Turning “I can’t do that!” to “How can I do that?” for Brandon grapplers – The Story of Lisa McMaster – MASRC

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Turning “I can’t do that!” to “How can I do that?” for Brandon grapplers – The Story of Lisa McMaster – MASRC

by ahnationtalk on November 19, 202017 Views

Lisa McMaster didn’t start participating in mixed martial arts until after she had her children, when she was looking for an interactive way to get back into shape. As a child, Lisa was involved in gymnastics and Girl Guides. She always wanted to get into martial arts, but her mother did not think that it was a sport for her daughter to be in. It was not very ‘ladylike’. She allowed Lisa to play baseball instead.

This desire for her involvement in grappling sports did not fade with time. As Lisa began training in a basement martial arts gym with only male members, her love for the sport only grew from there. This is where she met with Chris Kading, the owner and founder of the Winnipeg Academy of Mixed Martial Arts (WAMMA) Brandon. Since their meeting, she was able to experience a higher-level training in grappling and sparring.

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