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Jiu Jitsu Combo Class
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Jiu Jitsu is a grappling centered martial art. The aim is to gain a dominant position over your opponent and cause them to submit through the use of joint locks and choke holds. A core principle is that a smaller or weaker person can easily defend themselves against a larger stronger opponent through the use of leverage and technique. This is the perfect opportunity to get in shape, learn how to defend yourself on the ground and gain confidence! The 30 min. fundamentals class will build an understanding of body position and transitions to then segway into the 60 min instructional and live rolling class. USMMA is located at 316 Hartford Ave. in Bellingham.
Located in Bellingham, Massachusetts, USMMA incorporates Total Body Wellness into every aspect of its curriculum. We place tremendous emphasis on developing the mind and spirit in all of our classes, to show our members that good health is a way of life. This is accomplished through the study of Yoga, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Muay Thai Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts, with an ever-present focus on practicing good health and habits to ensure a long and fulfilling life.
About Instructor Tom Hafers:
Tom Hafers is a well known and respected coach of Mixed Martial arts across the country and beyond. He has over 20 years of experience training with and coaching some of the biggest names in the sport. Tom Promoted the first mixed martial events in Massachusetts. He is sought after for his unique and powerful teaching skills.
Goals and Objectives:
To acquire the basic skill of grappling and self-defense in a fun and safe environment while burning calories and gaining confidence!
What to bring:
No equipment needed
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