• Are you ready to for the experiance of a life time

    ...Its now or Never 'cause we wont live forever

  • What is Taponomics?

    A subject where you will learn how to make your obstacles tap..!

  • It was never easy to find your dream and also its not easy to live it everyday

    What is Yours?

MMA is the first and last thing that we know..and you?

Sunday, 27 October 2013

MMA fight kolkata: Soumen Vs Ratul

A fight coming in your way when Soumen faces off against Ratul!! 


Soumen a great striker and Ratul is good on the gournd, a classic striker vs grappler match :D

Will it be a knockout or submission?? We will see on 30th Ocotber, 2013. Venue: Taponomics, Topsia branch!!


Sunday, 30 June 2013

Starting Self Defense - defend against knives

Classes going on for using short knives for self defense with notes and practice. Get sharp with Taponomics.

 

Location : 89, Topsia Road 

Thursday, 13 June 2013

MMA? what's that? is it Chinese?

MMA? whats that? is it Chinese?


Well almost about a year or two ago when we started promoting MMA in kolkata we used hear these kind of questions a lot..!!

One club we approached even asked if it has kata? few were too concerned about getting injured as they learned it was a full contact sport.

If there is a popular martial arts in kolkata, it would be karate. we had to answer every where why mma? how is it special? we have always answered if you want freedom of movement and thought then you have to accept mma.

Today we are grateful to the people who made it possible for us. who believed in our dream of a better living.

Today we can claim that we started the very first MMA gym in kolkata, it was a underground gym, with only few people. Now when we look at the growing demand of MMA, our Dream becomes much more stronger as now we know that you're dreaming the same dream with us.

Train hard, Be Strong.

Sunday, 2 June 2013

Best MMA gym in Kolkata

Hey guys check it out

Two addresses for MMA training in Kolkata


1) Taponomics,89, Topsia road, opposite of Topsia football ground
2) Taponomics at Arora Club, Baranagar bazar (near Sithir more)

There is no Admission fees, you can come and check whats happening..if we are upt to the mark then you may join for MMA training with Taponomics

Monthly fees is 300/ month

You get the best MMA training available in Kolkata. When we say 'the best' MMA gym we are jsut not kidding with you.

It does not cost much to learn MMA with us, at least not from the financial point of view. You have to give your best every time you step in.

You get to meet new people in Taponomics MMA gym you get to meet people who share the same desire for MMA. YOu will know their personal style and how it affects their MMA.

You get chances to fight in national and international MMA events held in Kolkata or abroad.

You get to be Strong, real strong.

You learn moves that are from the traditional Martial Arts style but with a twist. You learn whats simple and whats best.

You learn how to fight.

You learn how to defend.

You learn to make your weakness tap.

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Monday, 27 May 2013

MMA gym vs a Multigym

So MMA gym vs a Multigym??
Who would win the war? Lets see..
Advantage of a Multigym
You get all types of machines to work on your muscles..
Various number of weights to work with.
Helps  to increase muscle strength, size, stamina.
Makes your body look great and fit.
Advantage of a MMA Gym
You get to train with human beings not irons who dont fight back.
You get real strong as when u r fighting, not only your body, your brain and soul gets into action too.
Functional strength & mental alertness increases.
You get a chance to be a superhuman.
Now the decession is yours..
If u have anything in mind, please share and we will update the post accordingly.

To get the best MMA training in kolkata please visit our branches for a free demo class.  If we are up to the mark, you may join us.

Train hard. Get strong.

Saturday, 11 May 2013

From Judo to BJJ (Brazillian Jiu-Jitsu)

Starting in the early twentieth century, mixed martial arts events were held in Brazil, referred to as vale tudo competitions. These events permitted all standing and ground techniques just like the ancient pancratium did. This competitive environment attracted the attention of some Brazilian judo schools, which began to adapt judo to this kind of “anything goes” event. Judo began in Japan in the late nineteenth century as a form of fullcontact grappling wearing garments that represent street wear, called judogis, in order to replicate real-world fi ghting conditions, which typically involved clothed individuals. 

