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Join us for the United States Martial Arts Association (USMAA) National Training Camp July 9-11, 2015 in St. Louis, Missouri!

The best training camp in the country is back again in 2015, and is being Sponsored by Katamedo Jujitsu and St Louis Tae Kwon Do Academy. As always there will have lots of training available such as Law Enforcement Training, Aikido, Judo, TKD, Karate, Jujitsu, MMA, and appearances and classes from a laundry list of champions and Senseis from around the country.

Please book your rooms now. The venue is fabulous, new and clean. We will have mats, training equipment and great sponsors. We hope to see you all there! Please share this webpage and the event flyer with your instructors and students!

Camp Details
This is a great opportunity to train with martial artists from various backgrounds and styles. There will be three full days (Thursday, July 9th through Saturday, July 11th) of unmatched martial arts training. All martial artists are welcome at any level, and Black Belt testing by a board of examiners will be available as well. Do not miss this exceptional experience!

For those of you who have not had the opportunity to attend the USMAA training camp events in the past you will be pleasantly surprised! There are no egos allowed, everyone comes to train and to make new friends in the martial arts community. The classes are very informal, you can come and go as you please, and you can switch between the martial arts and law enforcement classes throughout the training camp. Please email us at if you have any questions.

Full 3 Day Camp: $150 per person
1 Day Camp: $75 per day per person

Please complete the Registration Form and Waiver for each participant (with a check payable to Gary Jameson) and send your total payment to:
Gary Jameson
2901 S. Brentwood Blvd
Brentwood, MO 63144

Schedule (tentative schedule, subject to change)
Thursday, July 9
8 - Tae Kwon Do (Kurt Valdez)
9 - Self-Defense (Omar Ahmad)
10 - Aikido (Kasey Keckeisen)
11 - Empty Hand Techniques (Cosmo Zimik)
12 - Lunch
1 - Judo (Michael Makoid)
2 - Dirty Boxing (Dillon Beyer)
3 - Karate (Ron Treem)
4 - Muay Thai (Tim Kuth)
5 - Testing (Board)

Friday, July 10
8 - Kenpo (Greg Lawton)
9 - Judo (Gary Rudenick)
10 - Empty Hand Techniques (Cosmo Zimik)
11 - Competition Jiu Jitsu (Omar Ahmad)
12 - Lunch
1 - Sei Shin Kai Aikido (Michael Abels)
2 - Jeet Kune Do (Richard Bustillo)
3 - Jeet Kune Do (Richard Bustillo)
4 - Testing (Board)

Saturday, July 11
8 - Krav Maga (Gary Jameson)
9 - Kempo Jujitsu (Todd Labrie)
10 - Escrima (Richard Bustillo)
11 - Escrima (Richard Bustillo)
12 - Lunch
1 - Violence Dynamics (Kasey Keckeisen)
2 - MMA (Omar Ahmad)
3 - Competition Judo (David Bleeker)
4 - Karate (Loren Copp)

Event Location
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Center St. Louis
16625 Swingley Ridge Road
Chesterfield, MO 63017

The town of Chesterfield is only 20 minutes from Lambert St. Louis International Airport. Catch a taxi to the host hotel, or you can rent a car (the event hotel offers free parking). There are other options for hotels in the area, many are within a mile of the host hotel. A few restaurants are within walking distance, and many others are accessible with just a 5 minute taxi ride.

Law Enforcement Training
The cost for Law Enforcement Training is the same as the martial arts training camp and is open to all adult participants. This hands-on seminar will be taught by Steven Jimerfield (Alaska State Trooper, Ret). One-On-One Control Tactics is a Defensive Tactics System developed by Mr. Jimerfield. The theory behind this is that movement defeats strength. Mr. Jimerfield has been in the Law Enforcement field for the past 30+ years. Twenty-two of those years spent as an Alaska State Trooper with the last seven years as an instructor at the Public Safety Training Academy. Central topics include; Six points of movement to defeat an opponents strength, Reverse Palm techniques and take downs that smoothly move a control subject to the ground, Thigh Lock, Cuffing techniques and standing subjects up, Turning over uncooperative subjects.

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