Coming August we'll be adding some new classes to the schedule and two new training days. We'll be adding Mondays and Wednesdays along with three new classes, Fitness Kickboxing which will be moving from the mornings to the evenings, a Krav Maga specialty class, and a Jeet Kune Do Concepts Phase I class. You can find descriptions of each of the classes below.

Fitness Kickboxing

When: Mondays and Wednesdays at 7 p.m.

The Fitness Kickboxing classes are an hour long high intensity workout similar to the kind of training you would use to prepare yourself for a professional kickboxing or MMA match. We blend intervals of kickboxing with calisthenic training to build both strength and endurance while burning calories.

While we don't focus on strategy and specific techniques like in our Muay Thai class, don't expect this to be like your average Tae Bo or community center kickboxing class - you'll do actual pad work with a partner. Making contact striking the mitts is a much more intense workout than just punching and kicking in air, and you'll see the difference in your results.

Krav Maga

When: Mondays at 6 p.m.

While Krav Maga has always been a part of our mixed self-defense classes, this specialty class will focus on it exclusively. Krav Maga is an efficient non-sport defense art utilized by many special forces divisions around the world recognized for its practicality and focus on real-world situations.

Jeet Kune Do Concepts - Phase I Notes Class

When: Wednesdays at 6 p.m.

This class will focus just the areas in Phase I necessary for advancement. Unlike the normal JKD Concepts classes where we might cover material from a variety of levels this class will only cover the areas in Phase I. While it's not necessary to we highly encourage students to bring their notes to class.

If you're having trouble with certain areas on your current level, or just want the most opportunity to advance quickly through the levels this is a class you won't want to miss.

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