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Mixed martial arts (MMA) combines techniques from all combat styles to create a complete fighting system. Our MMA program at Unite, is comprised of four key elements of MMA: Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Boxing and Wrestling. Many would argue this makes Mixed Martial Arts the best self-defence system, when combined these programs offer the perfect mix of Combat Sports and gives each student the conditioning and technical skill necessary to compete in MMA


MMA is the most complete fighting system as an experienced Mixed Martial Artist is comfortable anywhere a fight goes. They can fight on the ground, in the clinch, and standing up. They understand submissions and can defend against and execute them.


For those with goals that are not aligned with competing, MMA is still a great self defence tool and a way of building confidence, self discipline and fitness.


Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) is a grappling-based martial art and combat sport that focuses on ground fighting and submission holds. BJJ is a component of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and is known for its efficiency in real-world self-defence situations. It also emphasizes joint locks, chokeholds, and other submission holds to defeat an opponent. BJJ practitioners strive to gain an advantageous position and then apply a variety of techniques to force an opponent to submit or become incapacitated. It can be practiced in both self-defence and sport contexts. then realize that the only way to improve is to continuously work on it everyday and remind yourself that you have a lot to learn. By taking it one step at a time and acknowledging your achievements, who knows how far you’ll go?


No Gi is a great style if you want to develop a strong grappling offence. It teaches you how to mix BJJ with wrestling techniques to put strong pressure on your opponents. You will spend a lot of time learning how to use balance, hand positioning, and body mechanics.


This is very useful when it comes to preparing for MMA matches as the action is much faster in No Gi and the rolling sessions are often exhausting. This will certainly improve your cardio and endurance after just a few months of training.


No Gi is also beneficial in improving explosiveness and speed.  

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