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Danny Savery BJJ and MMA Is Translating Martial Arts Into Daily Life

By Elisha Neubauer

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is more than just a martial art, it's an art form.

Often referred to as The Great Equalizer, the martial art is very pliable. It allows all competitors to have their own unique style within the form. This, in turn, allows their own approach to different situations presented to them in both the art and their daily life.

This particular martial art is all inclusive. Regardless of height, weight, gender, or physical capabilities, an individual can succeed in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with the right mindset and enough persistence.

"Training consistently (and often) is the foundation of success in the sport and is what will bring people far," Danny Savery, Owner/Operator/Head Instructor for Danny Savery BJJ and MMA in Fall River, MA, said.

The Fall River studio teaches both Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts currently.

"Mixed martial arts is the closest you can get to a legitimate fight," Savery said. "Despite the rules, the sport is extreme and dynamic."

Savery began martial arts early in life. Finding a direct impact on his daily life, he noticed the sport increased his self-esteem and self-confidence. Having been severely bullied in his youth, Savery noticed a background in martial arts lessened the bullying.

"Any altercations that resulted after this were resolved and discouraged any future bullying, which I can thank the martial arts for," Savery said. "It has definitely helped shape the man I am today, and that is something I knew I had to spread to other people, so I started teaching."

When it comes to Savery's studio, he strives to keep his lessons cutting edge and up to date with the latest tips, techniques, and tools in the industry. The courses are tailored to handle everyone: child or adult, experienced or not, serious or hobbyist. Every student is allowed to learn at their own pace depending on their capabilities and what they wish to gain out of the sports.

While teaching the latest and greatest is important to Savery, cleanliness is vital. Seeing other schools allowing their places to get so dirty and spread infections, Savery vowed to not allow his own facility get like that.

"Our place is the best you can get," Savery said. "We clean the mats multiple times a day and scrub every inch of the school once to twice a week. We often have this aspect of our academy pointed out to us by new customers."

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