Jul 232015
Why MMA Helps Kids’ Performance With Other Sports Martial arts is a good activity to start up for many reasons. If your child plays other sports, it is a good idea to take them up on martial arts. Martial arts has many benefits that will carry through with other sports.

Focus and listening- During our program, the children learn how to pay attention and focus on the task they have to complete. At this age, their attention span is small, so it is important that we work on improving their listening skills and paying attention to instructors.
Teamwork- Your child will learn how to work and cooperate with others, which improves their social skills as well. In our programs, each child has a partner, so they’re always working with others. This is important when involved in a team sport.


Coordination- While learning martial arts, children’s coordination improves along with their motor skills. This will improve your child’s health overall, and physical coordination that is important for all sports. All the martial arts classes we offer involve having coordination and good motor skills, so those things will improve as they continue on.

Confidence- Many people say confidence is key. Confidence is a belief a person has about their ability to execute a specific task successfully. When training MMA, you gain confidence in yourself which is important to have in any sport. Once you have confidence, your overall performance improves because you believe that you’re able to accomplish something. In our program, there is a promotion system where the children get promoted to a higher rank belt if the instructor and parent believes he or she is ready. This gives the child confidence knowing he or she has accomplished something. This confidence they gained will appear in their performance with other sports as well.

confidentIf you want to get your child started with MMA, contact us at lagrangemartialarts.com or (845)-392-8495.
Jul 232015
Anger is an emotion that every human has to deal with. But, an angry person can get out of control and cause harm or danger to others. It can lead to serious problems throughout your life that will affect your relationship with your friends, family, and everyone around you. When anger or fear controls someone, that person tends to make decisions that are not rational which causes them to be stressed frequently.


Martial arts is a popular method that people use to help control their emotions. It is one of the best ways to reduce stress and tension within a person’s body. It teaches you discipline and most importantly self-control. Although you are learning skills that can give you the capability to harm others, you learn to become more patient. Many martial arts students don’t get involved in physical altercations with other people and have not their entire lives. After a few training sessions, you already feel like a calm individual and a lot of the anger that you have would be released during training. The point is not to hide your emotions and pretend they don’t exist, but to channel them into a healthy activity that benefits you in many ways then just anger management. During martial arts classes you focus on growth and positive things and that tends to leave with you when you step out of the ring or class.


When your stress is reduced, so is your anger and that contributes to your quality of living. It is easier to maintain positive relationships and people will want to be around you more. If you or someone you know suffers with anger issues, check out Precision MMA at bjjfighter.com or call us at (845)-392-8495
Jun 172013
Precision MMA has an incredible offer for Hudson Valley martial arts enthusiasts.  Now you can check out Precision MMA’s martial arts classes including Brazilian jiu-jitsu, muay thai kickboxing, Judo, boxing and MMA FREE for 30 Days.  

Hudson Valley martial arts

Hudson Valley martial arts

To take advantage of this incredible offer call 845-392-8495 or visit http://www.BJJFighter.com
Jun 062013
Dutchess County MMA

Dutchess County Jiu JItsu

Brazilian jiu-jitsu is a grappling martial art that barrows strategies, techniques and principles from a wide array of arts and backgrounds.  The very best Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu schools have a curriculum that reflects the diverse array of techniques and applications of this amazing art.  In Dutchess County the school that stands head and shoulders above the competition is Precision Mixed Martial Arts in LaGrangeville, NY. 

Precision’s Jiu-Jitsu program takes a holistic approach to teaching the gentle art.  The classes in our Dutchess County facility are equally split between gi, or kimono, classes and no-gi (shorts and t-shirt) sessions.  The gi is important in terms of self defense since students learn how to deal with an attacker grabbing their clothing.  Additionally, they learn to use an attacker’s own clothes against them by manipulating them into a myriad of throws and chokes.  The gi also allows more attacking options making for a slower and more technical art form.  No-gi classes are equally important though.  During the warm weather months an attacker may not have attire that can be grabbed or manipulated.  Also, training without the gi makes things more slippery, requiring students to sharpen and tighten their attacks in order to be successful.  Students who aspire to compete in mixed martial arts competition will benefit from the no-gi jiu-jitsu training as well since all MMA bouts are contested shirtless.  Precision MMA is one of the only jiu-jitsu schools in Dutchess County that equally distributes their classes between gi and no-gi.

Another major benefit that Precision brings to the Dutchess County Jiu-Jitsu scene is the element of throws, trips, wrestling and takedowns.  It should be obvious that a grappling based martial arts should include takedowns, but sadly many jiu-jitsu schools across Dutchess County completely neglect them.  By focusing solely on the ground without having the means to bring the fight there they are giving students a false self of security.  Like having a high powered rifle without any ammunition – ground fighting is only as effective as your takedowns.  As a result, Precision trains takedowns daily.  All grappling begins on the feet, just as any real fight does.  Additionally, Precision has brought in some of the top wrestlers and judo black belts in Dutchess County to fill in the gaps in the takedown game.  Jiu-Jitsu fighters are widely known for having less than stellar takedowns compared to Judokas and wrestlers, but at Precision we get the best of both worlds.  Elite ground fighting with incredible throws and wrestling all under one Dutchess County roof.

If you live in or around Dutchess county and have always dreamed of training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu you have a unique opportunity before you.  Precision MMA is now offering a 30 Day FREE Trial for it’s Dutchess County Jiu-jitsu classes.  To get started call 845-392-8495 or visit http://www.poughkeepsiebrazilianjiu-jitsu.com to get started today on your Dutchess County Jiu-Jitsu journey.

Jun 042013
Poughkeepsie Martial Arts School for Children

Dutchess County Kid’s Martial Arts

A good kid’s martial arts’ program in Dutchess County should offer more than just strategies for competition and self-defense.  While this is, of course, the core of what martial arts’ training is usually about, a school with quality instructors like Precision MMA in Dutchess County, New York should strive to better its students in terms of their overall character, not just their fighting skills.  When it comes to kids’ programs in particular, many Martial Arts gyms forget the importance of this idea and teach the children in the same way they teach the adults, not realizing that kids these days are in desperate need of role models and positive reinforcement.  Precision MMA’s kid’s martial arts program in Dutchess County sets itself apart from these other gyms by focusing on its kids’ programs as separate entities and trying hard to instill good values in the younger generations.

Many kids’ martial arts’ instructors  in Dutchess County, New York treat the children just as if they were smaller adults: they consider their training on the mat to be separate from all their other endeavors in life and teach them that their training ends when they leave the dojo.  What they fail to realize is that adults have already gone through a maturing process that kids have not yet undergone.  Adults who train martial arts usually do so at the end of a long work day.  They have already finished school, have given back to their communities in various ways and many have families.  As such, they have less need for positive role models who can help them to further their stations in life as they already have their priorities in check.  However, kids who do martial arts in Dutchess County, New York are no different than most: they would rather play video games than do their homework, they see no reason for doing community service and they are often not rewarded properly for getting good grades in school.  At Precision MMA in Dutchess County our Kid’s Martial Arts’ instructors offer incentive for students doing well in school.  For example, all students who make it onto the honor rule are given free private lessons with one of our Brown Belt instructors.  This gets kids excited about working harder in school because they know that if they get better grades they will in turn get better at Jiu-Jitsu by learning new techniques. 

Not only this, but our head kid’s martial arts instructor in Poughkeepsie, Brian McLaughlin, has certain conditions which kids must meet outside of the dojo in order to earn their next belt.  Not only must their skills on the mat be up to par, but the child must also have a high enough grade average at whatever school they are attending, they must do monthly community service, and their parents must attest to the fact that they have been doing their chores at home properly.  All these conditions benefit the kids in more ways than simply making them good at martial arts. While training, the child also improves his work ethic in school, which will eventually enable him to get into a better college and land a better career, while simultaneously learning the value of helping others through community service, and improving his family life by helping out with tasks at home. 

Dutchess County MMA

Dutchess County MMA

As such, kid’s martial arts programs at Precision MMA in Dutchess County transform kids into well rounded adults.  This puts our kids’ programs head and shoulders above the rest, and makes parents more likely to enroll their children knowing that we have more to offer than your typical dojo.  Our instructors are role models who instill proper values in children which will eventually lead them to be better adults and better human beings, not just better martial artists.

Precision Mixed Martial Arts is currently offering a 30-day FREE trial to all new kids who are joining our martial arts program.  Enroll your child at Dutchess County’s best kid’s martial arts program today to help them build confidence, get into shape, and become productive members of society.  To find out more, give us a call at 845-392-8495 or drop in at 1097 Route 55, Lagrangeville, NY 12540.

Jamey Bazes is a lifelong martial artist holding a brown belt in both Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Kenpo Karate.  He also holds a master’s degree from SUNY New Paltz.  He is a student of Precision Mixed Martial Arts in LaGrange, NY (near Poughkeepsie) and a decorated competitor including a Delaware Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu State Championship and a NAGA World Title.  To train with Jamey in Poughkeepsie NY check out Precision MMA http://www.lagrangemartialarts.com

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May 212013
Brazilian Jiu-jitsu

Dutchess County MMA

Whenever a person chooses to spend a large amount of time engaged in an activity it is important that they ask themselves: “is this endeavor going to help me evolve as a human being?  Does it have a high probability of crossing over into other areas of my life and strengthening my overall character, or is this activity an isolated one which has little chance of affecting my outlook and improving my life as a whole?”  Out of all the endeavors one can choose to undertake, martial arts’ training is certainly one of those which has the greatest ability to impact multiple areas of a person’s life and help them to reach their highest personal potential.  There are many reasons for this, and many ways in which it can help people to overcome adversity, which we will look at in detail in this blog.

Martial arts’ training, like that offered at Precision Mixed Martial Arts in Dutchess County, New York, is an incredible vehicle for self-transformation.  Countless people have used martial arts to achieve different goals in their lives, many of which may not have been specifically limited to self-defense or physical fighting.  One of the reasons why martial arts’ training such as that offered at Precision MMA in Dutchess County can aid a person with multiple areas of their life is that it is multi-faceted in nature.  What I mean by this is that while it is a physical activity which can get one into much better shape and improve one’s general health, it also has a great ability to increase one’s confidence in different areas.  A truly good martial art taught by a truly good teacher should affect several areas of one’s life.  First, as mentioned, there is the purely physical side of the martial arts.  Many people have lost considerable weight, gained muscle mass, and improved blood pressure, cholesterol and general health through their martial arts’ training.  Martial arts taught at Precision MMA in Dutchess County, New York, such as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Boxing, Muay Thai Kickboxing, Judo and Wrestling all improve one’s cardio vascular endurance, muscular strength, and flexibility, while also helping to burn calories and relieve stress.  Indeed, lives have been saved by the martial arts even aside from them being used for self-defense.  In particular, I have known more than one person who has lost over one hundred pounds through martial arts training, and who, with the help of a healthy diet, has brought down high levels of cholesterol and high blood pressure to manageable levels.  Doctors have much to thank martial arts’ instructors for when it comes to these gains, and experienced instructors like Dutchess Counties’ Brian McLaughlin have helped many people to achieve these goals.  At the end of a long day, martial arts’ training can also help one to relieve stress, which is one of the main causes of high blood pressure, and can promote a positive mood and help one to get a better night’s sleep.  In many cases like my own, training for upcoming tournaments where I needed to make a certain weight class has been motivation to lose more than twenty pounds and improve my diet and overall health.  In so many cases where martial artists have worked hard to make weight for competition the benefits of a leaner body and lower fat percentage have remained after the tournament or fight has ended and regardless of whether they have won or lost.  While losing weight is a great goal in itself simply for the benefit of being healthier, the extra motivation of knowing it may help one to win a competition is often crucial for those who might otherwise have difficulty summoning the drive to put in the work necessary to shed the pounds.  In addition, there is then the added benefit of looking better once one has lost the weight and gained muscle, and this leads to an overall better self-image and greater general self-esteem.

Aside from the health benefits, effective martial arts like those taught at Precision MMA in Dutchess County can improve one’s confidence by giving them the tools to defend themselves should they ever be the victim of a violent attack.  As the world around us becomes an increasingly dangerous place people are looking for more and more ways to feel secure.  Some have taken to carrying guns, but aside from the hoops one must go through to legally purchase and carry a firearm, there must always be the remaining fear that the weapon might not be close enough if needed during a surprise attack.  When one is trained in the martial arts one’s weapons are on them at all times, and there is an extra feeling of security in knowing that one need not rely on a tool to protect themselves should the need arise.  Others would rather base their hopes on the belief that the police will be able to protect them should anyone threaten them with violence, but again, this is relying on an outside force for security and the police cannot always save everyone who is in harm’s way. Reliance upon other people, a weapon or even a guard dog to keep one safe still does not treat the underlying sense of helplessness that comes with knowing deep down that one does not possess the bare handed skills for self preservation.  Martial arts’ training at Precision MMA in Dutchess County can change all that.  Someone who has put in long hours drilling techniques from martial arts like Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Muay Thai, both offered at Dutchess Counties’ Precision, will have the self-confidence necessary to sleep soundly in situations where other untrained individuals might feel insecure.

