Find a karate classes in Fremont, CA

Find karate classes in Fremont, CA

Find karate classes in Fremont, CA

Share a few details and we'll show you the best karate classes in your area.
Zip code

Disciplines interested in

Find karate classes in Fremont, CA

Share a few details and we'll show you the best karate classes in your area.
Zip code

Disciplines interested in

Top 10 karate classes in Fremont, CA

Students agree: these teachers are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
STM Boxing & Fitness

STM Boxing & Fitness

Offers online services
4 hires on Lessons
8+ years in business
Serves Fremont, CA
Julia L. says, "Stan is great and he really knows what he is doing. He really challenges you and motivates you to get stronger and better. I would definitely recommend if you want to learn boxing in the peninsula area! " Read more


New on Lessons
4+ years in business
Serves Fremont, CA
Mark Climaco is a martial arts trainer who combines offering private training for martial arts and overall health and fitness. He is based out of Fremont, CA and San Jose, CA and serves the Bay Area. Mark has 16 years of experience and competition with 10 years of group training and personal training experience in all areas of martial arts: mixed martial arts, boxing, Muay Thai, Jiu jitsu, wrestling, and grappling. As an active professional fighter and top prospect in MMA, as well as coached by Javier Mendez at American Kickboxing Academy, Mark has trained and learned along side top UFC champions such as: Khabib Nurmogamedov, Daniel Cormier,
Tony Johnson Boxing

Tony Johnson Boxing

Serves Fremont, CA
Carl W. says, "I asked to get in the best condition of my life and learn to box, 10 months in I'm a differnt man in greater condition and boxing skills I thought I'd never have. I get told by other boxing trainers Tony is the best and is their trainer also. No coincidence Daniel Cormier has him in his camp. I'm almost 50 years old with better function then when I was in my 20's. You get what you put in and if you wanna be pushed to your extremities Tony will do so if you ask him to. Tony is a good person with a great heart that is very good with people as a trainer, he understand we are all differnt and must be handled differently as clients. No cookie cutter stuff with him. " Read more
Tri City Aikido

Tri City Aikido

28+ years in business
Serves Fremont, CA
Jason S. says, "You learn a high level of etiquette and standard for training in martial arts at Tri City Aikido." Read more
OneOfOne Boxing

OneOfOne Boxing

New on Lessons
4+ years in business
Serves Fremont, CA
I enjoy and have a passion for helping people with their physical along with the mental aspect of attaining their best version. Understanding the metaphysical is just as or maybe even more important than the physical itself and i have over 10 years of boxing experience along with years of training and helping my teamates with these key aspects. Boxing and fitness has been instilled in me since a young age and i enjoy the confidence and disaplyn it brings. At the end of the day you are who you think of yourself to be....

Your karate questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Lessons.

How much do karate classes cost?

Karate classes cost $100 to $150+ per month on average. Prices depend on the class size, student's age, location, and number of classes per week included in the membership plan. Classes held at community centers typically cost less than those held in professional dojos. Private karate lessons cost $40 to $80 per hour and are tailored to your needs and skill level.

In addition to the class fee, you'll have extra costs for uniforms, belts, and testing fees. A karate uniform—also called a Gi, karategi, or dogi—costs $60 to $120 on average, while belts cost $5 to $20. Some schools include a gi and belt with your first month's tuition. Testing fees vary by school, but beware of schools that charge more than $20 per test.

Why take karate classes?

Karate classes provide a variety of benefits for both children and adults:

  • Increases confidence and self-discipline
  • Improves strength, endurance, and flexibility
  • Teaches goal-setting and perseverance
  • Improves focus and concentration
  • Better balance and coordination
  • Improves cardio health and stamina
  • Improves social skills and teamwork
  • Teaches self-defense skills

How long are karate classes?

Kids' karate classes are typically 30 to 60 minutes long, depending on the kids' age. Adult karate classes range from 1 to 2 hours in length.

Does karate have weight classes?

Yes, karate has weight classes categorized by age and gender. The World Karate Federation (WKF) recognizes five weight classes in competition, while the International Olympic Committee (IOC) recognizes three weight classes:

  • Men – up to 67 kg
  • Men – 67.1 kg to 75 kg
  • Men – over 75 kg
  • Women – up to 55 kg
  • Women – 55.1 kg to 61 kg
  • Women – over 61 kg

Where to find karate classes near me?

Follow these tips to find the best karate schools near you:

  • Look for a reputable dojo that focuses on karate rather than a mixed martial arts gym.
  • Research the instructors' competition record and reputation.
  • Read dojo and instructor reviews on Lessons and Google.
  • Confirm the school offers classes for your experience level.
  • Visit the dojo in person to confirm it is clean and well-maintained and the staff is professional.
  • Take advantage of their free trial class to ensure the school is a good fit for you.
  • Get a copy of the membership contract in writing before making any payments.

What questions should I ask karate schools before joining?

Ask these questions to ensure you join the best karate dojo for you:

  • How much do your classes cost?
  • Do you offer a free trial class?
  • What is your class schedule?
  • How many students do you have?
  • How many students are in a typical class?
  • What should I wear to class?
  • How often should I practice outside of class?
  • Do your students and instructors compete regularly?
  • Do you charge for belt promotions? If so, how much?
  • How often do you clean your mats?

Reviews for Fremont karate classes

Recent success stories from people in the Fremont area.
Marlo T.
He took the time to meet with me to discuss my goals and listen to the problems I was having with fitness. His workouts are interesting and appropriately challenging. I’m new to boxing but he has made it an amazing experience. He is knowledgeable and flexible with scheduling. So glad I signed up!!
STM Boxing & Fitness
Megan S.
Tony is the real deal!! I’ve been training with him for almost 9 months and he has completely transformed me as a boxer. I learn a new skill or strategy at every session and just when I think I’ve learned everything he takes it up a level and increases my boxing knowledge. Tony has put me in the best shape of my life and continues to push me to make me stronger and faster. If you’re looking to become a boxer or just use boxing to get you in amazing shape, he’s definitely the coach to contact. He’s the best in the business!!!
Tony Johnson boxing
Bert W.
We enrolled our 7-year old son at Tri-City Aikido in summer 2017. He is a shy and smallest kid in his class, and we thought learning martial art can help to build up his confidence and learn some self-defense skills. We love the way Sensei Anthony teaches the kids class: he puts strong focus in discipline, teaches kids how to protect themselves and he knows how to make the class fun! After a few months' training, our son became more confident and developed situational awareness while learning basic Aikido techniques. Seeing the benefits of martial art on my son, I started training in the adult classes myself the same year. Sensei Anthony is very tentative to beginners like me. I got to train with black-belts and it certainly helped me to understand the Aikido techniques more quickly. Highly recommended dojo for tots, kids, beginners and black-belts who want to learn the essence of martial arts while having fun!
Tri City Aikido
How works

Search, get cost estimates, contact teachers, and book—all for free.


View profiles, read reviews, check qualifications, and see prices before hiring.


Ask questions, confirm their availability, and hire the right tutor when you're ready.

Fremont karate classes by service