Gracie Jiu-Jitsu

8692Training at the world headquarters in Herndon, Va under legendary Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Master, Pedro Sauer. Based on leverage, the techniques of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu have been developed so that almost anyone can do them, no matter their age, size or athletic ability.

Youth Martial Arts

kidsMartialArtsBuild confidence, character and discipline in your child.  The youth classes in Gracie Jiu-Jitsu and Muay Thai are the perfect combination for Total Self Defense and bully proofing.  

Muay Thai Boxing

8693Muay Thai is a style of Kickboxing where participants use their fists, feet, elbows and knees in a style that has become world renowned for its simplicity and effectiveness. 

Krav Maga

Krav MagaBased on simple principles and instinctive movements, this reality-based Krav Maga system is designed to teach real self defense in the shortest time possible. 


kaliKali is a highly sophisticated and comprehensive martial art from the Philippines that is weapons based, but is ultimately an empty hand system. 

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13 Ways to Disintegrate Bad Habits

Are you letting bad habits rule your life? Here are a few ways to disintegrate them!

1. Commit for a Month. Thirty days is all you need to make a habit change permanent. Less time than that and the new alternative might not be hardwired into your brain.

2. Start Small . Changing habits isn’’t a matter of willpower, but patience and strategy. Don’’t expect to change your thinking patterns in a day. Remember that inch by inch is a cinch; yard by yard can be very hard.

3. Know the Benefits. Get clear in your mind what the benefits are of making a change. If making a change rationally seems good but it doesn’t feel good, it won’’t stick.

4. Write it Down . Winston Churchill once said, ““Plans are useless, planning is invaluable.”” Writing out any commitments you make will give you clarity both to what you desire and how you intend to do it.

5. Swish. Visualize yourself "making the shot; nothing but net." You can perform in a way inconsistent with the way you see yourself.

6. Tell a Friend . Get some leverage on yourself. Tell a friend your plan so you will be more likely to commit to the change. This is the idea behind having a Performance Partner. If I haven't matched you up with someone yet please let me know so I can take care if it asap.

7. Make it an Experiment. Be a scientist. Just try the new habit to see what it will be like, rather than a great emotional struggle. This will help keep you focused on conditioning the trial and allow you to view results with less bias.

8. If at First You Don’’t Succeed… Most big changes aren’’t going to happen the first time. Don’’t be too hard on yourself if you fail the first time. Get back up, dust yourself off and try again.

9. Get Out of Hazard Zones. Get yourself out of situations that can trigger your old habit! Get away from anything or anyone that is a catalyst for wrong thinking and wrong actions.

10. Feel the Pain. Feel what will happen to you if you don’t make a change. Use your imagination to enhance the image of your results should you do nothing.

11. Add Role Models. Start spending more time with people who live the way you want to live. Join groups and find mentors who have already adapted the habits you want to take on. They can be invaluable in giving you the positive reinforcement and guidance you need.

12. Remind Yourself. Put reminders of your habit around you. Sticky notes were invented for a reason!

13. Do it Now. Waiting for life? The best time to make the change is always now. Forget the past. It's gone. Focus on what you can do in this moment.
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