However, martial arts’ training like that available at Precision MMA in Dutchess County can raise one’s personal potential beyond health and a sense of self-security.  For those martial artists who have tested themselves in hard sparring sessions, grappling competitions, boxing, kickboxing or MMA fights, they reap even greater rewards.  Though hard sparring and different forms of competition are not for everyone, the physical pain and discomfort that one must endure to make it through these trials also breeds strength of character.  For example, I myself have torn the anterior cruciate ligaments in both of my knees through martial arts training, and I very much believe that I have come back stronger, not only in body but in mind, from these unfortunate injuries. Though the physical therapy necessary for recovery was itself separate from martial arts training, emotionally the training I had endured in my life gave me both the strength to believe I could make it through the therapy, as well as provided motivation for me to make it through so I could go back to training.  In this way, my martial arts training gave me both confidence and a sense of purpose in facing a difficult situation, and these situations need not be limited to physical injuries.  Whenever facing any challenge in life I can now ask myself “is this going to be more difficult than ACL rehab?  Is this going to be more difficult than coming back from rehabilitation to win martial arts competitions against those who have not injured their knees?”  And when the answer is “no”, I have a renewed sense of self-security and a greater belief that I can overcome whatever challenge is facing me.  I personally believe that great martial artists also have a greater chance of succeeding in all other areas of life because I see fighting as a microcosm of life.  Any difficulty we face, whether it is a job interview, moving to a new town or anything else, can feel like a fight to us, so having been through literal fights can make all the difference when it comes to our own confidence in dealing with these matters.  And when it comes to success, confidence is key in all situations, because the first step to achieving a goal is believing no matter the odds you will be triumphant.

Martial arts training is really something that everyone should be involved in, regardless of whether you plan on competing, or even feel as though you will never need these skills to defend yourself, classes like those taught at Precision MMA in Dutchess County, New York will help everyone to reach their personal potential more effectively.  The results that martial arts training can produce in overall physical health, as a tool for self-defense, and also as a measuring stick for all challenges faced in life are unique and cannot be found in many other activities like non-contact sports or in arts and crafts.  No matter what your life goals are, martial arts training at Precision MMA can help you achieve them by giving you a greater sense of self sufficiency when it comes to pushing beyond those breaking points others would often stop at.  Try us out for 30 free days and one thing is for sure, they’ll be better than the last 30.

Dutchess County MMA

Dutchess County MMA

Precision MMA is currently offering a 30-Day FREE trial for new members.  If you’re interested in learning self-defense, getting into shape, and training with the best in the area, then stop in at 1097 Route 55, Lagrangeville, NY or call us at 845-392-8495.  Don’t forget to ask about our free trial and intro lesson!

Jamey Bazes is a lifelong martial artist holding a brown belt in both Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Kenpo Karate.  He also holds a master’s degree from SUNY New Paltz.  He is a student of Precision Mixed Martial Arts in LaGrange, NY (near Poughkeepsie) and a decorated competitor including a Delaware Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu State Championship and a NAGA World Title.  To train with Jamey in Poughkeepsie NY check out Precision MMA http://www.bjjfighter.com


May 202013
Precision MMA in LaGrange, NY is Dutchess County’s largest and best equipped MMA facility.  Precision combines elite grappling amenities such as crash pads, zebra mats and wall padding with a world class striking facility featuring a full sized boxing ring, numerous punching and kicking bags, pads and sparring equipment.  At over 5,000 sq. feet Precision MMA is never too crowded.  In addition, the space is cleaned regularly and the best maintained facility in all of Dutchess County. 

Dutchess County MMA

Dutchess County MMA

In addition to the incredible location, Precision MMA also brings together the best team of instructors across Dutchess County.  Golden Gloves Champions, Ultimate Fighter Veterans, Judo and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belts and kickboxing and muay thai champs comprise the incredible staff at Precision MMA.  Precision MMA coach Brian McLaughlin is also the only MMA coach in Dutchess County to corner UFC fighters.

