For all students, new and old, it is worth examining the incredible past of Jiu-Jitsu in an effort to understand how the sport began and how it continues to evolve.
The overarching advantage of learning Jiu-Jitsu as a child has been well-documented. While obvious to active members of the community, the specific benefits may not be so obvious to folks who haven’t yet tried Jiu-Jitsu. Let’s look at 5 attributes your child will gain from Jiu-Jitsu in this post.
The Best Books I Read in 2020: Easton Training Center General Manager Shares His Favorite Reads of the Year
Jordan Shipman, General Manager of Easton Training Center in Longmont, Colorado, shares his favorite books of 2020.
Any martial art will fan the flames of the warrior incubating inside of you, but BJJ has a special place for the modern woman. There are countless reasons BJJ will change your life for the better, but here are the top three.
The Easton Training Center Beginner’s Guide to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu will cover the basic things you need to know if you’re just starting out.
So, you got your first gi for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Now what? Here are some pro tips on how to keep your gi looking fresh, feeling crisp, and smelling nice without destroying the material, fading the color, or shrinking it beyond use.
In this post, I asked Easton Training Center Kids Department Head, Jaymin Bagley, to share what I wish I had known when I first became a parent.
Full-Time Life: How a Muay Thai Instructor at Easton Training Center Denver Strikes a Healthy Balance
Stephanie Johnson is a Muay Thai instructor at Easton Training Center Denver. I spoke with Stephanie about how she manages her “full-time life” and seemingly strikes such a healthy balance.
Bailey Winters is the head Muay Thai coach at Easton Arvada. Morgan: So let’s start with your journey, Bailey. When did you get into Muay Thai, and why did you stick around? Bailey: So I started my martial arts training with boxing. It was one…
For this story in Easton Training Center’s Back on the Mat series, we interviewed jiu-jitsu student Madeline Nealis about her experience this year and trusting your training partners.
We are better learners with Easton in our lives and better people when we are willing to learn. Quarantine has hopefully taught all of us that we still have plenty to learn about each other, about how we are willing to care for one another, and about how we are willing to move forward when the world changes around us.
Back on the Mat: How One Jiu-Jitsu Student Found Easton Training Center and Grew Through the Pandemic
In this Back on the Mat story, I talked to one jiu-jitsu student about how he found Easton Training Center and grew through the pandemic.
Read about this member’s experience returning to Easton Training Center during the pandemic.
In an effort to skillfully and compassionately serve our community, the Easton academies will be closing for an extended holiday break, November 21st – 29th. With COVID cases on the rise, we want to do our part to slow the spread of infection in Colorado….
Morgan: Thank you for taking the time to join me today, Eliot. Your TED Talk was amazing. You can absolutely tell you were speaking from the heart, with conviction, and those are the types of messages that truly move people. I know I’ve struggled with…
It’s time for our annual holiday gift drive! Every year the Easton community bands together to donate presents for the many kids who are spending the holiday season as patients at Children’s Hospital Colorado. For these kids’ families, managing the holidays can be an added…
My Morning Routine When I wake up, I go through my morning routine… read my favorite blogs, usually something that inspires me. I make some green tea. I go sit for 15 minutes in silence clearing my mind for the day, in hopes of some…
Beginning October 26 and ending November 21, 2020, Easton Training Center’s Kickboxing program will launch a month-long fitness challenge: Planksgiving! To build up our core strength before the holidays, we’re holding a friendly competition. Each week for 4 weeks, members will compete to see who…
Quaran-teams, Cheeseburgers & Meditation: A Muay Thai Coach’s List of Resources During ‘The Great Pause’
It’s hard to believe that we are a full 9 weeks from when we had to temporarily close our doors on the eerily appropriate Friday the 13th of March. One of the things that has been a huge inspiration for myself during our time away…