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You want to be able to defend yourself or your family.
You struggle to be confident in your abilities & strengths and want a healthy way to decrease stress and anxiety
You want to shed extra pounds and cultivate a positive body image.


Even when you do find time to hit the gym, regardless of having a schedule that’s full of work, family time, and other obligations, you might be bored by your same old workout without any support or teammates. There’s nothing exciting about another go-round on the treadmill or elliptical.

Martial arts classes for adults focus on building core strength and cardiovascular fitness in a fun, social setting. Why not break out of your dull routine with the best teammates around!


Our martial arts classes for adults can help you build core strength, increase your flexibility, learn how to defend yourself and the people you love, or lose weight. They’re also a great place to make new friends. Whatever your fitness goals are, you can achieve them in our mma & karate classes for adults.


Sometimes, it can be hard to have faith in your abilities, especially when you’re stressed out and overworked, as most of us are as adults.

Studying martial arts is a natural confidence builder. It provides students with a series of achievable goals to pursue – and achieving each one provides a boost of confidence and a sense of achievement.

Adult martial arts students learn to trust their strength and ability in an encouraging and friendly environment.


It’s common for adults to struggle with self-esteem as they deal with competitive work environments (whether you are a stay-at-home parent or work outside the home) and overloaded to-do lists.

Adults who study martial arts learn to search within themselves for their best qualities. They learn to let go of self-doubt and not to worry what others think of them.

We mean it when we say forever your teammate. This journey is yours, and no one else’s.


Many people feel vulnerable and wish that they had a way to defend themselves if they end up in a dangerous situation, or even the confidence to stand up for themselves in every day situations.

Martial arts classes build strength, confidence, and agility while teaching basic but effective Active Protection moves. Plus building confidence in yourself to feel more comfortable in dealing with others in social and work settings.

Studying martial arts can help you shake feelings of vulnerability and believe in your ability to take care of yourself.


Defending yourself and the family you love is a priority – and for good reason. Money and personal belongings can be replaced, but people cannot.

Studying mma & karate helps you consistently train the moves you need to keep yourself and your family safe.

You’ll carry yourself with strength and confidence when you know you can see what you are capable of doing.

If you stay with it long enough to get through the basics with a humble attitude that is.


As an adult, making new friends outside of work can be difficult. Taking a class is one way to connect with people who share a common interest.

While martial arts is not a team sport, our martial arts school is a #teammate community – one where teamwork and support is encouraged.

A Karate school builds friendships and bonds that last a lifetime and can extend well beyond the mats.


Finding time to work out and socialize might feel impossible – but what if you combined the two into one activity?

Research shows that people who exercise with friends are less likely to skip workouts than those who exercise alone.

Making friends in our martial arts school helps you build a social circle and gives you buddies to cheer you on and celebrate your successes.


Many adults accept stress as a way of life, whether it comes from their jobs, their families, or other issues.

Managing stress is a must since too much stress can lead to high blood pressure and depression, among other things.

Working out releases endorphins and helps you feel better about yourself and your day!

Through classes you can learn again to live in the moment like you did as a child, and harness that ability to turn everything off that is bothering you, at least for a short time.


All people need an outlet for their worry and anxiety – and martial arts classes can provide it.

In the absence of such an outlet, you might carry anxiety and inadvertently take it out on other people.

Martial arts classes burn calories, release tension and anxiety, and help keep you on an even keel mentally and emotionally to be the best teammate you can be for your family!


Martial arts students believe in their strength and abilities because they know what their bodies can do.
Martial arts instruction focuses on achieving personal excellence, something that builds self-esteem.
Martial arts students learn about the power of mind over matter.
Physical strength and mental strength go hand in hand.
People who study martial arts carry themselves with strength and authority, and that can ward off attackers.
Martial arts classes teach students to use their innate strengths and abilities against opponents.
Even physically small people can leverage their body weight to defend themselves.
Knowing basic self-defense moves can increase confidence in other areas of life.
Our martial arts school is a friendly and social environment where cooperation is encouraged.
People who study martial arts tend to be secure and happy – and that makes them good friends.
Working out with others helps build confidence.
Socializing increases energy and mental and emotional well-being.
Structured workouts tend to be more effective than solo workouts in terms of burning calories.
Working with instructors helps keep students motivated and committed to losing weight.
Having regular goals complements a weight loss program and allows students to measure their progress.
Martial arts instruction builds a positive body image.
Martial arts techniques like kicking and punching help to build muscles.
Martial arts classes increase coordination and flexibility.
Toning muscles helps to increase metabolism and decrease body fat.
Taking classes helps students stick to a fitness routine and get in shape.
Regular workouts help students feel good about themselves.
Exploring the mind-body connection helps students practice mindfulness.
Martial arts classes encourage students to avoid distractions and worry.
Students focus on self-improvement; not what others think of them.


