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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.
Martial arts instils self-esteem, focus, respect and confidence in young people. Martial arts training gives your son or daughter the chance to strengthen the mind as well as the body.
We have two youth programs targeting Kids (6-12yrs old) and Colts (13-17yrs old). Because of the differing levels of maturity and size we recommend discussing with the coaches which cohort is best for your child.
All of our youth programs focus on developing fundamental skills, coordination, stamina + strength. Our Kids programs aim to be engaging with sports specific games, gymnastics and fun. We want kids to leave with a smile every time they train as this is the key to engaged, willing and developing children.
Our colts classes focus on skill development + conditioning and will often be integrated into adult classes. Coaches are mindful of pairing colts with people of appropriate maturity, skill and size to facilitate their development.
Equipment: Equipment is dependent on the particular class a child or colt is attending and in most instances is identical to the equipment listed under particular classes above.
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.