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  • Welcome Isaih Monroe as our new Head Kids BJJ Coach

    Good day TEAM ROC Parents, as you all have heard by now we welcome Isaih Monroe on board as our new kid’s coach. In order to accommodate his schedule with our sister gym in Southern Pines, starting February 1st our new kids schedule will be: • Monday and Friday 4:00-5:00 pm in the GI • Wednesday 4:00-5:00 pm NOGI. We hope everyone is able to readjust with our new schedule. Thank you everyone and once again welcome aboard Isaiah ....

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  • Royce Gracie Seminar

    Royce Gracie Seminar

    Royce Gracie will be at TEAM ROC August 19,2019 from 5:30 - 7:30 pm. This is a "White GI " event. You can reserve you spot by stopping in at the front office and speaking with Alicia, PLEASE CASH ONLY! Hope to see you all there! ....

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    Dear Team ROC parents, This is to inform you that beginning on June 17, 2019 the kids Brazilian Jiu Jitsu class schedule will be changing. The classes will no longer be separated for beginner and advanced. Instead, the classes will be combined, and there will no longer be Monday KBJJ. The instructors for these classes will change as well. The main coaches will be Coach Matt and Coach Cynthia Zamora, along with the help from assistant coaches Alicia, Tim, and Anton. The new schedule will be as listed below: · Tuesday 4pm-5/5:15pm · Wednesday 4pm-5/5:15pm - NO GI · Thursday 4pm-5/5:15pm This will allow the students to get more training time on the mats, as they ....

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  • Join us for the Best Kids Martial Arts in Fayetteville

    Welcome To Our New Website! We’re Proud To Serve Fayetteville with Kids Martial Arts!
    At Team ROC, we are working hard to go above and beyond for every person who walks through our doors. And you could be next!
    We are offering Fayetteville a hands-on approach to Kids Martial Arts. And you don’t need any prior experience to succeed! Come visit us at Team ROC and see for yourself what makes us the best Kids Martial Arts facility in town. Just fill out the "Request Information" form on the side of the page and stop in for a visit today!
    And don't forget to click below to visit us on our social media pages!! Facebook Google+ Instagram ....

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  • Evil Finger - Guns Magazine

    Benchmade’s SOCP is an ancient design with a modern twist. The dagger is one of the oldest knife forms in the history of the world, dating back to knapped flint versions before edged metal tools ever graced the planet. The Romans and Celts refined the genre and it retained its popularity right through WWII with the legendary Fairbairn Sykes dagger. It remains a popular choice for a combat blade today. Download the PDF to read more. ....

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  • State To State

    Last month we examined the history of MMA in Colorado, site for the inaugural UFC. This month we travel east — make that upper south — to North Carolina, which hosted the third and fifth installments of the UFC before the state banned the sport outright. North Carolina is the birthplace of Andy Griffith and Howard Cosell, serves as the setting for the cult classic Evil Dead 2, and is regarded as the nation’s largest producer of furniture, tobacco, brick and textiles. Just three years ago, MMA was still banned in the state, but due to the efforts of one of the country’s oldest MMA gyms and a neversay -die former college football player, today it’s MMA ....

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  • H2H: Hand To Hand Combat

    The US Army — the most modern fighting force in the world — relies on the latest technology in smart bombs, fighter planes, and smart ships. But when fighting in the battlefield, all the technology in the world can be reduced to two soldiers locked in hand-to-hand combat, where survival is the winning prize. The most technologically advanced fighting force in the world relies on the best and most effective hand-to-hand fighting techniques ever developed. In H2H Combat, Soldiers Edition, The creator of SOCP (Special Operations Combatives Program). Greg Thompson demonstrates the same combat and self-defense techniques he teaches to the Special Forces and Army troops. In H2H ....

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  • Moving Combatives Training Forward

    From the Spartans to the Japanese Samurai to the Soldiers of the American Revolution, combatives training has helped produce more capable, confident Soldiers, and combatives remain crucial to the training and development of the successful warrior. In ancient Sparta, combatives were instrumental in the training and development of the warrior school, the agoge, which children began at the age of 7. Children of the agoge were forced to fight using a style of wrestling and submission locks called pankration. They fought with spears, sticks and swords in brutal fashion, honing their warrior’s confidence and producing an indomitable mindset that seared the tiny Greek state into ....

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  • SPEC Ops

    A lot of martial artists think of themselves as warriors, as latter-day samurai or Shaolin monks who possess esoteric skills that turn them into elite fighters. That can make for some harmless fantasy-as long as you don’t get too carried away and start challenging people to duels with your katana. But if you want to find out what the real warriors are doing for their martial arts training, you need to know what goes down at Range 37 in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. But don’t ask too many questions, or they might have to kill you. Home to the U.S. Amry’s Special Forces, Fort Bragg is where the legendary Green Berets hand their hats or berets, as the case may be. While being ....

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