The title above is referring to a ground bag, not an actual person…haha. This is a great tool for any BJJ practitioner or MMA fighter.  I feel that the ground bag helps work on basic fundamentals and at the same time allows one to open up their imagination and creativity. There are many positions, transitions, › Read more
Martial Arts has made a huge comeback over the last 10 years, and one of the best ways to get your school noticed is to incorporate the power of YouTube into your advertising campaigns.  YouTube currently has over 1 billion users each month, making it a powerful tool for anyone who wants to get their › Read more
The Importance of Defense
“Offense scores points, defense wins championships,” was a common saying a former coach of mine always told my middle school basketball team.  BJJ and MMA are far different then basketball, however the same defensive mentality should apply.  Defense is a big part of any sport.  You can be as good as you want on the › Read more
Duke Roufus stopped by, New Thai made line
World renowned Muay Thai & MMA coach Duke Roufus (4-Time world kickboxing champion) stopped by today to check out the new Thai line of equipment he was instrumental in the development of the products.  Implementing extremly high grade materials and construction with unique adjustments to make the equipment a winner for use in both Muay › Read more
Overcoming Training Plateaus
Definition of a Plateau A period during which the level of something does not change, especially after a period it was increasing. As we all know, sports and martial arts in general are very physically and mentally demanding.  Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu definitely falls into this category.  During my journey from white belt to black belt I › Read more
History of the Triangle
By: Omar Choudhury The triangle is a widely recognized symbol of BJJ.  It’s commonly used in many academy logos around the world.  The philosophy of the triangle came from the Gracie family stating that no matter what side the triangle sets, it will have a strong base, with the three sides representing the mind, body, › Read more
Combat Corner Fight Team Dominant at NAFC “Battle in the Ballroom”
On Saturday September 28th local fight fans once again flooded the historic Eagles Club Ballroom for an action packed card from the North American Fighting Championship. As always the NAFC put together a card that showcased the top up and coming professional prospects from the Midwest. The NAFC continues to be a stable for major › Read more
By Omar Choudhury Martial Arts have been around for a very long time with some of the traditional aspects such as respect, honor, and discipline still being carried into today’s academies. In the past most academies taught one discipline ranging from Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Boxing, Kickboxing, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, etc. With the highly popular sport › Read more
How to Train Properly for an Upcoming BJJ Competition
Preparing for a BJJ tournament takes a lot of hard work.  Just “rolling” isn’t going to get you ready.  Don’t get me wrong, it’s definitely a big part of training and what everyone looks forward to, but you sometimes need to break it down a little more.  In this article, I would like to share › Read more
The Benefits of Keeping a Training Journal
Mixed Martial Arts is an extremely competitive contact sport that requires optimal dedication and practice. Mastering this sport is challenging, because there are so many different skills and disciplines that must be learned. Using a training journal as a way to organize your thoughts and keep track of your skills can be the ideal way › Read more
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