Whether you’re looking for a new form of effective exercise or a way to defend yourself, martial arts is a satisfying way to combine both. The London Fight Factory is a world-renowned gym where they train beginners to professionals in mixed martial arts and more.
BJJ classes start with conditioning warmup exercises (the cornerstone to strength and endurance). The instructors then demonstrate techniques, setups, and positions in the sport. After that, students start drill exercises and sparring.
Muay Thai is also known as “Thai boxing”, which begins with a conditioning workout, moves to technique drills (sparring and pad work), and finally more conditioning exercises.
This training is divided into three sections: 1) Warmup, 2) Demonstration, 3) Exercises. The warmup includes conditioning and stretching. The demonstration includes boxing techniques like striking, guarding, movement, and tactics. The exercise portion is designed to boost fitness and performance in boxing.
Mixed Martial Arts is a full-contact combat sport, sometimes (incorrectly) called cage fighting. The techniques used in wrestling include Muay Thai, Boxing, and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, which is an amazing arsenal of hand-to-hand fighting moves.
Freestyle wrestling is taught at the London Fight Factory.
These classes provide beginners to professionals with a higher level of fitness, which helps to improve stamina and endurance.
Combat Sambo is a new training class at the London Fight Factory. This is a sport that involves striking and grappling. Arm locks, pins, leg locks, and throws are all legal in Combat Sambo. You can also punch, kick, do knee strikes, and head butts in this sport. These classes begin with a rigorous conditioning warmup, then the instructor takes you through demonstration techniques (positions and setups), and then you get to drill the techniques and finally spar.
If these combat and mixed martial arts sports are what you’re looking for, the London Fight Factory has two convenient locations in London.Posted Mar 18, 2017