There are a wide variety of schools, styles and approaches to Martial Arts out there. Which one is the best? The debate is very complex and the comparison very confusing. ScoreFit position is that this debate is also pointless.
ScoreFit Team believes that it is not about the art ... it is all about the artists. No art is, in essence, superior to another. Only the practitioners and his instructor(s) will make a difference. All ScoreFit instructors are well versed in various martial arts and highly respect other forms of combat. Joining ScoreFit must be a personal choice when the content of our teaching matches your expectations, objectives and values
On top of trying classes and see if it is inline with your expectations, let's be also more specific about our believes and the foundations of our style:
It is important to understand what it means to punch without gloves (in the street, you don't have them on)
At advanced level, it is important to understand the importance of body conditioning and breathing (in the street, you don't wear protection gear)
It is important to understand that one single strike may give you victory in a match (with a referee) but will not necessarily stop a real aggressor in the real life
At advanced level (adult only) it is important to understand what it means to face more than one single opponent, or to face an aggressor with a weapon
At advanced level it is vital to understand why you must never end up and remain on the ground and why Karate has "apparently" no ground fighting techniques but has a everything it requires to cope with a situation where you fall down and face several opponent
If all these specific points are of interest to you, then ScoreFit is the right place for you to train.