LombardMMA and Titan Fitness & Martial Arts(Team Titan) is the leader in Muay Thai training and competition in the State College, PA and Penn State community. Titan Fitness & Martial Arts is the longest(15 years) existing Muay Thai and MMA gym in the State College, PA area. Team Titan has produced over 20 male and female amateur Muay Thai fighters since 2006.
Muay Thai training at Titan Fitness & Martial Arts is one of their most popular classes for both males and females. With a strong commitment to training all students have the opportunity to take their Muay Thai to the next level of training...competition. Team Titan has earned over a 75% success rate in the Muay Thai ring and will continue to provide students and athletes the coaching and support to achieve their ultimate Muay Thai goals.
The Muay Thai classes at Titan are for all levels, gender, and ages. Classes are filled with many students(95%) with no aspirations of competing, but with the desire to learn the sport of Muay Thai for their own self-protection, fitness, and mental confidence goals. All Muay Thai practitioners at Titan train with and support their fellow classmates with an ego-free attitude.
Titan Fitness & Martial Arts continues to be the leader in the Centre County region for Muay Thai Kickboxing training and development. Come train in a safe and friendly environment and learn from the professionals and high level Muay Thai practitioners.
LombardMMA is an alliance of Titan Fitness & Martial Arts, and is own by Professional MMA and Muay Thai Coach, Bruce Lombard.
Bruce Lombard is the most experienced and recognized Professional MMA and Muay Thai Coach in the State College and Penn State community. Bruce has been training in the martial arts for over 25 years. He has been teaching and coaching martial arts to Penn State students, State College residents, and collegiate & professional athletes for two decades.
Coach Lombard has been the head martial arts instructor at Titan Fitness & Martial Arts, located in downtown State College, since 2002. Bruce has helped students of both genders learn the martial arts between the ages of six years old up to 60 years old. He works with different levels of abilities from beginners to professional athletes.
He has recently been recognized for his influence and work within the Penn State University student population.
Onward State article link: "Bruce Lombard Prepares Penn Staters For The NFL Through MMA."
His rates are favorable and the quality of instruction is at the highest level in the Central Pennsylvania region and beyond.
Bruce Lombard is a Professional MMA and Muay Thai Coach located in State College, PA. Bruce has over 25 years of experience in martial arts and has been instructing martial arts for over two decades to the Penn State and State College community.
Bruce has been teaching and coaching at Titan Fitness & Martial Arts since its inaugural year in 2002. In 2009, Bruce began his own brand of martial arts training under the name LombardMMA. Under the LombardMMA umbrella, Bruce offers private martial arts training and also created three seperate unique programs. These programs include: MMAFx (Mixed Martial Arts/Football Cross Training; LombardMMA-FIT (Home Kickboxing Fitness Program); and Martial Arts Fitness (Secondary School PE Curriculum).
Bruce was recently recognized for his martial arts and fitness commitment to the Penn State student body and PSU athletes by the Penn State number one student news resource, Onward State.
See the recent article by Jon Deasy below...
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LombardMMA provides private lessons in eight different areas of martial arts training. Instruction is dictated by the interest of the martial art student, and all private sessions are instructed by professional MMA and Muay Thai coach, Bruce Lombard.
Follow this link to learn more about each training option and rates!
LombardMMA works in partnership with Titan Fitness & Martial Arts and is located at 127 Sowers Street in downtown State College, PA. One block off of Penn State Campus.