Martial Arts Is An Exciting, Positive Passion To Have!
There are many choices when it comes to martial arts. Trying to decide if you want Karate, Boxing, Judo, Aikido, Krav Maga, Wing Chun, Gracie Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Japanese Jiu Jitsu, or mixed Martial arts can be overwhelming. Education on the various arts, their specialty, and what benefit they will give you is what beginning students need to research. Do you want competition, Street Self Defense, or just to learn something while you’re working on your fitness? These are all questions potential students need to ask themselves.
Martin Academy of Martial Arts, (MAMA) wants you, your family and friends to discover positive new experiences that will open up to you through marital arts training at our academy. Through martial arts training at MAMA, students will find positive, new, self-discovery experiences, they will develop and open up not only in their training but in other areas of life.
Top Martial arts instructors such as Sifu /Guro Dan Inosanto, Sifu Francis Fong, Ajarn Chai Sirisute, Sensei Erik Paulson, Sifu Alan Baker, the Machado Brothers, Pedro Sauer Gracie Jiu Jitsu Association, are the foundation for the material taught at MAMA. Instructors at MAMA are required to update their training and continue their education. Sifu Dan Inosanto, LaVonne Martin’s instructor, best friend and protégé of the late Bruce Lee, continues to train today at 80.
Whether or not you choose Martin Academy, the Main and Apprentice instructors have experience in many disciplines, and have the ability to help guide you in the appropriate direction. It’s not only what is taught, but how. The atmosphere of the school, the attitude of the other students you will be training with, and the instructors are what is important. That’s why we’re committed to providing the highest quality marital arts instruction and training, in a positive encouraging environment. Come in for a short consultation, at no cost to you, to see if Martin Academy is the place for you. And at the very least, you will get some education on various disciplines and see if what’s important to you, will fit with what’s important in the academy.
Helping The Brain
I’ve always said that martial arts are good for the brain. Guro Inosanto is proof of that. Additionally, Kali and Wing Chun are at the top of the list for arts that help improve brain function as we age. Now there is apparently proof of improvement. Kali and Wing Chun can be very physical if made to be, but are softer arts and require the development of sensitivity as well as brain power. When I would go to a 3 or 4 day Thai Boxing training camp, my body would fall into bed each night at the hotel exhausted. When doing a 3 or 4 day Kali Wing Chun camp my body may be tired but my brain is spinning and keeps playing the drills in my head. Both overload but in different ways. That’s another reason to get involved and start moving your body in some fashion, while improving your body, your brain and personal safety.
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