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Muay Thai, directly translated to Thai Boxing, is a combat sport from Thailand. Using stand-up striking as well as clinching techniques, the fighters combine fists, elbows, knees and shins to bring their opponent down, this “eight points of contact” is where the nickname “The Art of Eight Limbs” comes from.

At Monarchy MMA we teach everything from the basics of Muay Thai, where you’ll learn how to strike and defend yourself...

Producing some of the most famous athletes in history, boxing is a very popular combat sport that’s been around for many years.

In the modern version of the sport, two evenly matched fighters go head to head attempting to land as many punches on their opponents upper body and head, while at the same time defending against their opponent’s strikes.

The fighters usually wear padded gloves for protection, and in...

MMA

MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) is one of the fastest growing spectator sports currently. Being a hybrid of various disciplines including boxing, Muay Thai, jiu jitsu, wrestling, karate, judo and many more, the fighters can strike, grapple, either standing or on the ground and take down their opponent inside a cage (octagon). The fight is  won by submission, knock-out or by referee decision in the event the fight lasts the given rounds.

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Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, or BJJ as it’s commonly known, is a ground fighting discipline that is thought to be one of the most difficult martial arts to master.

The concept behind BJJ is that a smaller and weaker fighter can defend and win against a larger opponent. Using ground techniques, leverage, joint locks and chokeholds, the smaller fighter can force their opponent into submission.

This technique of...

Our Krav Maga (Self-Defense) classes at Monarchy MMA consist mainly of Krav Maga training, a modern and dynamic martial art that focuses on self defense.

Originally developed for the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF), Krav Maga is a combination of techniques that come from wrestling, boxing, Judo, Aikido and karate; along with real life scenario training.

The aim of Krav maga is to teach you how to defend yourself...

No-Gi Jiu Jitsu or Submission Wrestling is the modernized form of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ). A Gi is the traditional uniform worn in BJJ, whereas in the No-Gi variation, you wear a rash guard and shorts causing variations in the techniques as you cannot grip your opponents uniform. It’s a mash-up of BBJ, Wrestling, Sambo, Judo and many other ground disciplines into one style.

Due to it being slightly more fast paced, the...

Our Strength & Conditioning program at Monarchy MMA provides a fast, effective High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) workout.

The classes can be delivered on a one-to-one basis in a private class, in small groups where students organise their friends to join, or in a traditional group class setting.

Each workout offers 30 to 45 minutes of HIIT circuit type exercises that adapt to the fitness level of...

At Monarchy MMA, we believe that it’s never too early to start training, hence we offer classes for the little ones. The classes consist of Boxing, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ), Wrestling and we’ll soon be adding Muay Thai to the list.

The kids enjoy some time with new and old friends in a controlled environment all while learning new skills which will help with coordination, discipline and relieving some of that pent up energy...

Practiced worldwide, Freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestling is one of the oldest sport on the planet and has been an Olympic recognised sport since 1896. Greco-Roman wrestlers use only their upper bodies and arms while Freestyle wrestlers can use any part of their body.

The fighters wrestle on a mat and the bout lasting for two rounds of three minutes each. To win, a wrestler must hold down both shoulders of his opponent to the...