Bay City, Michigan (PressExposure) January 20, 2012 -- Cosens MMA of Bay City, MI announced today that they will be opening a second location. Cosens MMA currently has a location at 2515 Wilder Road and will now have a second location at 804 North Euclid Avenue. Both of these addresses are in the 48706 area code. The second location is set to open on February 1st, 2012. This new location will be located directly above the Living Water Christian Bookstore and behind the Sunoco Gas Station off of Euclid Avenue. Cosens MMA has one of the largest mixed martial arts teams in the state of Michigan. Michigan MMA [http://www.cosensmma.net/michigan-mma/]
has been growing increasingly popular in the last three years. Cosens MMA will offer classes in mixed martial arts, jiu jitsu, conditioning, muay thai, and boxing. Clients who are interested in competing in mixed martial arts will also be able to represent Cosens MMA at upcoming events.
Cosens MMA is opening a second location because their current location can't keep up with the business. Members will be able to visit either location. The new gym will feature a full mixed martial arts training cage, weight lifting equipment, cardiovascular equipment, and a full locker room.
Owner of Cosens MMA, Charlie Cosens, had this to say about his new gym location, "We are extremely excited to offer the people of Bay City another place to work out. We will have special deals for the day of our opening and hope to see you at the new gym!" Charlie Cosens is a veteran of mixed martial arts with a current amateur MMA record of 19-8. He has trained in Phuket, Thailand with Tiger Muay Thai. Many fighters from the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) train at this camp. He is currently the Impact Fight League Middleweight Champion and has won several jiu jitsu tournaments.
Serious competitors of mixed martial arts training three to four days a week. Cosens MMA offers a vigorous cardiovascular training program that many mixed martial artists have found useful. Many times in a match conditioning will determine the winner. Having a solid background in muay thai and jiu jitsu is what most mixed martial artists strive for. However, conditioning is the most important factor.