Toronto, Canada area – Seminar Sept 27th at Fitness Kickboxing Canada

9/27 - Fitness Kickboxing Canada

9/27 – Fitness Kickboxing Canada

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What is TRUE SUCCESS to you?

I wanted to take a few moments and define what TRUE SUCCESS means to me, and it is my hope that some of the points I make will hit home and if not at least get you to understand yourself a little better. The definition of Success varies from each persons point of view and there are different levels of Success, in My eyes “True Success” is an Inward-Outward approach, please let me explain:

My definition of TRUE SUCCESS is living a life of purpose while navigating with a moral compass and beliefs based on principals. Living a life of purpose can mean many things such as doing what your passionate about, inspiring people, or dedicating your life to something bigger then you. A “moral” compass is having a set of values (dedication, integrity, honesty, discipline, etc) that steer you in life and help you make daily decisions. “Principles” in my book are boundry lines of life, whether you choose to follow them or not is on you because life will continue to hand you experiences based off your choices towards those principles.

Let me give you and example: “What goes around comes around” was a saying that I have heard since I was a kid, it took many years for me to actually believe/respect that saying. If you spend your days lying, cheating, and stealing that is what the world/universe is going to give you in return. If you spend your days with honesty, compassion and excitement then that is what the world will give you in return, LIFE doesn’t care either way its up to you to decide what outcome you want.

In my profession I have paid a high price to get where I’m at in the UFC, 13 years of training and competing to be exact. There is nothing wrong with being “Successful” in your chosen field, its the way you do it that counts. I figured out long ago that if I wanted to be a UFC champion one day that it would take countless hours of pain, sweat, sacrifice and blood to get there. The feeling of stepping into the cage and competing is the best experience in the world because its MY passion, the training that I’ve done aligns with my moral compass (Great work ethic, discipline, honestly, dedication, etc.) and I know I’ve respected lifes principles (ex. not cutting corners, no lying to myself, putting the right kind of work in and expecting the results that naturally follow).

Now a days too many people rely on “Society” to tell them if they are successful or not. Example=What kind of Car they drive, how many friends they have, how much money in their bank account, how good looking they are, how they look, how they talk, etc. That to me is an Outward-Inward approach.

Now don’t get me wrong there is nothing wrong with having money, lots of friends, a nice car, etc BUT its the reason why you choose to have those things in YOUR life. If you earn nice things like that in your life from a place of purpose, morals, and principals then there is nothing to be ashamed of, on the opposite side: if you have those things in your life because you are trying to please society then you will never feel true “Success” in my eyes.

Life is short and we are all truly on our own paths with our own purpose, every now and then don’t forget to stop and look inside of yourself and understand why your doing whatever it is that you do. - Myles “Fury” Jury

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Partnership with MUS HD, The Diamond Jewelry Brand that Creates a HD Lifestyle



MUS HD would like to announce they have signed a brand ambassador to join the Diamond Jewelry Brand that Creates a HD LIfestyle. This is none other than UFC’s Myles “Fury” Jury.

Myles Jury is a great addition to the MUS HD as they are very particular on who they select to represents their brand. With Myles Jury being top 10 ranked fighter in the lightweight division and perfect MMA record of 14-0, 5-0 in the UFC, sky is truly the limit. Myles is one of the UFC’s fastest rising stars.

After recently beating Diego Sanchez, Myles was slated to fight (The Ultimate Fighter) TUF season 5 winner Nate Diaz, which Nate had declined the bout with Myles. Now Myles next bout will be against one of the biggest legends in the sport of MMA, Japanese Fighter, Takanori Gomi. This fight will take place on 9/20/14 at UFC Fight Night in Japan.

Aside from being undefeated in MMA, Myles Jury is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt and founder of Jury Jiu Jitsu (, an MMA system designed by his evolving new era style.

MUS is very proud and honored to have such an athlete of Myles calibre as he is the future of the UFC and sport in general.

Having Myles as a brand ambassador showcasing the custom made diamond products made by MUS will market the brand in a major way as this will generate strong based for the MMA world. With this new partnership the MUS Brand & Myles “Fury” Jury’s team will be a huge game changer for MMA. Also, this will personify and embrace the MUS HD Lifestyle.

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Myles Jury set to take on Legendary Takanormi Gomi

Jury vs Gomi

Jury vs Gomi

It appears Nate Diaz is standing firm and won’t be accepting the challenge to face Myles Jury in a lightweight bout later this year, as Diaz turned the fight down with Jury, but the upstart contender has drawn the name of a legend instead.

