Mixed Martial Arts MMA
Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) classes offer an exciting combination of striking and grappling techniques from standing or seated or ground positions. MMA is lots of fun, and offers great career opportunities for those at high levels of practising.
Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) is a FULL contact sport, that was previously exclusively practised by competitive fighters. The sport is now more regulated and as a result more mainstream.
As a result classes are available for anyone from beginners, intermediate, advanced,right through to professional fighters in the UK. MMA classes train students in up-close MMA fighting techniques so be ready for some hard work outs and fun.
Mixed Martial Arts classes include a range of martial arts some modified including Grappling, Wrestling, Muay Thai kick boxing, Boxing, JuJitsu, Taekwondo, Karate classes, Judo, and other techniques. Find a local mixed martial arts class or local MMA club near you.
WHAT CAN YOU TYPICALLY EXPECT TO LEARN
Mixed Martial Art cross-train in a variety of styles some modified including Grappling, Wrestling, Muay Thai, Kick Boxing, Boxing, JuJitsu, Taekwondo, Karate classes, Judo, and other techniques which aim to counter their opponent's strengths and remain effective in a fight. Mixed Martial Art styles included in the MMA training will vary dependant on the MMA club or gym and instructor.
Typically MMA classes train students in a range of techniques using drills, partner work and FULL contact sparring and fighting techniques.
Learn MMA striking techniques such as kicks, knees, punches, jabs and elbow strikes. Blocking techniques to stop or deflect strikes. Learn how to use MMA grappling techniques such as clinch holds, pinning holds, submission holds, sweeps, takedowns and throws.
MMA training techniques include learning how to breathe properly in a fight. The key in MMA is to maintain long, steady breaths helping keep muscles oxygenated. MMA sparring requires more of your lung capacity than the MMA drills. So learning how to breathe is essential. A good MMA instructor will teach breathing techniques and talk about reactions and expectations.
MMA workouts focus on the strength, endurance and mental toughness needed to get fighters through a strenuous fight.
Find a Mixed Martial Art MMA classes class on this page.
WHY YOU SHOULD TAKE UP MIXED MARTIAL ARTS
MMA classes classes combine combat techniques, self-defence, sport, exercise, and real life fighting skills. MMA offers students a range of skills which will enhance their lives as well as being a fun, social sport.
Mixed Martial Arts is a full contact sport and not for the faint hearted as students receive kicks and punches to the body.
MIXED MARTIAL ART CLUBS AND GYMS
Enter your postcode to find a local MMA club or mixed martial arts class near you. View the profile pages of the club, classes should have a brief description to give you an idea of what the class covers check the instructors profile for qualifications and experience.
Some Mixed Martial Arts schools are serious, they train people to fight at an amateur or pro level, while other schools cater for beginners upwards. Use the contact button to enquire and to find out if the school is right for you.
Find Mixed Martial Arts classes in London and other major UK cities use the mixed martial art directory on this page.