This blog may not be news to you. You may have heard it before. On the other hand, I was talking to a young man this weekend who had never heard about the concept of the dash, and was moved by it; maybe it will be new to you too. In either case, it is Read More

I have had a beautiful weekend in Middleburg Florida with my wife, Barbara, and my eldest son, Harley. Barbara is also our KMMA Program Director and Shihan Harley is also a Master Instructor at the school. We came to Middleburg to spend some time with my friend Master Jan Lappin and her Team at Middleburg Read More   Tonight I was teaching my Blackbelts about the self defense timeline of a given scenario. We trained several self defense scenarios and then I made sure that they realized that they were progressive defenses based on the developing scenario as the timeline progressed. As the timeline progresses, the problem we are dealing with Read More

It’s been a great summer hasn’t it!   It’s so great to see everyone coming back from the pandemic and getting back to the things that they love, including KMMA! And what a great Summer we’ve had already at KMMA! The great Sensei Ben Borton led an amazing Martial Arts Training & Leadership “Rank Camp”! Read More

  Brian Tracey says that “Success is the progressive realization of a worthy goal”, and I agree. I love goal setting and goal getting and I love my job of helping others to do the same! But, speaking of goals, congratulations and thank you to all who helped us raise $5,000 to support the Human Read More