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Partner Drills — Three Reasons to Pair Up with Someone New- Oldie but Goodie

Posted: October 27, 2014 in BJJ Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, DWMMA, DWMMA - Dragon Within Mixed Martial Arts, Fitness, Inspirational, Kickboxing, Krav Maga, Mixed Martial Arts, MMA, MMA Fights, MMAXOUT, Newsletter, Self Defense, Specials, Thai Kickboxing, Workshop
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Thai Kickboxing

Remember your first day of school? Remember walking into the classroom for the first time and taking a seat? Probably not; but I bet you were sitting in the same seat at the end of the school year? C’mon, you know I’m right. As human beings, we are creatures of habit. If we find something we like, we are hard-pressed to change… even if we know it’s good for us. It’s no different with martial arts training.  In Thai kickboxing, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu/BJJ and Filipino Jiu-Jitsu, we rely on our training partners to help us to learn and get the best possible workout. Naturally when paring up to do partner drills, we gravitate toward people we know, people we like and people have worked with before. However, if you work with the same person every night, you might not be learning as much or progressing as fast as you can. Sure, you may be comfortable… but, maybe, you’re too comfortable. Rather than falling into your comfort zone and training with the same partner every night, you should try to branch out and work with someone new every chance you get. Here’s why: 1. Different people give different energy — people come in all sizes and shapes; all with different temperaments — some are gentile, some are aggressive. If you always train with a smaller, less aggressive person, you’ll never learn how to deal with a more aggressive opponent. Training with different people will give you a feel for how to deal with different people’s energy. 2. You’ll learn faster — training with people of varying skills will help you learn faster. By mixing up your training partners, you have the opportunity to learn from more advanced students and to help coach, teach and mentor the lower ranks. Either way, forcing yourself out of your comfort zone will make adapt and think about what you are doing, making you a better martial artist. 3. You’ll meet new people — our gym is a community. Training with new people will introduce you to new people, you’ll learn a few more names and who knows, maybe even make a friend or two. So next time the instructor calls out “pair up”… what are you going to do? Head toward the same partner as last night, or are you going to branch out and work with someone new? You’ve got everything to gain and nothing to lose by branching out.

Dragon Within Mixed Martial Arts offers the most  functional and realistic self-defense and fitness programs in the North Shore area.

We offer Thai Kickboxing, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu(BJJ), Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Filipino Jiu-Jitsu and Children’s programs.

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Don’t Wait!  Call TODAY to sign up for your 30 DAYS FREE! 978-745-8511 Dragon Within Mixed Martial Arts, Salem MA, provides the most realistic and practical self-defense programs for Massachusetts and North Shore Area including: Peabody MA, Salem MA, Beverly MA, Lynn MA, Marblehead MA, Danvers MA

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I want to give a special shout out to all the members of our Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu team that are out today fighting for cancer! Tap cancer out is not only a great competition for out team to get some practice in, but it is an amazing fundraiser for cancer. Too many people are loosing the fight to cancer everyday. I’m sure we all have had an experience with a cancer patient. We need to do all we can to help these people. And what better way then combining our favorite sport with a fundraiser? There is also a way for people who cannot or don’t compete to just donate a little money. People fighting cancer are giving everything, even their last breath to try to make a break through for someone else. Let’s keep fighting the fight. Dragon within teaches Brazilian jiu-jitsu not only for a street fighting stand point, but will also teach anyone who is willing to learn, the fundamentals of competing. We will make you the best competitor you are capable of. If you’re willing to put in the effort, we will take you the distance. Way to go team dragon for competing this weekend and for fighting in the fight against cancer. You truly are an inspiration to those less fortunate.

 

Tap out cancer has only been around since 2011, but has already made a huge impact. Together with donations, these competitions have raised over $135,000 for numerous cancer causes.

Statistics show that over 560,000 people lose the fight against cancer every year. This equals to 1,500 people a day. Can you imagine how many 1,500 is? That is a lot of people to die in one day. Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States. This is equal to 1 out of every 4 deaths are due to cancers.

“Tap Cancer Out’s founder, Jon Thomas, has spent the last six years of his life training in the art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ). While the sport is commonly misunderstood as something similar to cage-fighting, it is actually quite the contrary.  BJJ is both martial art and sport – a method for promoting both physical fitness and high moral character, and ultimately, a way of life. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu offers far more to a student than a repertoire of arm locks and chokeholds.  It builds camaraderie, self-respect, and discipline. The student becomes part of a team, and ultimately a community of grapplers.” Taken from the tap cancer out website. I couldn’t say it better myself.

