Twins Gym, located in a 1938 built townhouse is a professional Thai-, kick-box and cross training club. More over a lot of people come to our Brazilian jiu-jitsu for learning ground fighting as well as for a relaxing yoga.
Beside national athletes, others come for learning self-defense to get some selfconfidence or just to get in shape. Professionals doing their daily workout, or someone just for the after work training, even a young mother feel very comfortable here. For kids we pay attention extra carefully.
The club success is strongly related to our background knowledge; our highly skilled trainers are not just teachers but competitors too. Our trainings are held in a friendly environment with kind and helpful coaches, thus our catchphrase is “we welcome everyone” is not just a joke. In the community we built the mood that recalls a classic sports club spirit.
"the impossible is nothing"
My name is Höflinger Klaudia and im a III. Dan ITF Taekwon-do Master. I’ve been a gymnast for 9 years and those years defined my life. After that I picked up Taekwon-do and I’ ve been doing that ever since.
Ágota has been involved in combat sports since the age of 10. At the begining she started with Kyokushin Karate, then changed it to Kickbox, Thai-box and K-1. In the recent years she started her professional boxing career.
In Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu the emphasis is on ground fights and final grips, which includes joint stretching and chokes. The principle is the following: the advantage of a bigger and stronger enemy is that their hands are longer which means they can hit harder, but its effect less during a ground fight.
We had bodyweight training or as it recently called calisthenics for years in Twins, that's why we are glad to see bodyweight training is living its renaissance thanks to street workout and convict conditioning. Our gym is equipped in order to fulfill the requirement for street workout. That's how we could achieve that in the same time 15-20 person can train without any problem.
TRX Suspension trailer was developed by US navy corps in 2004. In the recent years it became the basic equipment of functional training, it concurred the world from hobbyist to professional athletes and also is a major technique for rehabilitation from sport injuries. This is the most recommended equipment for improvement of strength by fitness coaches.
This form of exercise is recommended for those who are attracted by the world of martial arts, and would like to master the technical elements, to enjoy positive physiological and mental effects of combat sports but do not want to take sparring exercises immediately or just step by step