Muay Thai

How often should I train?
To achieve your best results, try to aim for 3-5 sessions per week, but also listen to your body when it needs to rest. After your first training session, your body may be sore and may need longer to recover, which is perfectly okay. To maximize muscle recovery and optimize your gains, try to take at least one rest day per week and supplement your training with plenty of stretches, water, sleep, and a balanced diet.
What is Muay Thai?
Muay Thai or Thai Boxing is a stand-up combat sport and is recognized as the national sport and cultural martial art of Thailand. It's on track to become an Olympic sport and has gained popularity all over the world. Sometimes referred to as The Art of Eight Limbs,' Muay Thai involves the entire body, identifying each strike (punch, kick, knee or elbow) as one 'weapon.' In addition to striking, it also utilizes sweeps and the clinch, a form of stand-up neck grappling.
What are the benefits of Muay Thai?
The conditioning that you go through to become faster, stronger, more efficient, and more powerful has similar effects on your body, mind, and spirit. As you train, you will notice greater self-confidence, a stronger sense of discipline and a mental fortitude that reveals itself in other areas of your life. When students practice Muay Thai, they cultivate strong values, and every time they show up, they have the ability to be humbled and inspired, to test their determination and courage, and to build others up with us. When you combine these mental gains with a noticeably fit and healthier body and an empowered spirit, there's no reason NOT to train Muay Thai!

Hyper Fight Club

Q: Will the Hyper Fight Club make me aggressive or violent?
A: Not at all! In fact, our classes were created to inspire a generation of respected fight athletes who will stand up for themselves, their family and what they believe in. Athletes that are respectful, confident, brave, humble, positive, quick, powerful and strive to excel in the ring and in life.
Q: Can I get injured in the Hyper Fight Club?
A: Safety is one of our top priorities. Yes, injuries do happen from time to time. But we do everything in our power to prevent them. We do advanced stretching routines to make sure your body is limber and flexible, and we spot/watch every student very closely to ensure they perform the moves safely.
Q: I’m not fit or athletic. Can I participate in the Hyper Fight Club?
A: Absolutely! In fact, this Club is like a beacon of light for youth and teens who don't fit into team sports and for young adults who feel intimidated at a gym. People who could never throw a ball well or run fast find that the Hyper Fight Club is very welcoming, and they feel a sense of belonging, inspiration, and empowerment. It's something any dedicated athlete can excel at and, as a result, your confidence will soar.
Q: Are these Hyper Fight Club classes fun?
A: You bet they are! Athletes learn the most relevant sparring combinations, drills, counters, tactical strategies and philosophies from top fighters and coaches worldwide. This creates a fun training experience every student wants to come back for each week.

Kids Martial Arts

Will Martial Arts make my kid violent?
No way! In fact, martial arts makes kids calmer and more respectful than ever. Martial arts always has been about peace, and it always will be.
Can my child get injured with Martial Arts?
As a parent, I'm sure you've seen that kids can get injured doing just about anything. Martial arts is no different, however we take safety very seriously here. Yes, injuries do sometimes happen. But we do everything in our power to avoid them. We do special exercises and stretches to make your child's body limber and flexible.
My child isn't athletic. Can they still participate in Martial Arts if
they're not athletic?
Absolutely. Martial Arts teaches kids to be coordinated, flexible and strong. Kids who don't naturally have these qualities develop them. Kids who do have these qualities grow them even more.
Are these Martial Arts classes fun?
Yes! After all, these are children we're dealing with here. And kids love their fun. We do a variety of games and activities that have kids howling with laughter, and constantly smiling. We work hard here - but we play just as hard.