Some schools will focus only on the ground, mainly focusing on Jiu-Jitsu for competitions. We teach all facets of Jiu-Jitsu including defense against punches, kicks, and ground fighting. You will learn how to deal with an aggressive individual from beginning to end — diffusing the situation, keeping yourself safe, and controlling your opponent.
The additional confidence you gain from knowing you can defend yourself is also one of the most empowering feeling you can have. Our members experience this confidence carry into every aspect of their lives, from family and friends to work.
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- Keep your body and uniform clean. Nobody wants to be the smelly kid in class.
- Respect everyone. The instructors are your friends, but you must still maintain good conduct. Show respect to get respect.
- Check your ego at the door. Your ego is you worst enemy when learning something new, so have fun and laugh at yourself when you make a mistake.
- Keep it safe when you train. Make sure to focus on your technique, that is the only way you’ll improve.
- Be on time for class. If you’re late please ask the instructor for permission before you enter class.
- Please let the instructor know if you need to leave class early.
- Always bow or shake hands before rolling. This shows respect to your training partner, and the tradition of BJJ.
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The children’s belt progression is
As you progress and grow your Jiu-Jitsu game you will also be awarded stripes or degrees on each belt. These are a great way to track smaller steps in you Jiu-Jitsu development.
Instead of learning moves through katas or prearranged sets of movements carried out on a cooperative training partner, they will learn how to apply grappling techniques on a resisting training partner who’s counteracting with his own moves. Not only does this prepare them for real-world situations, it will build the required self-confidence to walk away from any physical encounter.