Snake Pit USA Coaches Camp returns to Primal Gym April 15th & 16th
Featuring Snake Pit USA Head Coach & Owner Joel Bane along with Board of Directors Head Coach Floyd “Bad News” Winter.
Tons and Tons of Material to be Covered.:
- Rank Level Material
- Wicked Submissions
- Old School Takedowns & Throws
- Positional Domination
- Leg Lock Palooza
- And much much more
April 14th – 9:30AM – 6:00PM
April 15th – 10:30AM – 3:00PM
$150 – Pre-Registration Only
Primal Gym 3 Nami Lane Hamilton NJ 08619
For more Intel:
Email – Anastasia@SnakePitUSA.com
PRIMAL PROMOTIONS is proud to announce.
PRIMAL MMA FIGHT NIGHT I
We are currently looking for fighters and a variety of partnerships. Please go to the web site for Intel.
Other Primal Promotions:
January 20th – WBF Title Fight.
April 28th – MMA Fight Night.
August 18th – MMA Fight Night.
November 3rd – MMA Fight Night.
6 more dates for Kickboxing and Boxing TBA.
Primal Gym is proud to announce that our plan for total world domination is beginning to take hold.
Due to our remarkable growth and to meet the needs of our ever-expanding customer base.
We are now moving to a new location
10,000 sq. ft.
That’s no typo
10,000 Fucking sq. ft.
Located right down the road from our existing location at
3 Nami Lane, Hamilton NJ 08619
Expanded Schedule / New Classes and times
2,000 sq ft. mat space
2 Locker Room
The New Primal Gym will be fully operational December 1st.
9PM United Kingdom (UTC)
9PM New York (EST)
Listen to Primal Radio with hosts Jim McCann & Tom McGrath Every Saturday Night or listen to the show anytime in the archives. Primal Radio features interviews Top Athletes, Martial Artists, Coaches, Celebrities, and Entertainers along with irreverent and opinionated talk of the world we live in.
PRIMAL RADIO RETURNS?
The rumor on the street is that Primal Radio will be back on the air soon after a lengthy hiatus. Primal Radio was a huge hit that aired internationally weekly with listeners in 171 different countries. Primal Radio featured interviews with Top Athletes, Coaches, Celebrities, and Entertainers along with irreverent and opinionated talk of the world we live in.
Today, only a handful of people in the world have studied Jeet Kune Do under my husband, Bruce Lee. Bob Bremer is one such student, and we are fortunate to have his recollections of Bruce’s teachings recorded in this volume. In the 40-plus years that I have known Bob, his legendary status among JKD practitioners is well-deserved. To my knowledge, Bob has always strived to pass on only the techniques and aspects of Bruce lee that he himself experienced without branching out, elaborating, embroidering on or interpreting anything beyond Bruce’s teaching. I respect Bob’s approach to teaching Jeet Kune Do, for Bruce had much to offer that did not require updating, revising or adapting. With Bob Bremer, you get the real deal.
Tim Tackett was among the first of the second-generation students, and I have known him nearly as long as Bob. Throughout the years he has studied Jeet Kune Do, Tim has also had a well-respected career as a high-school teacher, drama coach and published writer. Together with Bob, they have been passing on Bruce’s art of JKD in Tim’s garage to small groups of privileged students. This practice harkens back to Bruce’s beginnings in the early ’60s, when he taught his art to only a few friends for no compensation. In the ’70s, this was continued during Tim’s first years of Jeet Kune Do training in the original “backyard” group, and the tradition still exists in Tim and Bob’s Wednesday Night Group.
It is of utmost importance that the thoughts and recollections of Bruce’s original students are recorded for the benefit of martial artists who are interested in Jeet Kune Do teachings because they come directly from Bruce Lee. I appreciate the time, effort and primarily the love that Bob and Tim have put into transcribing their experiences. With the publication of this book, the art and philosophy of Bruce Lee will be preserved for the benefit of generations to come.
~ Linda Lee Cadwell
Learn Original Jeet Kune Do right from the source. Small group & private training avaiable at Primal Gym Hamilton NJ.
PRIMAL GYM is proud to announce our newest location Dundalk, Ireland.
Headed up by one of the most talented martial artists anywhere Anthony Cunnane.
