Intensity Martial Arts
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A great place to work out! I have known and trained with Jeremy for over 15 years, and I am excited that he has finally decided to open up a school. I have studied martial arts for over 20 years at various schools and styles ranging from Tae Kwon Do (with Jeremy) Capoeria, Muay Thai, Judo, and Wing Chun. Of all my instructors, and I have had some great ones, I can safely attest that Jeremy was the one that allowed me to grow the most. if you are a beginner, or advanced in martial arts I guarantee that if you spend six months training under Jeremy at IMA, you will see tremendous improvement with your technique and fitness goals.Apr 1, 2011
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- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?There are many reasons why a person seeks martial arts training. Fitness, Self Defense, Self Confidence, and meeting new people through a new experience are at the top of that list. As a Beginner, finding the right School for you may seem daunting. I believe that the two most important factors in joining a martial arts school are comfort and convenience. Most Schools offer a free introductory class so use this to your advantage to shop around for the best fit (simply talking to an instructor won't substitute a physical sampling). First, make a list of schools close to you (by close, I mean as far as you're willing to travel for lessons). The style of the martial art is not important unless you have already made your mind up. Find out if they have a free or affordable trial lesson and make those appointments. After trying the lessons and speaking with the instructors, it's decision time. Hard right?, not really. Think of the instructor you had the most chemistry with and the most fulfilling workout (a workout that met the needs you had going in..i.e. self defense, fitness, self confidence, etc..), as well as how comfortable the environment. The place that scores highest on your list is the place to go! One thing to remember, the physical ability of the instructor is important, yes, but what is most important is the instructor's ability to teach students to surpass their physical achievements. I hope this helps! Get out there and find your School!