Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the membership fee for kickboxing and jiu-jitsu?

$125 per month. See Training Fees for more info.

Q: Do you have beginner classes in kickboxing and jiu-jitsu?

For jiu-jitsu and kickboxing, you start off with a warm-up for about 5 or 10 minutes. Then you'll be taken aside with the instructor to learn basic fundamentals in a semi-private group. Once you've done 5 of those semi-private classes, you move into the regular group. We also have advanced level classes that are totally separate.

Q: What's different about your martial arts gym?

We offer a few different styles of martial arts including: Muay Thai/kickboxing, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, and wrestling, the 3 most effective fighting styles in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). Our members can take as many classes as they want, whenever they want.

Q: What's the difference between kickboxing and jiu-jitsu?

Brazilian jiu-jitsu is primarily a grappling martial art. You'll learn takedowns, throws, and ground grappling, as well as control positions, escaping, and submissions such as arm locks and chokes. There is no striking in jiu-jitsu.

Muay Thai/kickboxing is a stand-up striking art. We say that it uses all of the body's 8 weapons: punches, kicks, knees, and elbows. We also teach proper footwork and timing. It's the most effective striking art that there is.

Q: Do you have a trial period?

Yes, we offer a 2-class trial. Please see 2 Class Trial for more info.

Q: How to tie your belt for Brazilian jiu-jitsu

Q: How to wrap your hands for Muay Thai Kickboxing

Q: What is your class schedule?

Please click the link below to see our class schedule on our website:

Class Schedule

Q: Where can I contact you?

You can contact us by: Email: Phone: (587) 229-9524 In person: 119-42nd Ave SW, Calgary Alberta

Q: What is Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu?

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) is a martial art that focuses on grappling and ground fighting as opposed to striking. In BJJ, you'll learn takedowns, throws, and ground grappling, as well as control positions, escaping, and submissions such as arm locks and chokes.

If you're interested in taking classes in BJJ, you'll be even more interested once you hear about the other benefits. Many people will tell you that training in Jiu-Jitsu doesn't just involve learning the techniques and rules of the combat sport system… it's much more than that.

Here are 6 benefits of training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu:

1. Total Body Fitness

BJJ is great for people who want to improve their fitness and physical conditioning.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu makes an excellent total body workout since it combines strength, endurance, aerobics, and flexibility.

2. Self-Defence

No matter who you are—man, woman, child, or teenager—it's never a bad idea to learn a little self-defence.

BJJ training can help kids protect themselves from bullies and gives adults the skills to act fast and protect themselves in an emergency.

3. Fun

You don't need a serious reason to want to take BJJ classes. If you're just looking for a new hobby or something fun to do, that's okay, too!

At Champion's Creed, we welcome people of all interest levels. Want to become a professional fighter? Cool. Just want to learn a new skill and get out of the house a few times a week? That's cool, too.

4. Stress Coping Mechanism

You might be looking for a healthy way to cope with stress at work, school, or at home. BJJ can help.

Physical activity is an effective, healthy way to reduce stress and forget about your problems. BJJ requires focus and can improve your mood by taking your mind off of what's stressing you out.

5. Friendship and Belonging

Champion's Creed is a great place to make new friends and find a sense of belonging.

Our goal is to provide a supportive and respectful atmosphere for everyone. Learning BJJ, you may come to think of our gym as your home away from home.

6. Confidence

When you first start BJJ training, you'll probably feel lost. If you're new to Jiu-Jitsu or martial arts altogether, you'll quickly find out that there's a lot to learn—but don't get discouraged.

After a while, you'll get the hang of it and gain a lot of knowledge and skill. Seeing your own progress can have a big positive impact on your confidence and self-esteem.

In conclusion…

You may come to Champion's Creed with one goal in mind, like learning a martial art, getting better at self-defence, or becoming more fit, but chances are you'll find that BJJ training impacts other aspects of your life in positive and unexpected ways.

Q: What is Muay Thai/Kickboxing?

Muay Thai is the oldest known form of kickboxing and is the primary building block of all other forms of kickboxing.

Champion’s Creed has a boxing ring that they use for Muay Thai training.

Whether you want to learn for fun, fitness, or self-defence, Champion's Creed has qualified and experienced instructors that can teach you everything you need to know to get started.

Keep reading to learn more Muay Thai Kickboxing:

1) Muay Thai originated in Thailand during the Medieval period as a form of hand-to-hand combat in times of war.

2) Muay Thai consists of eight weapons: elbows, fists (strikes), knees, and legs (kicks).

3) Muay Thai has been the fastest growing martial art in the world for the last 80 years.

4) Muay Thai is over 2,000 years old.

5) Training gear for Muay Thai includes padded gloves, hand wraps, and shin guards.

6) Hand wraps are used in Muay Thai to stabilize your wrists and protect your knuckles.

7) Muay Thai is an excellent cardio workout, and it’s great for toning arms and shoulders.

8) Muay Thai is the most common striking style used in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA).

9) Muay Thai uses the body to mimic weapons of war (for example, in Muay Thai your hands mimic a sword or dagger).

10) Muay Thai’s technique is taken from the more lethal art of Muay Boran, which has fewer rules and uses the head as a weapon.