New York City Martial arts

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Inwood Boxing, Manhattan
  651 Academy Street - New York, NY              
Regulation Size Ring, professional trainers & coaches, heavy-bags, speed-bags, bikes, treadmills, elipticals, free-weights, lockers, showers.
Masters Program - Training for Golden Gloves, Metro Games, Ringside, Professional, Management and Promotion.
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K2 Boxing, Queens
  34-09 Queens Blvd - Long Island City - Long Island City, NY              
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k2 boxing club is well known for our established boxing program. we have many champions from different competitions such as the metro state and golden gloves. we are always looking for serious fighters to join our family.
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Schulmann's Mixed Martial Arts
  2530 Hylan Boulevard - Hylan Commons Shopping Center - Staten Island, NY              
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Youth programs are designed to instill confidence and aid children in developing to their fullest potential. Schulmann's Mixed Martial Arts seeks to help build a solid foundation in life for as many children as possible, by assisting them in achieving a healthy mind and body through martial arts instruction. This wellbeing will instill in them the self-confidence, focus and determination necessary to become strong and successful in every aspect of life.
The adult program is designed to help one achieve self-confidence through physical conditioning and mastering the art of self-defense. Striving to train as many adults as possible to be physically fit and relieved of everyday stress and adept in practical martial arts skill, which will assist them in becoming more confident and successful in every aspect of their lives.
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Riverdale Kenshikai Karate, Bronx
  3607 Fieldston Road - Riverdale - Riverdale, NY              
Kyoshi Paul Sookdar, a Fifth-Degree Black Belt and co-founder of the Kenshikai Karate Association, has been studying martial arts for over thirty years and teaching for over twenty. He began training at the age of six at Jerome Mackie’s school in New York City, and after two years moved to the Kyokushin school of Kaicho (Grandmaster) Tadashi Nakamura at 14th Street in Manhattan. Here, he first found his love of traditional Japanese style karate based upon the principles of discipline, self-respect, and courtesy.
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Tiger Schulmann’s MMA
  97-27 Queens Boulevard - Rego Park - Queens, NY              
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Youth programs are designed to instill confidence and aid children in developing to their fullest potential. Tiger Schulmann seeks to help build a solid foundation in life for as many children as possible, by assisting them in achieving a healthy mind and body through martial arts instruction. This wellbeing will instill in them the self-confidence, focus and determination necessary to become strong and successful in every aspect of life.
The adult program is designed to help one achieve self-confidence through physical conditioning and mastering the art of self-defense. Striving to train as many adults as possible to be physically fit and relieved of everyday stress and adept in practical martial arts skill, which will assist them in becoming more confident and successful in every aspect of their lives.
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D-Dojo, Manhattan
  151 West 26th Street, 5th Floor - New York, NY
             
D-Dojo is an officially recognized branch of Shotokan Karate-do International Federation, the most reputable and recognized karate organization in the world, which allows members to get internationally certified and to be recognized by thousands of dojos throughout the entire globe. D-Dojo has been established by the former World and National Karate Champion Igor Dyachenko 4th Dan.
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Master Curry
  345 Guyon Avenue - Staten Island - Staten Island, NY              
Master Tom Curry has been in the martial arts for 36 years. A lifetime student of the Arts, Master Curry is forever training and researching to stay on the cutting edge, 100% of the time. "I will never walk onto the floor without giving my students my very best". Master Curry is currently endorsed by local law enforcement, special education instructors, school teachers, psychiatrist, and medical doctors. Master Curry Karate Jujutsu is a great environment for making you and your families life happier, healthier and safe.
Master Curry started training in 1971. His first instructor was Sensei Art Campbell who operated the Jackson Jujutsu Kai in Jackson, New Jersey. Learning both Kodakan Judo and Jujutsu was an excellent introduction into this fascinating world. “Sensei Campbell was a real gentleman, excellent technician and a good role model.”
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Renzo Gracie Academy NYC
  224 W 30th St - Manhattan - New York, NY              
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Welcome to Renzo Gracie Academy NYC, one of the finest places to train in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ). Here, you can take part in the Gracie tradition of BJJ, whether you are looking to continue your ongoing training or are just starting out. For all those interested in the Academy, an intro class times is offered, available on a walk-in basis. Our introductory classes are offered everyday, to fit the busiest of schedules. Intro classes held Monday – Friday and start at 6:00 PM sharp. On Saturday, the intro class starts at 12:00 noon. Don't miss out on this great opportunity!
The Renzo Gracie Academy is a spacious 15, 000 square ft academy covering three floors and is beautifully laid out and conviently located 1 blocks from Penn Station.
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Tiger Schulmann’s Mixed Martial Arts
  8501 New Utrecht Avenue - Brooklyn - Brooklyn, NY              
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The youth programs are designed to instill confidence and aid children in developing to their fullest potential. Helping to build a solid foundation in life for as many children as possible, by assisting them in achieving a healthy mind and body through martial arts instruction. This wellbeing will instill in them the self-confidence, focus and determination necessary to become strong and successful in every aspect of life.
