Bushido Provides a Complete Self-Defense System An Open Mind Cross Training has been proven to be superior to single-style based systems in realistic fighting situations. REALISM is an important aspect of Bushido training, meaning that outdated or ineffective techniques are not taught. Only those techniques and training principles that have been proven effective in realistic situations are included in the program. There are many "traditional" methods of training that are outdated or have simply been proven wrong! Martial Arts and self-defense as well as everything else must evolve. However, many instructors continue to teach their students these obsolete techniques because of tradition.
Judo and Jiu-jitsu
-Monday and Wednesday, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
-Friday, 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
In Brazil, Vale Tudo means, “anything goes.” In our NHB/MMA class we combine the best aspects of stand up and ground fighting into one extreme fighting style. In this class we show you how to put it all together: the standing strikes with the throws and ground work. Vale Tudo incorporates grappling submissions with striking on the ground with knees and elbows. We incorporate all aspects of BJJ, Judo, Muay Thai, Kickboxing, Combat Grappling and Free Style Fighting into one effective fighting system.
The true difference between Martial Arts and street fighting is the “anything” can and will happen on the street. There are no rules. In this class we try to prepare you and train you for that, to deal with the unexpected. Training for real street fighting and self-defense situations requires specialty training. In this class we incorporate training with weapons, multiple attackers, and many unexpected situations you may have to deal with.
-Fridays, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM