After moving to the north Denver area, I wanted to continue some sort of martial arts/fitness training and found this place online. I've only been attending for a few weeks but have made some observations. The training focuses on primarily using boxing/kick boxing techniques for self defense. The course is methodical and well thought through, with emphasis on technique. They don't rush people through the classes, having different sessions for contact sparring and non-contact training. Also, the adults are not required to earn multi- or rainbow colored belts.. It's sort of the anti-thesis of a mc dojo, so if you really badly want a black belt in 3 years this might not be the place for it. I'm mostly there to just continue to work on increasing/maintaining skills, learning new things, self-defense, and fitness. It stands out as being a great value (compared to other martial arts places in the area) with family discounts for multiple members and the instructors are very friendly, patient, and helpful. The facility is large, clean, and well appointed. Thank you and I'm looking forward to continued training with you!