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Posted by GIRL FIGHT – Empowering women thru Martial Arts & Fitness on Thursday, April 4, 2019
Girl Fight offers beginner-friendly classes for women and kids.

The Girl Fight gym and all of our classes are designed for women who are interested in defending themselves, but have little interest in the male-dominated programs available in traditional martial art schools.

We have found, in most cases, women will avoid training simply due to the atmosphere of a male-dominated program.

The Girl Fight gym will give you a solid understanding and a strong ability to perform under stress, by providing proven techniques, based on the science and anatomy of fighting.

Muay Thai  

Muay Thai is known as the Art of 8 Limbs, also referred to as Thai Boxing. The style uses stand-up striking that makes use of elbows, kicks, knees, punches and various clinching techniques.  Techniques taught are learned quickly and are easily integrated into daily life for the purposes of self-defense and fitness. Muay Thai is widely accepted as the most proficient form of striking for both competition and self-defense.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for women at Girl Fight. This is an excellent way for you to learn self-defense techniques that are proven to work in the real world.  You will learn to drill each technique with a partner in class, and learn to use them in real time at the end of class.

BJJ is a style of martial art that focuses on grappling and ground fighting with application of applying joint-locks and chokeholds.  BJJ is based on the principle that a smaller, weaker person can defend themselves against a bigger, stronger opponent by using leverage and proper body position.  BJJ is widely accepted as the most proficient form of ground fighting for both competition and self-defense.

This class is excellent for people that are interested in learning martial arts in an environment exclusively for women.  As a self defense system few programs have proven themselves as well as BJJ.  The only way to be able to defend yourself is to regularly and consistently train the movements and techniques you will use.  We focus on techniques that can be used to immobilize larger and stronger opponents.

Our women’s Brazilian Jiu-Jisu class also trains for competition in many of the local tournaments and national tournaments.  Several of our participants have won local, regional, national, and world titles.

Boxing

Girl Fight Boxing uses stand-up striking that makes use of punches to the body and head. There is a huge emphasis on developing and fine tuning boxing fundamentals. One can expect to learn and develop proper punching techniques, fundamental footwork, proper posture and stance, and conditioning. These fundamentals in boxing will be acquired through boxing routines of jump roping, bag work, speed bag, agility drills and padwork.

Girl Fight Fit – Strength Training

A strength and conditioning instructor/coach led fitness class.  We incorporate circuits of calisthenics, plyometrics, battle ropes, heavy bag, free weights and more. No 2 classes are the same!

Open Mat

Open Mat at Girl Fight is a time in which the doors are open, staff is present and the gym is yours!  Members are able to train in their desired discipline, as they wish.  There is no structured class during this time, but members do work together or on their own in all disciplines. Coed-friendly.

Team Girl Fight Competition Training

All of our Girl Fight classes are authentic and equip our students with the ability to compete at a high level, if they choose.  If competing is in your blood, we offer competition style training sessions in Muay Thai, BJJ, MMA and Boxing.  Competitors must follow a strict Code of Conduct.  We understand that competition is not for everyone. Many of our members train just to have fun and for fitness! Not for beginners.