NAGA Tournament Results: Kid’s Jiu-Jitsu Vancouver – Posener’s MMA

NAGA Tournament Results: Kid’s Jiu-Jitsu Vancouver – Posener’s MMA

Jiu-Jitsu Vancouver

Jiu-Jitsu Vancouver

Excellent tournament at NAGA on Saturday February 25 ’17 in Seattle. Here are the results for the Kid’s Jiu-Jitsu Vancouver from Posener’s Pankration/MMA.

Antonio Costantino: Gold – sword in No Gi and bronze in Gi,

Ayden Arnold Gold in Gi – belt, Silver in No Gi,

Artin Nazari – Gold in No Gi – sword and Gold in Gi – sword,

Rodean Nazari – Gold in No Gi – sword and Silver in Gi,

Kingston Park – Silver in No Gi and Silver in Gi.

Jiu-Jitsu Vancouver

Jiu-Jitsu Vancouver

It has been an honor and a privilege to teach and coach mixed martial arts and this tournament reinforced that feeling. I really appreciate the team spirit and particularly the support of the parents, as we navigate this journey together.

Thank you Filip Matos for the excellent Gi instruction.

I feel strongly that this group has shown improvement on each individual’s own terms and I am proud of that, as the parents and students are. The dedication, loyalty and effort help build the progress in mixed martial arts skills.

Jiu-Jitsu Vancouver

Jiu-Jitsu Vancouver

 

Coincidentally the students seem to be in good physical shape also. So I am going to share our excerpt on diet from our personal training site that encapsulates some good basic principles.

Diet – Ultimate Fitness Vancouver

Utilizing a clean diet, (implying foods with less processing and chemical additives), which is well planned, prepared, regular with snacks to keep blood sugarstabilized, well hydrated and portion controlled, we will help you, by choice, enjoy your food and fuel your body for peak performance, health and energy.

Diet is a huge factor in health and there are a variety of challenges that people encounter in achieving their goals. Our experience, sensitivity and awareness can help you eat for health, success and improved energy and performance. You will see and feel the benefits of success.

We will help you recognize your cues and eat less emotionally and eat more conscientiously. We will help you in developing awareness of your habits, develop replacement positive habits, via our consultations and training, and give you the skills to apply your knowledge for your evolving success.

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Kid’s/ Youth Belt Test Results: Posener’s Pankration/ MMA Vancouver

Kid’s/ Youth Belt Test Results: Posener’s Pankration/ MMA Vancouver

MMA Vancouver

MMA Vancouver

Here are the latest results for our Kid’s/ Youth Pankration/MMA testing:

Black Stripe – one level away from Jr. black Belt: Adam Posener, Ayden Arnold, James Wolf, Naomi Wolf. 

Red belt:  Nikolas Kristiansen.

Blue belt:  Antonio Costantino.

Green belt:  Aryan Kalia, Benjamin Beaulieu, Artin Nazari, Rodean Nazari, Hunter Manness, Ernesto Lepore. 

Purple belt:  Kyrah Tongol – Airth, Kingston Park. 

Orange belt:  Tabitha Tam. 

Yellow belt:  Stefano Lepore, Harper Park, Maxwell Sauve, Elijah De Leon. 

 

 

What an honor and privilege to teach these kids and youth mixed martial arts. It is awe inspiring to see their growth in skill and maturity in many areas. The more experienced students at the black stripe level have been training at the school from 5-8 years approximately. I am certainly looking forward to continue teaching and guiding these students. The practice is meaningful, beneficial and develops character on and off the mat. This test is the culmination of time and effort. It was a great experience that will positively foreshadow the future successes.

 

 

MMA Vancouver

MMA Vancouver

Here is our article on the Purpose of Testing: please read.

The Purpose of Belt Testing for MMA Vancouver

The Purpose of Belt Testing

 

  • Progress Check:To pinpoint areas of strengths and weaknesses. To learn to turn the weakness into strengths and to make the strong points stronger.
  • Provide Reinforcement:–  (internally and externally) Internally, personal satisfaction upon achievement and externally, the receipt and status of belt and certificate.
  • Teaches Goal Setting and Achievement:Discipline and Application of martial concepts are needed. “To plan your work and work your plan.”
  • Rules:
  • 1. All start at the bottom
  • 2. Everyone works
  • 3. Nothing is Free.
  • Counterpoint: “Training is its own reward.”

