Advanced tactical training for MMA fighters and Grapplers.

At MMA training and competitions, a lot of use is made of a lot of unnecessary effort and effort, so sometimes the goal is passed. MMA fighters must practice different styles/disciplines in order to perform well. MMA stands for Mixed Martial Art. But MMA is just what a normal person would do if they ended up in a fight. They will bump and kick and hold and go to the ground through balance disturbance.

The constant change of principles and philosophy can take a lot of time and lead to long training courses to make it their own. Kurodaiya is a complete system that uses the same principle and philosophy to be able to kick, bump, hold and fight on the ground. Kurodaiya can be learned in a very short time and used in a fight.

Kurodaiya uses new innovative insights. By using the right muscle for the right movement you are able to make minimum contact, move minimally and use minimal strength, to perform much more during an MMA competition. You will be able to sustain a fight for longer.

Advanced training. Boxing and kickboxing

For beginners to experienced or professional boxers and kickboxer (at all levels) who want to significantly improve their performance and results with the use of the kurodaiya principles and use of innovative defense, counter techniques and tactics.

This advanced boxing and kickboxing training can also be followed as a course, and focuses on tactical superiority by using biomechanical principles. This makes you more aware of your movements and the movements of the opponent.

The benefits that you can achieve are:

* Significantly very less injuries
* Better defense and counters (without pain)
* Effective punches
* Faster knockouts
* Better balance
* Faster reflexes
* A more relaxed physical and mental state
* Less aggression and violence
* Control over the movements of the opponent
* Deeper insight
* Improved stamina through minimal effort. (No clinch, no patterns) Less fatige
With regular boxing, both during training and during games, often too much unnecessary power  for maximum impact is being used taht can cause injuries to the wrists, shoulders, and other joints. Injury leads to a reduction in performance and possibly even to life-long inconveniences.

This innovative way of kickboxing can be followed without any problems in addition to regular training.