Boxing: Called the “Sweet Science” and the “Manly art of Self-Defense” Boxing provides the core art for all BMA programs. The defense and mobility learned in boxing is superior to all other striking systems
American Kickboxing: Includes elements of muay Thai (elbow/knee/clinch), Original American Kickboxing, Jun Fan Kickboxing, K1 style and MMA style adaptations. Kickboxing methods include bag work, focus pad training and sparring.
Dirty Boxing: Also defined as stand up grappling, Trapboxing and Clinch Fighting. Most fights enter the clinch range. The successful fighter must display skill in Dirty Boxing. Best use is street-ready self-defense.
Submissions Boxing: Specializing in the MMA style Ground and Pound methods and including ground submissions skills adapted from Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, Japanese Judo Jiu-Jitsu.
Chinese Boxing: Scientific Street boxing designed by Bruce Lee for personal expression in self-defense.
Filipino Boxing: A proven total body self-defense method incorporating stick, knife, and empty hands aka Kali/Escrima/Arnis.