DISCIPLINE THROUGH MARTIAL ARTS
Experience what so many other female Houstonians have already. Kickboxing is world famous as a spectator sport and is almost exclusively shown as a men’s sport on TV. However, this is sport can be utilized by women as well, whether as a way to maintain fitness or to practice self-defense. This is an amazing workout for women.
MIXED MARTIAL ARTS
MMA is a modern martial arts style that centers on a “phases of combat” theory. The three phases include stand-up fighting, clinch fighting, and ground fighting, with the main idea being a fight will take place in one of these phases and often transition from one to another. Our Houston Training centers in mixed martial arts will, prepare you for any situation in which you may need to defend yourself. No mace needed!
BRAZILIAN JIU JITSU
What would you do if you were walking to your car and heard a noise behind you? Then in an instant you feel an arm around your neck pulling you back. Can you escape this hold? Houston is a dangerous place. Consider another scenario: You are on your back and someone is on top of your chest holding you down or they are in front of your knees. Can you create the space to stand up and run or disarm your attacker? Commute and travel with confidence all around Houston.
We all want to avoid a physical altercation any chance we get, but there are times when a person needs to defend themselves. Women are often painted as vulnerable and defenseless in this sense, but nothing could be further from the truth. Women are as strong as any man and are fully capable of defending themselves. Our Houston self-defense classes are aimed at helping you learn how to use your own body in order to counter any move your assailant would try to use against you.
Boxing is a sport that is both ancient and modern. Evidence exists of boxing being practiced for entertainment by the Greeks thousands of years ago, but the sport as it is known today has been around for over one hundred years. Many people think of boxing as a sport where you exclusively use your arms, but it is much more complex and requires use of the entire body, which is what makes it such a great workout. It’s a combination of cardio and strength training.