Martial Arts

Martial arts class

Adrenaline Combat Sports and Fitness
1930 South E St, San Bernardino
Full service fighting sports, traditional martial arts and fitness training center.

Martial Arts 101 – American Sports University Gym
Court and D Street, Down Town San Bernardino
Barbara Sky @ 951-202-6149
Thursday night at 6:00 pm The teachings of Martial Arts 101 are derived from the Korean Arts of Tae kwon Do and Hapkido. With an emphasis on physical fitness, proper diet, and nutrition. At Martial Arts 101 you will learn self-defense while getting your body into great shape. Martial Arts 101 is open to all ages and genders with a special invitation to those with special needs who are forced to face life challenges daily. The group often meets to participate in additional activities such as baseball and line dancing.

Unique Kickers Karate – Time 2 Shine KarateDo and Kobu Jitsu
1520 S. San Jacinto Ave. Ste#1, San Jacinto
(951) 282-4650
Special needs karate is a combination of both physical and mental training to help students with disabilities improve their sensory, speech and social skills. At Unique Kickers, students will learn martial arts in their own way, at their own pace and be promoted as they advance.

War Time Fitness
6351 Heaven Ave. Suite 1 Rancho Cucamonga
It is a veteran owned martial arts studio, they welcome people with Autism, ADHD, and Down syndrome.  They also welcome individuals if they wear a diaper our use durable medical equipment and their assistants.  Classes are inclusive and they also redirect if the students become disruptive or they give them a break.  They try different strategies to keep the students focused on the activity.

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