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Martial Arts CT
Martial Arts Connecticut

Martial Arts CT

Mixed. Martial. Arts.

This is where we put it all together.

Learning how to combine your boxing and kickboxing skills into your wrestling and jiujitsu skills takes you to a whole different level. Sleekly transitioning for a combination into a takedown, using your punches to help you pass or set up a submission, this is what MMA is all about.

 

We offer a beginners introduction to MMA class on Fridays, otherwise, this program takes place off the schedule and requires you to have a solid base of fundamentals in both striking and grappling. Participants can fight and will be encouraged to do so. Guests and friends of ours will also be on hand for cross training and members of this group will be expected to assist them equally when they get ready for their fights.

-Join the worlds fastest growing sport

-Learn in a safe, ego free environment

-Learn Boxing, Muay Thai, Wrestling and Jiu Jitsu

-Get fit while having fun

-Compete with an up and coming team

 

Sign up for your FREE 30 DAYS AND YOU’LL GET:

A FREE CONSULTATION & GYM TOUR

FREE 30 DAY TRIAL OF CLASSES

Members from across Connecticut train with us! We’re just a short drive from North Haven, HamdenMeriden, Durham, Southington, and MiddletownConnecticut. Contact us today to get started!

Martial Arts CT Safety

Martial Arts CT Safety

Our instructors prioritize teaching injury prevention during our martial arts CT classes. Each class starts with a dynamic warm-up to increase blood flow, loosen muscles, and prepare the body for training. Dynamic warm-ups incorporate movements that involve stretching and full-range motions. By priming the body for the demands of the workout, a dynamic warm-up helps athletes perform at their best while minimizing the likelihood of strains, sprains, and other injuries. Additionally, we incorporate mental training techniques such as visualization and mindfulness to maintain focus and reduce the risk of mistakes. During sparring and training sessions, we encourage all students to use the appropriate protective gear, such as mouthguards, shin guards, gloves, and headgear.

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