Former PRIDE champion Takanori Gomi will face Jury at the upcoming UFC Fight Night card in Japan on September 20 in a bout that will likely serve as the co-main event of the evening.  Sources close to the contest confirmed the new bout to FOX Sports with verbal agreements in place for the matchup.

With a perfect 14-0 record, Jury has been making a fast rise up the lightweight rankings with recent wins over names such as Michael Johnson, Ramsey Nijem and Diego Sanchez. The San Diego based fighter was offered Diaz a week or so ago, but the wayward Ultimate Fighter winner turned down the fight in favor of holding out for a more lucrative contract.

Now Jury will travel to Japan to face one of the lightweight division’s biggest icons.

Takanori Gomi (35-9, 1 NC) was considered for several years to be the best fighter in the weight class while he was wrecking fighters in PRIDE while competing in Japan.  He was a prolific knockout artist, who was always one punch away from separating his opponents from consciousness.

Gomi has recently gone 3-1 over his last four fights with the lone loss coming a very controversial decision to Diego Sanchez in 2013, that Gomi clearly won.  Now Gomi will go home again for his next fight as he faces Jury in a featured bout on the upcoming UFC Fight Night card in Japan.

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If you complete all four steps, you won! This contest is only good until June 26th, so lets get on this and please help promote the #FuelYourBetter campaign and @VegaTeam as much as possible. They’re all plant based nutrition and best products to put in your body to make you better and healthier!

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UFC Ultimate Insider with Myles “Fury” Jury

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Myles Jury Believes He Can Cancel Out Anthony Pettis’ Strengths

By: Buster Evans

Myles Jury picked up the biggest win of his career in March defeating Diego Sanchez by unanimous decision after shutting down “The Nightmare” for three straight rounds.

I caught up with “The Fury” recently and he said it has been a lot of pressure being undefeated and having to face big names like Sanchez. Jury revealed he had to be on top of his game against the TUF season 1 winner :

“Fighting Diego is crazy to think about because he is a machine that doesn’t stop, cant be finished and does a great job at breaking fighters regardless of how the fight is going. I really had to stick to a certain style and game plan to beat someone like Diego.

I had to use every tool I have and be the smartest I’ve ever been,” Jury explained. “It was 15 minutes and even though I feel I won every bit of it dominance, I had to be on top of my game for every second or everything could have easily changed.”

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Top UFC Contender Myles Jury Talks Visualization, Mastery & Importance of Emotion Management

“Keep trying without being scared to fail, and the sky is the limit.”

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By Nick West

Ever wonder what it’s like to fight at the highest levels of the top Mixed Martial Arts Organization, the UFC? As a jiu jitsu and muay thai kickboxing hobbyist, I can tell you personally that one 3 minute round of “sparring” (practice fighting) is the equivalent of sprinting a few hundred yards while someone unpredictably attempts to punch, kick, and take you down to the ground. Simultaneously, you’re forced to adjust speed, overall strategy, and keep a mental clock on your cardio levels so you don’t gas out, thus dangerously exposing your every vulnerability. And that’s just one round of practice.

Multiply that one round by a ridiculously high number (10,000 is Malcolm Gladwell’s key point for mastery, so let’s start there), add in years of living at the poverty level as you move up the ranks through amateur leagues, picking off opponents, winning, losing, and constantly improving, both physically and mentally.  When you finally reach the UFC level of talent, you’re then surrounded by a bunch of success hungry, physically-gifted and mentally tough killers.  All-American college wrestlers, olympic judo medalists, Brazilian jiu jitsu world champions. Such accolades are near pre-requisites when your’e at the top-level of the mixed martial arts world these days.

Myles Jury is no exception.  Having began his professional career in a local Michigan MMA promotional league, he amassed an initial pro record of 9 and 0. Since then, he’s earned his Jiu Jitsu black belt, created his own unique system of mixed martial arts (Jury Jiu Jitsu), and made it to the UFC after two appearances in the training ground/reality show The Ultimate Fighter. He’s now undefeated in the UFC with 5 wins, 14-0 overall, most notably picking apart well-known contenders, Michael Johnson, and most recently Diego Sanchez.   Jury is also an outspoken proponent of perpetual self improvement, describing Jury Jiu Jitsu as promoting “individual growth of the body, mind and soul through dedication, perseverance, respect, loyalty, faith and gratefulness.”

Having found this out, I had no choice but to annoy his manager, and finally found some time during Jury’s crazy training schedule for his fight next month against Abel Trujillo for a lengthy, (very lightly edited) interview.  Now, enjoy:

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