Arts classes in Frederick Maryland [Art Workshops]

Arts classes in Frederick Maryland

The Fort Martial Arts Training Program, with 20+ classes per week, is a curriculum that blends traditional and contemporary martial arts, with a focus on personal self defense. Soldierfit Martial Arts is an accredited program in association with Evolve Academy of Martial Arts and Master Mike Moses.

As a student, you'll gain self confidence, leadership development, and valuable life skills, in addition to learning how to resolve conflicts through non-violent resolution. Our program will provide you with a safe, friendly and fun environment to develop a comprehensive skill set to protect yourself.

Our Program

The Soldierfit Martial Arts program is divided into two disciplines; Personal Defense System and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. In addition we offer a children's martial art program for kids between 5 and 12 years of age.

(PDS) Personal Defense System
PDS is a system of personal defense with a strong emphasis on Muay Thai Kickboxing. Muay Thai has separated itself from other striking arts due to its practicality and overwhelming success in mixed martial arts competition. It involve punches, kicks, knees, and elbows. In our program you will learn the basics of the Muay Thai, in a safe and gradual manner. In addition to striking, students will learn practical self defense techniques and how to apply these to real life situations. Students can pursue contact sparring after reaching the level of green belt, but will never be required to spar while learning the art.

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