Mixed Martial Arts Program, Judo, Jujitsu and Karate/Kickboxing
The perfect class to begin training in the combined arts of Judo, Jujitsu and Karate/Kickboxing.
What can I expect for my first time?
Most adults who inquire about Mixed Martial Arts are searching for a program to begin training in the combined arts of Judo, Jujitsu and Karate/Kickboxing. We recommend that everyone start out with our introductory program in the general beginner adult classes. At most locations, you can sample all 3 classes in one art, or try each art to see what you prefer.
What can you tell me about the introductory program?
This program includes 3 beginner adult classes, an orientation, and a new student uniform! It is a great chance to try it out and actually take the beginner classes with all the other beginner adults. Our classes are small, usually 8 or less in the beginner group. Our instructors have trained for many years as teachers so that they make adults feel comfortable and safe in the classes. After all, very few adults like to be a beginner at anything. We'll do our best to have you enjoy the classes and get a workout that is right for your body conditioning. Every class is a bit like having a personal training session.
At the first appointment we would start with an orientation. It will take about 15 minutes. Then we will fit you for your new uniform and guide you right into the group general beginner adult class. We have locker rooms where you can change and you will be barefoot in the group class.
These general classes are the introduction to the stand-up arts as well as the blocks used in Jujitsu. Our general program is a mixed program that will guide you into all of the arts of Judo, Jujitsu and Karate/Kickboxing.
What if I am more interested in Jujitsu or Judo?
Most adults still start out by taking the general introductory program. Our general martial arts class offers an introduction to Karate, Judo and Jujitsu. As you progress from beginner to intermediate, you may want to attend Judo/Jujitsu/Grappling specific classes. All of these classes are meant to supplement a good general program, although we do have a few people who decide to take only one of these arts.
What can I expect from the beginner level Judo/Jujitsu/Grappling classes?
Beginner students will participate in some simple falling instruction and learning to some of the very basics of judo and jujitsu technique. Some drill type work will be offered to you in the first class, along with a bit of watching the more experienced students.
Does Karate International have facilities for changing clothes?
We have nice locker rooms with plenty of room to change clothes and get ready for class.
Best Karate School in the area. Real community feel, instructors really take the time to focus on your learning and switch teaching strategies to cater to your learning style. Very good martial arts program and diverse in exposure to different martial arts. Very knowledgeable staff.