Total MMA Studios would like to announce our “Summer Day Camp” program! Offered to children and teenagers from the ages of 7-18, the program gives your child the opportunity to train in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, MMA, Wrestling and Kickboxing.
$20.00 – 1 class
$75.00 – 1 week
$250.00 – 1 month
The classes will be held all summer long, Monday through Friday from 10:30 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. For information on signing up your child please see our front desk!!!
The staff would like to advise all our members that Monday July 4th we will be closed due to Independence day. We would like to wish everyone a safe and happy 4th and we will see everyone back on Tuesday the 5th.
Total MMA Studios Coaching Staff
Sunday July 17th
Men & Juniors – $55.00
Women – $55.00
If a Competitor wants to participate in the GI & the NO GI event an additional $20.00 will be due for the additional event.
All competitors must wear a SOLID colored Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu GI either all white, all blue or all black in color. No other colors of any kind will be permitted. NO mixing of colors (i.e. white pants with blue top or vice versa). Competitors must compete with regulation GI only. A regulation GI is 4 finger cuff clearance with sleeves to be no shorter than 2″ between wrist and sleeve of GI. Male competitors are not allowed to wear any clothing underneath the GI including t-shirts, rash guards, etc. Female competitors are allowed to wear a t-shirt or rash guard under their GI. All competitors will be required to weigh in right before their division is to compete and will have to weigh in with their GI on.
Riverside Events Center
3443 Orange Street,
Riverside, CA 92501
For more information on registration and weight divisions please copy and paste the link below.
As we continue to grow as a gym the coaching staff is always looking for better ways to service our members. One way that has turned out to be very successful has been our women’s jiu-jitsu class on Tuesdays and Thursdays. This class is instructed by both Prof Juliano and Adriano and is available to women of all ages and skill level.
The class covers all the basic principles of jiu-jitsu that any woman will need to compete or need in a self defense situation. We are very proud to offer this unique class to our members and look forward to watching it grow and grow over time. For more information on the class please see our front desk.
The staff at Total MMA Studios would like to congratulate those members who competed this weekend at the GrapplersX NoGi Tournament. The coaches were pleased as several of our members took home either gold or silver metals.
The Tournament just shows the hard work and dedication that our fighters are putting in daily on mat, we are proud of their success and look forward to the next tournament.
Beto – 1st
Carlos – 2nd
Ryan – 1st
Manto – 1st
Sergio – 1st
Kassius (Youth) – 3rd
For information on tickets please see our front desk or visit Respectinthecage.com
Don’t forget in just two weeks our very own Mauy Thai instructor Bryce Krause steps back into the ring to fight once again for a championship title. For the past few months Bryce has been training intensively for this fight and we all look forward to watching him compete that day!!!
The fight will be held on July 9th at the Commerce Casino in Commerce, California. For tickets please see our front desk for details!!!
Read up on any MMA media site about Strikeforce’s Overeem vs. Verdum event and you will come to the conclusion that overall the event left a bad taste in the mouths of many MMA fans. With a lackluster main event and an as expected co-main event many felt the best fight was on the undercard and included our very own Magno Almeida! With a never say die approach Magno looked for submission after submission against his opponent Conor Huen in what was an action packed fight. To his credit Huen’s willingness to let his arm be dislocated rather then tap out shows how tough the 10th Planet trained fighter is but in many peoples eyes it was Magno who walked away with the victory that night.
Ben Fowlkes from MMAfighting.com said it best..
“You could make a compelling case that he deserved to win the decision over Connor Heun, but even in defeat he showed off a dangerous ground game that made the decision to take him down seem like a critical error in judgment. As soon as Almeida’s back touched the mat he had a submission attempt in the works. All Heun could do was hold on and try not to get his limbs snapped. Judging by the look of his elbow by the time he left the cage, he had mixed results in that department”
For a link to Fowlkes full review of the event please copy and paste the link below.
Either way you look at Magno walks away from this fight victorious as our jiu-jitsu coach left the cage with fans knowing what he brings to the cage! The team here at Total MMA Studios is proud of our jiu-jitsu coach and look forward to seeing him compete on future Strikeforce cards!
For the full fight please copy and paste the link below.