Classes next week!

Classes next week!

Tuesday:
8-9pm – Muay Thai / MMA Striking £6

Wednesday:
7.30pm-9pm – MMA Beginners course (Module 6) (1.5hr) £7.50

Friday:
7.30-8.30pm – MMA Sparring, Drilling & Rolling £6

2020 Beginners MMA Course

New Beginners MMA course starts 8th Jan 2020. Learn the fundamentals of striking and grappling including: punches, kicks and knees, sweeps, takedowns, submissions, and more. Learn smart and effective offensive and defensive moves while you get into shape. Learn to effectively mix grappling and striking in a ground confrontation – a must for self defence. Not only is this class informative and useful for any person, but it offers an unparalleled workout that is sure to keep you fit.

This 8 week course covers:

  • Striking techniques from Muay Thai
  • Standup grappling techniques & takedowns from Muay Thai & Freestyle Wrestling
  • Ground grappling positions, submissions & ‘ground & pound’ from Jiu-Jitsu & Wrestling

MMA MUAY THAI Huddersfield

MMA Workshop

We have an MMA Workshop coming up with Mark Spencer the England amateur MMA team coach, SBG Bradford coach. It will be Friday 22nd November 7.30pm.

£9 altogether.

£5 deposit to secure a place £4 on the night

contact@thefightlab.org

MMA MUAY THAI Huddersfield

Muay Thai toughens your mind, body, and spirit

Muay Thai toughens your mind, body, and spirit. 

The art of Muay Thai toughens your mind, body, and spirit. As the late great Muay Thai Grandmaster Kru Yodtong Senanan once said, “Muay Thai is good for your confidence and inner strength.” On top of enhancing your physical conditioning, Muay Thai builds confidence and promotes discipline of the mind through the control of emotions and feelings.

Muay Thai

Although Muay Thai is most thought of as a combat sport, the techniques you learn in a Muay Thai class can keep you safe on the street. Muay Thai is also one of the few martial arts in the world that has been undeniably battle-tested and street certified for real-life encounters. Although widely regarded as a striking based martial art, Muay Thai also contains throwing techniques, locks, the using of an opponent’s own momentum, and even submissions. The conditioning of mind, body, and spirit involved in Muay Thai also gives practitioners the confidence needed for real-life self defence situations. Muay Thai has a heavy emphasis on free sparring rather that training technique against a static/complicit training partner.

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