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In Photos: Combat Fitness

Today Scott and I went to Combat Fitness to get started on my personal training. They offer classes on evenings and weekends, so we had the place to ourselves. A lot of MMA focused gyms are little shoeboxes, but Combat Fitness is a converted warehouse ready for all the martial arts they train in there: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Judo, Muay Thai Kickboxing, Western Boxing and starting in March the Filipino practice of Pekiti Tirsia Kali. The space is expansive, 3/4 of the floor covered in mats, and it’s obvious from just looking at the space that Combat Fitness is a place people come to work hard, not just flatter themselves for having made it out to the gym. I haven’t worked up the confidence to take a class there yet, but after a few more weeks of personal training with Scott I might be ready to try! We go to social functions with the community of people that train at Combat Fitness, and I always find them to be super nice encouraging folks with a team mentality.Opposing Force Boxing RingCombat Fitness Graph by Scott KirbyWorking the heavy bagFitness Equipment and FlagsIMG_20140214_151947
In our next post we’ll outline my first workout of my adventure into personal training and increasing muscle support of my joint function.

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This entry was posted on February 14, 2014 by in Everyday Exercise, Martial Arts, Strength and tagged , , , , , , , , , .
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