Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is one of many training programs at Champions. The premise of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is that a smaller, weaker person can defeat a stronger and larger opponent through leverage and proper technique.Champions 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, submissions, and drills to help with your technique. Once in proper position, many different types of submissions can be applied such as: armbars, chokes, and leglocks. Some of the primary positions include, but not limited to are:
Guard: The person applying the guard is on the bottom with his back on the ground; his legs are wrapped around his opponent’s hips . · Side control: Chest-on-chest but without the legs being entangled.
Mount: On top of the opponent, sitting on the chest, with a leg on either side of his torso.
Back mount: Behind his opponent, with his feet hooked around his opponent’s hips and upper thighs. Specific techniques taught are designed either to improve one’s positioning or submit the other individual. Most submissions are either chokes or arm locks.
Champions have a program for those just starting out, including one on one attention in a group class from our ourinstructors.
Learn Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu from the best mma team around.Our instructors Chase Horton and Josh Barnett have done an amazing job.