MMA

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Grappling guides students through the foundations of no-gi jiu jitsu, catch wrestling, judo, and free style wrestling to gain dominance of your opponent and have them submit by utilizing your own body as a weapon and leverage tool. No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu offers a faster and more dynamic style of fighting, including techniques such as fundamental takedowns, self-defense techniques, position controls, position escapes, and submissions. No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu is better for Mixed Martial Artists and those who are looking to learn practical techniques that do not depend on using the Gi uniform.


rumble Grappling:

Rumble Striking is a hybrid dynamic striking class, focusing on learning and developing the fundamentals and techniques of Muay Thai, Kickboxing and Boxing through partner drilling, working on combos, offense, defense, counters, footwork, and fundamental movement, as well as drills and pad work to learn the proper balance and mechanics of practical combos.


rumble striking/
kickboxing:

Rumble Martial Arts is a non-sport self defense based program, featuring Kickboxing, Thai Boxing, Koi (weapon disarmament), etcetera.

rumble martial arts:

Boxing emphasizes the development of boxing fundamentals and includes partner, offensive, and defensive drills. One can expect to learn and develop proper punching techniques, fundamental footwork, proper posture and stance, and conditioning. These fundamentals will be acquired through boxing routines of jump roping, bag work, speed bag work, agility drills, and pad work.


boxing:

Sparring is essentially "free-form" fighting, which forces students to improvise, to think under pressure, and to keep their emotions under control. In any sparring match, precautions of some sort must be taken to protect the participants and make injuries unlikely. These may include wearing protective gear, declaring certain techniques and targets off-limits, playing slowly or at a fixed speed, etcetera.



sparring: