A decade of experience

We’ve now been training beginner martial artists in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts for a decade.

Kyuzo is celebrating 10 years as a club in 2013. In that time we’ve gone from being a Taekwondo club training mostly young children, to a predominantly MMA based club training mostly adults, and now, while we still have elements of each of these in our training, we’re now a diverse grappling club training all ages. I think it’s been an incredible evolution.

The podium!

Last night, 50 people between the ages of 4 and 40 came through our doors between 6pm and 9pm, and their only goal was to get better at Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. That’s some number of people! To hark back to the start of this post, tonight we’ll have another 30 people through our doors, and their goals will variously to get better at Brazilian Jiu Jitsu at 6pm, to improve their Striking for MMA at 7pm, or to get in better shape with our High Density Circuits class at 8pm. It’s incredible how far we’ve come in 10 years, and I like to think that our evolution has been simultaneous with the evolution in martial arts in the past decade too.

People throw that word, evolution, around a lot these days, but I really think it’s the best word to describe the natural development of Kyuzo into what it is today- A progressive, modern, grappling academy with expertise in grappling, Mixed Martial Arts, and high level Strength and Conditioning, built on a solid combination of education and a decade’s experience in combat. Many of our original “Scout Hall” members are still training and passing on their experience in the gym today.

If you are interested in becoming one of us, fill out the form below. We’ll get right back to you, and just maybe you can be a part of the next decade!

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