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We offer one free class to anyone interested in our training. This way you get to experience our coaching first hand as opposed to simply imagining what it would be like. Take guessing out of the equation completely. Come by for a free class and see if its for you. What you get is world class combat training that simply gets you in the best shape of your life.
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We're at the
- National Cinema Building
- Najda Street
- Use the entrance located on the side
facing the main road. The Phillipine House Restaurant Side .
- Mezzanine Floor
- Use the escalators : They usually don't work so
you're going to have to pretend its a stairway
- Don't worry there are signs everywhere , we're pretty hard
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Martial arts (literally meaning arts of war but usually referred as fighting arts) are extensive systems of codified practices and traditions of combat. Martial arts all have similar objectives: to physically defeat other persons or defend oneself or others from physical threat. Some martial arts are also linked to beliefs systems such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Daoism, Confucianism or Shinto while others follow a secular code of honor. Martial arts are considered as both an art and a science. Many arts are also practiced competitively, most commonly as combat sports, but competitions may also take the form of "forms competition." -- Quoting Wikipedia (mostly because we agree with them on this) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martial_arts
Styles We Teach
And What You Can Learn From Us
For more information check out the videos to the right. Alternatively you can also visit the Classes Page.
Note: The videos below are copyright of their respective owners. We in no way seek to break copyright laws ,claim ownership or infringe upon anyone's rights. The videos are merely links to Youtube and other sources that are protected by Creative Commons or otherwise have stated that they encourage and permit sharing of the following material.
Muay Thai (Thai Boxing) and Muay Boran
Cited from Human Weapon: Muay Thai - Science of 8 Limbs. [Internet]. 2011. The History Channel website.