FaMA Weekly #117



In this issue of FaMA Weekly we congratulate Dylan, Parson and Tyler and being promoted, see who earned their stripes, watch Professor Robyn take a risk, Kru Yo shows us how to block hooks and counter with Muay Thai knees, watch the afternoon BJJ crew work on their spider guards and finally Professor Zoro talks about the difference between a fighter and professional athlete.

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Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Belt Promotions


Congratulations to Parson on being promoted to Grey Belt as well as Dylan and Tyler to Grey/White Belt.


Great job and well deserved!

Earned Their Stripes


Well done to our FaMA BJJ students on earning new stripes this past week.

Kids BJJ Bunny Hops


A calculated risk.


Professor Robyn willing to risk life and limb as long as it gives his BJJ Kids some incentive to bunny hop higher.


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Kru Yo's Weekly Muay Thai Combo


This week Kru Yo shows us how to block a hook and counter with knees to the body.


1. jab

2. cross

3. lead body hook

4. lead hook to the head

5. rear leg kick

6. lead switch kick

7. lead leg block/check

8. switch kick x2

9. enter to block hook

10. knee to the body

11. pull the head and step back

12. knee x2


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Spider Guard


Spidey-sense tingling.


The lunchtime BJJ crew starting with Spider Guard techniques before moving on to specific training.


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Kru Yo's Muay Thai Outtakes


In this Muay Thai Outtake, Kru Yo shares some additional details on blocking the hook and countering with knees from this week’s Muay Thai combo.


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Saturday Night Breakdown Clips


Saturday Night Breakdown Clips - Zoro Moreira - Part IV


In this clip Professor Zoro explains the difference between being a fighter versus being a professional mixed martial arts athlete.


From episode #8 (6 June, 2020).


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FaMA - Fitness and Martial Arts

Established in 2016, FaMA is a world-class martial arts academy located in the heart of the Central Business District in Singapore. Walking distance from Clarke Quay and Fort Canning MRT stations, FaMA’s main goal is to help people improve their lives through martial arts regardless of age or athletic capability. Our Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ), Muay Thai Kickboxing, Kids Martial Arts and Fitness programs are led by experts in their respective fields. So, whether it is weight loss, a fun workout, camaraderie, competition training, or just to break a sweat, FaMA has something for the whole family.

ADDRESS

3A River Valley Road,

#02-03, Clarke Quay

SINGAPORE 179020

(entrance on level 1)

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 Closest MRT

Clarke Quay (NE Line)

Fort Canning (DT Line)

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Clarke Quay​

OPENING HOURS

Monday to Friday

06:30 - 22:00

 

Saturday and Sunday

9:00 - 17:00

CONTACT

+65 6352 0992

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