Brothers Lev and George Krasnopolskiy see chess not so much as a game, but as a tool for rousing kids' minds. Since 2006, their academy has tutored more than 2,000 children in the timeless game, benefitting their decision-making skills, concentration, and self-control. In addition to chess rules and strategy, classes incorporate games, music, and physical activities to create well-rounded stimulation. The brothers also curate an online collection of lessons, chess puzzles, and binary hate mail from Deep Blue.
Skilled golfers won't be disappointed with the beautiful course offered at Golf Course Owners in Milwaukee.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Whether you're a first timer or a well-seasoned golfer, Golf Course Owners in Milwaukee is the perfect place to practice your game and have fun while doing it.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
While some gyms focus strictly on sport, and others on self defense we find ourselves in a comfortable medium of the two. Are instructors
are fantastic at catering to every skill level. In addition here at crossover you will never pay for a promotion or belt testing, that is earned on the mat.
What's one tip for first-time students that will make them feel like veterans?
Embrace the awkwardness of training on the ground, everyone has been there. Are most advanced students ask the most questions, never be afraid to be inquisitive. Questions helps Jiu Jitsu evolve.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Coming from mixed martial arts the founders of this academy wanted to embrace solely the principles of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. BJJ allows you to train with great intensity while avoiding the damage and common injuries of fight training. This allows for a family friendly, but competitive environment
What do you love most about your job?
Every day on the mats is a joy, seeing an hearing stories from our child and adult students alike about the positive impact Jiu Jitsu has had in their life is encouragement enough to stay the course. Of course experiencing the reality and effectiveness of a choke hold is gratifying as well.
Back in 2004, Ray Petro did something seemingly impossible: he built a mountain inside a Cleveland warehouse. He and his biking buddies filled an old building with jump lines, teeter-totters, and plenty of wooden track, forming a complex that Bicycling Magazine has called a "rideable version of Chutes and Ladders". The original Ray's MTB helped kick off a wave of popularity for indoor bike parks across the country, a trend that gave Ray a chance to open a second location in Milwaukee.
Mountain and BMX bikers now jump and roll over both parks' multiple-tiered courses for beginner to expert skill levels, which include sport-riding sections and foam pits ready to catch the biggest of air. Ray and his teams encourage people to bring their own gear, though they rent bikes and loan out helmets, elbow pads, and shin guards free of charge. While some jumps and foam pits stay open year-round, much of Ray's MTB is a winter-only attraction. This lets Ray's team redesign their course every year, and it encourages mountain bikers to go outside where they can enjoy nature and all of the new soda flavors that have been discovered.
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Average Duration of Services: 1–2 hours
Pro Tip: www.risingdragonmartialarts.com has info and videos answering many questions prior to first visit
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Parking: Free street parking
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Training DVD's for practice at home
Recommended Age Group: Adults
Q&A with Sigung Steve Jungmann, Owner And Head Instructor
What special training do you or your staff have?
Our teachers maintain high standards, being required to continue their training and as well as receive monthly instruction on how to teach from professionals in the business.
They attend teacher workshops throughout the year.
All our staff is versed in four different martial arts – kung fu, kenpo, tai chi, and kickboxing
– and weapons, of course.
What’s your favorite part of your job?
Seeing the pride students accomplishing new techniques and mastering self-discipline that impacts their whole lives.
Watching them obtain their goals in health, confidence, discpline, protection as welll as seeing them make new friends and develop stronger self-respect.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
Our training is credentialed through the White Lotus Association, which strives to achieve better self-defense through diversity of training. [It also] focus[es] on the internal codes of faith, love, honor and courage which brings the essence of martial arts –"a warrior with compassion, seeking peace and protecting all in need."
The master teacher at Rising Dragon has won numerous international tournaments in forms, weapons, tai chi, as well was the gold medal in 2002 in the USCKF full contact fighting.
He has done numerous seminars for law enforcement agencies including the Milwaukee Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.