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Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ)
Gi and No Gi Submission Grappling
Brazilian jiu Jitsu is a form of submission grappling similar to amateur wrestling and Judo. The goal of BJJ is to 'submit' your opponent or make them tap out. This can be achieved in many ways including chokes, strangleholds, arm locks, and leg locks. Classes take place in the Gi, where students can work toward their black belts, and in no gi. The BJJ black belt is considered the most difficult to achieve in martial arts. This class is great for children, people wanting to lose weight, or people who are interested in self defence.
The art of 8 limbs
Muay Thai is a striking martial art from Thailand than emphases striking with all parts of the body including punches, kicks, knees, and elbows. These classes are a great way to burn calories, lose weight, and build cardio. Classes involve bag work, hitting the pads, partner drills and sparring. Mouthpiece, shin pads, and 14oz boxing gloves are a must for this class.
Mixed Martial Arts
Free Flow Martial Arts
MMA is a combination and integration of striking and grappling martial arts. Classes will combine elements of Muay Thai, boxing, Taekwondo, amateur wrestling, and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. MMA class requires a base knowledge of several different martial arts so these classes are not for complete beginners. After a few bjj and muay thai classes though, students are encouraged to join MMA class. This class requires mouthpiece, mma sparring gloves and shin pads.
The Sweet Science
Boxing is one of the oldest and most well known forms of striking. This discipline requires finesse, timing and technique. Students will learn how to do all major punching techniques as well as defensive techniques like blocking, parrying, and head movement. Classes include light contact so students are required to have 14oz gloves, and a mouthpiece.
Trips and throws
Judo is a Japanese martial art that emphasises throws, trips, takedowns, and submissions. As one of the most popular martial arts in the world, Judo is amazing to train solo or as a great compliment to your BJJ or striking martial arts
Martial Arts meets Yoga
Budokon Yoga was codified and popularized by Cameron Shayne beginning in 2001. It is a form of yoga that combines elements of classical yoga, martial arts, calisthenics, and animal locomotion. A relatively unknown form of yoga that has recently taken off, Budokon Yoga is on the rise and can only be found in a few places throughout Singapore including Stronghold MMA!