Since 2005, United Martial Science Federation has provided its members with a road map to success based on self-defense, confidence and goal-setting skills.
989 New Hope, Fayetteville, GA 30214
I remember when I was a child, feeling uncertainty about beginning martial science. I wondered if I had what it took to succeed and I wasn’t the most athletic or confident child - quite the opposite. Little did I know that beginning my martial science journey would be one of the most profound experiences of my life!
When I opened my school in 2005, I made a commitment to serving and empowering the community of Fayetteville by teaching children and adults the confidence, leadership, and fitness skills that can only be achieved through martial science.
• 15 acres outdoors Training Area with 8 Hanging bags
• Mats for Maximum Safety
• Outdoors Physical Fitness Area, 100 ft. by 200 ft. Outdoor Training Arena
• Outdoor balance beams for form, weapon and techniques practice
• Ground Archery and Mounted Horse Back Archery Area
• Equipped for Special Events Such as Workshops, Parties & Seminars
• Complimentary Wi-Fi
We focus on the personal development aspect of martial science, not just self-defense moves.
Our instructors are all certified black belts, qualified, and professionally trained to teach martial science.
Our facility is always clean and features a viewing area for parents, as well as matted floors throughout.
Martial Science is the style of fighting practiced by United Martial Science Federation students.
It is a beautiful and dynamic “hard-soft” style of fighting, emphasizing speed, and fluidity. At the same time, it is an elegant and powerful system that integrates the body, mind, and spirit. The physical training behind Martial Science is very specific and includes weight/resistance training, aerobic, anaerobic conditioning, total body training, hand/foot building and strengthening techniques.
Martial Science system is founded on a cohesive set of martial art skills derived from a number of Asian countries including but not limited to China, Korea, and Japan. These martial art skills are grounded in a common core of principles and strategies derived from Modern Western Science as opposed to the religion, mysticism, and mystery commonly used by a large number of instructors and organizations. The basis in Western Science allows our organization to understand and explain the true purpose behind many traditional training methods and techniques allowing the instructors in our schools to properly employ them to fully develop to their fullest potential for themselves and their students. These principles and strategies are taught alongside the martial skills they are presently using, allowing instructors and students a fuller understanding of what they are practicing and to develop true martial skills and abilities.
Martial Science is a culmination of a series of finely tuned motor coordinated skills. The complexity of recruitment and synchronized firing of the correct motor units involves a motor learning process that must be rehearsed. This should be done in an increasing manner, first at a slow pace then at a higher pace in order to implant correct motor patterns. Practice does not make perfect, perfect practice makes perfect. This is achieved only if skills are learned and practiced correctly. Martial Science Practitioners who practice incorrectly are rehearsing and learning skills incorrectly. One of the ways we learn is through kinesthetics, which is teaching the body to feel certain sensations. These skills should be acquired when one is not fatigued. Practicing the skills incorrectly lead to the repetition of error. The human brain and body are like a computer in that they must be supplied with the correct information in order to perform properly. With the correct guidance, perfect techniques can be achieved.
Martial Science is unsurpassed, it combines kicking, punching, throwing, falling, joint locking, and myriad of weapons and techniques developed into a beautiful and dynamic “hard-soft” fighting system emphasizing speed and fluidity. Physical training, meditation and breathing, acupressure and acupuncture techniques are employed to maintain health, to develop internal power, and to retard the aging process. A Martial Science warrior must possess humility, self-discipline, self-control, loyalty, integrity, and respect for others. This program covers a wide spectrum of self-defense making it attractive to men, women, and children of all ages.