Take it to the Ring
Are you the type of person who loves challenging themselves athletically and loves competition? Are you concerned about self defense and want to get better at striking and grappling? Do you want to get in better shape but you need a little extra motivation? All of these are great reasons to check out our fight program, and even if you don’t have any interest in entering into competitions, you can still train and be part of the team. You’ll grow together, push each other to your limits, and become better athletes. All of these classes include physical conditioning as well as tried-and-true drills used by the best fight trainers around the world.
Muay Thai All-levels
Here you start your journey on the path to mastering the Art of Eight Limbs. This class focuses on the fundamentals of movement, conditioning, and technique for Muay Thai; the ultimate stand-up combat sport. You will learn how to throw and defend punches, kicks, elbows, and knees; as well as how to put them together intelligently.
Learn the basics of Muay Thai: punching, kicking, knees, elbows, and clinch fighting.
This class incorporates the best of Dutch-style and Thai-style training, with a good mix of heavy bag, Thai pad, and partner drills.
Open to beginners; no experience necessary
Boxing gloves and shin pads are required
Muay Thai advanced
Once you’ve learned the fundamentals, it’s time to start working against some opposition to test your skills. This class combines the best Muay Thai training methodology from Holland and from Thailand, with a mix of Thai pad work, partner drills, and heavy bag exercises. This class usually includes a sparring component, but contact is controlled and the focus is on skill development.
Train as part of a team. Grow your skills and get ready for competition with fellow athletes.
Learn how to keep your cool when it hits the fan. Our stress drills and training drills will help you keep calm under pressure.
*Must have completed MT Core Concepts curriculum to atte
Sparring is essential practice for combat sports athletes since it allows students to test their skills against a resisting opponent and learn practical applications. Our philosophy is to encourage technical sparring to keep our athletes healthy and to keep the training accessible to a wider range of students. Ultimately, this give us more reps and better-trained partners than if we sparred really hard all the time.
**instructor permission required to attend