 

“At Tap Cancer Out, believe that the jiu-jitsu community can come together to help raise money and awareness to support these organizations, hospitals, doctors, researchers and volunteers who won’t quit until they’ve forced cancer to tap out.”

We need to make people understand that BJJ is not only about fighting and being big and strong. It is not as intimidating as some make it seem. Bjj students are like a family or a unit. They take their skill and turn it into a way of life for themselves. Bringing all these families together to raise money is the same as bringing the running community together to run 5k’s for cancer.

 

“Tap Out: A combat sports term for yielding to the opponent, and hence resulting in an immediate defeat.

 

Let Dragon Within Martial Arts introduce you to our family….

Get your Free Class today!

Don’t wait, 

Call 978.745.8511

click www.dwmma.com

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or visit 11 Franklin st. Salem MA 01970

 

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The is Kyra Gracie. The daughter of the original founder of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

The is Kyra Gracie. The daughter of the original founder of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Anyone can do jiu-jitsu and even if you think you cant, well show you that you can. Here I will give you the ins and outs of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and when you have finished reading, you’ll want to give it a shot too.

 

What is Jiu-Jitsu and Grappling and How do I do it?

 

  1. What is Jiu-Jitsu?

Jiu-Jitsu is a ground art, meant to teach the student how to grapple and maneuver in the tightest of quarters.

Grappling is a term used in martial arts to describe maneuvers, combinations, and ground work. It does not include striking of any sort or weapons control. Now some martial arts will include striking along side with grappling, but this does not mean it is the same thing. It is mainly just a term for grabbing each other. Jiu-Jitsu is a specific combination of moves that consists of pins, locks and gaining control over your opponent while on the ground. It is a sport that will make you a patient person. It takes years to get to a high rank. There is a reason for this. Technique is not the only thing Jits counts on; it also counts on maturity and age. It is one of the more political sports.

 

 

  1. What does grappling consist of?

Grappling has many different styles and techniques.

 

 

 

 

  • Throws: A throw is a technique in which one grappler lifts or off-balances the opponent and throws that opponent off of him. The purpose of throws varies, must mostly emphasizes throws with the potential to make the next move, position ones self in a standing position or to gain the pin.

 

  • Sprawling: When being taken down, one can sometimes counter act that take down with sprawling. Sprawling is done by shifting the legs backwards and spread out in one fast motion. If you do it correctly you will land on the opponent’s back and gain control.

 

 

  • Submissions holds: Submission holds consist of chokes and locks. Chokes can strangle or suffocate someone. Locks are more to trap the opponent and possibly cause injury or breakage to body part. This is one effective way to get your opponent to tap out or give up.
    • Securing or controlling techniques: securing is basically exactly how it sounds. You are attempting to hold down the opponent and secure them for a win, or until help arrives depending on your situation.
  • Escapes: This too is exactly how it sounds. This is the act of getting out or away from danger/opponent.

 

  • Turnovers: The point of a turn over is to get someone on their back. This is more used in competition style for point’s advantages.

 

 

  • Reversals or Sweeps: Think of a sweep as you are sweeping yourself off the rug. In most cases you are on the bottom sweeping yourself on top of the opponent to gain the control.

 

  1. Where in the world did Jiu-Jitsu come from?

Jiu-Jitsu is one of the oldest forms of martial arts. It is know to be founded in ancient time, although no one certain on what time exactly. It was founded in Japan, China, Persia, Germany Egypt and India. There is a weaponless form of wrestling that has similarities to Jiu-Jitsu. During Alexander the Great’s times (356 b.c. -323 b.c.) he brought this Greek culture of wrestling to many other areas such as India, were Jiu-Jitsu is likely to be born. Now although founded most likely in India, there is proof of the Shaolin Temple, built in the center of China, hosting Dharma as the creature of Buddhism and Boxing.

 

Later in history, the samurai warriors took this and created jiu-jitsu in its original form. Buddhist monks perfected it through their knowledge of the body’s law of physics, leverage, momentum, balance, center of gravity, and weight transmission of the body parts. They had it down to an exact science.

