武术 - 功夫 - 柔道 - 空手道 - 氣功 - 太極拳 - 跆拳道 - 劍道
Wednesday, December 30, 2009
Wednesday, December 02, 2009
"The Korean Zombie" Chan Sung Jung
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Choregraphed Fight Scene on the Subway
Saturday, November 07, 2009
- Internal Arts 101
- Resurgent Fitness - capoeira and Muay Thai in Brooklyn
- EBMAS NYC new info for Manhattan
- Brooklyn WingTsun new web link
- Empty Cup Goju-ryu Karate
- Dragon Rullan Goju Do Karate removed by request
- New Amerikick location in Brooklyn
- Adel International Karate Center on Long Island new address and website
- DiTan WuShu SanDa Guan in Queens new address
- SUS SELF DEFENSE Mixed Martial Arts
- Masakatsukan Dojo new listing in Queens
School owners keep telling me that new people are sent their way from this website. That's great!
A Glowing Endorsement for Five Points Academy
I received this email and thought I should share it. The author would prefer to remain anonymous.
Just so everyone knows, the listings are not ranked in any way shape or form. All schools are listed alphabetically within their particular borough and style. Just so there's less confusion, I'm gradually switching all the lists to bullet points rather than numbers.
Martial Arts NY,
I just wanted to let you know I appreciate the list you provide of gyms. The category separation by borough and martial art are especially helpful.
I used your list a couple months ago to choose a muay thai/kickboxing gym in Manhattan and naturally chose the first one to try out. I’m not sure what determines the rankings but after my trial class, I was not impressed. (If you want further information on why, I can provide that upon request.) Anyway, I went back to your list to try a different gym and of the 6 remaining, I picked by location and schedule and ended up trying out a class at Five Points, even though I originally wanted to do american kickboxing and not muay thai. Immediately after my trial class at Five Points, I bought a membership.
Aside from my membership, I’m NOT affiliated with the gym but from the standpoint of someone who used your site to find the gym in the first place, I definitely think it should be moved to first on the list. Compared to the other gyms on the list, Five Points offers several muay thai classes everyday (including weekends) by many different instructors. They also offer a variety of other martial arts (kali, judo), fitness classes (kettle bell, yoga, and more), and an actual gym with workout equipment. The difference between my experiences at Five Points compared to ******** was almost shocking-- so as someone who used your website, I definitely think Five Points deserves to be on top of that list (and probably added to the sections on your website for the other martial arts they offer). Since it is not a direct competitor because it is American kickboxing, I think ******** should be moved further down in the list with the other non-Muay Thai gyms.
I don’t want my name or anything attached to any blogs/postings about the school, I just wanted to bring this to your attention to help out the next person who uses your site to find a muay thai/kickboxing gym in Manhattan. No one from Five Points has asked me to write about this and I’d prefer to stay anonymous. I’ve been doing martial arts for many years and have been to many gyms so I know how big of a commitment it is to choose one. I hope this review will help.
Here's a video I found on youtube about Five Points:
Friday, November 06, 2009
Karate Tournament in Queens November 22
KARATE TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS
Adults and Children
Sunday, November 22, 2009
Registration Time 8:00 am Elimination 9:30 am
Tae Kwon Do, Kung Fu, Karate
All Styles Welcome
Kata, Kumite, Self Defense, Weapons
Cash Prize for Black Belt Kata & Fighting Grand Champions
All first place winners receive trophy
CHILDREN'S KATA GRAND CHAMPION WILL WIN NINTENDO DS
Competitors fee $50 for 2 events
Additional events $10
Spectator Fee $10 Children $5
Elmcor Youth and Adult Activities Inc. located at 107-20 Northern Blvd. Queens, NY
PORTION OF PROCEEDS WILL GO TO AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
For more information, please call 646-938-5903 or visit karatetoc.com
Thursday, November 05, 2009
(Almost) All the Updates
- Norman Seto removed by request from JKD list
- Added Ki Aikido Federation of New York in Manhattan
- Updated Five Points Academy info - new address, kali and judo classes
- Born 2 Win Karate in Queens
- Pak Mei White Eyebrow Kung Fu has a new address
- Fighting Dragons changed their name to Long Island Combat Hapkido and Taekwondo
- New York San Da updated address
More updates to come...