Purpose of Test

By James Keating

 

 

We have testing because we wish to go beyond the normal levels of skill. To undergo such rigors is symbolic of fighting for one’s very life. An ancient ritual of survival where one earns the right to exist and enter into a lifelong struggle for self-perfection and enlightenment. When each test is successfully completed we do not see an end, but rather a beginning. A new starting point for our inner-selves. Every test is separate and unique. To compare tests is to miss the basic premise of the martial arts. The “individual spirit” must always be placed before the physical and mental limitations. We are taught to have personal and social balance; to stand with confidence and poise. This individuality is what eventually leads to mastery, a process of self-realization. One should always train hard with control and respect. We are being tested on many levels besides just the conquering of foes.

Testing is not always a physical matter, sometimes it is a “right of passage” via daily life. Look deeply into your concepts of rank, testing and related endeavors. Win, lose, pass or fail you must conduct yourself in a manner befitting a warrior at all times. Whether testing or being tested, you need only to practice with all your being and nothing shall come between you and your dreams. 

 

MMA Vancouver

MMA Vancouver

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5 Reasons to start training in MMA: Posener’s MMA Vancouver

5 Reasons to start training in MMA:  Posener’s MMA Vancouver

There’s a good reason why MMA, or mixed martial arts, is the fastest growing sport in the world. Thanks to organizations such as ONE Championship and the UFC, mixed martial artists have become household names, right up there with boxing legends. If you didn’t already know, mixed martial arts is a sport that applies aspects of both standing (striking) and ground (grappling) martial arts.

Because of its utilization of different martial arts, many consider mixed martial arts to be one of the most challenging sports out there. It is also the most realistic system for real-life self-defense situations. If you’re looking for the best way to challenge yourself mentally and physically, perhaps an MMA class is right up your alley. Today, Evolve Daily shares 5 Reasons Why You Should Start MMA Now In 2017:

1) MMA will make you the fittest you’ve ever been

The Lee siblings have been training martial arts ever since they were toddlers. MMA Vancouver

If you’re looking for a way to get into great shape, you should consider MMA. MMA fighters are all about conditioning – after all, it takes a lot of strength and endurance to last 15 minutes in the cage. Because MMA fighters need to excel in every aspect of fighting, be it on the ground, striking on their feet or pummeling in the clinch, they are constantly battling it out with their opponents to finish the fight. If that doesn’t make you fit, we don’t know what else will!

 

2) MMA is the perfect system for self-defense

Should you ever find yourself in a precarious situation, knowing MMA would certainly come in handy. Developed with the intention of making it as realistic as possible, MMA is undoubtedly the most perfect system for self-defense. Whether you find yourself taken down to the ground or working to deflect strikes on your feet, training MMA will prepare you for both scenarios.

 

3) MMA will teach you discipline  

BJJ World Champion and ONE Superstar Alex Silva trains hard at the Evolve MMA Fighters Program.

Training MMA requires commitment. You need to clock in extensive training hours to become successful in the cage – you’ll need to attend grappling, and striking classes apart from your regular training. If you’re planning on competing, you will need to maintain a healthy diet for a successful weight cut. There’s a lot of hard work involved in becoming a great mixed martial artist – and if you’re disciplined enough, you’ll certainly achieve your goal someday.

 

4) MMA will take your martial arts journey to the next level

If you’ve been practicing martial arts for awhile, you’d know that applying your martial arts knowledge to MMA is a different ball game altogether. Unlike before, you aren’t just focusing on a single martial art – you’re learning other arts and discovering how they work together in an MMA setting. Whether you’ve been training striking or grappling, learning both will certainly prove to be an interesting challenge.

 

5) MMA will help unleash the competitor in you

ONE Superstar Mark Striegl started training MMA when he was in high school. MMA Vancouver

Competing and practicing martial arts are two completely different things. When you compete, you’ll be challenged both mentally and physically as you put all that you’ve learned to the test. MMA will help you unleash that competitive spirit. Because the sport of MMA was built on competition, you’ll learn how to harness that inner warrior spirit and take your martial arts journey to a whole other level. This would undoubtedly help you in and out of the gym, encouraging you to be resilient as you push through the challenges you face.

