ABOUT CRAZY 88 MMA – OWINGS MILLS
Crazy 88 was founded in 2005 by Julius Park with the intention of providing a truly world-class Martial Arts training environment in a positive, family-oriented atmosphere. He envisioned a location where an average person could begin training, and if he or she truly wanted it, could reach the highest level of combat sports – all in one place. He also believed that one did not to “water down” the martial arts in order to run a successful program and that people would prefer an honest and challenging system to a fake easy one.
OWINGS MILLS MARTIAL ARTS PROGRAMS & CLASSES
Martial arts training must be relevant for the time and environment we live in today. Throughout history, fighting styles have been created and refined by real-world engagements where techniques either succeeded or failed in actual combat.
In the same way, modern-day Martial Arts techniques are constantly tested in the unforgiving crucible of real world competitions. Because our school actively participates in training competitors, our trainers must learn what works against the world’s best fighters – and how to to pass on that knowledge efficiently.
As a result, our students get hold of the most effective self-defense techniques available anywhere – in an environment geared towards learning and real skill development.
All our martial arts classes are structured for individuals with different goals and schedules – our general classes are intended for individuals who want to get in better shape and increase their self-defense ability. We also offer Competition training as well as Personal one-on-one training.
- New training area with Zebra Mats
- Two separate male and female bathrooms
- Full set of Muay Thai pads
- Four tier metal racks for gym equipment
- Running cycle for cardio
- Weight training equipment
- Retail store
- Four large Muay Thai heavybags
- MMA and wrestling training dummies
- Convenient spectating area
Overall, my experience here has been great. It’s top notch training, in my opinion. I had very excellent training also in Taekwondo and so I base pretty much everything off of that and this is right up there, if not even better, than what I received formally. Taekwondo – it was a good base for me to start with, but I felt like it was kind of lacking in practicality for me. I wanted to just become more well-rounded of a martial artist. It has boosted my confidence exponentially for the last 7 years and I continue to do it not just for the fitness of it, but for that mental aspect of it.
– Jenna, Air Force Linguist