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Our martial arts program for kids is fun and teaches the values of respect, honor, and loyalty, which in turn build strong character. Classes for kids include Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Kickboxing and Taekwondo.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) is a modern self-defense system created by the Gracie family from Brazil and founded on the principal that a smaller person can defeat a larger opponent based on leverage and techniques. BJJ is an adoption of Judo that focuses on grappling and ground fighting where the goal is to submit your opponent with joint locks and chokes.
Kickboxing is a stand-up martial
art that uses both punching and kicking. It is a hybrid of Karate, Muay Thai and western boxing. Our kickboxing classes focus on the fitness and cardiovascular benefits while teaching you proper technique.
Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) combine all of the martial arts: wrestling, boxing, submission grappling, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Karate, and encompasses grappling, striking and take-downs. Modern MMA fighters crosstrain in many martial arts which results in very effective hybrid fighting styles.
The meaning of the word Judo is "gentle way". It is an Olympic sport and a modern martial art that focuses on competition. The objective of Judo is to throw or takedown your opponent to the mat. Once on the ground, an opponent is subdued with a pin or forced to submit with a joint lock or hold.
Taekwondo is an ancient Korean art of self-defense, but it is also a team sport and one of the official sports of the Olympics. Taekwondo helps students develop strength, flexibility, coordination and endurance. Classes include physical exercise, strengthening, drills, sparring techniques and stretching.
Let your child be a black belt ninja for a day. No experience necessary. Birthday parties include board breaking, marital arts games, martial arts cake, and cake cutting with a real Samurai sword.
Submission Wrestling is among the most ancient martial arts. Although sometimes called by different names, such as freestyle wrestling, submission grappling, sport grappling, or simply as No-Gi grappling, its focus is the same: to takedown or throw your opponent using leverage and proper technique and to eventually pin or subdue your opponent.