Martial Arts Fitness Center has been located in Marlton for over 10 years. Mr. Preston has been teaching and training in Marlton and Medford for over 20 years.
We believe that all students can be successful with the right coaching and tools. We want to help you be successful whether you are a child, adult, beginner or someone with years of experience. If you have a desire to learn and grow, we can help you reach all of your goals.
Great coaches and a supportive and positive atmosphere.
Everything. My 9 year old has been attending since he was 5 years old. His training has helped him in so many ways in sports, school, and friendships. The instructors are experienced teachers and walk the walk when it comes to there own personal training.
I have been training at MAFC for 8 years. Bryan is a fantastic instructor. Full recommendation from me on all programs.
We offer a free private lesson so that we can have a chance to work one on one with a new student. This helps us to see which program would be best for them and helps the student to feel more comfortable before trying a group class. This also allows time to speak with the student and/or parents about the program and answer any questions they might have. We then have students come back to try a free group class so they can see what class is like with the other students.
Over 20 years of teaching and training in martial arts. Training and seminars on teaching and instructing classes. Certifications in personal training, BJJ/MMA, conditioning, nutrition, fucntional movement, physical therapy and more.
The cost of our program depends on which class you enroll in. Avg cost ranges from $110-$130 per month. We do not have contracts with our program. We only ask for 30 days notice to freeze or cancel a membership.
I was a student first and knew early on that I wanted to teach. After years of training and earning my black belt, my instructor gave me an opportunity to instruct. I was teaching for about 10 years before opening my own school.
I have worked with a wide range of students from as young as 3 years old up through adults of all ages. Men and women. I have worked with athletes, the average joes, and special needs children.
Recently a long time friend and student of mine decided to compete in a tournament. If was his first tournament and he did very well, winning all of his matches and taking a gold in his division.
A group of us also just ran the Broad Street run. We have done this race in the past but it is always a great time getting out together as a team.
Look for a school/ instructor that shares the same values and pricipals that you are looking for. A program should help a student reach their goals and their parent's goals (if a child), and well as be a program you enjoy. Making sure that personalities are a good fit, and that the school is going to help you get to where you want to go.
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As a student, what values are important for you to have?
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