My name is Robin Williams, but before I go any further, I bet you I can guess exactly what you are thinking:
Was I right? 😜 Anyway, I am a mixed martial artist and entrepreneur based out of Lane County, Oregon. I started training martial arts in 2005 and in the time since, I have trained in Tae Kwon Do, Kung Fu San Soo, Boxing, Muay Thai, Wrestling, Counter Assault, Krav Maga, and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. My goal is to earn a black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and continue teaching the next generation of martial artists.
Outside of the gym, my "day job" is as a first responder. Over the last five years of my career, I have been fortunate enough to play on both sides of the first responder aisle by becoming qualified in the state of Oregon as an Emergency Medical Technician – Basic (EMT-B) and as a reserve police officer. While my time in those fields have been largely positive, I have decided to transition out and pursue other opportunities, including starting my own business.
Speaking of which, would you like to support a minority owned business? Check out the rest of the website to see some of the content we produce, services we provide, or awesome merch you can wear to make your teammates jealous. If you would like to contact me directly you can drop me an email here. I am extremely busy running things behind the scenes, but I will get back to you just as soon as I can.
Here is the part where I am supposed to impress you by overhyping the things I have done so you choose to train with me instead of everyone else, but that just is not the way I roll. If you are curious, I have listed some of the high points below. No fluff, no up sells, just straight facts.
This style of Jiu Jitsu is exclusivey no gi and was popularized in the early 2000's by Eddie Bravo.
This style of Jiu Jitsu was primarily gi and popularized (in the west) in the 1990's by the Gracie family.
This style of Tae Kwon Do emphasizes technique over competition. It was popularized by Grandmaster Hyong.
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