Check out his gym at:
Only available in Europe at these locations:
Primal Elite, Belgium with Head Instructor of Primal Europe Dieter Casier
Krav Maga Systems Ireland with Head Instructor Anthony Cunnane
Primal Raw Training is nothing but the bare essence of combat.
Primal Curriculums Includes;
Close Quarter Combatives – Hand, Stick, Knife, Gun
Combat Sports – Boxing, Kickboxing, Submission Fighting, Mixed Martial Arts.
Jeet Kune Do – Learn the training methods of Bruce Lee as it was originally taught.
Primal Training covers in detail both Breadth and Depth of the topics at hand.
Breadth of learning refers to the full span of knowledge of a subject.
Depth of learning refers to the extent to which specific topics are focused upon, amplified and explored.
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HAMILTON >> Knowledge of proper self-defense not only saves lives, but also builds confidence and can improve other areas in life as well.
That’s the lesson Trenton Police Youth Explorers are learning over the course of six months as they participate in self-defense training courtesy of Primal Gym in Hamilton, the training grounds for a few local amateur boxers.
Since January, the Explorers have trained twice a month at the gym, where they learn mixed martial arts, boxing, kickboxing, hand-to-hand combat and other self-defense skills.
“I’ve always wanted the kids to learn some type of self-defense skills,” Detective Phil Peroni said. “We can teach them what we know as police officers, but this is a more structured setting.”
The TPD Youth Explorers Program, which was reinstated in 2014 after a three-year hiatus, is just one of the initiatives local police are using to connect with the city’s young population. The program’s goal is to help young people develop into positive community influences regardless of what career field they choose later in life.
Although self-defense training will be necessary if the kids decide to join the police force, the skills are also useful in everyday life, especially in an urban city where neighborhood cliques often distance themselves from teens who seem mentally and physically weaker than others.
“This type of training can change lives,” Primal Gym owner Jim McCann said. “It gives them direction and a sense of purpose. I’ve seen introverted people all of a sudden become extroverts on some level because they found something they were good at.”
Peroni and now-retired Officer Elsie Vega-Medina started searching for a way to incorporate extensive self-defense training into the Youth Explorers program about two years ago. They eventually connected with McCann who agreed to train the kids for free because TPD doesn’t have the funds in its budget. The Explorers will train every other Sunday through June, and McCann has agreed to continue training some of the kids throughout the summer.
“It’s a way for me to give back to the community,” McCann, who has been training in martial arts and self-defense for the past 43 years, said. “I’ve already seen growth in some of these kids and hopefully they will take that back into the world.”
Just as the goal of the Explorers program is not to convince kids to become police officers, the goal of self-defense training is not to convince teens to become champion fighters.
“Boxing is not only about fighting,” 17-year-old Shinard Bunch, a member of the U.S. Junior Olympic Boxing team, said while taking a break from training the Explorers. “It teaches discipline and respect.”
“Boxing is a great sport that gives kids something to focus on to help them stay out of trouble,” 20-year-old Junior Abel, who won the Diamond Glove tournament as a sub-novice last year, said.
Police Director Ernest Parrey Jr. and Mayor Eric Jackson stopped by the gym Sunday to witness the positive growth of the Youth Explorers as well.
“It makes me feel great to have local kids in the ring inspiring these younger Explorers,” Jackson said. “We don’t talk enough about the good things that are happening around here. Our youth are doing great things not only to inspire themselves, but to inspire younger kids as well. They’re not only using their body, they’re using their minds too. It’s wonderful to see kids working in a positive environment, staying out of trouble and doing things to create a career path. They inspire me as a mayor.”
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We just finished TWO INTENSE DAYS of Training at Dundalk, Krav Maga with Head Instructor Anthony Cunnane who is a super talented instructor. Both Hock and I covered tons and tons of material included:
- Impact Weapons
- Knife / Counter Knife
- Street Boxing
- Street Ground Combatives
- Brutal Clinches & Ruthless Combat Takedowns and Counters to Takedowns
- In the Clutches Of…
- Caveman Jiu-Jitsu – Joint Cranks, Locks, & Breaks
It was a great honor to have had the opportunity to go train with such dedicated fighters.