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Fit and Fearless
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Today 6:00 – 7:00 am, 11:30 am – 9:00 pm
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2800 Ih 35 South #100 Austin, TX 78704
2800 Ih 35 South #100USTexasAustin78704
(512) 441-5728fitandfearless.com
Martial Arts School, Personal Trainer
Martial Arts School
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Self Defense School
Today 6:00 – 7:00 am, 11:30 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 6:00 – 7:00 am, 11:30 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 6:00 – 7:00 am, 11:30 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 6:00 – 7:00 am, 11:30 am – 9:00 pmThursday 6:00 – 7:00 am, 11:30 am – 9:00 pmFriday 12:30 – 1:30 pm, 6:15 – 7:15 pmSaturday 9:30 am – 12:30 pmSunday Closed

Fit and Fearless gives you the best Krav Maga, Jiu Jitsu and CrossFit Austin has to offer. Sign up for your free first class today and get started living your best life. We can't wait to help you grow!
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"The instructors are fantastic."
"I cannot say enough about how much I love Fit & Fearless."
"Best place to get a great workout, meet good people, and stay in shape."
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Kate Wright
2 months ago
Fit and Fearless is the best for self defense! I've been to 3 other self defense gyms in Austin and this is by far the best structured, most practical, and absolutely the best workout. They focus on technique as well as endurance. I've been a member here for about 1.5 years and have seen my endurance increase dramatically. I've learned some great skills and am continually challenged to improve. The beginning of class is an intense warm up, followed by some basic skills, and then a real life scenario drill. You really never know when you'll need these skills, so the practical real life drills really bring everything home. Robins level 1 classes are amazing. She focuses on technique and makes sure we all have fun while we are there. She spends a lot of time one-on-one with the students to ensure any questions they have get answered and they are continuously improving.
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Wes Allison
2 months ago
I've been a member at Fit & Fearless for about a year now & it has been a transformative experience. I was looking for way to get a good workout with real world practicality and self-defense seemed like a useful skill to have on hand. The staff and members are very welcoming and helpful to beginners. That made it easy to keep coming back for another intense hour of Krav. The group lesson format allows for everyone, regardless of experience, to push themselves beyond their personal limit. All of the instructors are skilled at explaining technique and drilling us to perform under stress and fatigue to develop a fighting spirit. Every instructor has their own teaching style and it's helpful to get different perspectives on the system. One instructor I'd like to spotlight is Robin. In Level 1 class, her method of teaching combatives and defenses is easy to understand and repeat. In Combatives Conditioning, her tabatas and functional exercises will totally wipe you out and get your endorphins flowing. Her music selection is motivational, too. Anyway, if you are considering learning self-defense, this is the place to do it. After a trial session, you'll know if it's for you.
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James Shaw
a year ago
I joined Fit and Fearless in January 2013 after a friend recommended trying Krav Maga and from the first lesson I loved it! It's a great combination of exercise and self-defense techniques, and there is no ceremony to it. It's purely about how to defend yourself in the most efficient way possible (which is usually to be aggressive right back). Fit and Fearless have always been friendly and welcoming. I've visited other studios and the machismo is overwhelming - F&F are like an extended family. You'll quickly get to know the staff and instructors on a first name basis -and they'll know you - and you'll have fun at their social events too. There's a reason that so many women attend their classes. I highly recommend you try them out for a couple of classes - you'll probably stay!
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Nisha Pederson Cohen
a year ago
Best place to get a great workout, meet good people, and stay in shape. All the instructors really care about their students and are great at what they do. Good classes that are always something new and exciting. So if you want to stay/get in shape and make some new friends, this is the place!
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Elizabeth Ross
2 months ago
Fit & Fearless is a community. One pillar of it, in particular, is Parker Westbrook -- my favorite instructor. All of the instructors are fantastic in terms of their technique and teaching ability, but Parker provides stories. She's able to make a technique or drill make sense and become relevant. She embodies the first principle of Krav Maga and that's to avoid a fight in the first place. Everything becomes a game in her class and she always has a new trick up her sleeve. Her classes are far more tactical and teach you self-possession and craftiness. She encourages us to run like crazy and cheat our way through any drill, wherever possible, because there is no such thing as cheating in Krav. The brain never goes autopilot in her classes and her workouts rarely ever feels like exercise because of that. She is as kind as she is powerful; always making herself available to students and is very supportive for problems happening outside the classroom as well. The confidence and reassurance you walk away with is much more salient.
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E Herrera
2 months ago
Where did Liam Neeson learn those skills that saved his daughter in Taken? How did Matt Damon become unstoppable and unbeatable in The Bourne Identity? I'd say they must have taken Robin's classes. Robin is an awesome instructor and she challenges you to push yourself. Try her class and your only regret will be that you didn't try it sooner.
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Keith Erikson
a year ago
I love Fit and Fearless. I get to work out next to really great people who I now consider close personal friends, I get to learn important skills taught by people who know what they're doing, I get to have fun, and on top all of that I get a great workout. I get unsure about things really quickly. Having never done any kind of martial arts or crossfit training before, I never had second thoughts or felt unsure about coming to class the next day. If anyone is looking for a place to stay active, you're really doing yourself a disservice by not at least giving it a try.
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Amy Winters
a year ago
This place changed my life. Krav maga, jiu jitsu, conditioning, sparring. The instructors are fantastic.

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