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“ATT” has garnered a world-wide reputation for success, winning many Championships. We are proud to pass that same knowledge down to our ultimate members. This program blends the key elements of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Wrestling, Muay Thai, Boxing and Conditioning. The instructors for this class are actual professional MMA veterans, who have an abundance of knowledge and experience in the sport. Don’t be fooled by the imitation programs out there! ATT has built a solid reputation for winning the worlds leading MMA shows including UFC, STRIKEFORCE, WEC, K-1, DREAMS, and Bellator among others. This exclusive program is something that no other martial arts school can offer you. Learn MMA from the pros.
Cardio Kickboxing promotes weight loss, develops a TONED BODY, increases cardiovascular conditioning, increases muscular development, increase flexibility and teaches you a skill you can use to defend yourself, all while taking an amazing fitness class!
Cross Fight Fitness describes its strength and conditioning program as a fusion of all the best training methods with the goal of improving fitness and quality of life. Movements such as sprinting, rowing, jumping rope, climbing rope, flipping tires, weightlifting, carrying heavy objects and, many body weight movements for a great variety of challenging workouts are combined. Equipment used includes war ropes, monkey bars, Thai pads, barbells, dumbbells, punching bags, pull-up bars, kettle bells, medicine balls and, boxes for various exercises.
These elements are mixed in numerous combinations to form workouts named and modeled after professional fighters. The aim of ‘Cross Fight Fitness’ is to physically prepare people for whatever life might throw at them. We use the workouts to measure our progress but it’s not about being stronger or faster than everyone else in the class, it’s about being “The Best YOU Can Be Individually!”
Jiu Jitsu is a martial art, combat sport, and a self defense system that focuses on the concepts of fighting on the ground. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu was formed from Kodokan Judo ground fighting (Ne-Waza) fundamentals that were taught to Carlos Gracie by master Mitsuyo Maeda. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu eventually came to be its own art through the experimentations, practices and, adaptation from the Judo knowledge of Carlos and Helio Gracie. They would then pass their knowledge onto their family.
BJJ promotes the concept that a smaller, weaker person can successfully defend against a bigger, stronger assailant by using leverage and proper technique. This is done by taking the fight to the ground – most notably by applying joint-locks and choke holds to defeat your opponent. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu can be applied to sport grappling tournaments (gi and no-gi), Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) competition or, self-defense purposes. Sparring (commonly referred to as “rolling”) and live drilling play a major role in training. A premium is placed on performance and overall development on and off the mat. This is in relation to progress and ascension through its ranking system.
Judo is the most practiced martial art in the world and more countries compete in Judo in the Olympics than in any other sport. Both beginning and advanced students are welcome to participate. We have classes to accommodate young children starting at 5 years old through adults. Our United States Judo Federation certified black belt instructors will personally teach beginners the fundamentals of the sport. Advanced players will enjoy our vigorous randori sessions with visiting national competitors and advanced club members.
Members are privileged to compete in local, national and even international competitions. Judo is truly and international sport and is even more popular outside the United States. Students will learn, self discipline, sportsmanship, perseverance and will get in the best shape of their life. Competition is not required but students will train alongside top competitors.
Submission grappling is similar to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, in that a lot of the same positions, submissions, and techniques are used and developed. The program combines elements from Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Folkstyle Wrestling, Freestyle Wrestling, Judo and Sambo. One major difference is there is no kimono or gi used during the training. Students will wear rash guards with grappling shorts or board shorts designed not to tear during the training. Submission grappling is sometimes referred to as: submission wrestling, sport grappling or No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu. This is a great addition to our Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu or striking program. We also offer beginner programs to help get you started.
Muay Thai is a devastating striking art that blends techniques such as; kicks, knees, elbows, punches, and clinch work. Muay Thai (also known as Thai Boxing) is a fighting art that originated in Thailand (formerly Siam) 2000 years ago. Often called the “Toughest ring sport in the world” it is known for its powerful techniques of punching (boxing), elbows, knees, and kicks. The Muay Thai practitioner must have superior speed and conditioning through hard training.
Our Muay Thai Kickboxing class is perfect students of all skill levels. Through training students will develop their mental and physical conditioning. Just like all of our programs, our instructors are all professional fighters who have a wealth of experience. Classes will involve the use of shadowboxing, footwork, pad work, heavy bag training and, various partner coordination drills. Fighters all over the world seek Muay Thai to improve their effectiveness and give themselves the edge in the ring. Here at American Top Team this class is known for its intense fitness and conditioning. As well as martial technique and strategy. American Top Team Muay Thai is the perfect stand up striking class that provides the student with the tools they need for the ring, even though you may never fight.
Boxing is an Olympic combat sport where two competitors attempt to outwit each other and can only strike one another with gloved hands; Training boxing will place an emphasis on speed, strength, reflexes and, endurance.
The birth hour of boxing as a sport may be its acceptance by the ancient Greeks as an Olympic game as early as 688 BC. Boxing evolved from 16th- and 18th-century prizefights, largely in Great Britain, to the forerunner of modern boxing in the mid-19th century, again initially in Great Britain and later in the United States. In 2004, ESPN ranked boxing as the most difficult sport in the world.