Jiu Jitsu

Requirements: Kimono with White Belt, Rash Guard, Grappling Shorts, Mouthpiece, Groin Protection

Welcome to the Syndicate Jiu Jitsu program where you will learn to adapt leverage and technique in order to take out bigger, stronger opponents! Learn everything from proper base, wrestling, escaping compromising positions and effectively neutralizing an opponent from Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belts Tom Lawlor (UFC Veteran) and Casey Milliken.

There are two types of Jiu Jitsu classes but only one difference. Traditional Brazilian Jiu Jitsu requires a Kimono and belt whereas Grappling requires shorts and a rash guard (or t shirt). Both classes are instrumental in creating a well-rounded Jiu Jitsu athlete!

There are two levels of Jiu Jitsu classes, Fundamentals and All-Levels. Everything that a student needs to know by the time they are a blue belt is taught in the fundamentals class. This includes basic submissions, escapes, wrestling and positional control! Although white belts are welcome and encouraged to attend the All-Levels class, the instructor will assume the student knows the basics.

Keeping in line with the concept of providing a structured graduation program, we have developed a class curriculum that holds the student responsible for certain techniques which they are tested over in order to advance to the next rank. This is to ensure the student will set short-term goals on their long journey toward black belt, discouraging them from getting frustrated along the way. Copies of these curriculums are available on the attendance card table in the gym.

For those who wish to test their training, the coaches lead an elite competition team that travels far and wide to compete against other academies for glory on the mats! If you are interested in competition, please speak with Coach Mike or Coach Tom to learn more.