FAQs

What systems do you teach?

Striking. Grappling. Edged Weapons. Multiple Opponents. Functional Fitness.

It isn’t about how much you “know”.  It’s about what you can do under pressure, correctly, without thinking. You will be trained in multiple disciplines in both attack and defense.

Our proprietary curriculum is a step by step, paint-by-numbers, logical system. It is completely unique and World-Class. Principles, tools, concepts and techniques will be taught from multiple disciplines including Jun Fan Gung Fu - Jeet Kune Do, Giron / Bahala Na Arnis Escrima, Pukulan Pentjak Silat, Muay Thai, Wing Chun and more. What is more important is that our progressive curriculum keeps it all together, simplified and allows you to study at home, as a supplement to your class time.
 

I’m not that big or strong, will this work for me?  

Yes, you will learn the difference between striking and grappling for sport or combat, and how to deal with larger opponents. By training you will increase your power, speed, endurance and explosiveness.
 

But I heard this or that system is the best for girls, ladies, me, etc.

"Israeli Military Combatives", MMA, you name it.  Our staff has over 50 years of martial arts experience training military, law enforcement, first responders, martial artists, kids and moms. We have seen dozens of “the best self defense” systems. If there was something better, we’d be doing it.
 

Do you teach kids?

While our group classes are ideal for those 13-14 years old or older, we also offer private, focused personal lessons for all ages. Contact us with your situation for details.
 

Why train in the Garage?

As a good martial arts group grows, the natural progression is a big martial arts school.  However, most great Martial Arts groups start in the Garage before they became big businesses. The famous Gracie Garage, Dan Inosanto's Back Yard Group Circa 1970's, Grand Master Emeritus Leo Giron's Basement.  Listen to the senior students carefully. They reminisce about the Good Old Days when the classes were small and personal, training was solid, personalized, tough and realistic, and the group was a family. Each student had a personal relationship with everyone else in the group, and the Group Leaders knew everyone's name. This is how Authentic Martial Arts and Combat Sciences were meant to be taught. Welcome to Old School Quality.
 

How much training do I need to protect myself?

This really depends on what you are looking for from your training. How prepared do you want to be? How confident? Are you worried about a school yard bully or an aggravated assault by a recent State Penal System Graduate? We would recommend as much training as you can make happen. A better question might be, "How often should I be training?”  
 

How often should I be training?

If you really want results, you'll need Discipline to be On-Time for class and be Consistent in showing up. There simply is no other way. 

Be in class at least 2-3 times per week, minimum. Be on-time.  Make time for practicing at home using our proprietary training workbook. Discipline is showing up 5 min early for class (being early *is* being "on time") and do not miss class unless it's an emergency. The only way to get anywhere in life with anything is to be disciplined about your goals.  Training on and off is as frustrating as that diet you worked so hard at...just to gain the weight back again when you let your foot off the gas. 

What are your prices?

We have the best pricing and overall value you will find, anywhere. Contact us for details.
 

How do I get started?

Contact us today to RSVP and schedule your two FREE trail classes.