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13 ratings7 reviews
February 14, 2018
The Muay Thai class did not seem that good, but I only went once. The BJJ was great. The only advice I have for it is to separate out beginners, intermediate, and advanced students within the class more. I know you learn more with people better than you though. Travis was a beast. Great instructor. I wish the class schedules were published online (no reason not to), and that the answering service people never knew the class schedules. A couple of class times changed and I did not have an way way to find out when to show up, which resulted in me missing the first part of a class. Overall kudos! If they do Groupon again I would get it despite not being able to go to all classes.
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Online Mixed Martial Classes aim to teach basics of self-defense and self-control
Features Brazilian jiu-jitsu, judo, wrestling, submission wrestling, Muay Thai kickboxing, conditioning classes, and fighter classes
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About Team Tooke Mixed Martial Arts
Travis Tooke's passion for mixed martial arts fueled his decorated competitive grappling and Brazilian-jujitsu careers, which instinctively led him to form Team Tooke Mixed Martial Arts and share his expertise with others. He proudly wears a Gracie Barra black belt and has been a Brazilian-jujitsu and submission-wrestling trainer for more than 12 years, during which he’s mentored renowned UFC fighter, Yves Edwards. He and his team of instructors lead students in an array of mixed-martial-arts fitness classes, including kickboxing, Brazilian jujitsu, and wrestling. They offer kids' classes, women's classes, and classes for combat buffs looking to break into the professional mixed-martial-arts world, which used to require locking your resume in a chokehold until it got you a job.