View Full Version : East Coast Flowbox Seminar
04-11-2009, 04:33 AM
It is official Rmax tribe, Faculty Head Coach Brandon Jones is bringing Flowbox to the East Coast.
When: July 25-26th 2009 Saturday & Sunday.
Where: Madama Jiu-Jitsu Team Serra
1174 Fischer Blvd.
Toms River, NJ 08753
Cost is $175 for two days and four hours each day. Please take advantage of this introductory price as it will go up in the future.
Accommodations: A group rate has been arranged at the Comfort Inn
2215 Route 37 East
Toms River, NJ 08753
Group Rate is under Rmax and will entitle you to $199 per night for one room with 2 queen beds so sharing with a roommate is possible. You must make your reservation by July 3, 2009. The facility is new with plasma tv's with built in dvd players. It is clean and family orientated with a 3 feet deep pool and jacuzzi. It is 3.8 miles away from the venue with a simple right turn for a jug handle and one left turn. It is literally located a few miles from the bridge to Seaside (with a great boardwalk) and Island State Beach Park beaches. It is also an hour north of Atlantic City so there is plenty to do as a vacation after the seminar.
Feel free to contact me at email@example.com with any questions or post them here on the forum.
We are pleased and fortunate to have this opportunity, so let's show our support. Invest in what you believe in.
04-25-2009, 08:21 AM
This seminar is being offered up as an "extra" seminar. I'll be conducting another in the area, in which the slots have all been filled. Since a few people had expressed dissapointment that they were unable to attend the other seminar, Will is offering up this opportunity.
If you're interested, let him know ASAP.
The seminar will cover...
* Basic Flowbox Fundamentals.
* Refining striking skills to specifically address the MMA environment.
* Increasing punching power and efficacy.
* Introduction to "ring generalship".
If you're interested, contact Will Chung as soon as possible and we can make this happen.
04-27-2009, 12:33 PM
Where do I sign up?
04-27-2009, 02:36 PM
Will Chung has all the details...
04-29-2009, 05:48 AM
i want to selfishly encourage anyone that lives within the drive-able vicinity of this seminar (1-5 hours)& has even the mildest of curioisities regarding how CST movement & conditioning protocols marry up with combat sport/MA training to GO! selfish because i'm flying in from atlanta & if there aren't enough attendees, then no seminar & believe me, you'll miss out & by extension, so will i.
consider this a polite command.
do the simple math: $175/8 hours of training comes out to just under $22 per hour under the direct & very personal guidance of the rmax head coach - a man possessing decades of experience in traditional MA training as well as combat sport training of every rugged sort - now completely responsible for the development & promulgation of FlowFighting®.
<Coach Jones, natch>
buddy up, save on gas, hotel, bring a tent, camp out on a lawn somewhere & roast tofu weenies if you have to, but GO!
That's right - i said 'promulgation'.
this is the closest i've ever come to a public fanboy rant & i'm 45 years old. i'm somewhat embarrassed, but definitely sincere.
help him help you help me.
04-29-2009, 07:58 AM
Thanks for the recommendation, Patrick.
Maybe i'm biased, but I agree with you.;)
To be clear though, while Flowbox is my baby, it is merely one of the delivery systems which make up the totality of Flowfighting. Flowfighting as a whole, is the product of the entire Faculty, all of which bring their specific areas of expertise to make Flowfighting what it is.
In addition, each "piece" of the puzzle of Flowfighting is governed by an over-arching protocol, mutually designed and implemented by Coach Sonnon and all the Faculty Coaches.
It's a team effort for sure.
Thanks again for the kind words, Patrick. Much appreiated.
04-29-2009, 08:20 AM
Absolutely, Coach, thanks for the clarification.
05-11-2009, 12:03 PM
May I please have a roll call for those who definitely want to attend.
05-11-2009, 04:40 PM
I definitely want to attend, but my (military) schedule often doesn't allow me to plan things the way i'd like to. This past week, the chances of attending Flowbox have started to look better... at the same time, my chances of attending the CST and TACFIT seminars in August have quickly dropped to about zero. In another two weeks, who knows...
05-12-2009, 09:48 PM
I definitely want to attend. It's a bit of a schlep, and I've got to see if it can be made to fit into my schedule, but I'd like to be there.
06-23-2009, 03:02 AM
Due to Head Coach Jones' incredibly busy schedule this event will be cancelled. We will reschedule again for a later date. He will be in town the first weekend in August for a pre-booked to capacity Flowbox seminar. If anyone would like to be placed on a waiting list on the slim chance there is a cancellation, feel free to contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Best wishes to all and a great summer.
07-06-2009, 02:15 PM
We have a few spots open due to injuries for Flowbox seminar August 1 and 2nd. Contact me at email@example.com for more information to grasp your chance at being one of the foturtunate who jumped at this rare opportunity to work with Faculty Head Coach Jones.
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