January 2018 News
This is the first of a monthly newsletter released by the New Era team and we hope you follow along with us on this journey. We hope to not only inform members of what is going on in and around the gym, but to hopefully create a sense of community between us and build a stronger relationship. At New Era Combat Sports, we have a lot in store for 2018. You want to be a part of the family where you can be sure that you get the physical training, and inspiration you need. We will also hold you accountable for achieving your goals. Let’s get started!
JANUARY 26: Congratulations to all fighters who have recently fought in the Heroes Combat card including; Taylor McClatchie, Karl Jakel, Andrew Baun, and Yuki Yamanaka. All fighters fought hard and showed tons of heart & determination. That’s what being apart of the New Era team is all about!
FEBRUARY 26: Upcoming events. We have 4 Muay Thai fighters competing in upcoming events. 11-year-old Cooper Brindle is fighting February 17th in Orillia. Our own, Dave MacDonald, as well as Taylor McClatchie, and Cole MacInnis are fighting February 23rd in Ottawa.
MARCH 16: We also have 3 fighters who are competing at TKO 42 on March 16th at the Bell Centre in Montreal; Matar Lo, Mateo Vogel & Alex O’Neil. Good luck to all New Era fighters and stay tuned for some of these phenomenal up-and-comers to really impress!
Every month we will also feature a “Tip of the Month” from Professor Peter & Kru Jeff.
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TIP OF THE MONTH:
“Show up early, leave late. Fight for love, not for hate.”
— KRU JEFF
“The best thing for Jiu-Jitsu growth is consistency. Repetition, repetition, repetition, consistency is key.”
— PROFESSOR PETER