Judo combined the fi ghting specialties of several very old fighting traditions into one all-inclusive grappling sport. Much like other forms of wrestling, and for the same combative reasons, judo aims to throw to the back, pin, or submit an opponent. The separate origins of the two major parts of judo are still visible today, as throwing and ground grappling are normally practiced distinctly from one another and are kept as two exclusive forms of sparring, known as standing randori and newaza randori, or more commonly simply as randori and newaza, respectively. In addition, the weapon self-defense and striking techniques are kept quite apart from these two major parts.The Brazilian stylists began to develop a fi ghting doctrine based on the vale tudo rules, where knocking the opponent out or making the opponent submit in a one-on-one fi ght is paramount. Thus, the throws and pins, which are dominant but not fi nal actions in and of themselves in a full-out fi ght, were reduced in value from match-enders to point-scorers. The real challenge became achieving the submission, while winning on points from the throws and pins was a secondary objective. The rules of judo were also altered to promote a strategy centered on gaining the submission by progressing through several positions toward maximum control of the opponent. Thus, the ideal progression is to take down the adversary with a throw; pass the guard; establish a side control such as a side mount, scarf hold, or knee on belly pin; and from there achieve full mount. From this pin the opponent can be punched at will, mercilessly, with both hands and submitted with a vast array of locks and chokes.
 

If the adversary turns over to his belly to escape the blows and submission attempts, one is then able to take his back by wrapping the heels tightly into the inner thigh area by the groin and snaking the arms around the neck for a choke hold. Taking the back in this way became a point-scoring move in these new rules. It is then possible to stretch the opponent’s body out by pressing in with the hips and pulling back with the arms and legs, making the opponent totally helpless to strangulation.
 


This Brazilian form of judo has become known as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) and is a unique example of a grappling art whose rules were designed expressly for the mixed martial arts arena. There are two subdivisions of the sport, one that continues to use the judogi, also called a kimono, as an approximation of street clothing better adapted for self-defense training purposes, and another more specifi c to mixed martial arts that is done without the judogi, often called submission grappling, no gi grappling, or just grappling. Since the gi has been proven a liability rather than a help in MMA combat, training without it
more directly prepares one for the kind of grappling situation to be expected in the mixed martial arts ring.



Adapted from MMA Unleasehd..!!

Trainers at Taponomics- NUUR MUHAMMAD BHUTIA


NORBU WANGDI BHUTIA A.K.A. NUUR MUHAMMAD BHUTIA GIVES MMA TRAINING AT TAPANOMICS, TOPSIA BRANCH (84, TOPSIA ROAD, KOLKATA-39 OPPOSITE TOPSIA FOOTBALL GROUND)



BORN IN 1977 AND STUDIED IN ALBANY HALL PUBLIC SCHOOL FROM WHERE HE DID HIS ICSE IN WHICH HE SCORED 81% IN 1994. IN HIS CHILDHOOD, HE SPENT HIS TIME PARTLY AT DARJEELING WHERE HIS FAMILY AND COUSIN STILL RECIDES. IT WAS IN DARJEELING HE LEARNT TO HORSE RIDING.HE ALSO TOOK PART IN TRADITIONAL ARCHERY.

Taponomics, MMA training


                                                       TRAINING AT EARLY AGE

            BEING INTERESTED IN MARTIAL ART AT A VERY EARLY AGE, HE RECEIVED HIS KARATE TRAINING AT YMCA-S.N. BANERJEE BRANCH KOLKATA. FROM THERE HE MOVED ON TO THAI MARTIAL ART AT PARK CIRCUS POLICE STAND. HE FOUGHT IN MANY EVENTS AND WAS ALSO CHOOSEN AS THE CAPTAIN IN SCHOOL TO REPRESENT MARTIAL ART.

                                                     
                                                              TURNING POINT


WHEN HE WENT TO TAIWAN (TAIPAI), 1995-2003, HE WAS INTRODUCED TO CHINESE MMA. IT WAS THERE THAT HE TRAINED INTENSIVELY ON HIS GROUND WORKS LIKE BJJ, JUDO AND WRESTLING. HE ALSO PRACTISED CHINESE BOXING UNDER DAVID PHANG.

  

                                                                    BACK TO INDIA


AFTER COMING BACK, HE TRIED TO INTRODUCE MMA TO FEW SELECTED PEOPLE AFTER MEETING SOUMEN MITRA AT ATMA SHAKTI BYAM SAMITY. THEY MADE A MMA CLUB AND NAMED IT TAPONOMICS. THIS WAS THE FIRST TIME MMA WAS PRACTISED IN THE STATE OF WEST BENGAL. HE ALSO FOUGHT MANY MMA FIGHTS BOTH IN TAIWAN AND INDIA. CURRENTLY CSA (COMBAT SPORTS ASSOCIATION) AND MMA BENGAL HOLDS HIM AS UNDISPUTED WELTER WEIGHT CHAMPION AND IS ALSO PROMOTING HIM TO FIGHT IN ONE-FC AT SINGAPORE. HE IS ALSO TRYING TO GET HIS BOOK ABOUT MMA “CROC OF THE GROUND”, PUBLISHED. HE ALSO ACTED AS A REFREE IN A MMA EVENT WHICH THE TEAM PROMOTED IN KOLKATA.