LINXX Academy of Martial Arts is located in the Red Mill Commons in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Like our original location on Kempsville Avenue, this training facility also offers over 6,000 square feet and is fully equipped with an array of professional training equipment to enhance and accelerate all skill levels.
Our facility has comfortable lobby areas with televisions, free wireless internet, and men’s and women’s locker rooms with showers. LINXX features Fairtex and Swain brand training equipment, including focus mitts, Thai pads, belly pads, heavy bags, boxing rings, and matted grappling and striking areas. Our LINXX programs is comprised of Thai Boxing, Capoeira and Jiu-Jitsu.
Our staff consists of a team of professional martial artists dedicated to quality and student service. Many of our instructors hold titles and awards from national and international competitions. More importantly, they are passionate about teaching and dedicated to the success of each individual student. A number of our instructors have been with the LINXX family since they began training here as Junior LINXX students. We understand the critical role our instructors play in your personal, or your child’s, development here at LINXX. For that reason, we hire only the most professional and highly qualified instructors available in the Tidewater area. Each staff member undergoes an extensive background investigation prior to employment with LINXX.
The LINXX Academy competition team has a long and celebrated history competing on the local, regional, national, and international levels. Since 1992, Team-LINXX has produced dozens of champions over the years such as World Champion Muay Thai fighter Shawn Yarborough, World Extreme Cage fighting (WEC) champion Jeff “Big Frog” Curran, and Hawaiian Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Superstar Brandon Wolff. Competition training is very different from regular instructional classes and we expect serious commitment from our team members. Training often occurs six days a week and consists of arduous conditioning routines and full-contact sparring. Often, new members are kept in a “support” role for a period of time to prove their dedication and worthiness.