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Looking for a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Gym In Port St Lucie?

Looking for a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Gym In Port St Lucie?

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a very popular self-defense technique and sport, this is why many gyms across the United States offer it. Mixed martial arts competitions had something to do with it but people have realized that this is also very effective in street fight scenarios. Now, if you wish to learn more about it, you must find a gym.

You should know though that not all Brazilian Jiu Jitsu gym are created the same. One will always be different than another. In South America the country Brazil, for instance, there are 4 fighting schools of this martial art and this could be traced either from Carlos Gracie or Mitsuyo Maeda.

So go out and visit a club, don’t be afraid to ask questions. They should be able to answer everything, like tell you how long has their gym been in operation and what organizations are they affiliated with. You should also want to ask who the instructor, and ask to see credible certificates of the instructors rank to verify legitimacy and ask what the student to teacher ratio is.

If you want to give it a try right away, go ahead since your first session is usually free. Make sure to get there on time and a T-shirt and pants for your first session is fine. If you do decide to continue training with this gym you’ll have to buy the official BJJ uniform known as the Gi.

The Gi often costs less than $100. Maintain it clean at all times and if there is a tear, you have to go out and buy a new one.

Enrolling in any Brazilian Jiu Jitsu establishment is not free so you will be billed usually monthly. So while you’re at the gym, Don’t forget to ask how much do classes cost. Some instructors will shot you straight and not beat around the bush. Others, on the other hand, will try to avoid that question and maybe even tell you to avail of the free trial so don’t be fooled by it because it is very important to get this information right there and then.

It would also be wise to ask if there is a contract. If there is no contract, that will make it a lot easier for you to cancel it at any time if you ever get unsatisfied with their program.

After talking to the instructor, find some time to talk to the students because their input is also important. 

The gym you may begin training in has a lot of students and in all different age groups. If you are an adult, have it sorted out not to be placed in a class that has kids but rather with those close to your age group.

Now that you have gone around your neighborhood looking for your new Brazilian Jiu Jitsu gym, list at least three gyms and then decide from there which one you want to go to enroll in.

 If you had martial arts experience in the past, the instructor will first examine your skills in your previous discipline before deciding whether you can skip the beginner’s belt or white belt. The chances of this occurring are higher if you know judo or aikido rather than karate or tae kwon do.

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