MIDDLETOWN – CKO Kickboxing has opened its newest cardio-kickboxing gym at 1700 Route 35.
The cross-training gym provides a family friendly setting to Monmouth County residents who are looking for an alternative to Pilates, yoga, martial arts and spinning classes.
“We’re excited to offer cardio boxing classes in Middletown,” said Anthony Orlando, Franchisee of CKO Kickboxing Middletown. “I have a doctorate in physical therapy, and John Colao, my partner, has a financial background. We’ve known each other since we were kids and both shared a passion for sports and fitness. We combined our professional backgrounds with our passion for fitness and invested in a franchise that we believe is going to change the face of fitness in the Monmouth County area.”
The 3,300 square-foot facility features 48 heavy bags and will be open seven days a week. Personal training and nutrition programs are available.
“We started this franchise in the Monmouth County region because we found that many people were frustrated with the lack of results that other forms of fitness. This routine is a personalized foolproof system that will continuously result in exercise adherence, which in turn provides attainable and measurable goals that produce positive results and a positive self image. All you have to do is show up and we do the rest,” Orlando said.
CKO Kickboxing is effective for men and women, old and young, according to Orlando.
“The beauty of our exercise classes is that anybody can do it. Since it focuses more on the fitness aspect rather than the martial art, it is not intimidating. If you are a fitness newbie or kickboxing aficionado, we will be able to tailor a routine to your comfort level, Orlando said.
Additional information about CKO Kickboxing-Middletown is available by calling 732-671-4CKO, emailing AnthonyOrlando@ckokickboxing.com, or visiting www.ckokickboxing.com/middletown.html.
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