Author: Zack Chandler

The Benefits of BJJ Competition

ETC Denver recently hosted an in-house BJJ competition for all Easton BJJ students. Quality jiu jitsu was put on display, along with resilience and grit. Because of how the brackets were set up, it gave the competitors a chance to bounce back from tough losses….

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Muay Thai Summer Smoker

Last month, Easton Denver hosted our semi-annual Muay Thai smoker. Easton schools and affiliates sent their newer competitors to display skills their students have honed over the last several months. It was a privilege watching these competitors put it all out on the line, and…

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Instructor Spotlight: John Combs

Upbringing and grappling training Professor Combs was born in Cleveland Ohio and raised in Agoura Hills, California. He started his illustrious wrestling career at fourteen and finished just before his jiu jitsu journey began in 2010 at Easton Training Center. He continues to grow with…

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Muay Thai 101

Muay Thai as a Martial Art Want to learn how to defend yourself? While grappling martial arts are highly effective in a one versus one scenario, engaging someone with it could be risky if a concealed weapon or multiple attackers are present. Because of this,…

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Yoga for BJJ and Muay Thai

Several months ago, I started practicing yoga to supplement my BJJ and Muay Thai training. I’ve been exposed to a variety of yoga classes, but I’ve primarily practiced hot and yin (restorative) yoga. Go try a free class with our friends at CorePower! Hot Yoga…

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Easton Creek Cleanup

On Saturday May 18th, the Easton Green Team organized our second annual cleanup at Boulder Creek. A large group of Easton Training Center Boulder members and staff gathered at Eben G. Fine park to comb the creekside and pick up litter. We filled multiple large…

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