Miami MMA Gym Reviews: Download Our Checklist Of 21 Questions You Need To Ask Before Joining A Mixed Martial Arts School In Miami...

Most People NEVER Ask These Questions - And Get BURNED Hard Because Of It...

Aren't All MMA Gyms In Miami The Same?

MMA Fight Credentials And What They Mean To You...

You want your swimming coach to have jumped in the water and swam before... so having an instructor with some type of actual MMA cage fight experience is crucial - but it's NOT the only criteria to judge an instructor with either.  Many people choose their instructor by who has the best fight credentials - and in our report, we'll show you actual video of some of the appalling teaching methods shown by established champion fighters - and why you shouldn't want to train under them.  Furthermore, our report will also show you how to confirm their fight record (yes, there are instructors that will lie about their fight records)...

Does BJJ = MMA?

In an effort to cash in on the popularity of MMA, there's a rash of super accomplished Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Miami instructors posing as MMA coaches... do NOT fall for it.  There hasn't been a pure BJJ athlete that has claimed a UFC title since Royce Gracie back in the 90s... and that's for a reason.  BJJ does NOT equal MMA... BJJ is but a part of MMA.  BJJ living legend, Rickson Gracie, said in an interview on Tatame Magazine, "You may use like 30% of Jiu-Jitsu in MMA..."  These MMA posers rock cauliflower ear, actively compete in BJJ, they throw some punches and kicks in class, and have pictures next to MMA fighters - but they aren't versed in real MMA.  Our report shows how to spot these guys and why it's a big deal...

You Don't Want To Join A Miami "Fight Club"...

Most people are looking to learn MMA to train in a proven system of fighting that's constantly being tested in the arena - but most people do NOT want to actually fight in a cage.  Furthermore, most people do not want to suffer the injuries associated with fighting.  The good news is that you can gain all the benefits of MMA without suffering needless injuries - but under the right instruction.  Many ignorant instructors, who have lots of fight training but little to no coaching training, will simply beat you up in the misguided effort of making you "tougher" and thus a better martial artist.  Not true, not even for MMA fighters - that type of training can actually make you worse.  Our report shows what is the correct method to spar and how to spot responsible sparring from reckless ignorant sparring...

You Don't Want To Train Under A BJJ Nerd That's Never Been Punched In The Face - But You Don't Want A Dumb Jock MMA Coach Either...

Marcos Avellan, Black Belt Instructor and Retired Fighter

If you're on this page, it's most likely because you're searching for an MMA school in Miami... and if that's correct, keep reading...


Yes, I have my own mixed martial arts school in Miami, but Miami is a big town and maybe my school is too far from you.  Maybe my school isn't the right fit for you or your child.  However, I still want to help you find the right school for you - because in this day and age, everyone should be training in mixed martial arts.  Men, women, and children should be training.  Why?  Obesity is at an all-time high - we're becoming a lazier society... and it's just as dangerous as it's even been on the streets, with more people being familiar on how to fight.  Quite frankly, if you aren't training MMA - you're falling behind because many street thugs are fans of the sport and probably have taken classes before.


But how do you choose a school? Do you go by the instructor's competition accolades?  The instructor's belt rank?  The style(s) that the instructor trains?  Do you go by the accomplishments of his students in the cage? Or do you simply go by how fun or nice the free class is?  Should it matter to you if the instructor has a criminal record or is a known cheater in the sport?  Is the quality of the facility an indicator of whether you'll get quality instruction or not?  What if you want to be a fighter or don't want to be a fighter... does that change the criteria of what to look for - and if it does, how does it change that criteria?  What other questions should you be asking?

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I made a report, "The 21 Essential Questions You Should Ask Before Joining An MMA Gym."  In the report, I also detail what answers you should want to get - and how to tell if they're being truthful in their answers or not.  What inspired me to make the report was when one of my students was moving and asked if I knew any gyms in the area he was moving to.  I wasn't familiar with the area or any of the schools he spoke of, so I made this report for him, to show him how to pick a school.  After I made it, I thought, "Damn, this is important info I wish I had when I first searched for a school, I should share it with everyone..."  Go ahead and click on the button below to download my report for FREE.  Once you go through the report and the questions you need to ask prospective gyms, hopefully my Miami MMA school is the dojo for you - but if not, that's cool too... as long as you train! :)  Go ahead and click on the button below to learn more...

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