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My kids are in their 3rd year and absolutely love it. Mr. L is a fantastic instructor and the kids really look up to him... we tried a few schools before Training4Life and there was no comparison.

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Highly recommended. Me and my son are both in the school. Mr L is amazing with the kids not just with Martial Arts but with everyday life lessons,he has a way of connecting with them! Great atmosphere for adults as well. Everyone pushing each other and encouraging! Welcoming you to the team from day one!

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If you're looking to start your journey in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Chris and his team of instructors have what you need. Fantastic atmosphere, welcoming team environment and top level instruction.
He will have you enjoying the process of becoming a well rounded martial artist!

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This place is great. We were checking out a few MMA places in the area for our kids and decided this was the best place to go. The class was structured well, with enough fun time to keep the kids happy. I also started going myself to the night classes. I started off taking Krav Maga which was a killer workout on top of learning some self defense, but switched over to Brazilian Jui Jitsu since it was more technique driven. My wife is now thinking about taking the Adult Kickboxing Fitness class, as soon as we can figure out what to do with the kids those nights

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This place is amazing! Chris L is an awesome instructor and so helpful... everyone wants you to succeed and you feel like family from day one... Love this gym!

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Training4Life Martial Arts has brought my nephew nothing but great results. I recommend this school to anyone that is looking for a positive environment, a well maintained facility and a friendly knowledgeable staff!

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Lean on your ROUTINE!

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“Nothing without your routine!” We all know by now how important consistent weekly training is.  I think I say it until I’m blue in the face But, it’s more important than you may think. Yes, regular training will keep the process moving as it should…technique progression, overcoming fears, more comfortable when rolling, camaraderie, etc…

But what I would like to focus on are times when you can’t physically train. Our routine is what we can count on to get though the, “not so great” times specifically, injury. One thing I’ve noticed that helps establish a strong routine is to do it right away, at white belt. You may not realize why coming so often is so beneficial, but you will down the road. Another thing I’ve noticed….the students that were not able to establish that strong routine right away, if an injury happens, they are a ghost. This is because the discipline of showing up when they were healthy wasn’t strong; so, imagine when they’re hurt.

Through the years, we’ve seen an array of injuries from 6 weeks to 1 year recovery times.  The key is to treat your training no differently and still show up consistently taking notes, asking questions, and watching the rolling, thus training your mind and brain instead of your body.  I am always amazed when the students embrace this mindset; they returned from their injury and barely lost a step. This is because they had a routine set in place and they could count on it. I know sometimes you guys don’t believe me so feel free to talk to your teammates about it, use them as a resource to realize just because your injured, your growth in the art does not stop.