North Attleboro Mixed Martial Arts/Daniel Sterling Martial Arts and Fitness Center in North Attleboro, Massachusetts, provides a safe and family-oriented Martial Arts experience for students of all ages. From our Lil Warrior Mixed Martial Arts Program to our Fitness Kickboxing Program, our mission is to foster self-improvement and personal development through focused training. We promote physical fitness and positive social interaction in a courteous and fun atmosphere. Our greatest responsibility is to instill in our students a sense of discipline and a code of ethics to inspire them to lead exemplary lives as leaders in the community.
The Adult Mixed Martial Arts Program at Daniel Sterling Martial Arts and Fitness provides the opportunity to learn mixed martial arts in a comfortable but challenging atmosphere. Our curriculum, which is a blend of various martial arts, is designed to give you the best and most complete instruction possible. Each discipline contributes a unique aspect to your training, making you a well rounded martial artist.
Additionally, what you will discover is that martial arts can provide an unparalleled workout. This type of training is something that cannot be found in any gym or fitness club. In each class you are learning a new kick, punch, drill, boxing pattern or self defense technique –each workout is different, exciting, practical, and taking you one stop closer to achieving your goals.
At the North Attleboro Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy, we teach Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Judo, and Submission Wrestling. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a grappling art that was popularized in America by the legendary Gracie family. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu concentrates on dominating your opponent by using angles, leverage, and superior body positioning to control an opponent’s body movement. A person that has a superior position is in a better situation to apply a finishing hold or to start striking. This style allows for a smaller person to defeat a much larger attacker. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is excellent for women who are often taken to the ground during assaults. We recommend this style for men, women, and children looking for a great workout and realistic self-defense. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is similar and, in some cases, both supplementary and complementary to the Olympic Sport of Judo. In our curriculum, we believe that it is not only important to control our opponent on the ground, but also on our feet. Therefore, we have taken the proactive approach of marrying the arts of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Judo, and Submission Wrestling.
Master Robson Moura has brought his unique view of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu from the tough streets of Brazil to North America. Our students have been well taught to defend themselves in dangerous situations against bigger attackers.