 

From 1860-1938 a man names Jigoro Kano, a practioner of Jiu-Jitsu, and a man of many talents not only created Judo, but took his arts to other countries and began teaching. During WWII we even got the knowledge of Judo and took it back to America. But the real story is how Kano taught in Brazil.

 

Helio Gracie trained his first student in 1929 and realized that he knew the technique of Jiu-Jitsu, but couldn’t execute it as effectively. He began constructing many experiments and many eventually mastered what is now called Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. This is the most common form of Jiu-Jitsu taught today.

 

 

 

  1. What types of Jiu-Jitsu are there?

There are many types of Jiu-Jitsu. All types can be practiced in real life situations and in competition setting. The whole point of Jits is ending a fight quickly. Compared to UFC fighting which is older than Jits competing, no one knows how to handle a fight on the ground or if they do, they cant finish the fight. Now a days things have come a long way and people tend to practice more Jits in any sport of fighting they take. To compete in Jits, You tend to win by point or by submissions. The more locks and submissions, equals more points. Just because you think you got the last pin, doesn’t mean you win. It has to be about technique and point value.

 

  1. I want learn what the samurai warriors did, that sounds awesome!

Whether you want to learn how to defend and escape a scary situation, or compete in a sport, Dragon Within Martial Arts will teach you. Our founder combines the combinations that Gracie came up with in BJJ and the combinations that Kano came up with in Judo. He gives you the best of both worlds and keeps the history alive! There is no other place to get a calm and soothing culture and atmosphere, as well as a family friendly, judgment free zone! Even planet fitness can’t give you all that.

 This is Kyrs Gracie, the daughter of the

 Now I could on and on about the art and history of BJJ, but the fact is you need to see it yourself. So what are you waiting for….

Don’t wait, Schedule your FREE, that’s right, FREE private lesson. What do you have to loose, besides weight and laziness. You have everything to gain, including technique, style, control, and much more. So act now and get in here with us

 

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Dragon Within

11 Franklin st. Salem MA 01970

click: www.dwmma.com

call: 978.745.8511

or email: dragonwithin@gmail.com

 

 

15 of our most fabulous students showing their skills in a demo at the Culture Fest in Downtown Salem.

15 of our most fabulous students showing their skills in a demo at the Culture Fest in Downtown Salem.

 

How To:

Prove you’re a hard working & motivated martial artist.

 

*We put together a team of hard working students. They worked after class to prepare for a demo at the 8th annual Culture fest. These martial artists are truly inspirational.*

 

  1. Establish a team of highly motivated students.

So at Dragon Within Mixed Martial Arts, We could have basically taken all of our students and made a fantastic demo team. We have approximately 100 child students in 3 different age groups. These age groups make up our 3 classes; Little Dragons, Juniors, and finally Young Adults. Our little Dragons are 4-6 years old. Our Juniors are ages 7-10 years old and our Young Adults are ages 11-14. We gathered as a team and hand picked 15 kids from all three classes to perform in the demonstration.

 

 

We pair up all our students carefully with each other to avoid any size or strength issues. No child is set up for failure!

 

 

  1. Teach them the moves.

Each of these students may take one or more classes per week. In addition they now added a new practice with our staff and coaches to prepare for this demo. During this hour they took their energy, discipline and confidence and brought it to life. Also bringing ones own offensive and defensive techniques in a full-blown skit. They have different variations of punches, kicks, covers, space and combinations performed in unison.

 

 

 

 

 

 

We keep them motivated with rewards and special attention and praise all the time. We even offered a snack in between classes because they get hungry after all that exercise.

 

  1. The Situations

-Baylie walks down the street and yet again, runs into that mean ol’ bully of her, Autumn. Autumn puts her hands on her one more and time and Baylie has had enough She defends herself with a crazy monkey in 50/50 then a take down. But she doesn’t stop there, no she mounts and pins that mean bully. She takes total control of the situation and then calls for help. This is great way to assert yourself against a bully with our hurting them. Remember our intention is not to hurt anyone, but do defend and evade the situation.

 

-Michelle, a tiny little thing, is walking alone and nasty looking stranger (played by our child instructor Mr. Mark) comes at her. He tries to lure her in with some money and grabs her wrist. Michelle doesn’t panic, nope, instead she takes control and grabs his arm and gives him a couple upper cuts. But when that isn’t enough she does a double leg take down get into side control mount and gives him one heck of an arm bar. This nasty bum is in some serious pain and is yelling for help, but she doesn’t give in. She takes his money and runs away yelling for help.

