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I have noticed in my area that bjj schools are adding more arts to their curriculum. Used to be the other way around.

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Comment by Greg Kitchen on February 26, 2014 at 7:30pm

The school where I train has a number of different styles....TKD, HKD (obviously...lol) a dedicated BJJ program, an MMA Fight team ( with quite a few title belts between the boys), as well as kickboxing (Benny the Jet kickboxing system) and "Cage Fitness" (MMA training without any contact or sparring work.....I've been training in Hapkido for almost 10 years now & started BJJ in November 2011 and am currently on track to test for blue belt in by the end of the year.....I thoroughly enjoy the learning process & it is a great addition to the "toolbox" that I already have  :-)

Comment by Wael on October 7, 2013 at 9:22am

People want to do what they see in MMA matches. And what we see nowadays is that you don't have to master BJJ to win anymore. All you have to do is master your takedown defense, and recovery to your feet if you are taken down. So now all striking arts are back in repute and demand.

Comment by Daniel McCullar on March 19, 2013 at 5:41pm
Muai Thai, kenpo and capoera.
Comment by Wael on March 18, 2013 at 12:08pm

That's interesting. What have you seen them adding? If you say Muay Thai, that's understandable, as that combination is usually seen as prep for MMA.



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