Kids & Adults
According to Britannica, “Submission Grappling is a form of competition and a general term for martial arts and combat sports that focus on clinch and ground fighting with the aim of obtaining a submission through the use of submission holds.” The term “submission wrestling” usually refers only to the form of competition and training that does not use a gi.
Kids & Adults Submission Grappling
Jiu-Jitsu has gained a lot of attention in recent years, and it’s pretty obvious why. This discipline stands apart from other Martial Arts due to its focus on grappling, rather than the kicking and punching that characterize disciplines such as Karate and Taekwondo. Jiu-Jitsu is known to improve fitness levels, prepare its practitioners for situations requiring self-defense, and relieve stress.
While many Martial Art disciplines incorporate grappling here and there, when it comes to Jiu-Jitsu, grappling is at the core of all of your training. Not familiar with grappling? Here’s what you need to know – instead of utilizing weapons or striking, grappling is all about getting your opponent to concede through physical dominance. The rules and techniques of grappling vary depending on whether one is practicing Gi or No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu, as well as whether it’s being done in a sport or self-defense style. When grappling in Jiu-Jitsu, you’ll spend the majority of your time fighting from the ground and will likely utilize many different types of chokes.
Made for the real world, Jiu-Jitsu is a form of self-defense that every person should master. Jiu-Jitsu focuses on ground-level altercations – utilizing holds, throws, blows, and a variety of submission techniques. This makes Jiu-Jitsu ideal when learning how to take on an opponent who may be larger than you, without necessarily having to hurt them.
When you think of working out, you probably think of running on the treadmill or lifting weights at the gym, right? Well, it’s time to expand your perspective. Jiu-Jitsu is one of the best ways to get in shape…and it’s way more fun than anything you’ll find in the gym. Physically, Jiu-Jitsu has been shown to help athletes lose weight, tone their muscles, gain newfound strengths, and sharpen their reflexes. Mentally and emotionally, it boasts benefits in mental health, reduced stress levels, increased self-confidence, and a feeling of empowerment.