Martial Arts Business Succcess

We help you grow your martial arts business

Create financial freedom and the lifestyle you've always wanted without sacrificing your passion for martial arts.
Paul Veldman coaching a martial arts business owner

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One Lesson Unlocked $30,000 For Andrew
"One lesson in particular really hit home with me and it unlocked $30,000 that was stuck in my business. I now have a tight grip on my numbers and my cashflow thanks to MABS".
Andrew Grace
PenninsuLA karate
Dave Doubled His Business During Covid!
"It's a true story! What MABS taught me about online student engagement not only saved my business from shrinking, it actually helped me grow by more than 100% during Covid lockdown."
Dave Friendman
Krav maga australia

being a great martial arts instructor is not enough!

Being passionate about your art is one thing, running a successful martial arts business is another!
I know what it's like to teach martial arts because you love it. I also know how hard it can be trying to grow a martial arts business. 

I went from having to pay the studio rent out of my full time job wages, and feeling burnt out, to creating a very comfortable lifestyle for my family. The shift from struggling and being frustrated, to financial freedom and enjoying my martial arts more than ever, came when I finally made the decision to get some help. I engaged the services of several businesses coaches.

This decision was the turning point that changed everything beyond what I could have imagined. 

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MABS Online University

Access essential learning tools, videos, templates and business growth tips through our online program.
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MABS Legacy Coaching

Access our high level mastermind group and one to one personal mentoring from MABS founder Paul Veldman.
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About your coach

Paul Veldman

From police officer to Successful Martial Arts Organisation
As a former Victoria Police Officer, Paul's roles included being a “Train the Trainer” in Defensive Tactics, Firearms and Conflict Management, a Forced Building Entry Instructor, and Siege and Hostage Negotiator.

In 1996, during a police training accident, Paul injured his knee requiring a full reconstruction. Bored out of his brain not being able to train, he ended up on the mats helping out his Sensei with classes.

Sometime later his instructor said, “There’s a building down the road that would make a good dojo, how would you like to run a club?” Paul thought, “How hard could it be?” How’s that for a business plan!

What followed was far from smooth sailing, but, that was then - this is now: