New Breed Training Center

Adult Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) is a martial art that focuses on grappling and ground fighting as self-defense. Jiu-Jitsu has recently become more popular and is noted to be one of the fastest-growing MMA sports in the United States. The concept of BJJ is that smaller people who are not as strong can defend themselves against a larger, stronger opponent. Through the use of skillful leveraging techniques and effective groundwork, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu martial artists are able to manipulate, subdue, and control their opponent.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Classes

Fundamentals 1

These classes are designed to welcome you to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. The class introduces you to the basic positions found in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and emphasizes how to control and execute submissions and escapes from each position. Whether you are brand new, or would just like a refresher on some positional details, this class will provide you with those concepts. Every class is started with a basic warm-up to help you to learn how to move your body such that it can perform more advanced complex movements in the future. There is no sparring (positional or free) in this class.

Fundamentals 2

A more “movement-based” class, the focus of Fundamentals 2 is to teach movement and transitions across all positions. You will continue to refine technique and build “muscle-memory” while learning additional concepts through drilling and positional sparring. Sparring can be a part of each class. While we recommend at least 3-months of training prior to taking this class, Fundamentals 1 attendees can also take advantage of these classes to supplement their training and increase their development.

Advanced Brazilian Jiu-jitsu

Provides an in-depth look and introduction to more complicated positions that are offered in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Some of the concepts introduced in this class will be sequential flows and combination attacks from various positions. There is an emphasis on drills and sparring that will allow each participant to train in their own independent way. Sparring is a part of each class and is used to increase the students’ offensive, defensive, and conceptual aptitude.

Competition Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

In this class, you will learn Advanced Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with an emphasis on teaching techniques, concepts, and strategies on how to succeed in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu/ grappling competitions. In this class, you will solidify your ability to attack in combinations and begin to learn how to control matches strategically as well as with your skill. We recommend that attendees have at least six months of experience or general knowledge of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fundamentals. Drills and sparring are a part of each class and are designed to challenge each participant both physically as well as strategically.

Mixed Level Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

We understand the need to provide classes that can accommodate members of all skill levels based on their availability, which is why we provide some classes that can cater to all skill levels. Each class is taught with the concept of taking a fundamental concept and stretching it out into a more advanced combination of attacks and positions. These classes may be intimidating at first, based on the potential attendees of each class, but with our training environment, we have been able to develop skills quickly for countless individuals. Sparring, whether positional or free, is a part of each class based on the member’s skill level.

No-Gi Mixed Level Classes

Mixed level classes without the use of a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu uniform (gi). Because of a lack of “handles,” an emphasis on movement and control is taught. Techniques, that may be prioritized due to the lack of a uniform will be explored and drilled consistently. Sparring, whether positional or free, is a part of each class based on the member’s skill level.


Open Mat

Open Mat is a non-instructional “class” in which each attendee can independently explore Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu concepts and techniques, drill, or spar with other attendees.

Open Mat is open to the public although participation is limited to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (gi or no-gi) drilling/ sparring. Visitors are encouraged to interact and train with our members. Please note that proper Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu attire is required (gi or no-gi) and we reserve the right to limit participation as needed.

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