 

-Caleb stands on stage with Isabella showing their best boxing feed and pad work skills. They truly know the true meaning of striking, ducking and evading a strike to away from an opponent.

 

-Austin and Braeden show a more competitive style to MMA. They rock the stage with roundhouse kicks, catching, and takedowns. They even simulate a knockout. This demonstrates the more competitive edge of martial arts and the real sport imbedded in it.

 

-Sarah and Steph (one of our adult students) demonstrate a little competition mixed with some real life skill. The show walking teep kicks into roundhouse kicks. This shows a more traditional Thai Kickboxing and what its all about.

 

 

Each student looks absolutely adorable up on stage, and not one student got stage fright. They were all excited and pumped to perform!

 

 

  1. About Dragon Within

The Dragon’s at Dragon Within have been involved in martial arts training for over 50 years combined. This school has been alive for more than 10 years and is  constantly growing. Our philosophy is to teach students self defense within the Art.  The staff and students show compassion when training in the Dojo.

We believe that within the structured class our students develop self-confidence, motivation to set and reach goals, respect, discipline, and self control.  Our class is taught at a pace, which allows students to advance in their belt over time.  The time and work it takes to stay in class and earn a higher rank is what grows character, self-discipline, and patience.  We understand that it is a difficult thing to stay motivated towards, which is why it is such a great achievement when they receive that belt.  We stay focused on the Art and the way our curriculum is designed helps develop positive characteristics in our students over time.  

Our kickboxing class has the same mentality. The curriculum is designed to keep you focused and motivated. You will feel like you have accomplished something new after each class whether it be physically or mentally. 

We also offer private ART classes if you want a little refresher or missed a few days during the week. This is our way of keeping you on track and not letting you fall of the wagon. 

If you have a Facebook and would like to see a recent album or see the flow of the way we operate please find us at facebook.com/dwmma .  We also post schedule changes and member notifications there as well so definitely a good idea anyways! 

 

 

 

We have experience with students of all backgrounds and maturity levels. Even children with social disorders and anxieties tend to thrive at Dragon Within

 

 

  1. Dragon Mission Statement

Dragon Within Martial Arts provides our members with an environment where people of any background, experience and fitness level can learn and    train. Our classes are taught in a fun ego-free environment.

 

Our goal is to help our members to develop, grow, and improve both physically and mentally through their progression in Mixed Martial Arts, Krav Maga, Thai Kickboxing, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Self defense and Fitness Training. We accomplish this by offering the most functional, realistic, innovative, and enjoyable martial arts and fitness training available.

 **We would also like to give a special thanks to Miss Jess, kids program coordinator and lead instructor, for putting together such an amazing show. And huge thanks to the A3D for hosting the 8th Annual Culture Fest in downtown Salem and inviting us to be a part of it.**   

  1. Come see what we are all about.

Now I can’t possibly tell you everything Dragon Within has to offer, but what    I can tell you is that we are a dedicated school. We take pride in teaching kids of all ages and all backgrounds, the ability to have confidence, self-respect, discipline, and motivation. To find out more please call 978-745-8511 or click www.dwmma.com . You can even visit us at 11 Franklin st. Salem MA 01970. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have any time. Don’t forget to schedule your free private lesson or class today!

 

Krav maga, Thai kickboxing, Jiu-jitsu, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, BJJ, MMA, Kids martial arts, adult classes,Self defense, karate, grappling, muai thai,  

 

Krav MagaThere is a Dragon Within everyone. Krav Maga prepares you to handle attacks from all situations. As a beginner, the road may seem hard and filled with insurmountable obstacles. Krav Maga teaches you the exact techniques for overcoming those unexpected events. You will become faster, stronger, and more self assured. You will be BETTER.

On November, 1st we will offer a workshop, perfect for All levels. These types of workshops are great for an experienced Krav Maga practitioner as well as a novice. As a new student or a person with absolutely zero experience fighting, you will get a taste of how important knowing how to handle the unexpected is. You will have an epiphany of sorts, and realize how to stay safe, no matter what life throws at you. As an experienced student, this workshop offers a way to hone your skills, and deal with more than one assailant.

Experience Confidence! We will show you how. Krav Maga.