Precision MMA also has the best free trial of any Dutchess County MMA gym.  Call 845-392-8495 or visit http://www.bjjfighter.com to get started
Apr 182013
Poughkeepsie MMA

Poughkeepsie Martial Arts

Saturday April 27th Precision MMA head coach Brian McLaughlin will be in Newark New Jersey for UFC 159.  He will be in the corner of UFC lightweight Jim Miller.  Coach Brian has been training Jim for his past handful of fights working specifically on hitting submissions.  Hopefully Jim can walk away with yet another “Submission of the Night” Bonus

Brian McLaughlin is the head instructor at Precision Mixed Martial Arts in the Hudson Valley region of New York to find out more about Precision MMA visit http://www.bjjfighter.com

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Mar 042013

Hudson Valley Muay ThaiThere are many considerations to be taken into account when one decides to begin training in a new martial art. First, the potential student must ask him or herself: “what exactly am I looking to gain from my future training?” The martial arts world is vast. There are countless styles to choose from and each of them has different strengths and weaknesses. However, martial arts can most simply be broken down into 2 categories: striking arts and grappling arts. Striking arts teach one how to effectively strike using different parts of the body. Grappling arts teach students how to take their opponents to the ground, gain superior positions and apply submission holds. Grappling arts are excellent for both sport competition and self-defense but leave one vulnerable to attack while on the feet. Striking arts, on the other hand, teach one how to fight standing up, are excellent for competition as well, and can also be used in self-defense scenarios. The art of Muay Thai, translated from Thai as “Thai Kickboxing”, is perhaps the most complete striking art in existence and for this reason is an excellent choice for those looking for a new style to train in.

It is unfortunate that other than those already actively involved in the martial arts world, most people who seek out and choose a particular style to train in are unaware of its deficiencies. For example, a person might decide that they are interested in training in a striking art and choose a style of Karate or Kung Fu that has little to no contact without being aware that this will not prepare them for a real life violent encounter or a full contact fight in the ring. In such a situation their instructor and fellow students will certainly not tell them that this is the case and so they will believe, often for many years and even up to the point of achieving their black belt, that their style is effective for real combat. This belief can be dangerous, and perhaps even life threatening should they ever need to use their art to defend themselves against assault. Muay Thai Kickboxing however, is an art which is first and foremost a “live style”. This means that once technical proficiency has been achieved through the use of shadow boxing and pad work, sparring will be heavily stressed. It is unfortunately the case that most styles of striking, most schools and most martial arts for that matter, do not have live sparring or anything involving contact. Without the threat of being hit the martial artist can never truly learn to defend himself against a real strike. It is a simple matter of reaction time: if an object is not actually moving towards one so that it will actually hit them if they don’t move, then they will never actually learn to avoid it. Many martial arts neglect real sparring and instead simply have their students visualize an attack and make mid air movements to counter it. While shadow boxing certainly has its place in Muay Thai, the Thai Kickboxer knows that to be proficient he must spar and risk being hit in order to learn how to defend himself.

At Precision Mixed Martial Arts in the Hudson Valley, New York, our Muay Thai classes all involve both sparring and pad work so that students not only learn the fundamentals of striking but also how to acquire the reaction time to avoid strikes and actively strike back. In fact, our head Muay Thai instructor, Karl Nemeth, is himself an Amateur Hudson Valley Muay Thai champion with several knockout victories to his credit. Karl has learned Muay Thai from none other than renowned Muay Thai world champion Kaensak Sor Ploenjit and so the product he offers in his classes is one hundred percent legit. While all Precision students must first learn the proper fundamentals and take part in a good deal of pad work before they will be permitted to spar, once they have learned the basics, sparring will never be neglected. While wearing the proper protective equipment, Muay Thai students at Precision in the Hudson Valley learn to block, dodge and deflect all sorts of strikes while properly learning how to strike back using control so as not to injure their partners. They also learn live clinch work, such as how to get into the proper positions to land knees and elbows and also how to defend against them. Precision’s 16X16 foot ring is the perfect environment in which to train students for upcoming Muay Thai bouts, and many of our students have been victorious in local Hudson Valley kickboxing matches. If they were training in another art or at another school that did not train stress live sparring they most likely would not have found success in the ring.

