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Japanese Martial Arts Center to Host The Crucible
Japanese Martial Arts Center to host a twelve-hour training event.
Twelve hours of training in lockdown mode – you show up, bring your absolute best, and stay for the entire 12 hours ... no matter what!
Deep training in martial arts skills, high-performance skills, and mindset to make you stronger, more focused, and more effective. Meditation, self-evaluation, planning, relaxation, mental "framing," sports psychology, and more.
The event takes place on May 12, 2018 from 6am to 6pm, at the Japanese Martial Arts Center, 2875 Boardwalk, Suite H, Ann Arbor, MI 48104.
Preregistration is required. Tickets are $20 for JMAC members/$30 for non-members. Registration deadline is May 9, 2018. For more information and to register visit our events page: https://japanesemartialartscenter.com/
Japanese Martial Arts Center (JMAC):
JMAC offers the true Japanese budo experience, world-class instruction, and tireless dedication to your success. You can achieve excellence - in technique, in character, and in your relationship with the world. Are you seriously committed to improving your fitness, focus, or self-defense skills? You can train in:
· Iaido (Japanese swordsmanship)(
· Jujutsu (sometimes spelled "jujitsu" or "Jiu-Jitsu") (https://japanesemartialartscenter.com/
· Judo (https://japanesemartialartscenter.com/
· Karate (https://japanesemartialartscenter.com/
· Kids judo and kids karate (https://japanesemartialartscenter.com/
At the Japanese Martial Arts Center, we help train the whole person through the traditional techniques and philosophies of the Japanese martial arts, with the goal of developing healthy, confident members of society. We make ourselves better through consistent, long-term practice. We like being in shape, we like having a mission of personal improvement, and we like knowing that we have a place where our instructors are also devoted to a lifetime of self-improvement.
"I started JMAC to provide a place where people could train in legitimate heritage martial arts while improving their strength, confidence, focus, and effectiveness. I'm happy to say we've had many success stories, and even more are happening now. This is how we rise … by working together with very high ideals and never, ever giving up." Nicklaus Suino Sensei
Learn more about JMAC at: https://japanesemartialartscenter.com
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