• Mixed Martial Arts

    For ages 15 years and up, or by approval from the MMA instructor. This class is the ultimate in self-defence. This class takes elements of different martial arts (such as Boxing, Thai Boxing, Wrestling, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, Taekwondo, Hapkido and Krav Maga) to create an all-round self-defence style.

    This class will teach you the MMA techniques used in UFC (Ultimate Fighting Competition.) You'll develop a new respect for UFC fighters as they use their skills in the ring. MMA fighting can be either standing or on the ground, using techniques from a variety of combat sports, including martial arts.

    Please note; to do MMA you must also do either the Boxing or Taekwondo classes.

    There are certain things that you can learn when you get into mixed martial arts. These include:

    Building Self Confidence

    Mixed martial arts training can build your self-confidence. And it’s not just because you will learn how to defend yourself against an aggressor. Training in the martial arts will expose yourself to challenging situations that will prompt you to perform at your best. You will also learn to focus and perform under pressure; things that will go in handy when you step out of the gym.

    Discipline

    Training in the mixed martial arts can also teach you self-discipline. As with any sport, martial arts require discipline. You will learn to discipline yourself, particularly in training, sleeping, and eating right. Mixed martial arts training would also teach you how to control your emotions and impulses. Moreover, training in MMA discourages too much talking or goofing around.

    Self-Defence

    One of the main reasons why people want to learn mixed martial arts is to be able to learn self-defence techniques. We live in very uncertain times when anyone on the street could punk you anytime. But when you undergo mixed martial arts training you will learn how to protect yourself against anyone, even against armed men.

    Giving It Your All

    When you train in mixed martial arts, you will be required to give your all on a consistent basis. You’ll be asked to kick a little higher or punch a little stronger. There’s no such thing as half-hearted effort when you train in karate, kickboxing, or jujitsu. This would teach you to never accept less from yourself, and to give 100% effort in everything you do—even outside the club.

    Respect

    Finally, training in mixed martial arts will teach you the value of respect. You will be taught to respect your co-students and instructors. You’ll be trained to control yourself so you can avoid fights, whenever necessary.

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