Learning martial arts from the expert


Lynbrook Ultimate Martial Arts and Fitness
44 Broadway, Lynbrook
(516) 812-8456 

When you train at Lynbrook Ultimate Martial Arts and Fitness, rest assured, you’ll be learning from the finest. This modern, state-of-the-art fitness center and dojo provides world class karate instruction, mixed martial arts, kickboxing, Krav Maga, self defense, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, Muay Thai and fitness boot camp. All ages and skill levels are welcomed.

With 23 years of experience, awards and accolades behind him, Sensei Mamdouh Ibrahim opened Lynbrook Ultimate Martial Arts and Fitness in September. Since 2003, he has been teaching students in New York City, and most recently, on Long Island in the Five Town area.

Sensei Ibrahim was born in Alexandria, Egypt, into a family with a long line of martial arts athletes. Starting at age nine, he was guided by his father, a trained Greco-Roman wrestler, who wanted to instill discipline and drive into each of his three sons. Ibrahim began by studying judo with 1984 Olympic Silver Medalist, Mohammed Rashwan and former national coach, Abdulmenem Alwahsh. After winning local tournaments, he competed against top athletes in the region, learning under world class instructors.

In 1999, Sensei Ibrahim came to the United States, and started training with Sensei Kai Leung and Sensei Toyotaro Miazake in New York City. Starting as a white belt, he received his black belt from Sensei Miazake in 2003. Sensei Ibrahim has competed on local, national and international levels, winning multiple competitions.

As premier instructor at Ultimate Martial Arts and Fitness, Sensei Ibrahim brings a wealth of expertise and training to his students. His unique approach builds strength, confidence and inspiration to both children and adults. Time is devoted to every student, offering personal attention whenever needed, from those at beginner level to star athletes.

Lynbrook Ultimate Martial Arts and Fitness is open for classes, private training, and boot camp everyday except Sunday, which is reserved for tournaments.  Groups are divided by age range and skill level.

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