 

 

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Don’t Wait!
Call Today!
978-745-8511

Or Visit our Website
www.DWMMA.com

Knowing self-defense empowers youwith powerful techniques, strategies and confidence for life-long success!
CALL NOW TO SET UP YOUR  FREE INTRO LESSON

Dragon Within Martial Arts, Salem MA, provides the most realistic and practical self-defense programs for Massachusetts and North Shore Area including:
Peabody MA, Salem MA, Beverly MA, Lynn MA, Marblehead MA, Danvers MASwampscott MA, Nahant MA

 

 

 

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Having children in Martial Arts programs helps them in many less obvious ways. They are learning social mores and goal setting, in some cases before they even step into elementary school. Here at Dragon Within Martial Arts we believe one of the that the most central aspects of martial arts is Self-Discipline. Children engage in both mind and body during class. They learn listening, self esteem, and teamwork skills. Helping them to develop in these areas, has a direct effect on their confidence, fitness, and they are able to navigate though other parts of their world.  Their behavior in school improves, their concentration, respect and ability to cooperate improves, making for a happier, healthier academic experience. 

The best part is, ITS FUN! They are learning and growing all the while absolutely engaged and enjoying themselves. Some of the topics that we tackle throughout the year include, Handling Bully situations, Respecting others, having a positive attitude and being assertive

Don’t Wait!
Call Today to sign up!
978-745-8511

Or Visit our Website
www.DWMMA.com

Knowing self-defense empowers your child with powerful techniques, strategies and confidence for life-long success!
CALL NOW TO SET UP YOUR  FREE INTRO LESSON

Dragon Within Martial Arts, Salem MA, provides the most realistic and practical self-defense programs for Massachusetts and North Shore Area including:
Peabody MA, Salem MA, Beverly MA, Lynn MA, Marblehead MA, Danvers MA, Swampscott MA, Nahant MA

Martial Arts Benefits Adults

Teach your child the skills they need to effectively handle a bully situation, or what they can do if they witness bullying activity. At this workshop, we will be teaching children real life situations that occur, and broaden their awareness of what bullying actually is. We will be helping your child understand the 5 basic rules of engagement with a Bully, so they can become Bully Proof kids!

1) Try to AVOID the situation or conflict all together.

2) If being verbally assulted, Try to TALK it through and go and TELL an authority figure, like a teacher or parent

3) If being physically assaulted, DEFEND yourself

4) DO NOT strike a Bully back

5) Establish CONTROL, and NEGOTIATE

Don’t Wait!
Call Today to sign up!
978-745-8511

Or Visit our Website
www.DWMMA.com

Knowing self-defense empowers you with powerful techniques, strategies and confidence for life-long success!
CALL NOW TO SET UP YOUR  FREE INTRO LESSON

Dragon Within Martial Arts, Salem MA, provides the most realistic and practical self-defense programs for Massachusetts and North Shore Area including:
Peabody MA, Salem MA, Beverly MA, Lynn MA, Marblehead MA, Danvers MA

UPDATED: New Year’s Resolutions — Day 3

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Literary Shout Out

Kiki Howell is the author of titles including The Sorcerer’s Song, The Witch’s Beast, and The Healing Spell. She is working on a new series and the first book will take place right here in Salem. She was inspired to pen the new series after a trip to our city this summer. Salem, you are so inspiring.

Kick Butt

Want to kick some butt of your own in 2011?Dragon Within Mixed Martial Arts will hold its first self-defense class for women on Feb. 12. The class is $30 and proceeds benefit local non-profitHAWC. This could make a really fantastic Girls Night Out for you and your friends.

Save!

I received a great gift for Christmas — the 2011 Boston Area Entertainment Guide. The book is filled with discounts and coupons for stores, amusements, restaurants and more. I was so excited because I can start using it immediately right here in Salem. Participating Salem locations include: Daily Bagel CafeDamatas PizzaStar Dry CleanersUncle Bob’s Self StorageSubwayMcDonald’s, and Green Land Cafe.

Salem Tops the List

A new article by Maria Olia came out to celebrate the New Year. The on-line magazine iStopOver published “Make the Most of 2011: A Dozen Places to Take Your Kids in New England.” Salem was named as the hot destination for the month of October (duh). But congrats Salem for making the news again!

Get Involved

Hoping to get involved with the local theatre this year? The Salem Theatre Company is holding auditions for the production of Sarah Ruhl’s “Dead Man’s Cell Phone.” The company is searching for two males and four females to fill parts. Auditions will take place tonight and Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the theatre.

