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Often referred to as the Sweet Science and one ofAmerica's oldest pastimes, is also one of the best ways to stay lean and fit. Boxing techniques are primarily the Jab, Cross, Hook and the Uppercut. The Boxing aspect of our classes utilizes all these punches along with conditioning methods used by actual fighters. Your arms will get lean and toned quick!
Kickboxing began as a combination of Boxing tech-niques and the Kicking moves that are used in several martial arts, such as Karate, Kung-Fu and Tae Kwon Do. Kickboxing techniques require timing and help build your balance and coordination, as all four limbs are being used. These moves develop a student's core conditioning and provide a real full body workout.
Muay Thai Kickboxing
The national sport of Thailand, Muay Thai is as exciting to practice as it is to watch. Muay Thai fighters don't just use punches and kicks, but also knees and elbows to strike against pads and heavy bags. This style of training will bring your current level of fitness to an entirely new level. Thai Boxers are amongst the most shredded of all athletes and the techniques are effective for street- self-defense as well!
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Songahm Martial Arts
"Martial Art" is a broad term encompassing the many styles of physical discipline (fighting) arts that have been developed over the centuries. To say that the style of Songahm Taekwondo is just another "martial art" would be an oversimplified explanation of the world's largest centrally administered martial art. This system of teaching and training is unequaled in the martial arts community. During its early years, the ATA used the Chahng-hun style of forms (also used by the International Taekwondo Federation). But although this style was widely accepted in the Taekwondo community, Eternal Grand Master H.U. Lee felt that its forms did not accurately reflect Taekwondo -- particularly the strength and beauty of Taekwondo kicking techniques. As a result, he believed the forms contributed little to the Taekwondo curriculum. For example, white belts were expected to know front kicks and side kicks, but no front kick appeared until the third (yellow belt) form, and there was no side kick until the form after that! From 1983 to 1990, Eternal Grand Master introduced the eighteen Songahm forms. These forms are part of a fully-integrated curriculum, in which everything a student learns reinforces everything else. The forms contain all or nearly all of the techniques that students are expected to know at each rank, the one-step sparring segments complement the forms, and all of these patterns lead logically to the movements required for each succeeding rank.