Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a martial art that involves the utilization of the entire body. It incorporates positions, escapes and submissions. Practitioners of BJJ will learn the strength in leverage and how it can be used against opponents of a larger stature.
Gi Brazilian Jiu-jitsu generally refers to the more traditional form of BJJ which practitioners wear a kimono or uniform. The kimono is referred to as a Gi and in BJJ the GI can be used as an advantage if certain techniques are employed correctly.
No-Gi is often called Submission grappling, and shares a likeness to Gi Brazilian Jiu Jitsu; the primary difference is the lack of the kimono. No Gi tends to be a faster paced martial art which can be a great segue for wrestlers looking to transition into Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
Learning the basics, understanding positions, escapes and submissions.
Utilizing techniques in live rolling, intermediate techniques
Advanced understanding of positions, submissions and escapes
Veteran submission artists with understanding of advanced understanding of positions, submissions and escapes.
Mastery of techniques, obtaining the title of Professor