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Stichting Rings of Glory

(MMA Gyms)

   

Molenvaart 18
Schroyen Transport
6442PL Brunssum
The Netherlands

0031 - 45 526 2767

0031 - 61 492 6001


Find location and contact details of MMA training gym Stichting Rings of Glory in Brunssum, The Netherlands.

De combinatie van onze gekwalificeerde trainers en onze moderne sportschool met alle vechtsportfaciliteiten die je nodig hebt, maakt Rings of Glory dé sportschool voor vechtsport in de regio. Ontwikkeling, discipline en plezier staat bij ons voorop. Het is onze overtuiging dat de grondbeginselen van de vechtsport mensen verder helpen in sport, werk, school en uiteindelijk het leven.Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) is een volcontact vechtsport waarin disciplines uit een breed scala aan vechtsporten worden gecombineerd. Hoewel er elementen uit meerdere sporten  worden gebruikt is men het er in het algemeen over eens dat thaiboksen, worstelen en braziliaans jiu jitsu de fundering vormen voor MMA. De combinatie van het staande gevecht en het grondgevecht maken MMA een zeer dynamische sport die met name door de UFC gigantisch populair is in Amerika.Omdat we bij Rings of Glory een sterke basis hebben wat betreft thaiboksen, ligt bij de MMA-groep de focus op het grondgevecht en op technieken om het gevecht daar plaats te laten vinden waar de beoefenaar het sterkst in is.

We are dedicated to train our members in modern and effective styles of martial arts.  We provide you with qualified and experienced trainers, a modern gym and all the training equipment you will need to improve your skills.   However, we do not garantuee you quick and easy success.  Your own motivation and discipline will determine your progress more than anything else.  You are – and you will always be – your best mentor and your hardest challenger.  If you can accept this truth then you are more than welcome to train with us! Mixed martial arts (MMA) is a full contact combat sport based on the combination of techniques from a wide variety of disciplines, like thaiboxing, boxing, karate, wrestling, sambo, judo, shoot wrestling and (Brazilian) jiu-jitsu. MMA rules allow the use of both striking as well as grappling techniques. The fight begins in the standing position but may also be continued on the ground. The nature of these rules allows for a fair and realistic competition of martial artists of all different styles. MMA became famous with the spectacular events of the Ultimate Fighting Challenge (UFC) using an octagon cage. The UFC was founded in 1993 by members of the Gracie family, famous practitioners of Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ). Brazil had a long tradition of mixed-style fighting events called Vale Tudo (“everything goes”). These dangerous events had limited rules but they shaped the evolution of Brazilian martial arts like BJJ and luta livre (Brazilian freestyle wrestling). A second origin of today’s MMA is Japan where different tournaments had been held since the late 1980s. The most famous events in Japan were Shooto and Pride. The Japanese events had slightly different rules compared to the UFC and they were usually held in a ring instead of a cage. Some great MMA competitors had a strong background in one discipline, like Royce Gracie in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, Randy Couture in Greco-Roman wrestling, Ken Shamrock in freestyle wrestling, Fedor Emilianenko in sambo or Karo Parisyan in judo. However, all successful competitors need to be well-rounded in at least three disciplines:1. boxing, karate or thaiboxing (NL: thaiboksen) for strikes2. wrestling (NL: worstelen), judo or sambo for clinches, takedowns and positioning on the ground3. Brazilian jiu-jitsu, luta livre, sambo or shoot wrestling for submission techniquesTherefore, current MMA training cannot be limited to only one or two disciplines. Everyone who wants to become effective in MMA needs to train strikes, clinches, takedowns, positioning and submission techniques.Mixed Martial Arts at Rings of Glory is mainly based upon thaiboxing (NL: thaiboksen), luta livre, judo and jiu-jitsu which allows our students to gain knowledge and skills in all relevant areas. Our training has a strong grappling focus which makes it an ideal complement to the thaiboxing classes. Our sessions usually start with some running for warmin up combined with basic techniques such as punches, kicks, sprawls, pummeling drills and fundamental ground moves. A special focus lies on learning precise techniques and tactics. Due to the slower nature of the ground fight grappling becomes very tactical and technical. Many refer to grappling as the "chess of martial arts".

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