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Everyone seems to have their firsts. Well today I had my first in a new studio.
The Lions Den in Coeur D'Alene offers a wide array of the fighting arts. I decided to take the submission grappling and Muay Thai. They have Brazillian Jui-Jitsu as well and boxing and kickboxing, but I took the things I thought I could develop more into my own Jujitsu.
I had a class today and it killed me. I am out of shape. I teach already three days a week and now I am going to learn three as well. I guess my classes are easy because these made me have a side ache and muschle spasms and the whole works. I loved it.