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Adult BJJ and Muay Thai Kickboxing Schedule Changes Starting March 1, 2020

We asked for your feedback and got some awesome ideas on how to improve both our BJJ and Muay Thai Kickboxing programs. Here is a description of the changes we have made. Link to the new schedule can be found here if needed. EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 2020 BJJ Teen/Adults • Added Monday and Wednesday morning…

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MTC Weekly Curriculum 2/17/2020

2/17/2020 THOUGHT OF THE WEEK: Showing respect for classes before/after your class Having an Academy where students are respectful to each other and the instructors is something that has always set our school a part from others.  This week we are reminding all of the students of some of our current policies: 1-The current class…

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two muay thai coaches watching a fighter compete behind a MMA cage

Weekly Curriculum BJJ, Kickboxing, Muay Thai 2/10/2020

2/10/2020 THOUGHT OF THE WEEK: Competition BJJ FUNDAMENTALS A. Rearsweep, Escape the mount (buck and roll) B. Haymaker D, Escape the mount (knee to elbow)  BJJ INTERMEDIATE Reposition Guard, Pendulum Sweep/Armbar BLACK BELT Escape and Defend Submissions from Mount Week 2 KICKBOXING Teeps/Push Kicks MUAY THAI FUNDAMENTALS Pad Holding, Kicks MUAY THAI INTERMEDIATE Kicks KIDS…

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WEEKLY CURRICULUM 1/13/2020

  Speech: Control If you can’t control yourself you will not be able to control someone else. One of the most important things in your training is to keep yourself and your partner safe. Your progression is not just based on coming to class.  Before you will be eligible for your 2nd  stripe or green…

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WEEKLY CURRICULUM 1/6/2020

Speech: Complementing your training outside of the Academy  Everything that is good for your body is good for the practice of martial arts.  Some of the things that we recommend are: A Healthy diet Drink plenty of water-bring a water bottle to practice and drink at least 8 classes of water per day. Eat well…

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Gracie Jiu-Jitsu & Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu | WHAT IS the difference? 

       Below we are going to break down the differences between Gracie Jiu-Jitsu and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. However, before we do let’s take a look at some history.  Jiu-Jitsu began in Japan over 500 years ago and was practiced by samurai warriors. Around 100 years ago, a man named Jigoro Kano (above) began modifying…

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WEEKLY CURRICULUM 12/16/19

Speech: Complementing your training outside of the Academy  Everything that is good for your body is good for the practice of martial arts.  Some of the things that we recommend are: A Healthy diet Drink plenty of water-bring a water bottle to practice and drink at least 8 classes of water per day. Eat well…

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WEEKLY CURRICULUM 12/09/19

Speech: Enduring Challenging Training Situations Learning how to stay calm when you are mounted or when you are out of breath while sparring is a very important skill.  Remember to breath, stay relaxed and keep your minds eye on the energy in your body and not in worse case scenarios. Announcements -Easton Muay Thai Smoker…

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WEEKLY CURRICULUM 12/02/19

Speech: Mix up your training partners “You must not fight too often with one enemy, or you will teach him all your art of war” Napoleon Bonaparte Announcements -Smoker Dec. 14th if anyone interested in doing one in the future would like to go watch to see what it’s like. Also, Coach Gabe has a…

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WEEKLY CURRICULUM 11/18/19

Announcements: -We will be Closed For Thanksgiving and will be posting some open mat times soon! Gratitude When you focus on the things that you do have rather then the things you don’t have your attitude totally changes.  Focus not only on the big things but the little things like having running water, cloths to…

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