and cardio fitness classes. A regulation-sized boxing ring, professional equipment, and an elite group of experienced pugilists add a real-world edge to high-octane boxing classes, as well as courses in the fleet-foot kickboxing techniques of muay thai. Fitness boot camps vanquish excess weight through varied sessions of aerobic exercise and expert fitness advice, building lean muscle without the boredom of wrestling a forklift to the ground over and over again.
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    2001 Van Ness Avenue
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Krav Maga San Francisco
    Since its opening in 1999, Krav Maga San Francisco has invited guests to sweat through workouts that help to build their endurance, muscles, and flexibility, in more than 70 classes held in a 12,000-square-foot, two-story facility. The full-body workout is designed to help students of all ages and fitness capabilities to learn self-defense moves while having fun and building confidence. Twenty certified and skilled instructors aim to create a non-judgmental atmosphere, geared toward providing support for members in their journey of self-improvement. Instructors are trained in self-defense, conditioning, TRX, yoga, ground fighting, heavy bags, and CrossFit. The gym's specialty, Krav Maga is taught in multiple levels, instructing on self-defense and fighting techniques including stance, punches, headlocks, and how to make your attacker truly believe their shoelace is untied. An impressive schedule of yoga, cross fit, TRX training, and conditioning rounds out the fitness-focused offerings.
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    1455 Bush St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Eskabo Daan Filipino Martial Arts
    Signature service: Filipino Martial Arts, Dirty Boxing Established: 2009 Reservations/Appointments: Optional Staff Size: 2–10 people Average Duration of Services: 1–2 hours Pro Tip: Learn how to use everyday items as tools for self-defense. Minimal effort, maximum results.
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    1475 Polk St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Polk Street Gym
    The Polk Street Gym is a boxing gym. It telegraphs its pugilistic philosophy to fitness by center-staging a large, full-size boxing ring just inside the sidewalk storefront windows that stretch from matted floor to lofted ceiling. Both aspiring sparers and everyday Joes, who only have thrown punches at dollar stealing vending machines, train like boxers. Members jump rope, run hills, hit bags, and shadowbox. These drills and exercises firm not just boxing skills, but also general cardio and strength capacity. With 29 classes to choose from, men and women, kids and adults find a fighter's heart in circuit training or boxing classes. Dublin-bred, former Golden Gloves champion Simon Redmond leads a roster of trainers who are all current or past Golden Gloves champs, whose knuckles turn food, jaws, parking meters, and all they touch to gold. After immigrating to San Francisco in the mid-90s, Simon trained and fought for several years before opening a gym with a partner. At the start of 2010, Simon broke off on his own to open Polk Street Gym. He strives to whip people into shape through boxing, affirming his mission and his passion by writing that despite broken ribs, a broken nose, burst eardrums, and spilt blood, he has loved every minute of his boxing lifestyle.
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    1436 Polk St.
    San Francisco, CA US

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