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Beginners MMA

Brand new to MMA and just want to get started?  Join in our 6 weeks Beginners MMA Course, for 12 sessions combining striking and grappling, to enable you to transition into our Cardiff MMA Classes.

Starts on 12th October 2021.  6 weeks – Tuesday evenings 7.15 pm and Saturday mornings 9:00 am.

Choose the Beginners MMA Course below, and sign up!


Remember, getting started in MMA as a total novice can be an exciting and rewarding journey. Here are a few steps to help you begin your MMA training:

1. Find a Good Gym: Look for a reputable MMA gym in your area with experienced instructors who can provide proper guidance and training. Visit a few gyms to get a feel for the environment and the instructors before making a decision.

2. Start with the Basics: As a beginner, it’s essential to focus on learning the fundamentals of MMA, including striking, grappling, and wrestling techniques. Be patient with yourself and take the time to master the basics before moving on to more advanced techniques.  Book onto our course and learn the correct way.

3. Invest in Quality Gear: Invest in a good pair of MMA gloves, hand wraps, mouthguard, and comfortable workout clothing such as a rash guard. Having the right gear will not only protect you during training but also help you perform at your best.

4. Stay Consistent: Consistency is key to making progress in MMA. Try to attend classes regularly and practice outside of the gym to improve your skills and conditioning. I can’t stress this enough!

5. Listen to Your Body: MMA training can be physically demanding, so it’s important to listen to your body and take rest when needed. Don’t push yourself too hard, especially in the beginning, to avoid injuries.

6. Set Realistic Goals: Set achievable goals for yourself, whether it’s mastering a specific technique, improving your conditioning, or eventually competing in amateur bouts. Having clear goals will help keep you motivated and focused.

7. Embrace the Learning Process: Remember that everyone starts as a beginner, and it’s okay to make mistakes and learn from them. Stay open to feedback from your instructors and training partners to continually improve.

8. Be Patient and Persistent: Progress in MMA takes time, so be patient with yourself and stay persistent in your training. Celebrate small victories along the way, and keep pushing forward.

9. Respect Your Training Partners: MMA is a combat sport that requires respect for your training partners. Always spar and train with safety in mind, and treat your fellow practitioners with respect.

10. Have Fun: Most importantly, have fun with your training! MMA is not only a great way to stay in shape but also an opportunity to learn new skills and meet like-minded individuals.

Remember that everyone starts somewhere, and with dedication and perseverance, you can progress in MMA as a total novice.

Good luck on your MMA journey!

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