Martial Arts in general and Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) specifically has grown tremendously in recent years. Not only with respect to MMA as a sport and a spectator sport but as a means to become physically fit and also learn self defense. The surging popularity of MMA has also brought with it an increase of martial arts schools that offer the proverbial â??flavor of the monthâ? programs. Oftentimes these schools are run by individuals with showy pretenses to their knowledge, ability and most importantly their questionable qualifications in their â??artâ? and teaching skill set. It is unfortunate but something that is clearly a part of the industry. Like anything else, some prudent due diligence would go a long way in selecting a good school. With that said, I have been studying the martial arts for a little over 20 years and I have seen... countless schools in that time that fall into the aforementioned category. Three years ago I began training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu under Renzo Gracie Black Belt, George Sernack. George, a lifelong practitioner of the martial arts with over 26 years experience, also holds a 5th degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do and a 4th degree black belt in Hapkido as well as strong background in Kickboxing. In the last ten years George has also placed and medaled in many of the premiere grappling and submission tournaments in the Northeast. His resume and credentials not only are legitimate but verifiable. Perhaps more importantly than Georgeâ??s individual successes and achievements in his martial arts career is what he has given and continues to give back. George is the head instructor of Real World Martial Arts (RWMMA) â?? Renzo Gracie Denville. George has trained literally hundreds of people from all walks of life. In addition to the many students he has who train simply to get in great shape; RWMMA has also developed an impressive stable of both amateur and professional MMA fighters. In an industry that is becoming fraught with charlatans posing as martial arts instructors, George Sernack of Real World Martial Arts is the real deal. So if you are looking to start a new fitness program, are tired of your tired workout you do now or maybe have aspirations of maybe one day competing in the ring or cage, I would encourage you to stop in and visit RWMMA.See More"