By Timothy W. Joseph on July 20, 2023
Arvada, CO – When the word “surge” comes to mind, what thoughts and images flood your imagination? Is it the rush of adrenaline during an intense sporting event where athletes push their limits to achieve extraordinary feats? Or perhaps it’s the surge of excitement and anticipation that accompanies embarking on a new adventure or exploring uncharted territories. Maybe “surge” evokes memories of sudden and powerful waves crashing against the shore, leaving an indelible impression of nature’s force.
That’s exactly the kind of intensity and excitement that “Surge Kickboxing” aims to deliver to their members. Their high-intensity 40-minute circuits are designed to help their customers reach their fitness goals in a fun and unique way. With a holistic approach to health and wellness, Surge Kickboxing aims to remove the ego often associated with martial arts and provide a welcoming space for individuals of all fitness levels.
At Surge Kickboxing, they know that kickboxing is more than just a physical workout. It offers benefits for fitness, spirituality and mental well-being, helping people connect with the present moment.
Established in October 2019 by owner Mike Ford, Surge Kickboxing has been making waves in the martial arts and fitness industry since it began. While they provide various martial arts disciplines, kickboxing is simply a more familiar term that resonates with people. Their gym offers kickboxing fitness circuits, Muay Thai, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, Shotokan Karate, youth martial arts, youth karate and even yoga. Surge Kickboxing provides a comprehensive range of services to cater to diverse interests and goals.
Mike Ford holds a third-degree black belt in Shotokan and has been coaching martial arts since 2004. He has a deep passion for sharing the transformative power of martial arts with both youths and adults. As a competitive martial arts athlete, he has traveled the world, made lifelong friends and gained invaluable experiences. His initial dream of pursuing physical therapy took a turn when he discovered the functional workout benefits of kickboxing.
By offering a different outlook on health and fitness, Surge Kickboxing sets itself apart. They foster a strong community spirit, creating an environment where individuals feel like they are part of something bigger than themselves. It’s not just about reaching fitness goals; it’s about building connections, both within oneself and with others.
Surge Kickboxing has open availability for classes. People can drop in for the general circuit without the need for reservations. They can simply show up and join the session. This flexibility makes it easier for individuals to fit their workouts into their busy schedules.
Surge Kickboxing prides itself on cultivating a family-like atmosphere. The owner and trainers genuinely care about the well-being of their members, creating a supportive and encouraging environment that helps individuals stay motivated on their fitness journey.
With Mike’s team of ten dedicated professionals, all certified in kickboxing, Surge Kickboxing ensures that their fellow community members receive the best possible experience. Their efforts have garnered praise from satisfied customers like Tiffany Bartsch, who attests, “I love Surge! The gym is clean and taken care of. More importantly, we’re taken care of! I feel physically, emotionally, and mentally better & better off as a member here.”
Mike recommends finding a workout place where you feel comfortable. Success is more likely when you genuinely enjoy your fitness routine rather than feeling obligated to do it.
Mike shared a unique experience he had training a student who was blind. “I was a little hesitant at first, but it all worked out. I am glad we could support him without jeopardizing his safety. And much to my surprise and joy, he could hit the targets just fine despite his condition.”
With the tagline “Find your power,” Surge Kickboxing invites everyone, regardless of their fitness level, to experience the transformative benefits of kickboxing. Many people have misconceptions about kickboxing, perceiving it as brutal or dangerous. However, Surge Kickboxing emphasizes that it is a workout suitable for anyone. They encourage everyone to come and check out their facility, offering the first session for free. They guarantee that you will leave sweating, sore and smiling—a testament to the effectiveness and enjoyment of their fitness programs.
Located in Arvada, Colorado, Surge Kickboxing serves the surrounding community in more ways than just the fitness services they offer. They actively support various charities and community initiatives including contributions to the Marshall Fire Donations Center and the Alana Faith Chen Foundation. Furthermore, they are involved with local events like the Arvada Chamber of Commerce’s Taste of Arvada.
Mike Ford’s roots in the community run deep, growing up just a little bit north in the town of Louisville, Colorado. He may have temporarily traveled away from the area, but in his heart he never really left. That’s why he returned to start his business in the Arvada area. Naturally, Mike is an avid fan of the Avalanche, Nuggets and Broncos. He loves his community, particularly Old Town, for offering a beautiful setting while hosting vibrant festivals.
To learn more about Surge Kickboxing and sign up for your first free session, visit their website at www.surgekickboxing.com. Unleash your inner strength and discover the incredible physical, mental, and spiritual benefits of kickboxing at Surge Kickboxing today.
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