Dynamic Martial Athletics is North Central Massachusetts’ original Jiu Jitsu training facility. Established in 2003, we have been teaching and coaching Striking, Clinch and Ground fighting since the beginning. Our certified coaching staff has decades of experience in various disciplines including KickBoxing, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, boxing, wrestling and athletic performance/fitness training. At DMA you will find a safe, healthy, friendly and fun environment filled with people always willing to help you become the best that you can be!
BJJ is swiftly becoming one of the fastest growing athletic endeavors in the world! Why? Because it’s a great way to get in shape and have fun while learning some of the most effective martial arts ever developed! BJJ technique is constantly evolving and is on the cutting edge of combative arts and fitness performance development.
Anyone can learn mixed martial arts techniques, you don’t have to be a fighter or ever plan to be one, but it sure is fun to train like one! In fact, 99% of the people learning BJJ have no desire to ever compete. They just enjoy the great workout and challenges that it offers. If it is competition that you do desire, we can help you with that as well.
We offer BJJ training for all! That includes both males and females, from age 8 through to those well over 55. People who train for reasons spanning fun, fitness, recreation, sport, self-defense. DMA is about people, and our goal is to offer the cutting edge in self-defense, combat athletics, fitness, and personal growth, to every type of human body that walks through our door. Not just 22-Year-old Athletes (although they will certainly find their niche here as well), but to professionals who have to work 45 hour weeks. To men, women, and children of all ages looking to have fun, get into shape, learn self-defense the Martial Arts in a positive atmosphere of friendship and fun.
How many activities in life can keep you so totally immersed in the moment that you cannot think about life’s daily stresses of work, school, money, relationships etc…? I can only think of a handful and Jiu-Jitsu training would be on that list.
“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.”
— Neale Donald Walsch