At Crosstrain, we make sure that the members are catered with experienced and professional staff. The Staff is well trained to cater to members with different needs and at Crosstrain we don’t make our members do anything that we haven’t done before.
We have a lot of programs here at Crosstrain that the members can choose from.
We have a very elaborate and detailed boxing curriculum from the Beginners to the Advanced Levels. Our trainers cater to different members the way they want to train, the Beginners program works on getting the movements and the endurance on point. At Intermediate level we focus on speed and agility, while at Advanced its more of real life sparring, semi-contact or full contact depending on the motive behind it. But however, one can choose not to spar at all, it is mandatory for Pro Level Athletes.
This is a very dynamic and lethal combat art from Thailand. It is also the national sport of the same country. In this, apart from punching and kicking, athletes can also use their elbows and knees to fight. It is a very intense workout for fitness enthusiasts as well and it is the most important art for striking in MMA. In this as well the progression is done according to the Boxing curriculum.
Wrestling or known as Mallavidya, Kushti and Pehalvani in different languages, has been a part of Indian Martial Life since time immemorial. India has been a home to some of the best wrestlers in the world like The Great Gama, Gobor Guha, Sushil Kumar, Sakshi Mallik and the Phogat Sisters. Wrestling is a very important art in MMA as it helps in a lot of grappling and takedown aspects. At Crosstrain, we have a well-rounded program which focuses on strength, balance and agility.
Jiu-Jitsu is a revolutionary combat and martial system which helps a smaller weaker person defend against a bigger stronger opponent. This system predominantly focuses on ground fighting techniques which are very handy in self-defense and professional MMA scenarios. This system focuses on leveraging scientific and anatomical knowledge to subdue and neutralize the opponent. In Gi, which is the traditional Japanese style of fighting which was later adapted by the Brazilians, fighters spar or roll wearing a uniform which can be called Kimono as well. In this along with chokes and submissions using leverage, can also be achieved using various collar or lapel grips.
Off late, the traditional aspect of Gi Jiu-Jitsu has been further evolved to No-Gi fighting style as well. It is based on the premise that on the streets or in an octagon the fighter or the defender would not be wearing their Kimonos, hence the art of Jiu-Jitsu should be practiced without the Gi as well to keep one well acquainted with the chokes and submissions without holding collars or lapels. Lately No-Gi Jiu Jitsu has gathered immense popularity due to the Submission only grappling tournaments like the Abu Dhabi Combat Club.