TRAIN LIKE YOUR LIFE DEPENDS ON IT, BECAUSE IT DOES.
Guro Scott Hughes
Why Train At Alamut Combative Arts?
Conflict happens every day, whether we are ready for it or not. Life happens from zero to sixty and you better be prepared. Lets be honest, the world is not made out of mats, no one is coming to save you and that belt your spent 5 grand attaining is good for nothing. You need training that has been proven in combat & will give you the edge when you need it. Your training should kick in during a crisis/ high speed situation & be second nature. You freeze, you die. This is the truth of the matter!
Here at Alamut, we stress combat readiness. This includes-situational awareness, developing a “combat chassis” or ideal health in order to give you the “one up” on your competition as well as the mental fortitude to deal with any obstacle that stands in your way. All of your training will begin to move from the training floor into other parts of your life and this is how we create the “Perfect Warrior”. Our core systems have been used in combat & have been battle proven. If it doesn’t work, we don’t teach it, Period!
Hazel Rose Hughes
Meet our newest addition to Alamut Combative Arts – Certified Personal Trainer Hazel Hughes!
Here at Alamut Combative Arts we believe that being able to thrive in a confrontation starts with physical fitness. Without a foundation of health, endurance, and the ability to move dynamically, the fight has been lost before it has even begun. Health and fitness are vital aspects to the development of a warriors mind set. Requiring determination, discipline, and an unstoppable drive to succeed! Let our Certified Personal Trainer, Hazel Hughes, help you take that first step on the path to being hard to kill, because truly, the toughest opponent you’ll ever face is yourself!
ANYONE CAN ENTER, ONLY ONE WILL WIN
Empty your mind, be formless. Shapeless, like water. If you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup. You put water into a bottle and it becomes the bottle. You put it in a teapot it becomes the teapot. Now, water can flow or it can crash. Be water, my friend. -BRUCE LEE