Fit to the Core

It is day three of your New Year’s Resolution — how are you doing? If you need a little bit of butt-kicking, sign up for Core Conditioning for Runners. The eight-week class starts on Jan 12. Karen Giroux will be your trainer and get your core strengthened and into tip-top shape! Contact Salem Park, Recreation & Community Services for more info.

http://salem.patch.com/articles/new-years-resolutions-day-3

Happy New Year and I hope everyone had a great Holiday Season but now its time to get yourself back in the gym.

I would like to thank everyone who donated a gift for Toys for Tots.


Congratulations to the following students who received their belts:

Jordan Giarratoni Green Belt in Thai Kickboxing
Christopher Fraser Green Belt in Thai Kickboxing
Michael Bragon Green Belt in Thai Kickboxing
Matthew Martin Green Belt in Thai Kickboxing
Robert Citorik Blue Belt in Thai Kickboxing
Trevor Healey Yellow Belt in Junior MMA
Stephen Wellman Black Belt in Thai Kickboxing
Eva Spinale Orange Belt in Thai Kickboxing
Adam Groothius Orange Belt in Thai Kickboxing
David Martin Orange Belt in Thai Kickboxing
Michael Valloto Orange Belt in Thai Kickboxing
Tom Southern Orange Belt in Thai Kickboxing
Andrew Hosman Orange Belt in Thai Kickboxing
Max Soloman Orange Belt in Thai Kickboxing
Ann Blouin Red Belt in Thai Kickboxing
Lisa Walsh Orange Belt in Thai Kickboxing
Devin Walsh Orange Belt in Thai Kickboxing
Ryan Croft Green Belt in Thai Kickboxing
Islan Luis Walker Green Belt in Thai Kickboxing
Brandon Crowley Blue Belt in Thai Kickboxing
Chase Caron Advanced Yellow Belt in Little Dragons
Anthony Dixon Yellow Belt in Little Dragons
Cameron Curley Yellow Belt in Junior MMA

 

Don’t forget about Thai Evaluation Progress Checks.
Starting this month you can book a progress check Monday and Wednesday at 7pm

Exciting schedule changes coming this February:

NOW adding a great self-defense class

Filipino Jiu-Jitsu classes starting February.

Filipino Jiu-jitsu is a hybrid system that focuses its training towards mixed martial arts style of fighting, using Brazilian Jiu-jitsu and Filipino martial arts concepts. The training incorporates an extensive variety of strikes, low line kicks, joint locks, trapping, clinch fighting, take downs, grappling/ground fighting and weapons training.Filipino Jiu-jitsu is not a new system or style, it is a modern approach towards MMA and real street self-defense.
This unique fighting systems combines the most important aspects and fighting concepts from several different martial art systems and styles. These systems and styles are Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Panatukan (Filipino boxing), Sikaran (Filipino Kicking), Filipino Kali/Arnis, Eskrima (sticks and knife fighting), Silat, Kenpo, and Combat Jujitsu.

Classes will be Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 7-8pm.

 

Also adding…

  • There will also be an additional class taught by Dennis MMA Competition Training * Advanced Friday 5-6pm
  • Additional Thai classes Tuesday and Thursday morning.

 

Upcoming Events at DWMMA:

  • Peter Wellman will be fighting Friday, Jan.28th  for Combat Zone in Salem, NH.  Buy your tickets TODAY at the front desk.
  • Parents Night Out – Saturday, Feb.5th 5:30-8:30pm  $20 a child ages 8yrs old and up
  • Strength in One Women’s Self-Defense Workshop : Sunday, Feb.13th 10am – 12 $30 a person ages 13yrs and up. Reserve a spot TODAY! You must pay at the front desk to reserve a spot.

CLOSINGS & Cancellations:

  • Friday, Jan.28th CLOSED for Combat Zone Fight
  • No MMAXOUT Saturday, Jan.29th at 9am

Also check our DWMMA calendar for Events, Closings and Cancelation announcements.

DWMMA will be holding its first Strength in One – Women’s Self Defense Workshop Sunday, February 13th 10am to 12.

 

Women ages 13 yrs old and older are invited for $30 a person.  All proceeds will be donated to HAWK in Salem MA.

 

Reserve your space TODAY at DWMMA located at 11 Franklin Street, Salem MA

Space is reserved when payment is collected. Payments can be made at the front desk of DWMMA.

 

DWMMA is also accepting donations for HAWK.