Arena Fitness Beenleigh

Arena Fitness Beenleigh

Get ready for Arena Fitness at Beenleigh! The epitome of functional training, Arena Fitness is a fully coach-led, high intensity training program where you challenge your body in new and exciting ways to achieve faster results. Use a variety of the best equipment as you move from station to station putting your fitness to the test with a team of like-minded, dedicated people.

Kettlebells, boxing gloves, punch bags, resistance bands and agility ladders are just a taste of what you can expect to see in your standard Arena class. The Arena Championship Series will keep you on your toes varying across functional, strength, fitness, plyometrics and agility training.

Arena Beenleigh will be located within Goodlife Health Clubs at Beenleigh. For more information about this club and its facilities, visit here: www.goodlifehealthclubs.com.au

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Goodlife Health Clubs
77 George St, Beenleigh View Map
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Staffed hours:
Monday – Friday: 5:15am – 8.00pm
Saturday: 7:30am – 10.00am
Arena Fitness MMA Beenleigh

Programs

No-Gi Submission Wrestling

No-Gi Submission Wrestling

No-Gi A gi is a uniform worn in many martial arts including karate, judo, and Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. In many cases, wearing a gi dictates the techniques that can be performed. In judo, for example, the judoka grip one another’s gis and belts

Judo

Judo

Judo Judo is practiced by men, women and even children the world over, and is arguably the most popular martial art form ever. An Olympic sport, Judo originated in Japan in the 1880’s and means “the gentle way.” Judo uses

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) The MMA world was turned on its head when Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fighter, Royce Gracie, choked out Karate master Gerard Gordeau to win the first ever Ultimate Fighting Championship – UFC 1 – back in 1993. Beating much

Wrestling

Wrestling

Wrestling Wrestling is one of the oldest competitive sports still practiced today. Almost as soon as man could walk upright, he had to defend his territory and fight for food and that often involved wrestling. Wrestling can be defined as

MMA

MMA

Mixed Martial Arts Martial arts have always been popular, but for many years most people only trained in one martial art at a time. Boxers boxed, judoka practiced judo and wrestlers wrestled. However, the question that always came up was

Boxing

Boxing

Boxing Boxing, in some form or another, has existed ever since man first learned to make a fist and throw a punch. Often called “the sweet science of sports,” boxing was incorporated into the Olympics in 688 B.C. and is

Muay Thai

Muay Thai

Muay Thai Martial arts come in a wide number of varieties. Judo, wrestling, and Jiu-Jitsu are grappling arts that involve throws, locks and chokes while Karate and boxing involve strikes such as kicks and punches. Another striking martial art is

Get Results & Build Confidence

MMA HIIT

Team up with arena for this feel good, high intensity, full body blast. MMA HIIT is structured to take you to a place where you get maximum calorie burn fast. Using Thai Pads, Shields, Bags, Grapple Dummies and other specialty equipment, you’ll punch, kick, push, pull and move through an electrifying conditioning workout like no other.

 

Elite Level Coaches

Strength HIIT

Using all the equipment and drills that MMA fighters use, the coach will motivate you through this strength and resistance based session. Working in intervals, combining strength and movement, these exercises will focus on major muscle groups to accelerate your development while giving you a huge anaerobic cardio blast.

Specialty Programs

Total Fighter Ultimate

Engage your brain as you combine the elements of both Striking and Ground into one supercharged session. This session encompasses pad-work and bags for striking while mixing it up with ground dummy work and grappling maneuvers. All the best elements of MMA training are on show in this intense and inspiring session.

 

 

kids mma program

Little Ninjas & Samurais

In tandem with the skill and fitness development, the coaches teach the Little Ninjas (ages 4-7) and Samurais (ages 8-11) the 5 stars of Arena’s code of Honour: Friendship, Humility, Courage, Self-Worth and Confidence. Most importantly, our Little Ninjas and Samurais have fun while learning fundamental martial art components!