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Borrow Easton’s Equipment

During our academy closure, we have a lot of Muay Thai gear that is sitting unused. We want to make sure you are able to continue to train at home during the COVID-19 outbreak, so we are loaning out all of our equipment to our…

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Fight 2 Win Pro 137

On Friday, March 6th, Fight 2 Win hosted their 137th Pro Jiu Jitsu event in Denver, CO. Often referred to as “the biggest party in grappling”, Fight to Win Pro events take place all over the US and feature matches with both local and internationally…

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Stay Safe from Coronavirus, Cold, and Flu

Stop the Spread of Germs At Easton Training Center, the health and wellness of our clients and staff members is our number one priority. We are keeping an eye on the information provided by the CDC and will continue to monitor the spread of the Coronavirus. We will…

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Easton Spring In-House BJJ Tournament 2020

Coronavirus Update: We are sad to announce that we are canceling the spring tournament. As always, the safety of our members and staff is our number one priority. We are fiercely protective of our community and as a precautionary measure to limit any risk to…

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Focus of the Week 02/18/2020

BJJ | Kickboxing | Muay Thai | Kids 2.24.2020 – 2.30.2020 BJJ Fundamentals Low Level Double Leg Front Choke to Scissor Sweep – Position – Ground Intermediate Drills: Split the Middle (Knee Slice) Takedown: Guard Pulling Ground: Stand Up to Pass, Push the Knee. Video…

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burnout in martial arts

Avoiding Burnout in Martial Arts

As a coach I’ve seen it happen all too many times. A student who once trained obsessively stops coming to class. It usually doesn’t happen abruptly. Their attendance slowly declines and becomes less regular, until eventually they fade away entirely. Another student lost to burnout…

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