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Muzosa Bujinkan Dojo
  1 W 72nd St - Manhattan - New York, NY              
Whether you're a new student or a Bujinkan veteran, we have easy options for you to get started at Muzosa. Pick a class, have fun, and see what happens. Your first class is always free, and there's never any pressure to join.
Central Park classes are near the B/C trains at 72nd St., or near the 1/2/3 trains at 72nd St. Walk into Central Park from 72nd St. and follow the road down the hill as it enters the main loop. Cross into the park at the traffic light at the main loop. From the street you can see students training. Try to show up on time, since it can sometimes be difficult to find the class if students are moving around a lot during that class.
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Karate Staten Island
  1652 Richmond Avenue - Staten Island - Staten Island, NY              
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Teaching style, knowledge and talent draws from several disciplines of martial arts. By combining different aspects of it, Karate Staten Island has developed an effective Martial Arts System based on fundamentals of Russian Real Hand to Hand Military Combat, RyuKyu Kempo(Okinawan form of Karate), Brazilian JiuJutsu, Sambo and Judo.
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Kyokushin Karate New York, Manhattan
  284 Fifth Ave @ 30th St, 2nd Floor - New York - New York, NY              
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Kyokushin Karate New York City is the only Headquarters- Direct branch of the I.K.O. Kyokushinkaikan outside of Japan. This school was officially authorized by Grand Master Mas Oyama in 1994 and Shihan Katsuhito Gorai was the last Branch Representative to be appointed personally by the legendary founder himself before his untimely death that same year.
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New York City Kendo Club, Manhattan
  Jan Hus Presbyterian Church, 5th Floor Gym - 351 East 74th St (btw 1st Ave & 2nd Ave) - New York, NY              
Welcome to New York City Kendo Club, a place where you can enter the world of Kendo and enjoy and enrich yourself in this art. NYC Kendo Club works hard to offer the very best to vistiors, and accommodate the life styles of the working class, the school schedules of young students, and the commuting needs of distant visitors. Dedicated students have long used this gym to enhance their lives and to better themselves. With an always welcoming aura to guests and visitors, NYC Kendo Club's warmth and openness foster an environment that all can share. Students and teachers alike celebrate the 30 years of New York City Kendo Club’s time and dedication to the Kendo community alongside neighbors in NYC and around the world.
With the internal tranquility of Iaido and the expression of spirit of Kendo, NYC Kendo club provides a great opportunity to understand not only the sword, but one’s self.
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Inspirations In Dance
  585 North Gannon Ave. - Staten Island - Staten Island, NY              
A beautiful and cozy waiting room with a TV, couch and plenty of seating. Larger dance room with a sprung wood floor for dancers protection, wall mounted ballet barres, full mirrors and cubbies for childrens belongings. All facilities are safe and very clean!
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Kokushi Budo Institute, Manhattan
  331 Riverside Drive - New York, NY              
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Kokushi Budo Institute of New York, Inc. - Professor Nobuyoshi Higashi, B.A., M.A.
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Costanzo's Martial Arts
  2955 Veterans Road West 2nd floor - Staten Island - Staten Island, NY              
Dedicated to providing our students with the highest quality facility and experience possible. Various age specific programs are designed to help students maximize their potential and reach their individual goals. Whether it is to increase your own level of fitness or self-defense, or help your child better focus in school, develop self-confidence, or increase their level of fitness Costanzo's Martial Arts can help.
Programs are affordable and all inclusive so you never have to worry about hidden costs and fees such as test fees, class material fees, or association dues. Schedule of classes is accommodating, and most importantly the staff is committed to your success!
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Sensei Ruskin Karate School
  6113 18th Ave - Brooklyn - Brooklyn, NY              
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Sensei Sheldon Elliot Ruskin is training and teaching traditional Shotokan karate for over 30 years. Certified by and a member of the Japan Karate Association in Tokyo and International Shotokan Karate Association. Sensei Sheldon Elliot Ruskin, US National Karate Champion has trained children for National and Regional championships. Sensei Ruskin has also trained in Japan - Karate Association in Tokyo over 6 years.
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Progressive Martial Arts Academy, Queens
  175-25 Horace Harding Expressway - Fresh Meadows - Fresh Meadows, NY              
Located in Queens, New York, was established in 1995. Currently located in a brand new, state of the art 4,500 sq. ft. facility, PMA offers programs for all ages. The youth program is age specific and is targeted towards the developmental stage of each child.
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Original Taekwon-Do
  505 Ovington Avenue - Brooklyn, NY              
Master Vincent A. Affatigato is a 7th degree black belt with 30 years of martial arts experience. He is a Certified International Instructor with the International Taekwon-do Federation, has been teaching as a head instructor for 20 years, and has been an officer of the United States Taekwon-do Federation since 1996.
