Jiu-Jitsu Academy in Vista. Open now at Global Martial Arts!
There are classes every Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 7:00pm, and also Sunday mornings at 8:30am. Come work out with fellow combatants who are ready to grapple you to the ground. Working out with buddies twice a week can improve your cardio, your strength, and your overall flexibility. Especially if you can kick ass doing it!
We know you are ready for the next level in self-defense. The question is how far are you prepared to go? Start with the basics as soon as possible and develop your skills before specializing in any martial art or combat sport.
At Global Martial Arts’ Jiu-Jitsu Academy you will learn proper takedown techniques to disable and hold your opponent safely on the ground and without causing damage to them. Learning martial arts in a Krav Maga, Jiu-Jitsu, and Karate atmosphere will teach you how to disarm your opponent, and harm or grapple them to the ground in a matter of seconds!
Find out what we are all about. There are one-time classes available, and your first class is always free!
Take a look at our Jiu-Jitsu Class Schedule, and join us today!
Because we hope to have sparked your interest and would want to learn more about this combat sport, we want to share this thought with you:
You have probably heard some folks compare brazilian jiu-jitsu to wrestling or vise versa and we are here to tell you that because of its similarities they both are strong methods of self defense.
Grappling has many faces my friends. And most countries have their version of it. India has it’s Kushti – Russia, it’s Sambo, Freestyle and Greco – Japan it’s Jiu Jitsu, Judo and Sumo, Africa it’s Senegalese Wrestling, South America the wrestling of the Xingu high plains, the folkloric styles of Cumberland, Westmoreland and Lancashire in England, Glima in Iceland and on and on. Bottom line – humans grapple! Here’s a brief, and by no means concise, comparison of Freestyle Wrestling and Jiu Jitsu. Just some initial thoughts …
- train harder – better conditioned
- unbeatable at takedowns
- pathway to Olympics possible
- lot of emphasis placed on strength and conditioning and explosive movement
High level wrestlers: usually have wrestled their whole lives; beginning in their school programs.
For who: wrestling is a sport that tends to attract athletic young men. Not so many wrestlers still active in their late 20’s or 30’s.
Jiu Jitsu positives:
- train relaxed – can train their whole life
- unbeatable at submissions
- highly effective for self defence and real fights
- a lot of emphasis put on relaxed and strategic movement
High level Jiu Jitseiros: very often made their start later in life. As Adults.
Who is Jiu-Jitsu For
For you and for your partner or for your spouse. For your relatives and for your friends. Jiu Jitsu attracts people from a very wide demographic. This includes boys, girls, men, women, professionals, and blue collar workers. In fact, Jiu-Jitsu attracts even it’s share of the elderly.