Another factor making Muay Thai a complete striking art is that it encompasses many offensive and defensive tactics. Many martial arts only teach students to strike effectively with their fists or feet. This approach creates one-dimensional strikers who are less effective in combat. However, Muay Thai is often referred to as “the art of eight limbs” because it teaches students to strike proficiently with their fists, feet, knees and elbows. A Muay Thai kickboxer will learn attacks from all sorts of angles and using all sorts of surfaces. They will learn to kick to the legs, body and head with their shins as well as the heels and balls of their feet. They will also learn to strike with the front and back of the knuckles as well as the points and sides of their knees and elbows. They will even learn to condition different parts of their body such as their shins, something few arts teach. Many Thai Kickboxers are taught to fight from both a conventional and a southpaw stance, which is something that Precision’s instructor Karl Nemeth is himself particularly good at. Karl has used striking from both stances, as well as Muay Thai’s many flying and spinning attacks to confuse and defeat his opponents in local Hudson Valley fights. The object in Muay Thai is to always keep the opponent guessing, to create a rhythm or pattern of strikes and then suddenly break it. Muay Thai classes at Precision stress this concept while many schools fail to employ it properly.

In addition to teaching multiple different types of strikes, Muay Thai is also unique in its clinch work, an area that many striking styles neglect entirely. While many combat sports will separate the fighters when they get too close, Muay Thai allows participants to grapple on the feet utilizing knee and elbow strikes from close quarters. Our classes in Hudson Valley, New York teach authentic Muay Thai clinch work so that we know how to attack and defend from common standing clinch positions, such as the Thai plumb: a maneuver where the back of the opponents’ head is grabbed with both hands so that knee and elbow strikes can be unleashed. In fact, Muay Thai even allows combatants to trip or throw each other to the ground or sweep each other’s legs out in competition. This makes Poughkeepsie Muay Thai a truly complete martial art covering the kicking, punching, trapping and takedown ranges of combat.

Because of the wealth of techniques taught in Muay Thai it is effective in multiple settings. While it obviously works in kickboxing matches, it has also become the go-to striking style for mixed martial arts contests and it’s techniques are constantly employed by the some of the best fighters in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, such as Anderson Silva and Jose Aldo. The reason for its success at the highest stages of competition lies in its diversity. While boxing teaches a fighter how to strike with his fists, it does not teach kicks, knees, elbows, clinch work or takedowns. Often times, boxers have lost in mixed martial arts matches to Muay Thai fighters because of their inability to deal with leg kicks or knees. On the contrary, Muay Thai encompasses the same hand strikes as boxing but embellishes upon them by adding these other elements. Likewise, styles of striking such as taekwondo have fallen short because they are too kick oriented and neglect fisticuffs, something Muay Thai fighters never do. Also, Muay Thai’s clinch work and takedowns can be used to full effect in mixed martial arts, especially because of MMA’s unique gloves which allow for more varieties of grips. Finally, Muay Thai Kickboxing is one of the best striking styles one can learn to defend themselves in a real life violent encounter. If one is unfortunate enough to be jumped by a mugger or assailant, they cannot count on the attacker’s movements being predictable. They must prepare themselves for the possibility that any number of different types of strikes may be thrown at them or that they may be grabbed and forced into a standing clinch situation. Unlike many other striking styles, Muay Thai deals with all these scenarios equally so that the student will never be caught off guard.

As can be seen, Muay Thai Kickboxing is a complete striking art with many dimensions and which can have multiple uses. Whether you are interested in sport competition, self-defense or fitness, a competent Muay Thai program such as that offered by Precision MMA in the Hudson Valley should cover all your bases.

Want to train martial arts in the Hudson Valley?  Check out Precision Mixed Martial Arts at http://www.bjjfighter.com.  Make sure to ask about our 30-day FREE trial.  Give us a call at 845-392-8495!  Precision MMA is located in the Freedom Business Center at 1097 Route 55, Lagrangeville, NY 12540.

Jamey Bazes is a lifelong martial artist holding a brown belt in both Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Kenpo Karate.  He also holds a master’s degree from SUNY New Paltz.  He is a student of Precision Mixed Martial Arts in LaGrange, NY (near Poughkeepsie) and a decorated competitor including a Delaware Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu State Championship and a NAGA World Title.  To train Muay Thai with Jamey in Poughkeepsie NY check out Precision MMA http://www.poughkeepsiemixedmartialarts.com


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