About Team CCK

Established in 2006 by Chief Instructor, Coach Ed Carpio, CCK takes pride in creating a positive training environment with inclusive programs for your entire family.

Our junior programs prioritize martial arts discipline and athletic development for team players.

Meanwhile, our adult offerings feature multi-calorie burning Strength and Conditioning classes and a variety of Striking classes.

Our team of experienced instructors will guide you in mastering the fundamental techniques of Sanshou (Chinese Kickboxing), Muay Thai (the art of 8 limbs), and K1 Style Kickboxing, ensuring transformative results that will keep you coming back for more!

Whether you’re eager to elevate your fitness level, blow off steam through punching or kicking, register now, or give us a call!

There’s no obligation, and we guarantee your satisfaction.

Achieve Lasting Results

Customized Training

At CCK, we take pride in providing personalized training options to cater to your unique fitness goals.

If you’re new to Kickboxing or Muay Thai, we offer an introductory class to help you acclimate to the techniques and movements. Once you feel comfortable, we implement an interval system that allows you to train at your own pace, ensuring a challenging yet adaptable workout.

Our strength classes are designed with flexibility in mind, and we can make modifications to accommodate any individual needs or limitations. Your safety and progress are our top priorities, and our experienced trainers are always on hand to guide and support you throughout the process.

For those seeking even more personalized attention, we offer private one-on-one sessions and small group training. These options allow our expert trainers to tailor the workouts specifically to your abilities and objectives, maximizing your potential and ensuring you achieve the results you desire.

Nutrition Planning

CCK, believes that balanced nutrition plays a crucial role in maintaining overall well-being.

To achieve this, CCK offers personalized meal recommendations that are tailored to individuals’ specific needs and goals.

To make it even more convenient for our clients, we have established a strategic partnership with a local meal prep company located just a few miles from our facility. This partnership allows us to offer ready-to-eat, nutritious meals that align with our balanced nutrition recommendations. By collaborating with this meal prep company, we ensure that our clients can easily access healthy food options without the hassle of cooking and meal planning.

Our combined efforts between CCK and the local meal prep company aim to empower individuals to take charge of their nutrition in a way that suits their lifestyles and preferences, ultimately leading to improved health and well-being.

Motivation and Support

CCK has partnered with MyZone, an incredible fitness tracking system that accurately records your progress.

MyZone not only helps you monitor your fitness journey “live” but also doubles as an online social platform that rewards your efforts for all physical activities, making exercise a rewarding and enjoyable experience.

With MyZone, you can track your live results in real-time (displayed on a screen during all our workouts) giving you immediate feedback on your workouts. This enables you to stay motivated and see the impact of your hard work. Additionally, we have exciting stages where we award medals based on your levels of achievement, celebrating your milestones and pushing you to reach new heights in your fitness journey.

Ed Carpio

CEO/Chief Instructor

Former National Lightweight San Shou Champion

Unlike many fighters who start training in martial arts at a very young age, Ed wasn’t introduced to the sport until the age of 21. He got his first taste of martial arts training under Cung Le as one of Cung’s first students in Sanshou (Chinese Kickboxing). Cung saw the potential in Ed to become successful on the Lei Tai – a raised platform in which Sanshou matches are held and motivated Ed to train hard and compete.

One of the quotes he’ll always remember from his coach is, “It’s not how long you’ve been training; it’s what you do with your time.” One year later and 30 pounds lighter, Ed won his first title in Phoenix and also went on to capture the Amateur Light Weight Sanshou title in 1996.

After achieving success at Nationals, Ed focused his energy on private and group kickboxing training within corporate company facilities. He loved the natural high that training gave him, but it was even more rewarding when he was able to teach others to feel the same. For several years, Ed helped build the San Jose training facility and USH fight team.

His coaching style opened people’s eyes to the fighting world by training his students like fighters, even if they never intended to step into the ring. With the success of the San Jose gym, Ed and Cung decided it was time to expand.

They opened Cardiozone Inc. in Santa Clara, a sister location to the home base in San Jose, with Ed as Head Coach he went on to breed his own successful fighters and at the same time, train individuals to achieve personal physical fitness goals.

To broaden his knowledge base and strengthen his throwing abilities which San Shou demanded, he joined Judo at San Jose State. In Judo, competitors are allowed to use their hands without having to worry about getting punched and kicked.

Since Ed was already a San Shou fighter, he was use to throwing with gloves on while blocking punches and kicks. Consequently, Judo came naturally to him and he dominated at the CCSF Judo Invitational.

Though Ed enjoyed training in Judo, he missed San Shou and the ability to strike his opponent. After extensive time off from the fighting scene, Ed stepped back into the ring at the Arnold Classic in Columbus, Ohio.

His plan was to train hard, fight, and then finally retire. The challenge was set and the battle was fought, however, by split decision Ed fell shy of a win. This was Ed’s first fight in front of his students and he couldn’t accept retiring with a loss.

Motivated by the goal to win a fight in front of his students, he continued training, and now before all of his students, stepped back into the ring at The Born to Fight III Sanshou Shootout in his hometown, San Jose, CA.

As main event, Ed didn’t disappoint his supporters — he landed a lead right hook that dropped his opponent for a standing 8 count. The fight ended with a unanimous decision in his favor – Ed dominated his fight and accomplished his goal to fight victoriously in front of his students.

If you want to finally achieve your fitness goals, or are interested in competing, training at Condition and Competition Kickboxing will only lead to positive results. Many have already seen great results training under Coach Ed and his amazing team so it’s now time for you to do the same.

Join him and others at Condition and Competition Kickboxing.