What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We teach "Olympic style" judo, there's no striking or kicking. It will build, strength, conditioning, respect, and self-defense.
There are oppurtunities for students to compete, once their skills develop.
We are a nationally sactioned club, all of our instructors go through background screenings
What's one tip for first-time students that will make them feel like veterans?
Be relaxed and look forward to have fun while learning.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
The three instructors have each been involved with judo for decades. They love the art, the sport, and passing that passion on to others.
What do you love most about your job?
We really love teaching the art of Judo, once learned it doesn't leave a person. Skills may diminish with time, but with practice and time these skills become a part of the student. As that happens the art starts to reflect the persons style of judo (as opposed to the teachers).
Founded in 1972 as a gymnastics club, TWIGS Kids now resides in a sprawling 20,000-square-foot facility staffed by enthused staffers. The gym’s name, which stands for True Winners in God’s Service, reflects its mission of providing gymnastics, swimming, and cheer activities and instruction for kids ages 3–18 in a Christian environment. Cheer and gymnastics lessons simultaneously bolster students’ flexibility, coordination, confidence, and ability to best invisible friends in monkey-bar competitions. Amid the heated waters of Dolphin Cove, teachers and pupils soak their feet while lifting floating barbells and riding noodle floats during swimming lessons. An in-house café welcomes visitors to recharge their empty fuel tanks with refreshing snacks, while a gift shop displays colorful gym attire from designers including GK Elite Sportswear and Melody Leotards.
Martial arts at Dayton's Ground Level Martial Arts is a great workout that will leave you feeling Zen.
Service and taste make a great restaurant, and that's why you won't be disappointed by this studio.
Got kids? No problem at Ground Level Martial Arts! This studio is a fantastic spot for families to hang together.
When your fitness regimen is frustrating you, try re-calibrating with the support of a personal trainer.
The MMA classes at this establishment challenge patrons to go beyond their personal body limitations.
These kickboxing classes bring fitness to a whole new level, leaving you feeling and looking your best.
Transform your body with the robust challenge of a cross fit program.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
There's seldom a silent moment at Dayton Center Courts and Tennis Academy. Ten indoor courts and four outdoor clay courts reverberate with the metronomic sound of baseline rallies and shuffling feet. On these courts, players of all abilities—ranging from "casual" to "serious" to "advanced"—take advantage of instructional clinics and lessons or they can join a league to get more match play. Kids as young as 4 begin their path to aces and winners in the junior program, which uses modern training techniques such as custom balls that make it easier for youngsters to learn proper mechanics. Ball machines facilitate independent practice sessions, and a pro shop equips players with new rackets, shoes, and strings, which make air-guitar sessions look more realistic.
Conventional medicine certainly seems logical: treat the symptoms of a disease when they occur. Unfortunately, sometimes treating symptoms doesn't get at the heart of the issue. Doctor of chiropractic Nicholas Curry believes there is better way. The professional chiropractor has studied sports science and rehabilitation long enough to know the limits of conventional medicine and the benefits of healthcare that actually treats ailments before they occur. At Integrative Health + Sports Performance, Dr. Curry and his staff—led by licensed massage therapist Grace Norwood—holistically heal bodies with services that range from sports massages to chiropractic adjustments.
S&G Brazilian Jiu Jitsu’s instructors use martial arts to help students get into shape while also improving their discipline, motivation, and self-esteem. During Brazilian jiu jitsu and judo classes, students learn self-defense techniques that can successfully take a larger opponent to the ground using joint-locks, chokeholds, and bear hugs. The muay thai kickboxing class teaches fighting techniques that utilize fists, elbows, knees, shins, and feet. The studio also offers a special kids' jiu jitsu program, which tailors lessons to a younger age level and helps kids build social skills and self-confidence.