New Year’s Resolutions:
✓ Learn Something New
✓ Get In Shape
Sign up is now open for Kenji’s January Men’s Intro to Boxing Series.
You will learn the basics: the jab, the cross, hooks, uppercuts, shadowboxing, boxing footwork, mittwork and bagwork. You will also be introduced to the same strength & conditioning style of training that professional fighters use in fight camps. If you’ve never stepped foot in a boxing gym, this is a great opportunity to learn beside other beginners. This class does NOT include sparring, meaning you will not be punched.
9:30am – 10:30am Saturday, January 5
9:30am – 10:30am Saturday, January 12
9:30am – 10:30am Saturday, January 19
9:30am – 10:30am Saturday, January 26
7pm Monday, January 28
7pm Wednesday, January 30
Includes: 6 Classes, Leather Gloves, Hand Wraps
E-mail KFITMINOOKA@gmail.com for more info or to sign up.
Makes a great gift! 🎄
Ready to build a better you?
Whether you are just beginning your fitness journey or you are a pro looking for something new to mix up your fitness routine, K-FIT is here to help you rise to the next level.
Which K-FIT class is right for you?
Fitness is not “One Size Fits All.” Fitting a workout into a busy working parent’s schedule can be a struggle. Even if you don’t have kids, long hours at the office can take over your day – pushing fitness to the backburner. Make your health a priority by getting your workout in before the day gets in the way. Our EARLY BIRD group fitness classes at 5am & 6am will start your day off strong.
Retired? Stay at home mom? Work from home? If your best time to hit the gym is a little later in the day, try out our 8:30am SILVER GLOVES group fitness class. While the core of this class is retired, it is open to all adults. The pace is slightly slower than the Early Bird classes, so if you’re new to fitness or haven’t worked out in a long time, this may be the class for you.
If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, ROCK STEADY BOXING fitness classes will encourage and empower you to fight back against the disease. According to the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, more than 10 million people worldwide are living with Parkinson’s disease and more than 60,000 Americans are diagnosed each year. Recent medical studies, including one at the Cleveland Clinic, focus on intense “forced” exercise and indicate that certain types of exercise can exert a neuroprotective influence and may actually slow the progression of the chronic, incurable disease.
If the group class times don’t work for your schedule, or you prefer a one-on-one training experience, PERSONAL TRAINING may be right for you. Coach Kenji offers one-on-one training sessions, applying the same functional fitness training methods he has used successfully for years to prepare professional fighters to your personal fitness.