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One of our fights Gian Villante will make his Strikeforce debut in the heavyweight division against Chad Griggs on the Feb. 12 card at the Izod Center in East Rutherford, N.J.
The fight will be aired live on Showtime at 10pm
We will be ordering Long Island MMA sweatshirts, please stop down to the gym and sign up for one if you are interested.
Thank you for your interest in Long Island MMA and Fitness Center. First, please
visit www.limixedmartialarts.com, or call 631-592-8339 to contact Long Island MMA
and Fitness Center to speak with one of our Martial Arts and Fitness Consultants and
schedule a time to come down and learn about what our gym has to offer you. During
your appointment with a Long Island MMA and Fitness Center representative you will
discuss your goals and decide together what program works best for you. Here at
our gym we know that everyone is different, so we design a specific program for each
individual , whether your goal is to be a professional MMA fighter or are just looking for
an alternative to going to the gym to get in shape, we have what you are looking for!
A FREE one on one introductory lesson will be given to you so you can see first-hand
the type of instruction and training available for you at the gym. This is also a great
opportunity to make sure that you and Long Island MMA and Fitness Center are a good
fit. The introductory lesson will involve a few techniques and basic moves that will help
assimilate you into your first group class, that way you start building a basic foundation
right from the start. You will find that classes at Long Island MMA and Fitness Center
are often varied and broken into different segments, helping to keep you on your toes
and prevent boredom.
A free fitness evaluation and consultation will also be given to those taking the free
introductory lesson. This involves a personally customized basic conditioning workout
that helps our Martial Arts and Fitness Consultants access what level of fitness you
are at before you begin your formal training at Long Island MMA and Fitness Center.
One month from the time of your initial fitness evaluation you will go through the same
workout to gauge your fitness progress first hand, the results will AMAZE you! We are
so confident in or programs that we guarantee it. If you did not reach the goals set for
you one month prior during the initial fitness evaluation WE WILL PAY YOU $100!!!
Before you are done with your consultation you will also receive a FREE Long Island
MMA and Fitness Center T-Shirt. It is just one of the ways we would like to thank you
for your interest in our programs.
If you’re looking for a way to boost your self-confidence and stay fit without doing the
same old gym routine, give Long Island MMA and Fitness Center a try today!
Long Island MMA’s sparring class will be tonight at 9:00 PM. Please bring all necessary safety equipment including, mouthpiece, 16oz gloves, shin-guards, and headgear.
After Saturday nights Strikeforce event in San Jose California there is little room for any question of whether Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is still relevant in Mixed Martial Arts. Three of the four televised fights of night ended in submission.
• Nick Diaz defeats Evangelista Santos via submission (arm bar) – Round 2, 4:50
• Jacare Souza defeats Robbie Lawler via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 3, 2:00
• Roger Gracie def. Trevor Prangley via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 1, 4:19
All three of the above MMA fighters are Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Blackbelts. If you are interested in learning Mixed Martial Arts it is crucial to learn the submission game. At Long Island MMA and Fitness Center we cover ALL aspects of the MMA game, including Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (Long Island Brazilian Jiu Jitsu) and No Gi Jiu Jitsu.
Also, stay tuned for Gian Villante fighting at Strikeforce’s next event Strikeforce and M-1 Global Present Fedor vs Silva Saturday February 12th, 2011 at the IZOD Center in East Rutherford, NJ.
Untelevised Prelim Bouts Results
Armin Safiari def. Sam Bracamonte via unanimous decision
Ricky Jackson def. Niko Jackson via unanimous decision
Jenna Castillo def. Charlene Gellner via TKO (strikes) – Round 2, 3:57
James Terry def. Lucas Gamaza via TKO (strikes) – Round 1, 3:26
Germaine de Randamie def. Stephanie Webber via KO (knee) – Round 1, 4:25
Ron Keslar def. Eric Lawson via submission (armbar) – Round 1, 1:57
Isaiah Hill def. Bobby Stack via submission (triangle choke) – Round 1, 1:02
Nate Moore def. Nathan Coy via KO (punches) – Round 2, 0:25
There are some tremendous advantages and benefits of learning and training in the martial arts. In training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu at Long Island MMA and Fitness Center, I quickly learned that simply by adding Jiu Jitsu (Long Island BJJ) to my routine, I lost A LOT of weight. To be honest, I wasn’t even looking to start training in Jiu Jitsu in order to lose weight; But as a result of training, the weight loss kind of just happened! Hey, I’m not complaining!
I started training Long Island Brazilian Jiu Jitsu after high school ended. During my high school career, I was always an athlete and with high school being over, I needed something that would help meet my competitive desire. Martial Arts does that and so much more. At Long Island Mixed Martial Arts and Fitness Center, the instruction is WORLD CLASS, and you quickly become part of the team simply by training. That team involvement is one of the major things that I missed from competing in high school sports and at LIMMA and Fitness Center, I quickly became part of a team again.
Besides being an excellent work out and a means of weight loss, training in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu has allowed me to meet many people that I typically wouldn’t talk to in my daily life. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) is a sport based mostly on technique and not on athleticism. Because of this, you are able to train for much longer then in traditional sports like football or basketball. The age range is so wide in the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Community that you might train with someone who is twice your age or even younger than you. Because of this, you often make friends with people who you wouldn’t typically be friends with.
Whether you are looking to train Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, lose some weight, fight professionally, meet new friends or just pick up a hobby for the New Year, Long Island Mixed Martial Arts and Fitness Center, located in Lindenhurst, Long Island, is the place for you! We are the premier BJJ training facility on Long Island and look forward to hearing from you!