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Muay Thai is a combat sport originating in Thailand that uses stand-up striking along with various clinching techniques. It is also known as "the art of eight limbs" because it is characterized by the combined use of fists, elbows knees and shins. Muay Thai has become known as the most effective striking system in the world and is currently moving towards its formal entry into the Olympic Games.
Jiu Jitsu is a martial art and combat sport that teaches a smaller person how to defend himself against a larger adversary by using leverage and proper technique. The Gracie family, the founders of BJJ, modified judo and traditional Japanese jujutsu to create the art. It contains stand-up maneuvers, but it is most famous for its devastating ground-fighting technique. Gaining superior positioning-so one can apply the style's numerous chokes, holds, locks and joint manipulations on an opponent-is the key in BJJ.
Kids Muay THai
The kids Muay Thai class introduces students to the art of Muay Thai in a way that increases focus, discipline, physical and mental strength; as well as both their fine and gross motor skills. Students will progress through our Muay Thai band system as they develop as young martial artists.
Kids jiu jitsu
Kid’s Jiu Jitsu class integrates technique based drilling, general strength & conditioning and practical self-defense. Students will learn many of the same principles and positions taught in our adult classes as they progress through the program.
An American Staple in both fitness and combat sports. The boxing class is a great entry into the world of striking where you’ll develop your boxing IQ while having fun drilling with partners in class. Expect to get your heart rate up on the heavy bag, learn Instagram worthy combinations on the focus mitts and developing your core strength all in a day’s work.
Competition Team Training
Classes are centered primarily on sparring in a competitive setting. Students will go through likely scenarios, learn how to create a game that works for their personal strengths and understand how to mentally prepare for a high pressure environment. Competition Teams are difficult to get on due to the high standards and even harder to stay on. Competing for the team is a privilege, not an inherent right.