Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is primarily a ground-fighting art where all practioner's train in and wear a gi or "kimono". This is similar to what is worn in Judo. Submissions Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu program also has a structured belt grading system for all classes (kids too)! Most techniques involve the students on the mat, with a heavy emphasis on positional strategy, live rolling, and drills to help with your submissions and techniques. Once in proper position, many different types of submissions can be applied such as: armbars, wristlocks, chokes, and leglocks.
Submissions Adult BJJ Program focuses on the learning and application of the basic Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu techniques. Both male and female students will learn the fundamental skills and strategies of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, including a variety of submissions and escapes. These classes will focus on proper techniques from the standing position covering basic throws and Jiu-Jitsu take-downs, including ground work.
Top performing fighters and individuals follow a common set of principles that sustain their success.
For the advanced students the focus of their training is geared towards combining basic and complex techniques into a comprehensive competitive strategy.