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
Feb 052013

Now Bigger, Better and with Curtains

Precision MMA Expands to Become the Largest Poughkeepsie MMA Gym

Poughkeepsie MMA

Poughkeepsie MMA


If you haven’t noticed things are a little different around Precision.  No longer are we falling all over each other while rolling.  We now have a boxing ring, crash pads, pull up bars, benches, couches, surround sound and showers – in short, things have improved.  Undoubtedly, you’ve also noticed the change in the class structure.  Our instruction is no longer “one size fits all”.  Something that separates Precision from other Poughkeepsie MMA gyms is that instead, we have devised a thorough beginner curriculum for new students with focus on the fundamentals.  If you are just getting started these classes are designed to guide you by the hand through all the twists and turns of training. Rather than being “thrown to the wolves” the Poughkeepsie MMA classes emphasize proper technique, body positioning and strategy with less emphasis on sparring.  We also have more advanced classes which are specifically designed to challenge and excite the higher ranking students. This program will incorporate more unorthodox techniques with synergistic combinations and heavier emphasis on live training (sparring, rolling, ect.).  The intermediate program is the middle ground. Live training is included and a basic understanding is assumed, but the techniques are digestible for those still learning the ropes.  For grappling we hold off on the advanced classes until blue belt, for striking advancement is at the discretion of the sparring coaches (Karl, Derrick or Brian).  These changes may take some getting used to, but they will allow you to progress at the quickest and safest route possible.  Also, don’t forget to take advantage of your open mat time to drill the techniques learned during the week.  Now get to class!

MMA in Poughkeepsieis now offering a 30 Day FREE Trial call 845-392-8495 or click here

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