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BRAZILIAN JIU JITSU

Are you ready to take your life to the next level? If so Training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu at Team CRAVE is the answer. BJJ is a way of life, its not just about fighting in every class you will learn a life lesson. Training on the mats with Sensei Yaniv will help you relieve stress and learn how to deal with any fears or anxiety you might have. This program is just mind blowing with all the AWESOME benefits that you will get.

 

You will learn how to use leverage and defend yourself against any sized opponent. And learn how to immobilize an opponent who might be 50lbs heavier than you and control the fight. Furthermore Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is the #1 Martial Arts in the world which has been proven time after time for its effectiveness. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is the foundation of Mixed Martial Arts. 

 

Once you start training you will be amazed on what your body can do by applying  the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu system. You will become part of something huge a FAMILY a brother and sister hood of positive and Humble people. Jiu Jitsu is also known as "HUMAN CHESS" because it is the only Sport and Martial Art that is constantly evolving and its not about Strength you must be smart because every move needs to be calculated because there is always a counter attack.

 

At Team Crave you will become a CHAMPION on and off the Mats. Oss

 

 

                     

Benefits

  • Stress Relief
  • Get in shape
  • Discipline
  • Have Fun
  • Be Part of our Jiu Jitsu Family
  • Live the Jiu Jitsu lifestyle
  • Compete (optional)
  • #1 system for Ground Fighting
  • Main Discipline for Mixed Martial Arts - UFC

 

 

Womans Jiu Jitsu Seminar With Sensei Yaniv

 

 

                     

 

History of Jiu-Jitsu

  

Jiu-Jitsu, which means gentle art is the oldest form of martial art. It originated in India more than 2000 years before Christ. It was created by monks who could not use any type of weapons to defend their lives against barbarian attacks. It spread through China, and eventually took root and was elaborated on in Japan becoming the first martial art style. The samurai clans in Japan adopted Jiu-Jitsu as their own traditional style to defeat an opponent regardless if the situation was striking, throwing or grappling. With the passing years, they split the techniques and developed other martial arts styles, such as judo, akido, karate, etc.

 

In 1914, Japanese Jiu-Jitsu champion Esai Maeda migrated to Brazil, where he was instrumental in establishing a Japanese immigrant community. His efforts were aided by Gastão Gracie, a Brazilian scholar and politician of Scottish descent. As an expression of his gratitude for Gracie's assistance, Maeda taught the Brazilian's oldest son Carlos the essential secrets of the ancient martial arts technique. Carlos taught Maeda's techniques to his four brothers, and in 1925 they opened the first Jiu-Jitsu academy in Brazil. For the Gracie brothers, teaching the art was more than an occupation. It was their passion.

 

One of the brothers, Helio Gracie, paid special interest to the use of the techniques. Helio being of small frame, light in weight (only 135 pounds), and in frail health, was 16 when he began learning Jiu-Jitsu. Being unable to participate in classes, he would sit and watch his older brother teach every day. One day when Carlos was unable to make it to class, Helio was asked to instruct. Because of his size and stature, he began to work with and adapt the basic rules of Jiu-Jitsu. He introduced the application of leverage to the art, making it possible for a smaller opponent to defeat a larger one. He began experimenting, modifying and enhancing the basic techniques to make them effective for a person regardless of his or her stature.Thus began the development of a new and more effective art - Gracie Jiu-Jitsu.

 

Helio's skills eventually enabled him to beat some of the world's greatest fighters. Helio's feats include the longest fight in recorded history - 3 hours and 45 minutes, nonstop - and the historic match against Masahiko Kimura, who was probably the greatest fighter Japan ever produced. Now in his 90's, Helio Gracie still teaches and is widely recognized as a living legend.

 

Helio's quest became today's Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, a martial art that is continuously evolving as a result of input from practitioners throughout the world. Much has been learned since the beginning when the Gracies began developing the sport.

 

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