Great results after our first competition entry as a club at the Bournemouth BJJ Open recently! After lots of work and dedicated preparation, Out of 3 Guys who train Jiu Jitsu with us in Portsmouth competing, 2 won gold medals!
Krystian Dortan and Jimmy Alderson both won their matches within the first few minutes via submission! Well done to Continue reading →
We have just released a great current special offer for you to Train All Of December And any remaining November sessions for just £25!!! When You Join up as a monthly member Before December 1st 2017! + Get A Free 1HR Private Lesson! Continue reading →
In Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu the results of training are hard won and happen over time not immediately, so people used to the modern culture of easy, effort free, instant gratification easily lose interest. BJJ is hard work and requires demanding training before progress can actually be made. This is one of the reason’s behind the high turnover rate in the sport, I’ve lost count of the number of people who have come and gone from the classes I have attended over the years. Probably enticed by watching MMA and deciding they want the ability they see displayed by the fighters then quickly give up when they are not immediately beating everyone in sight.