Our unique curriculum revolves around head instructor, Ryan Bow’s experience first-hand as a professional mixed martial artist. Although the sport can seem intimidating on television, those fears are unfounded if you approach MMA training the right way.

While the techniques learned in our MMA curriculum undoubtedly work in the cage, they also work in self-defense situations. Rest assured that everyone will further their own journey of personal development through martial arts training, and more specifically, MMA training.

To assist you, we’ve created the Fight Gods Mixed Martial Arts Curriculum. Our goal was to produce a program that would lay a foundation of basic exercises, drills and techniques designed to guide members each step of the way towards developing a functional skill set and becoming complete mixed martial artists, while meeting their fitness goals simultaneously.

Our curriculum is broken down into the Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced levels. On top of each lesson, more challenging techniques can be added that logically build on the previous ones.

The Fight Gods MMA curriculum awards practitioners different colored martial arts belts in the form of silicone wristbands to signify increasing levels of technical knowledge and practical skill.

The curriculum covers all aspects of MMA. Students will learn to punch, kick, and move efficiently and effectively on their feet in our Boxing and Muay Thai classes. Then, compliment those new found skills by learning to take the fight to the ground and ultimately submit their opponent using the techniques learned in our Wrestling and Brazilian Jiu-jitsu (BJJ) classes.

The system starts with the white belt which is awarded to beginners to the art.

The black wristband is the highest common belt with in the art at Fight Gods Mixed Martial Arts Academy.

A practitioner with a black wristband will show an expert level of technical and practical skills. Estimating how long it takes to obtain a black belt varies from person to person.

No matter how long it takes to obtain a black belt, one thing that is certain:

Practitioners will have thousands of hours of training Boxing, Muay Thai, Wrestling, and BJJ and hold a varied MMA skill set that reflects such.