1. What Does Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Mean? How About Muay Thai?

      It’s interesting how words become commonplace in the English language. Grow up around the word cul-de-sac and you never question why it’s called that. (It’s French for “bottom of the bag,” by the way.) The same goes for many of the martial arts disciplines that are out there. The first time you see the words jiu jitsu on the window of a strip mall, you might think them funny. But afte…Read More

  2. Why Kids Love Martial Arts Classes So Much

      We all know that most kids have a blast when they’re in a martial arts class. While it’s a structured environment, it’s also a place where kids can be kids, which means learning, movement, and interaction with other kids their age. Have you ever stopped to question why kids are prone to enjoying martial arts classes? We have some ideas. They Have The Power Back when Mattel was developing…Read More

  3. 5 Reasons Martial Arts Classes Make a Great Gift For the Holidays

    Now that the Thanksgiving turkey has been eaten (including the leftovers), the rest of the holiday season is here bring with it a number of gift-giving holidays. If you’re one of the Black Friday shoppers, you might have been done by 3:00 pm on Friday and spent the weekend after wrapping presents. You’re done with shopping! But if you’re like most people, you’ll be searching for gifts up u…Read More

  4. Lesser-Known Benefits of Taking a Martial Arts Class

    In our most recent blog we discussed some of the ways that joining a martial arts class will affect your body. First and foremost, we discussed the fact that martial arts offer a full-body workout that you simply don’t get from most other sports. Then we went on to mention that such a workout almost always leads to weight loss...unless you replace that fat with muscle, because muscle weighs more…Read More

  5. How Muay Thai Fighting Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Training Affects Your Body

    While Muay Thai Kickboxing and BJJ might be known more as forms of self-defense for many people, they can also be explored as a sport. After all, there’s training, coaching, practicing, and competitions. And like most sports, martial arts training can actually help your body out in many ways, and the more you participate, your better you’ll get better at the martial art itself. Let’s take a …Read More

  6. A Few More Reasons Why Weaponless Martial Arts Training Is Superior

    In our most recent blog we talked about why weaponless martial arts is so important. While there are certainly some martial arts that focus on weapons, more often than not it just makes sense to be able to fight with your legs and feet rather than with a weapon. As we detailed last time, you can’t drop your martial art as you can a knife or gun, and no one can confiscate it from you at the airpo…Read More

  7. Diving Into Our Martial Arts Fitness Training

    Here at SubForce, we realize that not everyone is tournament-bound when it comes to our Muay Thai or BJJ classes. Some people are simply in our classes in order to get more limber, increase their heart rate, and have that time every week where they could let off steam. That’s why we created Hybrid Fitness, a class that combines all of the workout aspects of our martial arts classes with addition…Read More