Ju Jitsu exercises the whole body and improves cardiovascular health too!
Our training sessions are an hour long which is an opportunity to introduce more physical activity into your kids lives.
Sessions are structured in way to help improve their overall fitness: strength, power, flexibility and cardiovascular endurance.
Ju Jitsu helps take your kids out of their comfort zone which develops confidence that they may take to other areas of their lives.
Being good at a physical skill is something your kids may take pride in. The belt system gives them a way to track their progress with a sense of achievement.
Bullying is a problem which is rampant in schools. Ju Jitsu gives your kids the skills they need to de-escalate and defend themselves from bullies.
Ju Jitsu requires dedication. Practicing the discipline to keep training is important as it helps keep your kids on the path to their next belt.
The discipline learned from Ju Jitsu can translate to other areas of their lives. This prepares them to adopt more responsibilities.
Ju Jitsu is opportunity to socialise in a safe but challenging environment. Everyone is working towards a goal as an individual, while cooperating with others to get there. This can create lasting friendships between students.
Our members range from 4 to 74 years old. Ju Jitsu is a martial art which you can practice at almost any stage of your life. Our oldest black belt achieved his black belt at 73.
We would encourage our younger students to train away from their parents. This helps them develop their social skills and interact with other children in the club.
No, students wear sportswear for the first few sessions. Gis can be purchased upon registration directly from SSJJKA.
Ju Jitsu is suitable for all levels of fitness. Training sessions are designed to help improve your fitness and to cater to all abilities.
Gradings are typically every three months to assess the students' progress, to see whether they are ready to move up to the next belt.
Ju Jitsu was developed in the Japanese feudal ages. Modern BJJ focuses more on a sporting aspect whereas Ju Jitsu develops one’s ability to defend themselves.
Derived sport forms include the Olympic sport and martial art of judo, which was developed by Kanō Jigorō in the late 19th century from several traditional styles of Ju Jitsu, and Brazilian jiu-jitsu, which was derived from earlier (pre–World War II) versions of Kodokan judo.
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