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The Olympic Sports' most prominent feature is its competitive element, where the objective is to either throw or takedown an opponent to the ground, immobilize or otherwise subdue an opponent with a pin, or force an opponent to submit...
This class will surpass your fitness goals while drilling foot work & stance, basic striking technique drills, punching & kicking techniques, basic knee strike techniques & bag drills.
Popularized by the UFC and Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Hayabusa’s Submission Grappling (aka No-Gi) is based on both standing and ground grappling techniques done without a Kimono/Gi.
Students familiar with the basics will build upon striking fundamentals & gain skills required to compete in amateur and professional competition.
Judo/BJJ throws, ground positions and submissions.Hayabusa BJJ classes include a warm up, instruction, technique and rolling. Students wear a BJJ Kimono (Gi) and a belt that signifies increasing level of technical knowledge and practical skill.