Note: this class is cancelled until further notice.

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Get fit-to-fight with our combat conditioning class and develop the fitness needed for self-defence using only combative movements. 

No sparring. No fighting.




What you get:

Core fitness
Explosive power
Muscular/Cardio endurance
Coordination
Balance
Strength
Mental toughness

 

How we get you there:

Interval training
Pad striking
Partner and solo drills
Circuits
Plyometrics
Bodyweight exercises
Resistance bands
Sandbags
And more…
 
 
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Who can train:
Men and Women. 
All levels of fitness and experience welcome.


What you need:

Nothing special. Just clothes and footwear suitable for training.
The studio has a water cooler, but I encourage people to bring 
bottle so they can stay hydrated before and after the class too.
Beginners use hand-wraps or MMA gloves at first - we have these in the class but if you happen to have your own, feel free to bring them.

 

Cost:    

Pay per class:      £10

4 classes:             £28 (£7 per class)

8 classes:             £48 (£6 per class, one session roll-over)

                       

The difference:

What makes Fighting Fit different from our Saturday class is that there are no non-compliant drills – i.e no sparring and no fighting of any kind. In this class, there is never a time that strikes are being aimed at an individual - only to pads they may be holding for their partner. Plus I try not to go into too much detail as to what the combative applications of the movement are. This way the focus stays on the conditioning and less on theoretical aspects.


Self defence:

This class is still self defence oriented. While tactical and strategical aspects of self defence won't be covered, the physical attributes and the techniques used to develop them are all fighting-based. So whether you're interested in learning how to fight or not - that's what you'll be getting! The idea is that if you ever did have to fight your way out of a situation, your body will already have been conditioned for it from the class. In a sense, you're body is being taught to fight, even if your brain doesn't know it! 

 

Technical stuff

The class format includes…

Standing and grounded mobility drills

Dynamic stretching

Stand up striking

Standing and grounded positional exercises

Grounded striking

Abstract exercises

Cool-down / stretching.

The pace is on/off, meaning bursts of intensive work followed by short periods of rest - as opposed to an hour of continuous aerobic exercise (boring!) This helps replicate the athletic requirements of street self defence.


MMA CONDITIONING   COMBAT FITNESS   MARTIAL FITNESS   

FIT-TO-FIGHT   FIGHTING FIT   FUNCTIONAL STRENGTH