Garden City, MI (PRWEB) October 12, 2012
Guardian Martial Arts (GMA), a multipurpose martial arts and fitness studio based in Garden City, Mich., proudly welcomes self-defense technician Ryan “The Train” Trainor to it first MMA seminar, scheduled from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2.
The seminar will take place at the studio, located at 30942 Ford Road in Garden City, Mich.
“The Trainor” is an American Kenpo Black Belt, a personal fitness trainer, and holds rank in Caique Jiu Jitsu. His Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighting record is 2-1, and he continues to hone his skills by studying Muay Thai and boxing.
Kelly M. Perkins, director of GMA, said Trainor will present participants with the ground-fighting techniques and broaden their knowledge of self-defense.
“Most arts – including Kenpo – involve fighting from a standing base. Often, an altercation can end up on the ground. It’s important to know what to do then.”
“The Trainor” will teach age-appropriate lessons to 7- to 12-year-olds from 5 to 6 p.m. and conclude the workshop with instruction for 13- to 17-year-olds and adults from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
The following evening, on Saturday, Nov. 3, the studio will host its 14th annual GMA Interclub Tournament. Students will compete in forms, self-defense, sets, weapons, and sparring. Little Dragons will compete with Arnis in place of self-defense. Trophies will be awarded for each event, and the individuals with the top number of points will be named Grand Champion.
The cost for the Trainor seminar is $29 per person. However, Perkins said, those who sign up for the Interclub tournament and the MMA Seminar can attend the seminar for $15.
“This will be a great evening of fun and skill development,” Perkins said.
To take part in the seminar, reservations are required. To register, visit GMA’s website: http://www.guardianmartialarts.com, or call 734-266-0565.
Guardian Martial Arts provides services beyond what they provide on location. They have recently released Sun Tzu's classic work, "The Art of War", enhanced with their insights from decades of experience in martial arts. They have also created an e-book detailing sound advice for surviving an active-shooter incident that is available for Kindle and other ebook retailers.
For media inquiries, contact:
Kelly M. Perkins, Owner
Guardian Martial Arts