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I have no jiu-jitsu or martial arts experience, can I still start training?
Yes, of course! The classes are suitable for all levels from novice through to black-belt. We have a structured curriculum that will ensure that you develop the correct techniques and a sound understanding of jiu-jitsu as a martial art.
What should I bring to class?
As part of your sign up, you will be provided a Gi + belt, rash guard and shorts to wear for classes. Please remove jewelry, such as watches, rings and necklaces. Long hair must be tied back. We do not wear shoes on the mats. Bring a bottle of water for after training. Our facility does offer a water fountain.
Do I need a mouth-guard?
We encourage adults to wear mouth-guards to training.
Can I do private lessons if I don’t want to do group classes?
Private classes are the best way to develop your techniques 1 on 1 with an Instructor. They are suitable for students of all levels.
Do I have to compete?
No, you can progress through the jiu-jitsu grading system (belts) without ever competing. However, if you would like to compete, the BQuickJJ team will help you to prepare for competitions.
When is a good time to start training?
Jiu-jitsu is a martial art. We train all year round. There are no terms. Contact us now to setup a meet + greet with one of our Instructors.
Can kids do jiu-jitsu?
Yes, of course! BQuickJJ has an extensive training program for children and teens. We also actively compete in AGF and IBJJF competitions. Our curriculum features an appropriate level of contact for your child’s physical development and maturity so that they learn safely and effectively. Jiu-jitsu will help your child to develop discipline, respect, honor, leadership, coordination, strength, and self-confidence while making friends and having fun.

What about women?
Definitely! Jiu-Jitsu is designed for the smaller, weaker person to overcome a larger and stronger person. It is without a doubt the number one martial art that a woman could use in a sexual or physical assault situation. Ladies young and old are welcome to train, get in shape and learn self defense.

Our Students Like Us

We believe that the practice of Jiu-Jitsu is seen as a means to individual development and personal growth. Strength, self-awareness, confidence, respect, discipline and responsibility are common core values taught within our adult and kid’s programs.

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When you join BQuick Jiu-Jitsu, you are not only joining a gym. You join a community connected through the the Jiu-Jitsu lifestyle.