Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a hot topic in the world of martial arts. If you’ve ever practiced it, you probably understand the hype! BJJ provides athletes with benefits that go far beyond the gym, such as increased physical fitness, weight loss, higher energy, and better productivity. But there’s one life skill that really sets BJJ apart from other forms of martial arts – its self defense training. Self defense is a skill that every person should have under their belt and, lucky for you, Jiu Jitsu is one of the best types of self defense that money can buy. Read about all of the awesome programs we offer!Contact
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MMA is often referred to as a “hybrid” sport because it utilizes many different techniques from many different forms of martial arts – primarily wrestling, boxing, kickboxing, Jiu Jitsu, Judo, and Karate.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) has gained a lot of attention in recent years, and it’s pretty obvious why. Made for the real world, BJJ is a form of self defense that every person should master. BJJ focuses on ground level altercations – utilizing holds, throws, blows, and a variety of submission techniques. This makes jiu jitsu ideal when learning how to take on an opponent who may be larger than you, without necessarily having to hurt them.
After being recognized as an Olympic sport in 2016 and quickly gaining immense popularity, there’s no question that Muay Thai is sweeping the globe. So what’s it all about?
With a long history in warfare and rich cultural roots, Muay Thai is the national sport of Thailand. This discipline sets itself apart from other martial arts due to its distinctive style of boxing. Muay Thai utilizes eight points of contact, rather than the four that similar styles, such as kickboxing, use. In Resolution’s Muay Thai class, you’ll be using all eight contact points for punches, knee strikes, elbow strikes, kicks, and more. If you’re looking for something that will challenge what you think you know about martial arts, you’ve come to the right place.