Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

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Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) was founded and developed by the Gracie Family. Its roots are derived from several sources, including pre-war Kodokan Judo and western wrestling. An aim of BJJ is to bring an opponent to the ground and then use grappling techniques to cause a submission. It is an excellent form of self-defense, and is used in MMA and Vale Tudo competitions, such as UFC and the now defunct Pride FC.


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Practices are held on:

Wednesdays - 7-9pm (Linsey MPR #3)

 

Contacts

Jose Miguel Bautista

President

jmgb@brandeis.edu 

   

Dave Ginsberg

Coach

jiujitsudave@mac.com

     

Mike Mena

 Asst. Coach

michael.mena@gmail.com