No Gi Fundamentals I
New students will begin with this accessible yet comprehensive class. Designed for beginners, this class will teach techniques from all the main positions in Jiu Jitsu to give students a better feel and understanding for the sport. Each class will begin with a warm up to get heart rates up and prepare the body for Jiu Jitsu movements. No Gi Fundamentals I classes are 50 minutes long and do not involve sparring. After participating in 14 classes, students can graduate into our Fundamentals II and Gi Basics classes. This class is open to all belt levels interested in honing their Jiu Jitsu skills in a technique centered environment.
Gi Basics Class and No Gi Fundamentals II
These class focus on the learning and application of basic Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu techniques. Students will learn the fundamental skills and strategies of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, including a variety of submissions and escapes. This class will focus on proper techniques from the standing position covering basic throws and Jiu-Jitsu take-downs, as well as BJJ’s signature ground techniques. This class is effective for beginners as well as advanced students looking to perfect basic Jiu-Jitsu techniques. These classes include specific training and sparring and are open to all colored belts and white belts with at least 14 classes of experience.
The Advanced class is designed for more experienced Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu students who would like to progress their Jiu-Jitsu to another level. The focus of this class is learning how to combine basic and complex techniques into a comprehensive strategy. The Advanced Class is guaranteed to advance your Jiu-Jitsu to the next level and enhance the Jiu-Jitsu experience.
Marathon Roll on Friday nights is a test of endurance and an opportunity to get hard training in before the weekend. From 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm we do 10 5-minute rounds of sparring, alternating each week between gi and no gi. Marathon Roll is free and open to visitors from all academies and affiliations. All you need to six months of jiu jitsu experience and the readiness to train hard. Attendees to marathon roll must do all 10 rounds. Please arrive on time and ready to train. There is no instruction during this time.
Open mat is a time for free training. This is a great opportunity to drill the techniques you have learned during the week and get some extra rounds. There is no instruction during this time. All levels are welcome at open mat. We recommend planning with a friend and making regular drilling a regular habit. Open mat can be gi or no gi, but we suggest bringing both to maximize your productivity and training options.