Storm Family Martial Arts

Kickboxing, Tae Kwon Do, Karate, Fight SMART System, Self Defence.

The Fight SMART System

The Fight SMART System is easy to learn as it is based on instinctual moves and it is ruthlessly efficient. Training in the Fight SMART System gives the practitioner a heightened sense of awareness, increased self confidence and real life tools to handle threats from would be attackers.

The syllabus is comprehensive, challenging and highly rewarding.

If you’re interested in learning an effective self defence system, come and join our beginner martial arts classes in Bracknell, Warfield, Maidenhead and Windsor.

The Fight SMART System incorporates techniques from multiple martial arts styles, including:

– Muay Thai Boxing / Kickboxing

Muay Thai Boxing is known for its tremendous power, maximum efficiency, and raw simplicity. Often referred to as the “Art of Eight Limbs”, Muay Thai utilizes kicks, punches, knees, and elbows with fluidity and grace.

Muay Thai is now one of the most well-known and practiced martial arts in the world. It has proven to be highly effective and is the most common striking art in the vastly popular, fast growing sport of Mixed Martial Arts and the UFC.

– Krav Maga

A self protection system from Israel designed to enable ordinary men and women to protect themselves in the shortest time possible.  It was first developed by the Israeli army back in the 1940s and has since become popular across the globe.

– Western Boxing

Often overlooked by many as a sport, Western Boxing is must for anyone serious about self defence as dealing with an aggressive attacker throwing punches is one of the top priorities in that situation.  Boxing drills teach us how to stand, move and evade punches as well as deliver our own powerful and accurate punches.

– Filipino Boxing

Unlike Western Boxing, Filipino Boxing is most definitely not a sport.  Instead it is a street oriented fighting system where techniques have not been adapted for safety or to comply with a set of rules.  It is often called “Dirty Boxing” as it includes elbows, headbutts, shoudler strikes and limb destruction.

– Jeet Kune Do

Usually shortened to ‘JKD’ it can be translated from Cantonese to “The Way Of The Intercepting Fist”.  JKD was created by Bruce Lee back in the 1960s and is also a hybrid of many different martial arts.

– Eskrima

Also called Arnis or Kali this is the national sport and martial art of the Philippines.  It is famous for being a weapons based system using sticks and knives however it also includes empty hand techniques, grappling and disarms (taking a weapon from an attacker).

– Jiu Jitsu

Although we try to avoid going to the ground at all costs in a self defence situation, it is a possible scenario we may encounter.  Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a martial art that focuses on grappling with a strong emphasis on ground fighting.  By studying this we can learn to protect ourselves on the ground and learn how to get back to our feet.

– Real Combat System

A pure self defence martial art developed by Geoff Thompson, Matty Evans and Tony Somers with a focus on pressure testing or ‘reality training’ to ensure students can experience some of the psychological stress when dealing with an aggressive attacker.

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