Bringing in 2017

2017 is quickly approaching and as with each new year this brings with it a rush of new potential clients looking for help in achieving their fitness, personal growth, and life goals. This time of year can really set the pace for the rest of your 2017. Whether your academy will see real growth (in member numbers and gross income) or if you will continue to just get by. I won’t lie. Most Jiu Jitsu academies ignore the potential that

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Graduating Students

It’s that time of year when many academies begin their graduation ceremonies. Awarding hard working students and celebrating their triumph. As a student, reaching the next belt level is an important step in your journey. Not only does it mark your progression in skill but also several milestones in your life. Getting that promotion at work. Graduating from school. Getting married. Even those student that care less about ranks and belts still care. When you put so much of yourself

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Losing

Alec Baulding Versus Cyborg

This is a topic that’s hard for many athletes to talk about it. We put so much hard work into achieving our goals but sometimes we end up falling short. I’ve seen people handle losing in different ways. The humble ones are able to acknowledge their loss(es) and learn from their mistakes which I think is the best possible action. While others might not handle losing so well. Rio 2016 If you were watching the 2016 Olympics in Rio, there

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