West Hartford Connecticut Adult & Youth Martial Arts Training – Mixed Martial Arts, Kung-Fu, Muay Thai, Karate, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, MMA, Capoeira

West Hartford Connecticut Adult & Youth Martial Arts Training – Mixed Martial Arts, Kung-Fu, Muay Thai, Karate, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, MMA, Capoeira

BE THE WAVE with Brunami gear!

Question: How can you help with disaster relief, look great, and score a gi that’ll outlast the rest?
Answer: Brunami gear!

Visit the pro-shop at Plus One to order your Brunami Gi today!  A percentage of the proceeds will be donated to disaster relief which is still much needed after the 2007 tsunami that hit Thailand.

4 Responses to “BE THE WAVE with Brunami gear!”

  1. Alex Says:

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  2. Sensei Reisler Says:

    Hi Alex, I’m glad you like the site!

  3. Alex Says:

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  4. Alexia Says:

    MMA Gear Helps The Average Person Train Like A Fighter

    By Alexia Kraus

    For anyone who’s familiar with mixed martial arts, it’s impossible to ignore the tip-top, if not perfect, form of MMA fighters. Just like in any physical activity, these bodies weren’t made over night. In fact, it takes months and years of rigorous workouts for most fighters to build up their bodies to take on the physical nature of the sport. Yet, the proper conditioning which utilizes proper MMA training equipment can help even the most average person train like the best MMA fighters.

    Most MMA fighters train their entire body during each workout session. The training exercises focus on developing strength and stamina while simultaneously challenging the mental toughness of the fighter. Therefore, common MMA workout routines usually involve different stations that mix in cardio sprints, bench dips, multiple sets of jumping jacks, and weighted pull-ups. Ultimately, these types of exercises will help them develop the proper physical and mental fitness to get in the ring and fight while enduring repetitive physical pain.

    As most athletes are aware, you don’t have to be in a real match to get injured. The same precautions taken during an actual match should be applied during a training routine to reduce the risk of injury. A proper workout routine should involve the use of quality MMA gear, such as MMA training gloves, which help cut down on the force that is put on the hands – a major stress area where impact is inevitable and risk of injury is high. By using the right equipment and protecting the body from possible injuries, the intensity of the MMA workout can make an average person look and feel like an MMA fighter.

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