Progressive Fighting Center

Progressive Fighting Center

5.0 (7)
10 hires on
2 employees
5 years in business

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 I've been training in martial arts for over 40 years I Ranked in Chinese Kenpo 2nd-degree black belt, Counterpoint Tactical System under Zack Wilson first-degree black belt. 2nd degree black belt Cacoy Doce Pares stick fighting. Currently ranked in South Florida Bobby Taboada Balintawak under Elise Jun Barja. I also hold rank Jeet kune Do and Aikido. My Martial Arts Program's primary goal is to help you develop a healthy life and teach you how to protect yourself and your loved ones, while providing a safe training environment. As a member you'll be introduced to progressive categories of training. These categories include empty hand training; including striking, stand-up grappling, and ground fighting; as well as weapon training in stick and knife tactics. As you find success in this training not only do your survival skills improve, but your confidence will grow. An increase in your confidence is immeasurable and will positively affect all areas of your life.     954-213-4270

We enjoy working with different people and talking with them about the importance of self defense and a ever increasing need for self awareness ln our world today.

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  • Elena Perez

    It is a great place to have your kids in or even adults. Ezara, one of the teachers, teaches excellent and has patience with the kids. They learn so many things and I’m glad I chose Progressive Fighting Center!

  • Warner

    With 35 years of experience, Ezara is very knowledgeable. If you have never done martial arts before and are looking to learn with an affordable cost, I highly recommend Progressive Martial Arts.

  • Joel DaSilva

    Mr Sanders is a wonderful instructor, very patient and very knowledgeable of the craft. It’s my first time learning this and very excited for the future. Highly recommend this school. Even if you don’t have time to go everyday it’s a good skill to learn.

  • Gardy Belot


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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

When I meet with a student I try to find out if they have any martial arts background any injuries what their experiences have been with self-defense situations and then basically I want from the ground up from the beginning teaching them basic like just how to make a fist or throw a punch

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

My first introduction to martial arts was Judo when I was a young man my first formal class and martial art was in Chinese Kenpo Karate at first not the Tracy system which I hold a black belt in and then Ed Parker system which I'm first degree black belt in I've been moved to Jeet Kune Do which I study for another 6 years to 7 years and then did Aikido for 2 years and now I am currently studying Filipino martial arts and Counterpoint tactical system under Grandmaster Zach Whitson

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

 I teach Filipino martial arts on Saturdays from 11:00 to 2:30 and on Monday and Tuesday evenings from 1 to 9:30. I also do private lessons. if you are interested in doing group classes i have a flat rate of $110 dollars a month. Private lessons are $35 for an hour