At Brassell Martial Arts, we have an incredible self-defense system. Our Combat Defense classes will give students the knowledge, tools, and techniques to protect themselves in real-life scenarios while also getting a full-body workout.
Combat Defense is a self-defense fighting system that utilizes the principles of a mixture of martial arts styles, such as kung fu, kickboxing, judo, jujitsu, and wrestling, making sure to emphasize the importance of environmental awareness and de-escalation to avoid physical confrontation at all costs. As a last resort, our system teaches you how to swiftly and aggressively react and escape to safety.
Adult Combat defense participants start at the age of 14+ years old.
Principles of Combat Defense
1. Simple and effective gross motor skill-based techniques
2. Provide a safe training environment where people of all ages and abilities can develop to their full potential and test the effectiveness of their skills
3. Teach only reality-based scenarios that are relevant to what we unfortunately see across the United States daily.
The 10 round, 45-minute fight is divided between Different styles of training. Class is spent exploring the skills and drills of kick-boxing using (shadow boxing, mitt work and heavy bag drills) While also focusing on the transformative power of (dynamic strength training, calisthenic, aerobic, core and plyometrics.
With a mega-watt sound system and custom playlists available only at Brassell Martial Arts, the gym collectively thumps from a wide variety of Artist such as Drake, Fleetwood Mac., and Florida Georgia Line. And while the music will help you smash, the vibes in the room are undeniably inclusive and positive. When we say, “10 rounds, 2 fists, ZERO experience necessary,” we truly mean it. It’s not uncommon to see first time kick-boxers next to professional and amateur fighters. No matter your fitness level, we squad up and SCULPT. together.
We all have things we’re fighting for in this life. When stepping into the "Ring" of life we all need courage, determination, focus, and stamina. These are the skills we aim to develop because that’s what it truly means to be a fighter. (Learning how to punch people in the face is just a bonus. 😉)