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Programs

Classes Monday-Saturday
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Youth MMA & BJJ
Ages 5-12

6 Levels Apopka kids programs are an innovative children’s martial arts program that was specifically designed to challenge and develop the skills of kids and preteen children. This program targets the characteristics of youth as well as preteens, and utilizes those characteristics to help them develop physically, emotionally, socially, and intellectually. The best part about their development is they’re learning and developing through martial arts training. Your child will build dynamic mixed martial arts capabilities, while gaining confidence and self-esteem. Martial Arts is a fantastic springboard for future success!

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Teen MMA & BJJ
Ages 13-18

Teens will learn that there is a time and a place for martial arts training. The program integrates; self-defense techniques, conditioning and skill oriented training. 6 Levels Apopka has been designed to build a strong foundation of athletic and motivational skills that apply in and out of the gym. Classes will consist of live grappling and with the coaches and parents approval, sparring when ready.

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Adult MMA & BJJ

Mixed Martial Arts (commonly referred to as “MMA”) is a sport (popularized by the UFC), in which two competitors attempt to defeat each other by utilizing a wide variety of techniques, including striking and grappling. California Mixed Martial Arts has become one of LA’s most talked about leading academies.

Gracies Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (“BJJ”) is one of 6 Levels Apopka core training programs. The premise of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is that a smaller, weaker person can defeat a stronger and larger opponent, through leverage and proper technique.

 

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is primarily a ground-fighting art, where the practitioner’s train in a gi or “kimono”. The gi is typically composed of a heavy cotton jacket, reinforced drawstring trousers, and a belt which communicates rank. This is similar to what is worn in Judo. We also train “NOGI” as well. This is without the traditional uniform.

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