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Trident Academy-Martial Arts

14220 Smoketown Rd
Woodbridge, VA 22192 703-490-2425

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Real MMA training since late 1990s. Founder is retired Navy SEAL with incredible... - Apr 30, 2021

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Yamasaki Academy Woodbridge

13546 Minnieville Rd
Woodbridge, VA 22192 703-326-9567

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Excellent instructors: For Brazilian jiu jitsu, a black belt. For Muay Thai,... - Aug 30, 2016

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American Karate Academy

12660 Valleywood Dr
Woodbridge, VA 22192 703-929-1450

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US Tae Kwon Do College

12500 Dillingham Sq
Woodbridge, VA 22192 703-583-6766

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Emphasis is on character building as opposed to fiighting. Good instructors,... - Dec 08, 2012

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