Mixed Martial Arts (MMA)

Train like an MMA fighter at Heritage Hills Athletic Club! HHAC is proud to announce a partnership with RED LION BRAZILIAN JIU JITSU.

Lose Weight, Gain Strength and Stamina!

Our fighter conditioning sessions utilize MMA techniques and training drills to form a unique circuit of cardio and strength exercises. These are the same workouts that our fighters use when preparing for an MMA fight. This is a super intense class with proven results. You will have a great workout alongside our fighters, coaches, and other members in a fun, high-energy setting.

For more information, please contact Tom Flemming at (717) 676-3782 or tomnchri@gmail.com. 

Class Times

Tuesday, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Thursday, 7:10 PM – 9:00 PM

Thursday, 6:30 PM – 7:00 PM

Sign up at the HHAC Front Desk.  Classes are limited to 12 participants.

Membership Fees

$75/ Month includes Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Classes

$45 / Month includes Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Classes

Meet Our Trainers

Tom Fleming
Tom Fleming has been studying Brazilian Jiu Jitsu for over 10 years and currently holds the rank of Black Belt. His passions include Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and MMA. Tom has competed in many grappling competitions over his career and placed in each. Tom is also very active in the MMA community. He has helped to train and coach fighters within many fight organizations such as Bellator, CFFC, and the World Series of fighting. Tom and his family currently reside in the Red Lion Pa area.

Chad Strawbridge
Chad Strawbridge has been active in the MMA community for nearly a decade. Chad is a professional MMA fighter (5-1 overall record), manager, trainer, and coach. Chad has an uncanny ability to pick apart opponents and find their weaknesses so that his fighters can capitalize. Chad was the head coach of Team Total Domination and has trained countless MMA amateur and professional fighters to great success. Many of his fighters have gone on to fight in major organizations such as Bellator, CFFC, and World Series of Fighting. Chad’s philosophy is that you make the training much harder than the actual fight…so the fight seems easy by comparison.