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1 day ago
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6 am Jiu Jitsu classes start tomorrow!! ... See MoreSee Less

6 am Jiu Jitsu classes start tomorrow!!
2 days ago
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MMA schedule this week!
Thursday June 13th @6
Friday June 14th @11:30
Saturday June 15th @11
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3 days ago
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Congratulations to everyone who is pictured on getting a new arm-band promotion! 👏 Dragon 🐉 Leg 🦵 Muay Thai ! ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to everyone who is pictured on getting a new arm-band promotion! 👏 Dragon 🐉 Leg 🦵 Muay Thai !

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Congratulations to all !!

Awesome

4 days ago
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Don’t Forget!!!
Summer morning Jiu Jitsu classes start this week
(Thursday at 6am)
Be sure to check FB and Instagram for upcoming morning classes!
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5 days ago
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Congratulations to Professor Angelo on his victory via north/south choke at the Submission Series Grappling Event hosted by Great Lakes BJJ and for taking home the $150 prize. For each Sub Series event, sponsors will choose a particular “move of the night”. Anyone successful executing that technique during their match, receives the prize. Out of 50 matches, Angelo was one of only two competitors to successfully reach that goal that night. ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to Professor Angelo on his victory via north/south choke at the Submission Series Grappling Event hosted by Great Lakes BJJ and for taking home the $150 prize. For each Sub Series event, sponsors will choose a particular “move of the night”. Anyone successful executing that technique during their match, receives the prize. Out of 50 matches, Angelo was one of only two competitors to successfully reach that goal that night.
6 days ago
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Congratulations to first and second place Kane and James at the Subseries tournament 🏟️ 👏 ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to first and second place Kane and James at the Subseries tournament 🏟️ 👏Image attachment

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Congratulations 🎈

1 week ago
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“I’m sorry coach”

I’ve coached for over 20+ years. In that time I’ve been fortunate to sit beside a lot of victors on their night of glory. I’ve also been the guy who’s had to sit with the athletes as the try to make sense of their shortcoming’s. In that time of coaching I’ve never been able to understand an athlete apologizing to me for a loss.

The world is filled with men who “could have” or “should have” been great! These men know exactly what you did wrong and how they could have done it better. Behind closed doors these men envy you as you are willing to risk the loss and all the disappointment that comes with it for the chance to test yourself. The reason combat sports is so popular is the average person cannot and will not ever understand the sacrifices made to chase the dream. That’s why Buffalo Wild Wings is packed on fight night. This is the closest most are willing to go, to watch others and explain how they could have done it better.

So be disappointed and let that fuel you to try harder. Learn from your mistakes and shortcomings. Get back in the gym and back to the grind! But please don’t apologize for stepping up, taking the risk, and letting the spectators live through you! Thank you for being the “man in the arena!”

Prof. Brandon McDaniel
Warrior Way Martial Arts
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“I’m sorry coach”

I’ve coached for over 20+ years. In that time I’ve been fortunate to sit beside a lot of victors on their night of glory. I’ve also been the guy who’s had to sit with the athletes as the try to make sense of their shortcoming’s. In that time of coaching I’ve never been able to understand an athlete apologizing to me for a loss. 

The world is filled with men who “could have” or “should have” been great! These men know exactly what you did wrong and how they could have done it better. Behind closed doors these men envy you as you are willing to risk the loss and all the disappointment that comes with it for the chance to test yourself. The reason combat sports is so popular is the average person cannot and will not ever understand the sacrifices made to chase the dream. That’s why Buffalo Wild Wings is packed on fight night. This is the closest most are willing to go, to watch others and explain how they could have done it better.

So be disappointed and let that fuel you to try harder. Learn from your mistakes and shortcomings. Get back in the gym and back to the grind! But please don’t apologize for stepping up, taking the risk, and letting the spectators live through you! Thank you for being the “man in the arena!”

Prof. Brandon McDaniel 
Warrior Way Martial Arts

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What's interesting about this is before I coached I was the most nervous to compete not to let myself down, but to let you down. I respect and love my coaches and team so much I want to be a great representation of what they have done for me... Fast forward to being a coach as well now and I can honestly say it's not what I imagined. Every time someone puts themselves out there to compete I am never angry or upset, I am so proud of the level they got to, where they can go, and the people they become in the process. The win is sweet, but the loss in the coaches eye is more of a parent having to support a kid who is going through something painful. It doesn't make me see them as less than, it actually brings me closer to them in that moment because of the strength it takes to endure that. It's just not the emotion I thought I would have on the other side after so many years worrying about letting my coaches down.

Great words and well written. Much respect to you and your team. Keep up the good work!

Well said Professor!

💯💯🙏🏽

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1 week ago
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1 week ago
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MMA schedule this week!
Tuesday June 4th @4
Thursday June 6th @6
Friday June 7th @11:30
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