The word Kenpo is how Japanese people describe any Chinese martial art. In Japan Kenpo is used similarly to how Americans use the terms Kung Fu or Wu Shu. American Kenpo was developed in Hawaii. Most schools that teach the more »
The word Kung Fu literally translates to “hard work and dedication”. In Chinese this can refer to any activity and does not necessarily have anything to do with Martial Arts. Practicing writing skills or even the act of making more »
Karate is a martial art that originated in Okinawa and was used by locals to defend themselves. Though relatively uncommon in professional fighting there are some accomplished MMA fighters, such as Georges St-Pierre and “Lyoto Machida, have Karate backgrounds. This is more »
Boxing, or the sweet science, is a sport where two combatants engage in a test of strength and skill by using gloved hands to deliver punches. Many argue that the sport started in the Olympics of 688 BCE but others more »
Roberto Traven– Head Coach Fight Team Sponsors Dymond Jones Weight: 185 Record: Pro/Am: 10/2 Pete Snider Weight: 185 Record: Pro/Am: 4/0 Jeff Boudreaux Weight: 170 Record: Pro/Am: 4/1 Randy Pogue Weight: 155 Record: Pro MMA: 1/0 Pro Boxing: 8/9/2 more »
Thank you for registering for a free week of training at Unit 2 Fitness. One of our trainers will contact you to setup a time for you to come to the gym. On your 1st visit you will need to bring more »
Pete Snider has won his 2nd MMA Fight at Cowboys Atlanta with a 1st round submission.
Congratulations to the Unit 2 Fitness / Roberto Traven BJJ Team for getting the gold medal at the 6th annual Casca Grossa grappling tournament.
Jeff Boudreaux dominates his opponent in his 1st amateur mixed martial arts event at Wild Bills. Jeff wins in unanimous decision after the 3rd round.
Congratulations to the Unit 2 Fitness / Roberto Traven BJJ Team for getting the Gold medal in Gi and Silver medal in No-Gi at the NAGA. The team also had the highest combined adult points of any of the teams.