We currently offer five programs that support at-risk youth and vulnerable community members.
The first program is the Community Classes, which runs three days a week. It is open to various members of the at-risk youth community, including foster youth from other programs who want to work out on their off days, foster youth awaiting the launch of our other programs, members of the local community facing financial struggles, and individuals battling addiction.
The second program is Round 2, in partnership with Jenni’s Flowers. This program focuses on mental health and foster youth to create a comprehensive initiative that provides one hour of MMA training and 30 minutes of mental well-being activities.
Just Flow is a bag work class and mentoring program where our head coach and professional fighter, Chase Gibson, works with a diverse group of students. Its primary focus is on nurturing and developing the potential of those who possess the ability and ambition to progress further or who have progressed to the next level of MMA.
The Cooper Gibson Scholarship program offers specialized training for student teams throughout California. Our program includes mentorship and free access to a fight gym near them. This program is for our students as they pursue a career in combat sports.
Lastly, we offer our program to many students and conduct outreach work at rehabilitation centers and parks across Southern California, such as South Central, Inglewood, and Gardena. We use MMA to help people cope with the challenges of addiction and overall mental health wellness.