If you’re just starting jiu-jitsu, you may be experiencing information overload. Cut through the noise with this letter from a black-belt.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
The Easton Training Center Beginner’s Guide to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu will cover the basic things you need to know if you’re just starting out.
Colorado’s second largest Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tournament, the Easton Training Center In-House Tournament, took place last month with an amazing turnout!
Meet Professor Nick Reid and learn about his approach to coaching students of all ages at Easton Training Center.
Seth Daniels is the mastermind behind Fight 2 Win and an Easton Training Center Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black-Belt.
Like many members of Easton’s community, I quit training when COVID hit. And like many still, when the opportunity for training opened back up, I stayed home. Let’s talk about how we can all validate and overcome our fears with community.
The gi was passed down to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu from Judo practitioners, who brought the art of Judo over to Brazil’s coast in 1920’s. Jigoro Kano, who originally developed Judo Japanese Jujitsu, was also the inventor of the gi itself and the sensei of Mitsuyo Maeda, who personally instructed the Gracies of Brazil.
An avid competitor with global experience, Calvin coaches adult BJJ and competition training at Easton Training Center in Centennial.
Jake Hartner is a 25 year-old BJJ brown belt. He runs Easton Centennial’s Adult BJJ department and their advanced kids class. Jake is known for his fun and calm demeanor. We discussed his BJJ journey from starting to coaching. Jake tells us the benefits that have come to his life, as well as what he has seen BJJ give to others.