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Start Your Martial Arts School Part VI: How To Market Your Martial Arts School

Posted on 31 August 2012 by Tim Houghten

This entry is part 6 of 13 in the seriesStarting Martial Arts School

How To Market Your Martial Arts School

If you are already familiar with martial arts schools and training centers, or even already have a franchise, then you know the usual suspects when it comes to marketing.

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How To Start A Martial Arts School Part V: Pre-Selling Your School

Posted on 30 August 2012 by Tim Houghten

This entry is part 5 of 13 in the seriesStarting Martial Arts School

Pre-Selling For Your School

After having done all of your research and having completed your business and marketing plans, it is wise to test your ideas and assumptions for before laying them out and tying up capital.

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How To Build A Dojo Part II: Challenges Make Opportunities

Posted on 26 August 2012 by Tim Houghten

This entry is part 1 of 13 in the seriesStarting Martial Arts School

The Problems & Potential To Prosper

If you haven’t read our first in this series here it is: how to start a martial arts school.

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For The MMA Beginner Guide: Gym, Training, and MMA Gear

Posted on 08 October 2011 by Tony Hackerott

It’s amazing to think that MMA was just a baby 10 years ago. MMA has moved from a little-known sport to a billion-dollar industry. The roots of this exploding sport is found in Brazil’s Vale Tudo and Japan’s Shoot-fighting. When the Ultimate Fighting Championships came on the scene in the early 90s, spectators got to witness fighters from different styles competing with no time-limits, no weight classes, and almost no rules. Since then, the UFC has risen to the top as the premiere organization in the sport. Rounds, referees, and safety rules have been created to make MMA a safe and legitimate combat sport.

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Best Places To Live For An Up & Coming MMA Fighter

Posted on 27 June 2011 by Tony Hackerott

So, you are looking to become a professional MMA fighter.  If you have hopes and dreams of one day fighting in the Ultimate Fighting Championships you may be asking yourself is once place to live is better than another. MMA contenders and fighters that have starred in the UFC octagon have come from all over the world, so location doesn’t have to mean you can’t get a chance, especially if you are really good and can travel. However there are of course a few factors that make where you are from or where you live better for chances of joining the cast of the next Ultimate Fighter series or getting a fight. These factors include; reputation, training and opportunity.

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