Temporary COVID-19 Limited Schedule MONDAY 6 AM No-Gi Submission Grappling 10:30 AM Kickboxing 5:30 PM Youth Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (Gi Uniform) 5:30 PM Cardio Kickboxing/Combat Conditioning (Fitness) 6:30 PM No-Gi Submission Grappling 6:30 PM Kickboxing TUESDAY 10:30 AM Gi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu 5:30 PM Wrestling Drills 5:30 PM Cardio Kickboxing/Combat Conditioning (Fitness) 6:30 PM Boxing 6:30 PM MMA Fight Team WEDNESDAY 6 AM Gi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu 10:30 AM Boxing 5:30 PM Youth Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (No-Gi Uniform) 5:30 PM Cardio Kickboxing/Combat Conditioning (Fitness) 6:30 PM Gi Brazilan Jiu-Jitsu 6:30 PM Fight Team Boxing Sparring THURSDAY 10:30 AM No-Gi Submission Grappling 5:30 PM Cardio Kickboxing/Combat Conditioning (Fitness) 6:30 PM Kickboxing 6:30 PM No-Gi Submission Grappling FRIDAY 6 AM No-Gi Submission Grappling (April through September) or Gi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (October through March) 10:30 AM Kickboxing 10:30 AM Gi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu 5:30 PM Catch Wrestling 5:30 PM Cardio Kickboxing/Combat Conditioning (Fitness) 6:30 PM Gi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu SATURDAY 10:30 AM No-Gi Submission Grappling 11 AM Youth Kickboxing 12 PM Noon Boxing 1 PM Fight Team Kickboxing Sparring SUNDAY 11 AM Gi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu 11 AM MMA Fight Team Noon Open Mat (All Gyms Welcome): Gi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a grappling based martial art that supports the idea that a smaller person can effectively defend themselves against any attacker, regardless of size, by using proper leverage techniques. This concept was perfected by Master Hélio Gracie and revolutionized the world of Martial Arts as it became universally recognized as the leading form of martial art for self-defense for all practitioners. Jiu-jitsu involves grappling positions, transitions, and submission holds. Submission Grappling is based on the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu concepts without the traditional GI uniform (shorts & t-shirt/rashguard uniform instead).
All classes are open to students of all levels, though there are some with the “Fundamentals” emphasized on the schedule that are perfect for newer students. We also have a “Grappling Competition Class” that helps the students get ready for gi and no-gi grappling tournaments with more emphasis on drilling and competition style-sparring.
Submission Grappling is based on Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu concept without the traditional GI.
Boxing/Kickboxing at RSMMA combines the concepts of traditional Muay Thai Kickboxing and Western Boxing (along with some techniques from other martial arts). At RSMMA, we teach proper offensive and defensive striking techniques in such a manner that the student has the ability to develop their own unique style of striking. RSMMA ensures safety when practicing these striking based martial arts by requiring all students to wear proper training gear that meets RSMMA standards.
Wrestling is a form of grappling and one of the original Olympic events. RSMMA’s wrestling program has developed its own unique style of this art form that’s structured around what is useful for self-defense, MMA, and grappling competitions focusing on mainly takedown offense and defense.
Combat Fitness is a class designed to get the students a great workout and burn calories. We will mix boxing/kickboxing/mma bag work with basic fitness movements (bodyweight exercises, ball tosses, battle ropes, etc.) to get the student in great shape. No sparring or contact will be involved.
Cardio kickboxing is a class designed to get the students a great workout and burn calories, with some emphasis on technique without the contact of a normal kickboxing class. The class will mix hitting bags and pads with basic fitness movements to get the student in great shape without the stresses of technique mastery and sparring.
MMA Techniques & Drilling:
Mixed Martial Arts competitions like the UFC are very popular and great way to test your martial arts ability. These classes are open to students that have at least an intermediate level of striking and grappling, though you don’t have to be a competitive fighter to participate. We will learn and drill techniques that add striking to our grappling, mixing our stand-up boxing/kickboxing with our wrestling, etc. just like you see in MMA. MMA sparring gloves and mouth guards are required for most classes, but boxing gloves and shin guards will be needed occasionally.