Class Schedule
Our Guide to Training
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New Members
New Members Workshop

LAST FRIDAY Workshops are for new, inexperienced members and must be completed before joining group classes.
4:30-5:30pm Youth Wrestling
6:30-7:30pm Kajukenbo (all ages)
6:30-7:30pm Kickboxing (Boxing, Muay Thai, Lady Dragons)
*Open Mat is for all members

Tiny Dragons (4-5yrs)
Little Dragons (6-9yrs)
Junior Dragons (10-14yrs)
Young Dragons (advance kids)
Kajukenbo MMA (15yrs up)

The Arts
Our diversified Training

Kajukenbo is a traditional mixed martial art from Hawaii. It was created between 1947-49 and continues to evolve. KAJUKENBO is an acronym and stands for KA: Karate, JU:Judo/Jujitsu, KEN: Kenpo, BO: Western and Chinese Boxing (Gung Fu). Our approach to training is both traditional and modern. We practice forms or “katas”, street self-defense techniques and combat sports such as point-fighting, kickboxing, submission grappling, and MMA. We stress the importance of honor, integrity, respect, and discipline . Students train to strengthen and unity their Spirit, Mind, and Body ; The Kajukenbo Trinity.” Since Kajukenbo comes from Hawaii, we train with the spirit of Aloha as one Ohana.

Macalolooy Kajukenbo: 14yrs - Adult
Young Dragons: 8 - 14yrs old (Intermediate & Advance)
Junior Dragons: 10 - 14yrs old
Little Dragons: 6 - 9yrs old
Tiny Dragons: 4 - 5yrs old

-Kajukenbo Membership requires attendance of a White Belt Workshop, held the “Last Friday” of every month 6:30-7:30pm. Sign-up at the front desk.
-Equipment: Kajukenbo Gi, mouthpiece, groin protector (males). Additional sparring equipment needed when ready.

Muay Thai, meaning the Thai Fist, is Thailand’s style of boxing, utilizing eight points of contact. Unlike western boxing, which only uses the fist to strike, Muay Thai also makes use of kicks, elbows, and knee strikes, dubbing it the “Art of Eight Limbs.” In this class students will learn offensive & defensive techniques. They will also learn how to use them effectively in a live situation. Our program includes a 5 level course. This class is a challenging cardiovascular workout.

- Membership requires attendance of a Kickboxing Workshop (for those with no experience), held the “last Friday” of the month from 7:30-8:30pm. Sign-up at the front desk.
- Equipment: Thai shorts, groin protector (males), hand wraps, 16oz gloves, shin guards. Additional for sparring: headgear & mouthpiece

Jiu-Jitsu is a grappling style martial art. It was originally created in Japan, but eventually made its way to Brazil, evolving into what is commonly known as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Jiu-Jitsu promotes the principle that a smaller person can successfully defend themselves against larger, stronger assailants by utilizing leverage and proper technique. Our submission curriculum is in line with Master Baret Yoshida of Und1sputed San Diego. Although the main structure of the class focuses on the fundamentals and principles of no gi Jiu-Jitsu, intertwined with these lessons are also wrestling techniques and concepts used to increase your grappling ability and matt-sense/awareness.

(Requires fight shorts and rash guard)

Our year-round program is designed for youths to learn and compete in folk-style (collegiate), freestyle, and Greco-Roman wrestling. We compete in USA Wrestling and SCWAY tournaments.

- Requires membership cards to USA Wrestling & SCWAY. New wrestlers must also attend a wrestling workshop held on the “last Friday” of the month from 4:30-5:30pm. Sign-up at the front desk.
- Equipment: wrestling shoes & headgear (singlet for competition)

Our USA Boxing program is designed to get our members ready to compete in the ring. However, there are many who are here just for the great cardiovascular workout. Students will learn the fundamentals of proper punching technique, good defense, and counter-offensive strategies, utilizing proper footwork & head movement. Class consists of focus mitt work, heavy bag work, sparring drills, and conditioning.

- Membership requires attendance of a Kickboxing Workshop (for those with no experience), held the “last Friday” of the month from 7:30-8:30pm. Sign-up at the front desk.
- Equipment: hand wraps & 12 oz bag gloves. Additional for sparring: headgear, mouthpiece, no-foul protector, 16oz gloves.

Our Lady Dragons class is a great workout! We focus on fitness while ladies learn real kickboxing combinations on the focus mitts, kicking shields, Thai pads, and heavy bags. This is not your typical aerobics class. You will actually train like a fighter minus the sparring. This class includes interval circuit training and ends with an abdominal blast.

 -Membership requires attendance of a Kickboxing Workshop (for those with no experience), held the “last Friday” of the month from 7:30-8:30pm. Sign-up at the front desk.
-Equipment: hand wraps & 12 oz bag gloves.

The goal and purpose of this weapon-based class is to uncover techniques in self-defense and also perpetuate the Filipino Martial Arts. Class will utilize the espada y daga (short and long stick), single and double garrote (rattan), belok (staff), as well as empty hand techniques. Techniques are blended from Kali, as well as Inayan Eskrima, and Cacoy Doce Pares Eskrima.

Silat, also referred to as Pencak Silat (pen-jock see-lot), is a collective word for the traditional fighting arts that are indigenous to Malaysia, Indonesia and the Southern Philippines, and there are thousands of different systems and styles practiced throughout the Malaysian Archipelago. Silat can be traced as far back as the 8th century A.D. and the art was at the height of its efficiency during the 14th century. It was heavily used in military campaigns by two of Indonesia's vast, ancient powers—the Srivijaya and the Majapahit Empires. This ancient combat system is very fluid and dynamic. It focuses on strategies, tactics and techniques that were originally created for battlefield warfare but have been modified and adapted for modern self-defensive purposes. And while Silat is primarily a bladed art, there is an abundance of unarmed applications that are so effective that they are highly sought after by special law enforcement agencies and the military elite. Some of the characteristics of Silat include but are not limited to striking, locking, trapping, throwing and a plethora of breaking. One of the many specialties of these arts is the ability to maneuver around opponents and counter attack from behind.

The toughest workout you'll ever love! Fusion Fitness was founded with one primary mission: “To help youachieve the ultimate positive change in your body, health, and spirit.” We use some of the best tools for weight loss and you will keep wondering what fantastic workout is next; combining tools such as Kettlebells, TRX, indoor/outdoor, and body weight. Through teamwork and camaraderie, a motivated and energetic group environment is created, where each member rises to their individual potential - accountable to their own fitness goals. We motivate but don't intimidate. We help you succeed in ways you couldn't succeed onyour own.

(M/W/F 5:30am, Monday through Friday 12-1pm & T/TH 5:30pm)