Any of several arts of combat and self-defense (such as karate and judo) that are widely practiced as sport.
The Sweet Science of Boxing requires knowledge of footwork, distance, angles, faints and anticipation. Logic and Science in an impossible environment. Boxing develops strength, balance, reflexes, movement, coordination and endurance.
Jiu Jitsu is a Martial Art based on Grappling, Joint manipulations, Chokes and Strangles to subdue opponents. Often without causing any injury to the opponent or the practitioner. Using the power of leverage and the skill of controlling ones opponent instead of brute strength.
Known as the art of 8 limbs, develop in the ancient kingdom of Siam to utilize the entire body as a weapon. Using kicks, punches and Elbow and Knee strikes unique to Muay Thai. The understanding of range and developing the strikes best to utilize makes Muay Thai a fantastic self defense tool as well as a great way to get a great work out in!
Grappling is basically wrestling. From the feet to the grand. Learning how to lock up with someone, control them and take them down to the ground.
The process of training to become physically fit by a regimen of exercise, diet, and rest. The state of being Strong with capacity for endurance.
The ability to think, understand and move quickly and easily.
Balance is the ability to control your body’s position, whether stationary or while moving. Balance is a key component of fitness, along with strength, endurance, and flexibility.