Our Styles

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Here you will find a simple description of the primary styles taught by Fusion. Most of our classes include training that blends many key styles to create a freestyle format that is unpredictable and difficult to defend against.

Wado Ryu Karate

Wadō-ryū, meaning “way of peace and harmony”, is one of the four major styles of karate in Japan and perhaps the purest form of karate-do (the way of the empty hands).
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Boxing

Boxing is one of the oldest forms of combat sport and self-defence in the world. Although it has seen many forms over the years, the basic goal has always remained the same: to defeat your opponent using only your hands (and, more recently, gloves).
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Kickboxing

Kickboxing combines the punches of boxing with the kicks of karate. There are a few variations of the sport. Some competitive kickboxers practice the sport against opponents in the ring. Other fitness enthusiasts practice kickboxing as an aerobic workout.
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Combat Jiu Jitsu

Ju-jitsu uses leverage, not just strength. So it is ideal for all levels regardless of age or sex. With the many different strikes, throws, hand moves, ground moves, defensive weapons and striking weapons, you will quickly find out what your own strengths are, and you will be able to use them to your advantage in a self-defence situation.
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Personal Training

Although our classes contain a high level of fitness, conditioning and pad-work we can also provide Personal Training. Our instructors are always available to coach you, one to one or as a part of a personal group, in any aspect of our programmes to include conditioning, toning, stretching and cardio.

Fusion also provides one to one coaching for individuals who feel a group class is not for them for practical reasons, health conditions or daily timetable. All levels of experience are welcome.

To book or talk about Personal Training, please contact us

Contact Levels

At all contact levels Fusion insists that all our stand-up fighters wear the correct protective equipment, consisting of: mouth-guard, hand-wraps, 10 oz boxing gloves, groin-guard, shin-pads, kick-boots, protective helmet with the addition of a sports bra and chest protection for female fighters.

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