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WWU Self-Defense for Returning Students

The first weekend Western Washington University students were back in school, martial arts professional Rob Eis taught assault prevention techniques to residents at Birnam Wood, Buchanan Towers, and Fairhaven Commons from 7pm-10pm. Rob Eis and his students were on hand to demonstrate why awareness and avoidance are a necessity when it comes to personal safety. […]

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What Gear Do You Need to get Started at UMA?

To begin at UMA you need to have hand protection — either 16 or 20 ounce boxing gloves or inexpensive cloth hand wraps. When sparring and grappling, males must use a groin protector! To free-spar: mouth guard.The rest of the gear is optional if you want to participate in the weapons class and/or advanced sparring. […]

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TRX For Combat Conditioning

TRX is an excellent resistance training tool that uses bodyweight. It is employed by the US Military for combat conditioning.

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Thursday Night at UMA

Some of these students were taught the spinning heel-hook kick for the first time. To see all of our recent videos, follow us on YouTube and Facebook.

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Martial Arts For Your Health (On All Levels)

For your health is a great, long-term reason to train in the martial arts because it will fulfill you on many different levels.

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3-Minute Video of Tuesday Night’s 1-Hour Class

Here’s a 3-minute video from a Tuesday night class at Unbridled Martial Arts.

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“What gear do I need when I start at Unbridled Martial Arts?”

To begin at UMA you need to have hand protection — either 16 or 20 ounce boxing gloves or inexpensive cloth hand wraps.When sparring and grappling, males must use a groin protector! When sparring and grappling, males must use a groin protector! To free-spar, you will need a mouth guard. The rest of the gear […]

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Top Side Half Guard Escape with Leg Attack on Submission

Let Jiu-jitsu be your escalator to the top!

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Basic Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Flow Pattern

Warming-up at the start of our grappling class with this continuous transition flow pattern for 3 mins.

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UMA Focus Mitt Grappling Drill

This is a great pattern for students to drill their transitions while launching functional strikes from a variety of positions –and finishing with a submission.  Practice & enjoy! Note: Eating a Thai Kick is obviously not preferred.  Make sure to zone away from the height of its power –its zenith!  In the street kick your […]

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