These legends, plus Erik Paulson, Mark DellaGrotte, Darren Levine & many others, are the who’s who teaching at REVOLUTION.
Now in its fourth year, the annual event for martial artists everyone is talking about, returns to San Antonio, August 4-6, 2017. REVOLUTION has all of the martial arts training and business seminars you want, all in one place. Here’s why you can’t miss it:
Something for Everyone
You may have attended seminars that feature one of these top level pros but honestly, nowhere will you get the opportunity to train with all of them, in one place, and for one low price.
Randy Couture kicks off two days of martial arts training with his Dirty Boxing Seminar on Saturday morning. Followed by Erik Paulson teaching Submission Grappling and a two-part session, Defenses Against Attacks, taught by Darren Levine. If you want Muay Thai training with Mark DellaGrotte or Rafael Cordeiro, or want to learn Wing Chun Kung Fu from Francis Fong, REVOLUTION has seminars for that too!
As a school owner, coach, instructor or staff member at a martial arts facility, you can choose from over twenty sessions on our Friday business tracks, focused on how to run and grow a successful business.
New this year at REVOLUTION, is a three day format. Day one offers sessions solely dedicated to business dos and don’ts, followed by a two day marathon of physical martial arts and fitness training.
The three day format is designed so you, the impassioned martial artist, can get the most ground-breaking education on the many aspects of running an academy. So if you only want to do physical martial arts training, sign up for just Saturday and Sunday.
Check out the full event schedule—it’s an overview of everything that’s going on.
The biggest take-away I got from REVOLUTION in years past was the excitement surrounding the event. You could tell something special was going to happen. It was gratifying to see martial artists from all levels and disciplines gathering from all corners of the world to share experiences and bond. Some said it felt really good to be training again. Others said the event was a reminder why they got into martial arts in the first place. Overall, the event was life changing for many.
Sure, lots of martial artists come with intentions to grow their business and further their practice, but the added benefit above all: meeting and building relationships with like-minded associates.
I look forward to connecting with old friends and meeting new ones next month in San Antonio. Are you ready to join the REVOLUTION?