Wave goodbye to your old boring workout routine and say hello to one of the most exciting Kickboxing gyms in Bay Ridge. Tiger Schulmann’s Bay Ridge location is ready to whip both your body and mind into shape with one of our high calorie and fat burning workout routines. The best of Bay Ridge gyms, find classes in Karate, Kickboxing, Muay Thai, Jiu Jitsu and more for both children and adults. Teach your child the important of focus, discipline and determination in achieving long term goals in a safe and fun environment with our kids Karate classes. Or build confidence and become a well-rounded fighter with our Mixed Martial Arts routines. The best of Kickboxing gyms in Bay Ridge, Tiger Schulmann’s is ready to build a stronger you.
Congratulations to our New Black Belts – 11/02/2014 – Elmwood Park, NJ Jr Black Belt 15 y/o & under School Last Name First Name Type ABINGTON White Desi 1ST BAY RIDGE Luo Ryan 1ST BAY RIDGE Salguero Joel 1ST BAY RIDGE Rivera Brianna 1ST BAYSIDE Minca Serena 1ST BETHLEHEM Pepitone Joseph 1ST
by Figlo Press On Saturday October 18th, David Akseizer attended Tiger Schulmann’s annual Bully Shield in Paramus, New Jersey for his first-ever book signing. The event’s purpose is to help children understand that bullying is a cyclical process and to discover ways to prevent it. Specifically, students learned how to overcome bullying at its early
Tiger Schulmann’s Mixed Martial Arts in Bayside is now open! The new school is conveniently located at 215-15 Northern Blvd, Bayside, NY. Undefeated Pro MMA Champion Julio Arce is the head instructor. The schedule is available online – Click here for Schedule Check out TSMMA Bayside website for school information and details.
Tiger Schulmann’s launched its first ever Challenge of Champions Facebook Photo Contest, which ran from 09/27/14 to 10/02/14. The official TSMMA Facebook page hosted the contest with a built-in voting system that determined the winners. We asked contestants to enter their favorite picture of themselves competing. The Challenge of Champions contest required participants’ photos to capture