VI Levels is a MMA & Fitness Center Located in Winter Garden, Florida. We offer several on-going programs with multiple weekly classes for Kids starting at the age of 3. Choose from 3 of our on-going programs, for kids 3-5 years old we have Mighty Mites, our most popular program Youth is for Kids typically between 5-9 and our Teen program which the youngest can be about 10 years old. We don't focus so much on age but more skill.
We also have our Adult Program with Weekly classes and our Women's Self Defense Program. Along with our on-going programs you have a variety of Semi-Private and Private Programs to choose from. These programs are tailored to your needs and taught by one of our World Class or Celeberty Trainers.
We go the extra mile for the kids, but we don’t take forever to get there.
Within each program we offer a variety of classes, that meet multiple times per week. Each class within the program is designed to further advance everyone with our VI levels in mind.
This mighty fun class is great for improving developmental milestones. Our Mighty Might's are given a platform of coordination, following directions and patience all while teaching the foundation of Self Defense.
Our non-traditional, enhanced, Mixed Martial Arts and Gracie Jiu-Jitsu program will give your child the mental and physical skills that will assist them in everyday life. All while increasing their enthusiasm and understanding of discipline.
Our Teens Program is a continuation of our younger programs. Whether you are just joining us, or you have been with us from the beginning. Your teen will continue to develop skills designed to help them in the real world.
Whether you've trained before or you're ready to start a new chapter in life. Our Adult Program is a wonderful place for people who want to learn Self-Defense, have fun, get in great shape, all while under the watchful eye of skilled instructors.
Our Women’s Self-Defense is a 5 Week Program that meets once a week for 90 minutes. This is Women's Self-Defense thats molded to everyday situations, that’s Simple, Practical, And Most of All — Reliable.
We are currently offering a FREE WEEK TRIAL for Mighty Mites, Youth, Teen and Adult Programs. Simply sign up & select the first class you or your child would like to attend, completly FREE. Once you arrive for your class, we will handle the rest.
Excellence is not a singular act, but a habit. You are what you repeatedly do.
Our Semi-Private and Private programs offer individual and semi-individual classes that can meet multiple times per week. Helping you to form a habit that is life changing and healthy.
Ages 6 +
We offer Group and Private Classes to help get the results you desire. People who are looking for more personal attention, can hire one of our world-class coaches for Fitness & Cardio Training. Your challenge, become the best version of you!
Women’s Self-Defense That’s Simple, Practical, And Most of All — Reliable. Our Women’s Self-Defense program is based on the effective and efficient techniques of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. Molded to everyday situations.
Striking revolves around learning how to use your knees, legs, and arms to protect yourself or someone you love. Bringing in a foundation of Muay Thai, you'll become more comfortable and confident with your body.
Whether you're sending your daughter or son off to college. Or you're a current college student, learning how to get yourself out of tricky situations is a life skill. Train with our Celebrity Trainers to learn how to maneuver through life.
Learn what to do, and what not do, in the unfortunate event of a mugging. Life sometimes throws us curve balls, be prepared when the time counts. Protect yourself and your loved ones with confidence and skills to last a lifetime.
Having the family know what to do in a worst-case scenario provides a foundation for everyone to work from. Your family will build upon what to do and what not do in the event of real-life emergencies.
Learn Handgun Manipulation. When faced with an impossible decision, what do you do? Learning how to break down those seemingly impossible feats, gives you the strength and confidence in yourself to come out on top.
Looking for something but you're not too sure what? Why not try a little bit of everything? Or a lot a bit of something? Find your passion and do a sampling of all our privates and/or semi-private classes.
Boxing is one of the oldest sports known in the world today, dating back to 2,000-year-old depictions on the walls of Egyptian tombs and even stone carvings of the Sumerians — who lived in what is now Iraq — roughly 5,000 years ago.
Interestingly enough, the official name of boxing is not actually boxing. It’s pugilism. Pugilism means “practice and skills of fighting with fists.”
It’s safe to say that boxing emerged as both an exhausting and brutal spectacle of strength and will. In Ancient Greece, two men would sit facing each other with their fists securely wrapped in strips of leather. They would then begin hitting each other until one of the men fell to the ground, usually unconscious or even dead. Of course, the gladiators who participated in boxing intentionally fought to kill their opponent, wearing strips of leather with plated metal.
By 393 AD, boxing in Greece and elsewhere was abolished as it was thought to be far too brutal.
Boxing finally resurfaced during the early sixteenth century in London, England. This was largely because the English aristocracy developed a deep interest in uncovering the knowledge and tradition of antiquities, which as you can imagine, led to quite a lot of disputes. Boxing became the means of handling these disputes among the rich, and wealthy patrons would support their boxers or pugilists by putting large wagers down on their fights. This is where the term “prizefighters” came into existence.
The first person to introduce the concept of a boxing school was Jack Broughton — the reigning champion pugilist between 1734 and 1758. He helped to create the first set of boxing rules and invented mufflers, which later became modern boxing gloves. Upon opening the first boxing school, Broughton invited “high society gentlemen” to go from sponsoring fighters with their wagers to becoming fighters themselves, and with great success.
By the nineteenth century, boxing made its way to America. It wasn’t very popular at first, that is until Theodore Roosevelt became its greatest advocate.
When Roosevelt was just a police commissioner, he would encourage his officers to train in the “art of pugilism” He would say that boxing “is a great way to vent out a man’s animal spirit,” and this belief of his didn’t change even after he became president. He continued to box daily to keep in shape and remain active.
Thanks to Roosevelt, boxing grew in popularity, and guidelines and rules were put in place to ensure fighters’ protection. It is now the sport America may just love more than baseball.
Today, boxing is fought in two forms: Amateur and professional. Amateur boxing — which became an Olympic sport in 1908 — carries on for three to four rounds while professional boxing goes to twelve rounds. Scores are made up of points that are accumulated by the number of clean blows struck. Amateurs wear protective headgear to reduce the risk of head injury, and any blows below the belt, kidney, and behind the head are strictly prohibited.
Professional boxing, on the other hand, does not use protective gear, and blows are only prohibited below the belt. This gives the pros a lot more freedom to fight with paramount strength and technique.