Posted On:2/11/2007 12:15pm
Style: MMA / KALI
Progressive Martial Arts, located in Queens, New York, was established in 1995. Currently located in a brand new, state of the art 4,500 sq. ft. facility, PMA offers programs for all ages. Our youth program is age specific and is targeted towards the developmental stage of each child. Our Adult Program is like none other, offering several programs including a comprehensive Jeet Kune Do program, a Weaponry program, and a Sport Fighting program which includes Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and Mixed Martial Arts.
PMA instructors represent elite organizations such as:
Inosanto International Martial Arts Instructors Assoc. (Sifu Dan Inosanto)Thai Boxing Assoc. of the USA (Ajarn Surachai Sirisute)Combat Submission Wrestling (Erik Paulson)Dog Brohers Martial Arts (Guro Marc "Crafty Dog" Denny)Sayoc Kali (Tuhon Chris Sayoc)Atienza Kali (Tuhon Carl Atienza)Renzo Gracie Brazilian Jiu-JitsuVisit Progressive Martial Arts online: http://www.pmajkd.com
Last edited by NickPro; 6/27/2007 7:22am at .
Posted On:3/20/2007 11:38am
Style: I/L, Sayoc, Atienza FMA
Been training here since 2005.... great place, I highly recommend it!
Posted On:3/30/2007 3:15pm
Style: Kickboxing, Boxing, BJJ
I've been looking into a place in the Queens area, with Progressive one of the more attractive options, but the review comes off as more ad than objective piece.
By the Hoary Hand of Hoggoth.....
Posted On:3/30/2007 3:17pm
Style: JKD & Mok'bara
True, but that affiliate list is pretty impressive!
Posted On:11/15/2007 11:10am
Style: Da Cheng, Smallsword
When I started training I walked in and looked around, talked to the guys, and watched a little grappling class. They seemed to have a good curriculum. I may well join this school in the near future.
Thanks for this review, but I do agree with yodaman's critique of the review (post #2).
Posted On:12/03/2007 12:33am
Style: Kempo, MMA
When I lived in Queens, a lifetime ago, I actually studied there for about 2 years. I believe I was one of the first students to sign up when he opened. I know I was part of his first class to take the phase 2 test.
The place was very good, very intense, but by their website I can tell things have changed a lot. I remember at that time Nick talked about how he would never have kid's classes. At the very beginning I'm pretty sure he said he'd never have women there either.
I'm sure the school has even gotten much better as Nick's experience grew. Even back then there were guys competitively kickboxing in local events.
Posted On:10/24/2008 9:55pm
Style: Judo, BJJ
then why dont current students of PMA like me write a review based on our experience?
Posted On:6/15/2009 3:25pm
The owner is Nick.
The reviewer is Nick.
Things that make ya go hhhmmmmm.
Maybe it's just me but I find that sort of thing deceitful and instantly look to take my business elsewhere.
Posted On:6/17/2009 12:20pm
all 10s, this appears to be a totally unbiased opinion, good job following the guidelines.
Posted On:6/22/2009 12:24pm
Style: BJJ blue, judo ikkyu
Reviews like this should rightfully be regarded as a disgrace.
Last edited by 1point2; 6/24/2009 2:15pm at .
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