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Strike at Reston

Included in Membership

Jab, cross, hook and uppercut your way through this martial-arts-inspired cardio kickboxing class.

Strike kickboxing martial arts class participant moving into a front kick at Life Time
Experience Level
All Levels
Class Length
45 - 60 Minutes
What to Bring
Water bottle, towel
Strike kickboxing martial arts class participant in ready stance at Life Time

Fight Club Meets Dance Club

Intense but easy-to-follow choreographed intervals of footwork and punching combos, taught to the beat of the music.

Two strike kickboxing martial arts class participants with body bars in side lunge position at Life Time


Explosive drills, packed punches, and gritty moves teach you to overcome obstacles and fight for yourself.

Smiling strike kickboxing martial arts class participant in ready stance at Life Time


Relieve tension and bust stress all while toning up with this full-body workout.

Strike kickboxing martial arts class participants being led by an instructor at Life Time

From the Instructor

“You might find it awkward at first…it takes a few times to pick up the moves, but something clicks, the brain goes on autopilot and confidence builds with every kick.”

pick your fight

a member’s perspective

“I'm not an angry person, but there's something about Strike that lets me release pent-up feelings. I pick up that weighted bar and bells, head to the front row and throw my first punch. Can't tell you how good it feels.”
"The music is hard-hitting; I can feel the bass as it vibrates through my bones. The instructor is a drill sergeant, constantly challenging me. If I lose focus, she's right in front of my face, hand out, waiting for my punch, giving me a push I didn't know I needed.”
"Things start to heat up as we pick up the bar, throwing head strikes and side blocks. My heart is racing, and I'm literally drenched. There's something about throwing punches with weights that makes me feel invincible."
"By the end of class, we've completed five rounds of the hard stuff. I'm completely beat but walk out of the studio so much more confident than I walked in."

Good to know

where it began

Kickboxing first originated in Japan in the late 1950s, emerging as a fusion of Karate and Boxing, with influences from other combat sports such as Taekwondo.

The Kohler Effect

The idea that no one wants to be the weakest link in a group means you'll push yourself harder when you're working out with folks who are fitter.

Get the worm 

Morning workouts are linked to greater productivity, improved sleep, lower blood pressure as well as an increase in metabolism for most people. We’ll be see you first thing tomorrow.


Our members say

“I’ve tried a lot of things to relieve frustration and stress (nature walks, lavender baths) but nothing comes close to the stress relieving power of this class.”

John L.

Reston, VA

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