Brazilian jiu-jitsu, also known in its country of origin as the Kano jiu-jitsu and the “jujutsu” is a mixed combative, full-contact style…
Its origin lie within the mixing of the ancient Japanese fighting technique called Judo and some other Oriental fighting styles and fighting philosophies.
The main idea that a jiu-jitsu teaches is that no matter how small you are or how much bigger and stronger your adversary is – with the usage of a proper technique and with an option of taking the fight down to the ground, anyone can ultimately win!
Grappling, ground fighting, chokeholds, and joint-locks compose a basis for this fighting technique, that uses specific tricks to work around a stronger fight opponent.
Also, jujutsu has always been known not just as a sport and exercising system, but also as a Japanese “Do” concept – which means a “lifestyle”…
This martial arts class focuses on the following methods and positions:
- Ground fighting
BRAZILIAN JIU-JITSU CLASS COACH
Nick Castiglia has been training in the martial arts since he was ten years old, beginning first with traditional Jiu-Jitsu before moving on to Okinawan Goju-Ryu Karate, where he received his first degree Black belt from Sensei Mike Sywyk.
He also had the opportunity to compete with Team Canada in Japan and the United States. While in Japan, he was able to train extensively with the Okinawan Masters at the Jundokan.
Reasons that make people sign up for a martial arts class can vary
Maybe you want to learn a few self-defense tricks, get fit or just get out of the house?