Sheiks Family Fitness Center

Learn the ancient art of martial arts at our school.

Sheiks Family Fitness Center is focused on personal growth of each student. With our belief being a powerful foundation, we use physical martial arts training to develop a well-rounded person who is also a leader of today and tomorrow.

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Chief Instructor is Master Sal Sheikh

Sheiks Family Fitness Center are a family business for more than 30 years with a complete gymnastics center ,kickboxing, dance ,taekwondo , cheering and crossfit personal training weight loss come in for a free class or check out our facility


Q About Us

First opening his school in 1987, Grandmaster Farouk Sheikh has well established himself as one of the greatest teacher/coaches in the tri-state area. With many of his students winning state, national, and international competitions.

Q Benefits of Martial Arts

Another benefit of martial arts is the development of mental discipline and focus. The training requires concentration and attention to detail, which can improve cognitive skills such as memory and problem-solving.

Q Things included in Kids Program

In addition to physical training, our kids program also focuses on character development and teaching important values such as respect, discipline, and self-control. We believe that these values are essential for children to succeed not only in martial arts, but also in everyday life.

Q Things included in Teens/Adults Program

Conditioning and Fitness: Many martial arts styles place a strong emphasis on physical fitness and conditioning. This portion of the program may include exercises to improve strength, endurance, flexibility, and overall physical fitness.

Q History of Martial Arts

Another martial art that has a long history in the United States is karate, which was introduced to the country by Gichin Funakoshi, a Japanese master who founded the Shotokan school of karate. Karate became popular in the United States in the 1950s and 1960s, thanks in part to the influence of Bruce Lee, who popularized the martial art through his films and teachings.