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So what is Wade's Martial Arts about

Classes: Monday & Wednesday 7pm & 8pm

Professor Anthony Wade 8th degree black belt

What do the students say...

I mostly enjoy the challenge of learning something new. Training in martial arts is definitely physically and mentally challenging …

The biggest change I have seen would be my self confidence. The first night I started training I thought there is no way I can do this. I am still here and gaining more confidence every class.

One thing that I can say about training at Wade's Martial Arts is the push from Sifu Wade. Sifu Wade knows how to push as far as your body will go; from conditioning your body to learning the proper techniques.

I started training at WMA because I didn’t know how to defend myself. Now I’m learning how to and having fun at the same time. Since I started training I’ve noticed my attitude and respect for people has improved.

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What's it all mean

Karate

KA (Kanji-long life) - comes from the word Karate, an art form that places the emphasis on hard and powerful techniques.

Judo / Jujitsu

JU (Kanji-happiness) - comes from Judo and Jujitsu, art forms that emphasize throwing, locks and sweeps.

Kenpo

KEN (Kanji-fist) - comes from Kenpo, a form of karate that not only stresses the hard and powerful movements, but emphasizes multiple and fluid hand techniques.

Chinese Boxing

BO (Kanji-style) - comes from Chinese boxing (Chuan Fa). Chinese boxing means Kung Fu, which puts emphasis on flexibility and agility, parrying and evasive movements that flow together.

Serrada

In close or medium distance