Triton Fight Center Piet Wilhelm Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Martial Arts Black Belt Conditioning Judo Muay Thai
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Monday, Wednesday, & Friday - 5:30pm to 6:30pm
Our Little Warrior’s program is designed to give children between the ages of 4 and 12 the confidence and abilities not just in martial arts, but also in their daily lives. By training effective techniques repetitively, our students are able to defend themselves with complete self-control while still being able to think of the next step; thus giving them an edge in self-defense situation.
Prepare your child for bullies...
According to the National Education Association, 160,000 kids miss school every day out of fear of bullies.
in 2002, the U.S. Secret Service concluded that bullying played a significant role in the majority of school shootings.
Studies show that adults who were bullied as children have higher levels of depression and lower self-esteemthan those who weren't.
...Prepare your child for life!!!
With our bully proof curriculum we instill confidence by teaching your child how to protect themselves from over aggressive kids. We reinforce discipline by rewarding hard work with belt promotions. Each promotion will reinforce your child's commitment to achieving meaningful results through hard work and discipline - characteristics that will serve them in all areas of life! Our program will also show that fitness can be fun. Most kids do not like formal exercise, but they do like to play. We carefully combined physical activity with exciting mental stimulation to keep kids focused throughout the lessons. They have fun and get in shape at the same time.
Mat time, consistency, and repetition. You do not have to be strong or a super athlete. You don't have to be big. If you put the time in, train regularly, and drill your techniques until they are as natural as breathing, then you will go far. The most important thing in your Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training is showing up. We can teach you all the technique there is to know, but you won't master those techniques until you've drilled them a thousand times. Put your time in on the mat and you will see results; you will get better. There is no secret formula or crazy strategy. It is simple: like any sport or athletic activity, practice makes perfect.
The Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu ranking system is composed of five levels: white, blue, purple, brown, and black. Between each level from white to brown a student must earn four stripes, marking their progress. As a student becomes more advanced, they will spend more time on each level. This journey is not fast, and it is especially not easy. The title of Black-Belt is reserved for the few who stay committed and dedicated to their training. The title is earned.
This easy to follow 1 hour class that allows an individual to come in and practice techniques under the supervision of a qualified instructor that is going to walk a student step by step through the moves required to set up submissions, sweeps, take downs, transitions, and more. The class allows individuals of all stages in the game. Either beginner or advance- You will benefit from fundamentals!!!
Friday - 6:30pm to 8pm
Saturday - 11am to 12:30pm
You can never take away from a good foundation and fundamentals. As Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu evolves, we have to take a realistic approach to new and innovative styles that emerge.
Our Modern Jiu-Jitsu class is great for competitors or anyone looking to take their game to another level.
Sunday - 12noon to 1pm
You will find that in most of our classes at Triton there is a variety of men and women in all the classes. People of different experience level will often train with one another to facilitate progression.
Having at least on day of the week where more than 30 women can get together provides the ladies with a unique opportunity. There is benefits training with the opposite gender, but this class allows them to feel more at ease with one another giving them a sense of reality when it comes to competition.
Tuesday & Thursday
Club ID: 18684 Club: Triton Fight Center
Judo is many things to different people. It is a fun sport, an art, a discipline, a recreational or social activity, a fitness program, a means of self-defense or combat, and a way of life. It is all of these and more.
Kodokan Judo comes to us from the fighting system of feudal Japan. Founded in 1882 by Dr. Jigoro Kano, Judo is a refinement of the ancient martial art of Jujutsu. Dr. Kano, President of the University of Education, Tokyo, studied these ancient forms and integrated what he considered to be the best of their techniques into what is now the modern sport of Judo.
Judo was introduced into the Olympic Games in 1964 and is practiced by millions of people throughout the world today. People practice Judo to excel in competition, to stay in shape, to develop self-confidence, and for many other reasons. But most of all, people do Judo just for the fun of it.
The belt and ranking system of Judo is similar to that of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. This is for very good reason as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu had spawned from Judo in the early twentieth century when Judo expert Mitsuyo Maeda moved to Brazil. He would teach the Gracie family Judo, which would turn into Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. For that reason, the ranking system in both Judo and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu are very similar to each other.
Tuesday & Thursday
Muay Thai is known as "King of the Ring" in kickboxing circles. Muay Thai features punches, kicks, elbows, knees, and standing grappling to wear down and knock out their opponent. Thai training methods develop devastating power, speed and superb cardiovascular endurance as well as fighting spirit. Muay Thai training is also quite safe thanks to sophisticated pad training that evolved to keep fighters healthy between fights. Muay Thai has also proven very effective outside the ring and has been embraced enthusiastically by practitioners of a variety of self-defense, sporting, military and law enforcement activities.
Our instructors are dedicated to providing our students with the most complete and well rounded training program to bring you into the best shape of your life or prepare you for Muay Thai or Mixed Martial Arts events.
Tuesday & Thursday
In order to improve your game you need technique, theory and principals that will unleash your ability and allow you to make steady progress.
The NO-GI Jiu-Jitsu (Submission Wrestling) class is probably the oldest program that our curriculum has to offer. It is a combination of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Catch Wrestling, Judo, Sambo, Pankration, Shooto, Luta Livre, and grappling.
The class is ideal for those that would rather train strickly out of the gi (uniform) even though it will also benefit the gi players too. Most of our serious MMA fighters and NO-GI competitors come in during these hours to refine their skills.
Monday, Wednesday, & Friday - 12noon to 1pm
Monday thru Friday evenings - 5:30pm to 6:15pm
Our Semper Fit program is a strength and conditioning class that helps prepare our members for overall better performance.
Many of our athletes that are involved in our conditioning program are martial artist, police officers, and military. This is not to say that it is not for someone who is looking to get into shape. The training is unique and nothing like a regular workout. In time our athletes go off to compete in 5Ks, 10Ks, marathons, and triathlons coming out in the top ten.
Our martial artist use the program to excel in their matches. The speed and agility is a huge part of their training which they may need for long term endurance.
We use two formats. TABATA & FIGHT GONE BAD.
TABATA- For 20 seconds, complete as many reps of a given exercise (sit ups, pull-ups, pushups, etc.) as possible. Then rest for 10 seconds and repeat this seven more times for a total of eight intervals.
FIGHT GONE BAD - It was designed to simulate the time domain of a mixed martial arts bout of five minutes of work followed by one minute of rest. It has been used in 3 and 5 round versions.
Open Mat/Open Gym
Friday - 11am - 1pm
Sunday - 1pm to 3pm
Although we have the listed hour above for this session, the gym and mat spaces are always available during regular training hours just as long as it does not interrupt a scheduled program.
We ask that you return all pieces of equipment after use.