Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a hot topic in the world of martial arts. If you’ve ever practiced it, you probably understand the hype! BJJ provides athletes with benefits that go far beyond the gym, such as increased physical fitness, weight loss, higher energy, and better productivity. But there’s one life skill that really sets BJJ apart from other forms of martial arts – its self defense training. Self defense is a skill that every person should have under their belt and, lucky for you, Jiu Jitsu is one of the best types of self defense that money can buy. Read about all of the awesome programs we offer!Contact
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BJJ is becoming a popular choice for many parents getting their children involved in martial arts because the system is completely based on leverage, positional dominance, and submissions (rather than kicking and punching). Our goal is to empower kids and teach them self-defense so they do not have to use it.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is one of the fastest growing sports in the world. It is also a well tested form of self defense for anyone of any size, age or fitness level. BJJ will teach you about mental strength and fortitude, alongside of developing strength and conditioning. StrongHold Athletics provides a positive, community-focused environment with a drive for overall self-improvement.
If you are looking to push yourself to the next level in your training? Then a 1 on 1 session is for you. we can breakdown your individual goal and start you in the right direction.
If you want to compete our competition classes are fast pace and intense to help prepare you for your up coming event.
Eskrima is a beautiful martial art that originated in the Philippines. It has a very long history of combat application and is a national sport taught in many parts of the Philippines today. What makes Eskrima different from other well known martial arts, is that the students start training with weapons along with empty-hands from the beginning. The idea behind this philosophy allows for flexibility of application depending on the situation. In most cases the concepts one learns with weaponry can be translated into empty-hand techniques. Because of this interrelationship between weapons philosophy and empty-hand skills, Eskrima is widely recognized for its extreme practicality and effectiveness.