Pick a class and time that is suitable for you

Timetable

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

7:15am

All Levels Jiu Jitsu

All Levels Jiu Jitsu

9:30am

Ladies Only Jiu Jitsu

10:00am

MMA & Wrestling

Wrestling

MMA All Levels

11:30am

All Levels Jiu Jitsu

Competition Training

12:00pm

All Levels Jiu Jitsu

Nogi Jiu Jitsu

All Levels Jiu Jitsu

Nogi Jiu Jitsu

All Levels Jiu Jitsu

4:15pm

Beginner Kid Jiu Jitsu (4yrs – 8yrs)

Advanced Kids Jiu Jitsu (4yrs – 8yrs)

Beginner Kid Jiu Jitsu (4yrs – 8yrs)

Advanced Kids Jiu Jitsu (4yrs – 8yrs)

Beginner Kid Jiu Jitsu (4yrs – 8yrs)

5:00pm

Beginner Kid Jiu Jitsu (9yrs – 16yrs)

Advanced Kids Jiu Jitsu (9yrs – 16yrs)

Beginner Kid Jiu Jitsu (9yrs – 16yrs)

Advanced Kids Jiu Jitsu (9yrs – 16yrs)

Beginner Kid Jiu Jitsu (9yrs – 16yrs)

6:00pm

Boxing

MMA All Levels

Boxing

7:00pm

Beginners Jiu Jitsu

Kick Boxing

Beginners Jiu Jitsu

Nogi Jiu Jitsu

All Levels Jiu Jitsu

8:00pm

Advanced Jiu Jitsu

Open Mat

Advanced Jiu Jitsu

Open Mat

Open Mat

RGA Bucks Timetable 2024

Beginners
Jiu Jitsu

In a beginner’s jiu-jitsu class, the teacher will first explain the basics of the martial art – like how to stand, grip, and move your feet. Then, students will warm up while getting ready for the lesson, followed by practicing moves like armbar or rear naked choke. The teacher will help students correct their form and answer questions during the class. Lastly, there will be a cool-down period including stretching and light exercises. The class usually lasts around an hour and focuses on teaching the basics of jiu-jitsu to create a strong foundation for students to build on in future classes.

Advanced
Jiu Jitsu

Advanced jiu jitsu class is for those who already have a solid foundation and have trained for several years. It focuses on developing a deeper understanding of techniques and refining skills. The class is high-paced with technical instruction, drilling, and sparring. Students should have a high level of fitness. Training methods may include situational sparring, live rolling, and partner drills. The goal is to challenge students to reach their full potential and prepare them for competition or continue their jiu jitsu journey.

Nogi
Jiu Jitsu

Nogi jiu jitsu is a mixed level class for all skill levels without the traditional gi or kimono. The class starts with a warm-up and technique drills such as takedowns, submissions, and escapes. The instructor offers step-by-step instructions, coaches, and provides modifications. Students practice and drill with a partner before ending with a live sparring session. The one-hour class is a chance to develop skills in nogi jiu jitsu.

Boxing

Boxing classes warm up with jump rope, shadowboxing, cardio, and stretching before teaching fundamental techniques like stance, punches, and defense. Students may spar to simulate real fights, and advanced students may learn complex techniques and drills for agility, speed, and power. Classes end with a cool-down consisting of stretching and recovery exercises. Students improve core strength, hand-eye coordination, and endurance. Classes vary in intensity and technicality.

Kickboxing

Kickboxing is a high-intensity workout combing martial arts techniques and cardio exercises suitable for all levels. Participants will start with a warm-up and stretching routine followed by kickboxing combinations and drills, with modifications offered to suit varying levels of experience. Partner work will refine techniques, and a cool-down session will end class. The class improves fitness and well-being.

Competition
Jiu Jitsu

In competition jiu jitsu class, students train to compete in tournaments through warm-up drills, technique instruction, partner sparring, and instructor guidance. Success requires discipline and dedication.