Burn fat, drop inches, and get lean & toned with these one-of-a-kind New York Fitness Kickboxing classes. Learn real-life kickboxing techniques as you punch and kick your way to a slim, sexy you.
Men and women of all ages are having a ton of fun, and are literally shocked by the fast weight-loss results. We'll also help you get on track nutritionally to help you live a healthy, happy life.Learn More
Muay Thai offers elite conditioning for fighters and non-fighters of all ages and experience levels. It’s known as “King of the Ring” in kickboxing circles and the “Art of Eight Limbs,” because of its use of punches, kicks, elbows, and knees. Our New York training develops power, speed and cardiovascular endurance, as well as a fighting spirit. It’s a fun way to get in amazing shape and reduce stress.Learn More
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