I don’t feel good about myself. Can studying martial arts make me feel better?

Yes. Martial arts instruction combines physical fitness with mental strength, and people who feel fit and strong are also confident.

Can studying martial arts help me at work?

Yes. When you feel good physically and you push yourself to try something new, it affects your confidence and performance in every area of life.

I live in a tough neighborhood and I don’t feel safe at night. Can studying martial arts help me feel better?

Yes. Studying martial arts builds physical strength and mental resilience, and makes many people feel confident about their ability to defend themselves.

I was the victim of a crime and I’m scared all the time. Why should I study martial arts?

Martial arts instruction builds confidence while also teaching basic self-defense moves. If you feel you can fight back if someone tries to hurt you, it can help you overcome your fears.

Do people really study martial arts to make friends?

Yes, it happens all the time. Everyone in the class has an interest in martial arts and fitness, and that gives people a good starting place to build new friendships.

It’s hard for me to make friends. Are martial arts classes social?

They are. While you will be working toward individual goals, the class itself is meant to be a supportive community of peers and friends.

I’ve struggled for years to lose weight. How can martial arts help?

Martial arts classes are fun and intense. You can only lose weight if you burn more calories than you consume, and martial arts classes provide an excellent, calorie-burning workout.

How many calories can I expect to burn during a martial arts workout?

It’s difficult to estimate how many calories you will burn since that depends on how much you weigh and how hard you work out. However, you can expect to burn a substantial number of calories during an average class if you work continuously.

I’ve always thought of myself as clumsy and un-athletic. Can martial arts make me more graceful?

Yes. Martial arts instruction focuses on building core strength and improving balance. As you become more aware of your body and its capabilities, you will feel less clumsy.

I’ve started many exercise classes and given up out of boredom. How will martial arts keep me motivated?

Martial arts classes focus on setting students up to achieve small, short-term goals in pursuit of larger goals. Achievements are regularly rewarded and that helps build motivation.

I feel stressed out all the time and I don’t know what to do about it. How can taking martial arts classes relieve my stress?

Martial arts classes burn calories and provide students with a healthy outlet for their stress and anger. Many students report feeling calm and relaxed after a workout.

I already feel stressed out because of my schedule. How is adding one more obligation going to help?

A lot of times, we feel stressed out because we over-commit and don’t schedule time for ourselves. Martial arts classes help teach mindfulness and perspective, and that can help you pare down your schedule accordingly.

I don’t think of myself as an athlete and I was never good at sports. Can I do martial arts?

Yes. Martial arts instruction is tailored to each student’s capabilities and goals, so anybody – at any fitness level – can benefit from studying martial arts.

I tend to be timid about taking chances on new things. Can studying martial arts make me more comfortable with risk-taking?

Everybody is different, but trying something new like martial arts can help break down barriers and increase the chances that you’ll be willing to try other new things, too.

I want to feel like I can defend my family. Can martial arts help me do that?

Yes. Martial arts instruction teaches self-defense and defense of others. Students learn how to leverage their natural strength and abilities in dangerous situations.

Can I really disarm an attacker using martial arts moves?

Yes, if you know how to do it. Weapons are only effective if they can be used and proper self-defense training can teach you how to fight back even if all you have is your own body.

I do better with workouts when I have a friend with me. Can my friend and I take classes together?

Yes, we love it when friends come in together. Working out together can help strengthen your friendship and help both of you meet new people, too.

How can martial arts classes be social when we’ll be competing against each other?

While martial arts students do sometimes spar in class, the competition is meant to be friendly and not aggressive. Fellow students are colleagues, not opponents.

Why are martial arts classes a good workout for people who want to lose weight?

Martial arts classes combine a calorie-burning cardiovascular workout with muscle toning. That’s the ideal combination for people who want to lose weight since building muscle also increases the metabolism.

I have a hard time staying motivated to lose weight. Why should I expect it to be different this time?

Martial arts classes, particularly those that are designed for people who want to lose weight, provide a fun and supportive environment. Every student supports other students and our instructors provide constant motivation and encouragement.

My doctor told me I need to strengthen my heart. Will studying martial arts do that?

Yes. Martial arts workouts give the heart a workout too, and coming to classes regularly increases cardiovascular fitness.

I want a good workout, but I don’t want to fight anybody. Can I take martial arts without sparring?

Martial arts classes don’t have to be about fighting. Many students who take classes just want to get in shape – and kicking and punching helps them do it.

I’m worried that I might be depressed. Can studying martial arts help?

Maybe. Depression is a complicated thing, but getting regular workouts releases endorphins and that can help you feel better. You should still talk to a doctor if you think you might have depression.

Will studying martial arts help me sleep better at night?

It might. Oftentimes, insomnia is caused by worry and anxiety. Getting a good workout releases happy hormones known as endorphins. In addition, being physically tired can help you calm your brain at night.


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