14 days Unlimited Training including One Free PT session Plus team t-shirt and more
(Total value $265) For only $49.95 save $215
Very knowledgeable trainer who spends hours on the mat learning all he possibly can from the best, so he can pass that onto his students.
I absolutely love training at Fightcross! Brian is an excellent instructor and helps everyone improve their skills no matter what level they are at.
Great place to train with excellent coaches and staff that caters to all skill levels, everyone’s extremely friendly and willing to help out.
Kickboxing fuses a number of combat sports, including Karate, Muay Thai and Western boxing, to create an all-encompassing stand-up striking martial art.
“Kickboxing” was first developed in the 1960’s and was a solution to the lack of full contact striking competitions that existed worldwide outside of Boxing. The sport has developed significantly since its inception incorporating techniques from multiple disciplines and creating or redesigning techniques constantly.
Our Kickboxing classes draw upon our coach’s wealth of knowledge in the striking arts across many disciplines. We strive to maintain current, drawing in world class coaches and competitors to provide their knowledge to our members. Classes focus on skill development drilling real combinations and movement, not just “how to punch” though the basics are forever on our minds. You’ll see massive improvements in agility, flexibility, stamina and explosive power from training in kickboxing.
Equipment: 16oz Boxing Gloves, hand/wrist wraps, full length + instep leather shin guards.
Fightcross MMA Albion has martial arts classes for everyone including children, teenagers and adults. The coaching team includes a permanent roster of qualified coaches and instructors. In addition, the gym regularly hosts seminars for UFC fighters, boxers, kickboxing champions and international MMA fighters.
Fightcross holds regular BJJ gradings, these events can seem daunting and exciting wether you are a BJJ fanatic or a casual enthusiast.
Is cleaning the mats part of the martial arts training or culture? Is it idealistic to think that mat cleaning could be anything other than just good OH&S practice.