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    Posted On:
    4/04/2009 1:24pm

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    Fusion MMA & Jiu Jitsu St. George, Utah

    Instruction in Elite Level Jiu Jitsu, Wrestling, Muay Thai & MMA. Taught by Submission Grappling Champion Aaron Reis. He is a Walt Bayless JJ instructor under world champion Justin Ellison, and trains frequently with Jeremy Horn, Marc Laimon, Justin Ellison, Hermes Franca and more elite level grapplers and fighters.

    Classes for all levels beginner through professional fighter. Fusion MMA has a professional fight team that has done well in the cage and at GQ & NAGA.

    Has a great kids program as well

    Go to www.TeamFusionMMA.com or www.FusionFighterMMA.com for more info
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    could you go into a bit of detail about the curriculum of the kids classes?
    There's no choice but to confront you, to engage you, to erase you. I've gone to great lengths to expand my threshold of pain. I will use my mistakes against you. There's no other choice.
  3. howzitbrah1 is offline

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    4/12/2009 2:45pm

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    Kids classes are broken in to age groups. 4 - 6 & 7 - 12. the 4 - 6 yr olds work primarily on jiu jitsu. they have competed and done very well at grapplers quest (they are getting ready for that again and there are several kids from that class that have a good chance of winning it). they also work alot on kickboxing combos just on the mitts to help with their coordination.

    the 7 - 12 yr olds. work a wider curriculum with more kickboxing & martial arts training as well the jiu jitsu. they're more well rounded since they're older and can do more things. For those that want to compete in either jiu jitsu tournaments or martial arts tournaments they train in the elite training program that helps them get ready for those type of events.
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    4/12/2009 2:47pm

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    Kids classes are broken in to age groups. 4 - 6 & 7 - 12. the 4 - 6 yr olds work primarily on jiu jitsu. they have competed and done very well at grapplers quest (they are getting ready for that again and there are several kids from that class that have a good chance of winning it). they also work alot on kickboxing combos just on the mitts to help with their coordination.

    the 7 - 12 yr olds. work a wider curriculum with more kickboxing & martial arts training as well the jiu jitsu. they're more well rounded since they're older and can do more things. For those that want to compete in either jiu jitsu tournaments or martial arts tournaments they train in the elite training program that helps them get ready for those type of events.

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