 

Are you now convinced that you need to start training MMA? So go on, challenge yourself. Sign up for that first class and see how you fare. We guarantee you’ll have the best workout you’ve ever had!

For more information, here is our MMA Vancouver website: www.PosenersPankrationmma.com

Cardio Muay Thai Kickboxing Vancouver Certifications: Posener’s MMA

Cardio Muay Thai Kickboxing Vancouver Certifications: Posener’s MMA

 

Kickboxing Vancouver

Kickboxing Vancouver

Congratulations: Sanjay Kajal: Level 9, Jim Shen: Level 3, Charlie Pratt: Level 3, Nik Buechert: Level 2, Shane Chen: Level 2, Tiffany Ryan: Level 2, Ash Tanishychuk: Level 2, John Zador: Level 2, Clement Chui: Level 1, and Moses Johnson: Level 1.

Great work all of you in attending and making improvements in fitness and skills. Keep it up! You are inspiring to others in success.

Here is some information on our Cardio Kickboxing Vancouver programs:

Full body workout=overall body toning and strengthening

– Lose Weight
– Body Toning
– Improved Energy and
– Concentration
– Stress Relief
– Confidence
– Self-Defence

Self Defense – Fitness – Mental Discipline
Vancouver’s best fitness and training studio for Cardio Muay Thai Kickboxing, Muay Thai Kickboxing, and development of martial arts skills. Cardio Kickboxing Vancouver.

– Learn traditional practical Muay Thai Kickboxing technques in an informal, Fun and encouraging atmosphere
– High energy explosive workout
– Progress Checks and Level System in place to ensure constant progress

Burn Fat


Muscle and Fitness magazine rate Fitness kickboxing as the number one fat burner, with over 800 calories burned in one hour class!

Flexibility


Increased flexibility causes better blood circulation and an overall more relaxed state with clearer thinking
Pad Training will sharpen techniques, increase power & physical strength while toning your muscles and burning fat! It’s also a fun way to relieve stress!

“Come strengthen your mind, body and spirit.”


Our Cardio Muay Thai Kickboxing Vancouver program is based on Muay Thai Kickboxing, mainly, and some Jiu-Jitsu to enhance the self defense aspect of the curriculum. People train in the class with the goal of developing the benefits of Fitness, Self defense skills, Mental Discipline and for Sport. All types of people enjoy our Cardio Muay Thai Kickboxing program, both recreational and serious practitioners.

We offer a 10 level based system to impart skills and reward progress. Certificates are awarded to recognize individual progress. Advancement in the program, if that is desired,  is based on performance and attendance. In the initial stages attendance is given more importance than performance, as we are in the process of developing and installing new training habits and lifestyle changes. Since martial arts is an individual pursuit, we encourage everyone to work at their own pace to the best of their ability. At the higher levels and, as a person progresses in skill, fitness and experience, a greater adaptability and integration of technique is  required and rewarded.

Our self defense component of the program incorporates Muay thai Kickboxing and Jiu-Jitsu to learn defenses from various grabs and strikes, which are a part of the curriculum, although to a lesser degree. This is a unique aspect of our course.

It is expected, as someone progresses through our program that their fitness will approach peak levels for that individual. As everyone is different, peak levels will be variable but progress is required and strong levels should be maintained.

After a student progresses through the 10 levels of skill and personal development for Cardio Muay Thai Kickboxing Vancouver, instructor level certifications are possible. Our Cardio Muay Thai Kickboxing classes are a great way to get and stay in shape, have fun and work well with the other classes we have at the school.

Beginners and all fitness levels are welcome.

Special one-on-one assistance is available

To help you begin with confidence!

“We will help you realize your full potential”

Call or enroll online today for your free trial class.

Our School website: www.PosenersPankrationmma.com

Our Personal Training Website: http://www.UltimatePersonalTrainingVancouver.com

Apex Kids Jiu-Jitsu Vancouver Tournament Results: Posener’s MMA

Apex Kids Jiu-Jitsu Vancouver Tournament Results: Posener’s MMA

Kid's Jiu-Jitsu Vancouver

Kids Jiu-Jitsu Vancouver

Here are the results from the Apex Kids Jiu-Jitsu Vancouver Tournament on Sunday Janurary 22 ’17. Gi in partnership with Roll BJJ.

