If your schedule allows time for your child to participate in a sport, we highly recommend signing them up for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) has become one of the fastest growing form of martial arts in the United States. It focuses on grappling and ground fighting. It also promotes the concept that
Here is a small list of tips and recommendations for the beginner student, aimed to help them make the most out of classes, stay injury free, and stick with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for the long run. 1. Be a good drilling partner. Allow your partner to learn the mechanics and timing of the technique, help them,
Jiu-Jitsu training offers a unique blend of both mental and physical exertion. As a sport, BJJ is easily one of a kind! No wonder children of all ages love the sport once they’re exposed to it. The sport has benefited immensely from the involvement of children. they get integrated into the art at a young
If you’re serious about improving your skills as a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) practitioner, there are a few basic movements that you need to master. These movements represent the core of BJJ training, and they are an essential part of many of the techniques you will be learning over the years. Without further ado, let’s take
Top 3 Differences Between Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Karate Parents tell us all the time that they tried out a traditional martial art such as Karate before finding our Jiu Jitsu classes for their child. I just wanted to take a few minutes and explain some key differences between our Jiu Jitsu program and a traditional
If you’re looking to improve your life for the next 365 days and beyond, you could make a few vague resolutions that you may or may not stick to… or you could sign up for Jiu-Jitsu classes and accomplish all of your New Year’s goals every time you show up to train. If you’ve been
What is Brazilian Jiu Jitsu? Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a martial art and combat sport system that focuses on grappling with particular emphasis on ground fighting. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu was formed from Kodokan Judo ground fighting (newaza) fundamentals that were taught by a number of Japanese individuals including Takeo Iano, Mitsuyo Maeda, Soshihiro Satake, and Isao Okano.