Frequently Asked Questions: Q: Do I have to be an MMA fighter to train? A: Absolutely not. We have various classes to accommodate all levels. There’s always a coach and/or assistant coach who's more than happy to assist.
Q: Is training in Jiu-Jitsu and MMA a good idea for women? A: Jiu-Jitsu and MMA are some of the best training methods for women! They're fun, they get you in amazing shape, improve your balance and coordination, and they teach you to handle yourself in a bad situation (God forbid).
Q: Should I enroll my kids in Jiu-Jitsu and MMA? Will it make them too aggressive? A: Martial Arts, Jiu-Jitsu, and MMA are the best things you can do for your children. With social media apps and society's issues such as single parent households and bullying, a lot of children are having difficulties coping with day to day challenges. If your kids have a naturally intense personality, this is a great outlet for them to expend their energy in a safe, structured, and constructive manner. When they get home, they can arrive in a serene and content manner. If your children are at risk of bullying from other kids, we will teach them how to deal with a negative situation. Fighting is always the last resort, martial artist are some of the most peaceful people. Young martial artists will pick up subtleties, assertive body language, and communication skills that will end the fight before it even starts! Q: What do I need to bring? A: Most importantly a positive attitude. No one comes in here with hurtful intentions or to prove anything. We’re all here to learn from each other and to sharpen our skills. As far as gear is concerned, all you should bring is a towel, a set of sandals, and regular work out clothes. You can borrow gear for a few days while you're trying different classes. We have boxing gloves, hand wraps, MMA shorts and Jiu-Jitsu gis etc. for sale. As you advance to higher levels, you can enhance your collection of gear.
Q: How can I learn to wrap my hands? A: We always have helpful trainers on staff to get you started. We also have a brief tutorial on YouTube that teaches hand wrap techniques...