Jack Lukasewycz is an Easton Training Center blue belt and medical student.
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Seth Daniels is the mastermind behind Fight 2 Win and an Easton Training Center Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black-Belt.
The gi was passed down to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu from Judo practitioners, who brought the art of Judo over to Brazil’s coast in 1920’s. Jigoro Kano, who originally developed Judo Japanese Jujitsu, was also the inventor of the gi itself and the sensei of Mitsuyo Maeda, who personally instructed the Gracies of Brazil.
Mike Zook is a jiu-jitsu white belt at Easton Training Center – Arvada.
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.
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.
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…
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…