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Class Times: TuTh 7-8:30 p.m. Location: Courtney Ironworks Fitness Center
Also known as "The Gentle Art",
BJJ is a grappling martial art that allows an individual to successfully defend
themselves and prevail against a bigger and stronger opponent through the use
of leverage-based techniques. These techniques include take-downs, joint locks,
and strangle holds. The general aim of a BJJ practitioner is to take an
opponent to the ground, establish a dominant position of control, and then
force the opponent to concede by applying a joint lock or strangle hold. BJJ is unique among martial arts in that it
allows an opponent to be soundly defeated without causing injury.
Ages: 15 years and older Fee: $90/month
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