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    1. What can I expect?

      We start the class with a warm-up. Usually, it could be a jog, jumping jacks, or agility drills. The goal is to increase cardio endurance and mental stamina. After the warm-up, Coach Adrian will go over what the objectives will be for the class depending on who is present at the time. It could be to concentrate on defense or to learn specific Muay Thai skills. No class is the same, so you always learn something new. Expect that you will strengthen your self-defense skills, have a great workout, and have a good time overall!

 

    1. Do I need to bring anything?

      Please bring boxing/kickboxing gloves if you have them. If not, that’s ok too! Just bring a bottle of water and you’re all set.

 

    1. I’m not exactly in shape. Will I still be ok?

      Of course! All fitness levels are welcome. Feel free to go on your own pace. We only ask that you push yourself a little bit outside of your comfort zone in order to grow. It takes time, but it’s perfectly normal.

 

    1. I don’t want to get hurt. Do I have to spar?

      Sparring in our classes are completely optional. If you do decide to spar, it will be in a controlled environment. The purpose of sparring is to practice techniques learned during class and understand its efficacy during combat. If you have any specific concerns, please let Coach Adrian know.

 

    1. Are all ages welcome?

      Anyone 13+ years old are welcome. We have students from teenagers and young adults to senior citizens. It’s never too late to learn UDS! Teenagers will need a guardian’s permission in order to participate.

 

  1. Do you offer other services besides the weekly classes?

    Yes! We have a Focus Mitts Class where we teach trainers how to effectively hold mitts for clients. We also have a Beginner Series Class where we specialize in perfecting the basic techniques of UDS.