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Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Street Combat

The Last Place You Want To Be In a Fight Is On The Ground!!

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Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Street Combat


The last place you want to be in a real fight is on the ground!


Face it, 99% of those students that take Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu classes will never compete in a tournament and take the classes for self-defense, yet the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu techniques learned are not applicable for a real street confrontation and are designed for competitions such as trying to attain a submission of your opponent, a tap out, get your trophy, etc. There is no tapping out in the street and no trophies.  Your life is your most prized possession to keep. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu techniques place the body in vulnerable positions that are easy for even an untrained attacker to neutralize you immediately as you attempt to utilize your Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu techniques.


Our Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Belt System is specifically for street combat. We utilize Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu that has been modified and pressure tested to be more effective for street self-defense with the goal to get to your feet as quickly as possible to escape or fight from the standing position. The last place you want to be in a fight is on the ground. On the ground makes you vulnerable for multiple attackers, weapon attacks, strength tactics, etc. World-renowned martial arts experts, original Dog Brother member and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu champion tactics and techniques formed this curriculum. The curriculums goal is to get you quickly out of a vulnerable ground position to a superior ground position or standing position to be able to fight to save your life, not win a tournament.


This Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu curriculum will get you to a safe position on the ground from multiple positions you find yourself such as the open guard, closed guard, mount, side flat position, side position upward and downward, north/south, etc. Learn proper hand, elbow, knee and kicks from the ground and escape a terrible attack.


If you want to take Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu to compete in a tournament then our classes are not for you due to what you are learning is in no way allowed in tournament competitions. If you want to take Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for Self-Defense and save your life from a vulnerable position then these classes are your best choice. In addition, you will also learn authentic techniques from other arts I am certified to teach in such as Muay Thai, Filipino Ground Fighting, MMA, etc.


Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is Kodokan Judo (Jiu-Do)


Carlos Gracie learned Kodokan Judo from Japanese Judo Master Mitsuyo Maeda while Maeda was traveling to Brazil. Gracie once said if he knew what he was learning was Judo, he would have called what he was teaching Brazilian Judo. Mitsuyo Maeda learned his art from the founder of Kodokan Judo, Jigoro Kano. Jigoro Kano combined some jiu-jitsu arts and created Kodokan Judo. The terms Jiu-Jitsu and Judo were used to describe the same art until the term Judo became more popular as the art grew in Japan eventually becoming an olympic sport. Gracie being a small person was not able to perform effectively many of the Judo techniques such as throws, sweeps, etc. Due to this he concentrated more on the ground techniques of the art and began to call what he was teaching Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Street Combat: About
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