Class Times

Classes are held three nights a week. Doors open at 6pm.

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Tuesdays / Thursdays – Stand-up Fighting

Doors open at 6pm. Class begins promptly at 6:15pm and ends at 7:15. We typically begin with a 15-20 minute workout followed by drills involving punching, kicking, clinch fighting, and occasionally takedowns & grappling.

Wednesdays – Weapons & Ground Fighting

Doors open at 6pm for Weapons class. Class begins promptly at 6:15pm and ends at 7:00. Class will focus on stick and knife drills, patterns, and sparring. Students are encouraged to purchase their own stick sparring gear, though a limited supply of rental gear is available. Ground Fighting class begins at 7:00pm and ends at 7:45. Class consists of grappling & Jiu Jitsu drills and free-rolling. Students may participate with or without a Gi.

Additional free classes available to UMA Students

Saturdays – Combat Conditioning

On Saturday mornings, UMA students and their friends & families are welcome to join us for combat conditioning workouts. Doors open at 9:00am and the workout begins promptly at 9:30. First-time attendees are encouraged to arrive at least 15 minutes early to learn proper kettlebell and TRX technique. Workouts are planned based on total RSVP’s: attendees must register in advance by emailing the instructor or signing up online each week by 6:00pm on Friday. Be sure to check the calendar in advance.

Fridays – Volunteer at Max Higbee Rec Center

Students are encouraged to share their passion for the martial arts and be of service to their community. This session is bi-monthly and is held on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month. To learn more, read about UMA’s adaptive martial arts program.

Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.

Anais Nin
Testimonial

I had taken a basic self-defense class a few years before coming to Unbridled, and had always wanted to learn more. My friend wanted to try it too so we started training together, which was great because we could partner together for drills and be at the same knowledge level.
I am a very visual learner, and Rob’s teaching style works very well for me. At the start of each training there is some cardio and strength warm-up, which can be challenging, but you can always go at your own pace until you adjust to the routine. Rob explains new skills to the group and then often demonstrates them before having students try them out. Each lesson builds logically on past material. As a new student you get a lot of one-on-one teaching to help you master the basics first before you get thrown into drills.
The atmosphere at Unbridled is serious, but more casual and fun than the regimented environment at traditional martial arts studios might be. Rob is always happy to answer questions that come up during training or help if you can’t quite get a skill, as are students who have been around for a while. I joined wanting to build the skills to defend myself and those around me (I swear by being prepared for anything!) and in just a couple of months I felt much closer to that goal. Training is physically challenging and will make you stronger and more fit as well. Unbridled Martial Arts is an AMAZING value, if you’re on the fence about trying it, do it!

~ Hanifah McGovern, Executive Assistant

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