CHANGE YOUR LIFE!!!
Changing lives. At Davis Martial Arts you will have the opportunity to grow not only physically, but mentally as well. Through our Jiujitsu, Kickboxing and Filipino Martial Arts programs, the opportunity for growth is beyond even your own expectations. While training at Davis Martial Arts, you will build physical strength and endurance, take on leadership roles, and build relationships with instructors, training partners and even opponents. Build confidence and respect within yourself. You will find within yourself, a strength you did not know existed.
Jiujitsu: A grappling art that promotes the concept that a smaller, weaker person can successfully defend against a bigger, stronger opponent by using technique and leverage rather than strength or brute force. By taking the fight to the ground, (our ocean, where we are SHARKS and the average person can barely swim) you will learn to apply joint-locks and chokeholds to defeat your opponent. Sparring (commonly referred to as "rolling") and live drilling play a major role in training. Jiu-jitsu is not solely a martial art, it is also a sport; a method for promoting physical fitness and building character in everyone; and, ultimately, A WAY OF LIFE!
Cardio Kickboxing:Cardio kickboxing is a group fitness class that combines martial arts techniques with fast-paced cardio. This high-energy workout can challenge the beginner and elite athlete alike. Cardio kickboxing is a good fitness choice for those looking to burn calories for weight loss, or to improve stamina and heart health.The movements in cardio kickboxing can improve flexibility, balance, and coordination.
Filipino Martial Arts: Devised in the Philippines. It incorporates elements from both Western and Eastern Martial Arts. Filipino martial artists are noted for their ability to fight with weapons or empty hands interchangeably and their ability to turn ordinary household items into lethal weapons. Weapons-training takes precedence because this gives an edge in real fights and gears students to psychologically face armed opponents. Empty hands training is then taught as the stick is merely an extension of the hand.