At Revolution Martial Fitness we believe that the teen years are one of the best times to start martial arts training. We seek to create an environment where our teen students can feel challenged, supported, and accepted for who they are. They will be surrounded by positive role models that will provide mentorship and inspiritation to help them become their personal best. 

Physical Fitness

In our classes the students will get a great workout while learning our effective "Hybrid System" of martial arts. By combinging solid Striking (Muay Thai/Kickbocking) and Grappling (Jiu-Jitsu the students will develop well rounded self defense skills while improving many areas of physical fitness.

Students will see increased:

  • Total body strength
  • Explosive power
  • Aerobic and anaerobic endurance
  • Flexibility
  • Overall coordination

Self-Defense

We use a combination of martial arts styles to provide an effective form of self-defense. The workout will continue as you learn modern techniques that utilize proper form, body mechanics, and leverage to maximize effectiveness. We cover proper striking/blocking (Muay Thai, Boxing), ground defense (Jiu-Jitsu), and reality based training methodologies to cover all aspects of a possible confrontation.

Mental Fitness

On top of the obvious physical benefits, our program has powerful mental benefits. Our high quality instructors create an environment that allows kids to thrive. Our classes have been show to:

  • Increase confidence
  • Increase mindfulness and self - awareness
  • Increase focus
  • Increase overall effort

Character Development

The most recent studies have shown that the brains of teenagers go through a phase of reinforcing the connections that they use and weeding out the ones that don’t. Because of this we believe that it is even more important for them to be in an environment that will encourage them to develop positive habits for the future.

Through our classes we promote values like:

  •  Health and fitness
  •  Manners and respect
  •  Discipline and perseverance
  •  Personal responsibility
  •  Kindness
  •  Non-violent conflict resolution
  •  Goal-setting
  •  The value of commitment and practice

By building rapport, having the conversations, and leading by example we aim to inspire our teen students to be the best possible version of themselves.