Frequently Asked Questions

Before visiting Warrior Martial Arts we wanted you to be well informed about who we are and what we do. If you have any further questions please feel free to Contact Us and one of our team will be happy to help.

 
 
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What do you Teach at Warrior Martial Arts?

We started as a Traditional Wado Ryu Karate School back in the early 90's. Later, as our students and instructors began competing more we introduced more Kickboxing into our Syllabus and classes. 

Today, Warrior Martial Arts teaches a great hybrid of Kickboxing and Karate. Providing all the benefits of both disciplines. Students can take gradings in Kickboxing, which are recognised by WAKO. The worlds largest Kickboxing Organisation. 

Click here for a run down of our different classes and more information on what is taught.

 


What Does a Typical Lesson Involve?

Our classes are full of variety depending on the focus of that weeks sessions. However over the years we have created a blueprint for how we run the sessions that helps us to clearly lay out the focus for each lesson. 

Classes typically start with a warm up. This can include bodyweight fitness exercises as well as cardiovascular training. We then move into the main body of the lesson which, depending on the week, could be bag work, pad drills, sparring, self defence, line work or a combination of elements. Class finishes with a cool down and stretching period! Occasionally throwing in Meditation and Yoga practices. 

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Am I Fit Enough To Train At Warrior Martial Arts?

Our Martial Arts Classes are suitable for Men, Women and Children. We accept students from the age of 4 up to the age of 65.

Regardless of your fitness level, or if you have any previous martial arts experience we have a class for you. This includes the experienced martial artist looking to expand their knowledge and skills.

Martial Arts training is a great way to get into shape as well as a host of other benefits to you and your family.