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Americas Finest Self Defense Academy
  976 Leggett Ave Suite 1B - Bronx, NY              
Your assurance of Quality in Martial Arts, Karate, Kickboxing, Ju-Jutsu and Escrima. Offering all levels of Programs, Beginner Fitness To Advanced Athletes Both Amateur and Professional. Classes For all Levels from Beginner Self Defense to Professional Martial Arts Competition.
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Demarco's Boxing Gym
  101Ellis Street, 2nd Floor - Staten Island, NY
             
Boxing Ring on Premises. One-on-one with Pro Boxer 7 Certified Fitness Trainer. http://www.demarcosgym.com
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Urban Martial Arts
  965 Coney Island Avenue - Brooklyn, NY              
Offering a refreshingly modern approach to martial arts instruction. Urban Martial Arts classes are fast-paced, active, and full of practical moves that you can use to defend yourself in real life situations.
When you join our core program, you will be trained in the fundamentals of karate. But the more advanced you become, the more you will incorporate elements of other martial arts forms into your training, such as grappling, boxing, and kickboxing. By the time you receive your black belt, you will have achieved your full potential and have been transformed into a powerful, complete martial artist.
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Tiger Schulmann’s MMA, Queens
  38-46 Bell Boulevard - Bayside - Bayside, NY              
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Youth programs are designed to instill confidence and aid children in developing to their fullest potential. Tiger Schulmann seeks to help build a solid foundation in life for as many children as possible, by assisting them in achieving a healthy mind and body through martial arts instruction. This wellbeing will instill in them the self-confidence, focus and determination necessary to become strong and successful in every aspect of life.
The adult program is designed to help one achieve self-confidence through physical conditioning and mastering the art of self-defense. Striving to train as many adults as possible to be physically fit and relieved of everyday stress and adept in practical martial arts skill, which will assist them in becoming more confident and successful in every aspect of their lives.
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Benhur Martial Arts, Queens
  248-25 Northern Blvd - Little Neck - Little Neck, NY              
Tae Kwon Do is a native korean form of unarmed combat that orginated in response to primitive man's need to protect himself from marauding contemporaries. it is a martial art that employ kicking, punching, jumping, blocking, dodging and deflecting blowa as fundamental techniques, utilizing the feet and hands as weapons. To some, Tae Kwon Do is known Karate.
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Delgado Karate
  699B Morris Park Ave. - Bronx - Bronx, NY              
Today, Master Delgado’s students are known for their agility, power, and fearless tactics when they compete at in-house and outside tournaments. At Delgado Karate Sports we are not just an ordinary martial arts school, we’re a karate school with attitude- Winning attitude! Our focus is to make a legitimate winner out of everyone whether at the dojo, school, work, or in the community.
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Traditional Karate America
  98-18 103rd Ave - Ozone Park - Queens, NY              
Academies in Queens and Bethpage, NY which serves the following cities: Ozone Park, Katonah, Massepequa, Levittown and Howard Beach. As professionals in the martial arts, we have dedicated our lives to the betterment of our sport - and operate a martial arts school with the goal of educating children and adults to become physically and emotionally strong.
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Sucgang Karate
  480 Forest Ave - Staten Island, NY
             
Sucgang Karate envisions well-enhanced communities by helping people get in shape, be safe and at the same time instill the life skills and character of a true martial artist. Upholding important values like courtesy, patience, respect, self-control and integrity. We will also help our students to achieve self-discipline, high self-esteem, a positive outlook, a spirit of constant improvement, and an attitude that refuses to give up. These values and life skills will lead to remarkable improvements in academics, careers, and relationships, literally making a better community one black belt at a time. The use of force is condoned only in self-defense or in the defense of those who are defenseless. http://sucgangkarate.org
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Eagles Tae kwan Do Academy, Queens
  42-27 162ST - Flushing - Flushing, NY              
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Champions do not become champions when they win the event, but in the hours, weeks, months and years they spend preparing for it. T. Alan rmstrong
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JKA of Brooklyn
  565 5th Ave. - Brooklyn - Brooklyn, NY              
The Japan Karate Association of Brooklyn, founded in 1972, offers training in traditional Shotokan Karate-Do. The school is affiliated with the Japan Karate Association (JKA), a world-wide organization dedicated to encourage and assist students in their growth and understanding of Shotokan, and to promote the development of the art generally. It is also a member of Shotokan Karate-do International (SKDI). SKDI operates out of New York City and serves as the headquarters for many JKA clubs worldwide. Classes are taught by Sensei Shu Takahashi, 7th dan. Sensei Takahashi is a JKA-licensed tournament judge, examiner and instructor. Additionally, he currently teaches karate at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Stony Brook, and has taught at the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) from 1983 to 1997. Sensei Takahashi has studied under Sensei Mori, 8th dan, since 1963.
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Martial Arts USA
  759 Washington Avenue, 2nd Floor - Brooklyn, NY              
In 1963 Professor Bill Mcloud's martial arts training started when he began boxing at the "Police Athletic League" (PAL). He boxed in various PAL's learning the fundamentals of the art of boxing, but one of the places he enjoyed going to box was at St. John's recreation center in Brooklyn.