5 Elements MMA and fitness collectively teach martial arts and fitness, and the lessons we teach are too valuable to allow anybody to fall behind. Being fit of body, mind and spirit should be available to all people regardless of age, gender, race, social status, or health and physical ability. That is the purpose of 5 Elements MMA and Fitness. We provide programs that give all people a chance to excel at being who they truly are inside and outside of the gym walls.

5 Elements takes 5 components to create 5 pieces of a whole; each element is unique on its own and works together in conjunction with the other elements to allow a plan to come together. The 5 Elements system is based off of a book called the Book of Five Rings by Musashi Miyamoto, an undefeated Samurai in the 1600s that explained 5 Elements in life using the 5 Elements, and the only way to understand is to read the book and experience the teachings in your own life. Much like in real life, we all have our own unique experience and response to everything around us, and we have found the most fundamental areas that we work on can be broken down into 5 Elements that an individual can work on. Once the individual is ready to move on and learn more those Elements branch off into another set of 5 Elements to work on other areas.

Circuit Training

Not sure of what class you want to take? Do class times conflict with your schedule? Circuit training is a 10 round, 30 minute total body workout that incorporates functional fitness and kickboxing fundamentals to get you to the fitness level you want whether you are a beginner or a long time athlete. No appointment necessary and there is always a trainer available to guide you through.

Circuit Training 

Cage Fitness

Have you ever wanted the athletic ability and physique of a fighter but don't want to get beaten up or hurt anyone else in the process? Cage Fitness™ will give you a total body workout in just 5 – 5 minute rounds. There are four key elements that are focused on: endurance, strength, power and core. This is accomplished through our 5 round fitness system which is broken up into the following categories: Warm Up, Upper Body, Lower Body, Combo Round and Cool Down/Core.

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So you want to learn self-defense and different fighting techniques? You will want to check out Muay Thai, Boxing, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Kali/Escrima stick fighting, or if you just want a fun and challenging way to get fit check out our MMA for Self Defense Program. 

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