Antonio Costantino: Gold No Gi, Silver Gi. Rodean Nazari: Gold No Gi, Honourable mention in Gi,  Artin Nazari: Gold in Gi and Silver in No Gi, Ayden Arnold: Gold in No Gi and Gold in Gi ( Budo) , Marques Calapiz: Silver in Gi, arm injury, Micah Calapiz: Gold in Gi and Silver in No Gi.

I am very happy with the good results and good spirit displayed. Congratulations to everyone! I am certainly honored to teach and provide benefits. Also, looking forward to more growth, progress, success in all areas. I would also like to thank the parents for their support and travelling on the journey together.

Kid's Jiu-Jitsu Vancouver

Kid’s Jiu-Jitsu Vancouver

 

Here is some information on the history of our facilities:

The History of our Mixed Martial Arts Vancouver Facilities

 

To help in a description of our facilities beyond the above pictures, I would like to provide a brief history of our facilities and growth as a mixed martial arts school to provide some depth to the description of our style and our evolution.  As of this writing in March ’15, I have been teaching mixed martial arts full time for almost 26 years as a school owner. I did teach periodically before going full time in various capacities because I have a deep passion and interest in mixed martial arts.

 

The first facility that my school operated out of was at 396 Kamloops St. in East Vancouver, which was situated in a banquet hall above a dance studio. I was 26 years old when I started teaching full time in the fall of 1989.  It was a great place to start teaching full time with ample floor space and good basic equipment. I would like to thank Kelly Giannone for giving me an opportunity and confidence to teach full time. During this period, especially since the school was just starting, a lot of time and energy went into the program’s development. The school grew and had very good success. However, in 1992 the landlord wanted to make some changes that did not include my growing martial arts school so we had to find a new facility.

 

The next location, which started in 1992, was at 2784 E. Hastings St. in East Vancouver; just a few blocks away from our previous location. We stayed at this location till 1996.  We had a good student base so it was important to keep the school, as it is now, in East Vancouver. The location had more expenses but was on the main street, was larger and provided room in many ways to continue to grow and develop.  By this time we had many skilful students who became black belts and champions in Mixed martial arts,  Shootboxing, Sanshou, Kickboxing, and Sabaki, a combination of bare knuckle Karate and Judo.  We were at the forefront of the mixed martial arts evolution. It was an exciting time.

 

However, the roof started to leak, which precipitated some changes due the landlords not being overly available. A great opportunity presented itself with the help of a couple of students. Cesare presented an opportunity to build a custom made dojo, or school, only a few blocks away. In 1996 construction began on our current facility, which was made for the purpose of housing our mixed martial arts school. Again, it was only a few blocks away from the previous location in East Vancouver.  This was a great blessing in many ways and I am thankful for the school and the people who have contributed to it. As of this date, we are approaching our 19th year at this location. We have 2 custom built floors with two main training areas; the first floor is designed to be more traditional with white paint and little distractions to enable greater inner focus, awareness and skill development. The second floor has more memorabilia, equipment, weights, strength and conditioning gear, showers, changing rooms, Kickboxing ring, mirrors, posters and more. We also have a roof deck for small personal training and private use. Over the years, I can say with confidence that we have provided many benefits to students in skill development on many levels. Our mission, through the instructor team, is to continue to provide mental, physical and spiritual benefits to students and ourselves in the long term through the mixed martial arts.

 

In the future we will continue to make upgrades on equipment and mats. Our recent upgrades include: new lighting with thanks to Darren Cheng, a new cage fence with thanks to Jay Morris, new 2nd floor mat system with thanks to Costa Rojas for installation and George Kassimatis for sponsoring the project, a new roof, new ground and pound grappling bags from Costa Rojas, and new paint with thanks to Mark Smith. With effort and attention our facilities will continue to house an excellent program, instructor team and benefit student development on a variety of levels in mixed martial arts, fitness and personal development.

Kids Jiu-Jitsu Vancouver

Kids Jiu-Jitsu Vancouver

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