6:00 AM – Brazilian Jiu-JitsuInstructor Chris Earl warms up with functional Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu movements. The class then moves on to training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu techniques. When the class ends with free rolling, new students are invited to continue drilling, or work specific positions. Morning classes have a good amount of students, and Chris always keeps an eye on drilling partners, giving advice to make sure you’re training each technique properly.

7:00 AM – NoGi Jiu-JitsuProfessor Chris Wells starts class with a warm-up of functional Jiu-Jitsu movements. The class then drills NoGi Jiu-Jitsu techniques and ends with free rolling. At this time new students are invited to continue drilling, or work specific positions. Morning classes have plenty of students, and Chris will make sure that you get specific pointers to improve your technique.

12:00 PM – Brazilian Jiu-JitsuInstructor Steven King starts class off with a Crossfit inspired ‘warm-up’ designed to push your limits. The class then drills Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu techniques and ends with free rolling. At this time new students are invited to continue drilling, or work specific positions. Mid-day classes have fewer students and plenty of one-on-one time with the instructor.

5:30 PM – Youth Kickboxing – All Levels Welcome.

6:00 PM NoGi Takedowns – This once a week class with Professor Chris Wells is all about NoGi Takedowns and you’ll learn a variety of methods to get your opponent to the ground. Chris starts class with a warm-up of Jiu-Jitsu movements meant to improve your game when rolling. The class then drills NoGi takedowns, and is followed by another hour of ground based technique training lead by Instructor Shane Brenner, which everyone is invited to stay for. Evening classes have plenty of participants and Chris is great at giving individualized attention to the technical details and key aspects of what the students are practicing that day.

7:00 PM – NoGi Jiu-JitsuInstructor Shane Brenner starts with a warm-up focused on improving mobility, both in flexibility and in grappling positions. The class then drills NoGi Jiu-Jitsu techniques and ends with free rolling. At this time new students are invited to continue drilling, or work specific positions. Evening classes have plenty of students, and Shane makes sure that each student grasps the critical aspects of every technique for their skill level.

7:00 AM Brazilian Jiu-JitsuProfessor Chris Wells starts class with a warm-up of functional Jiu-Jitsu movements. The class then drills Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu techniques and ends with free rolling. At this time new students are invited to continue drilling, or work specific positions. Morning classes have plenty of students. Chris makes sure get you the specific pointers you need to improve your technique.

4:30 PM – Youth Jiu-Jitsu – All Levels Welcome.

6:00 PM – Brazilian Jiu-JitsuProfessor Eddie Edmunds uses functional Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu movements as a warm-up. Afterwards, the class trains a self-defense technique, then moves on to positional drills. What position will depend on the phase of the curriculum that week: back, side, mount, guard, etc. When the class ends with free rolling, new students are invited to continue drilling, or work specific positions. Evening classes have more students, and more opportunities to see how each technique works for and against different body types, and Eddie is excellent at making sure you’re focusing on the right details for your skill level.

6:00 AM – NoGi Jiu-Jitsu – Wednesdays see Instructor Clinton Curtis host the first class of a double block of morning NoGi Jiu-Jitsu. Class starts with a functional Jiu-Jitsu and mobility-based warm-up. Then everyone drills NoGi Jiu-Jitsu techniques until ending with free rolling. At this time new students are invited to continue drilling, or work specific positions. Clinton is very detail oriented and makes sure to that even beginners aren’t missing the subtleties that can make or break a technique.

7:00 AM – NoGi Jiu-Jitsu Professor Chris Wells continues the double block of morning NoGi Jiu-Jitsu. Come to either one you can make it to, or both!

12:00 PM – Brazilian Jiu-JitsuProfessor Eddie Edmunds uses functional Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu movements as a warm-up. Afterwards, the class trains a self-defense technique, then moves on to positional drills. What position will depend on the phase of the curriculum that week: back, side, mount, guard, etc. When the class ends with free rolling, new students are invited to continue drilling, or work specific positions. Mid-day classes have fewer students and plenty of one-on-one time with the instructor. Eddie excels at making sure you’re focusing on the right details for your skill level.

6:00 PM – NoGi Jiu-JitsuProfessor Chris Wells starts class with a warm-up of functional Jiu-Jitsu movements. The class then drills NoGi Jiu-Jitsu techniques and ends with free rolling. At this time new students are invited to continue drilling, or work specific positions. Evening classes have plenty of students, and Chris makes sure that each student gets the specific pointers they need to improve the techniques being practiced that day.

7:00 PM – Brazilian Jiu-JitsuProfessor Steffen Soller starts class with a warm-up focusing on functional Jiu-Jitsu movements. The class then drills Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu techniques and ends the class with free rolling. At this time new students are invited to continue drilling, or work specific positions. Evening classes have a good number of students. Steffen is great about working with drilling partners to make sure that the little details are right from the first day of practicing a technique.

7:00 AM – Brazilian Jiu-JitsuProfessor Chris Wells starts class with a warm-up of functional Jiu-jitsu movements. The class then drills Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu techniques and ends with free rolling. At this time new students are invited to continue drilling, or work specific positions. Morning classes have plenty of students, and more opportunities to see how each technique works for and against different body types. Chris will make sure that you get specific pointers to improve the techniques that day.

4:30 PM – Youth Jiu-Jitsu – All Levels Welcome.

6:00 PM – Brazilian Jiu-JitsuProfessor Eddie Edmunds uses functional Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu movements as a warm-up. Afterwards, the class trains a self-defense technique, then moves on to positional drills. What position will depend on the phase of the curriculum that week: back, side, mount, guard, etc. When the class ends with free rolling, new students are invited to continue drilling, or work specific positions. Evening classes have more students, and more opportunities to see how each technique works for and against different body types, and Eddie is excellent at making sure you’re focusing on the right details for your skill level.

7:00 AM – NoGi Jiu-JitsuProfessor Chris Wells starts class with a warm-up of functional Jiu-Jitsu movements. The class then drills NoGi Jiu-Jitsu techniques and ends with free rolling. At this time new students are invited to continue drilling, or work specific positions. Morning classes have plenty of students, and Chris makes sure that each student gets the pointers they need to improve their techniques.

12:00 PM – Brazilian Jiu-JitsuInstructor Kevin Hausskuper┬ástarts class off with a warm up focusing on stretching the muscles taxed by Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. The class then drills techniques and ends with free rolling. At this time new students are invited to continue drilling, or work specific positions. Mid-day classes have fewer students and plenty of one-on-one time with the instructor.

9:00 AM – Youth Kickboxing – All Levels Welcome.

10:30 AM NoGi Jiu-JitsuInstructor Mike Flint starts class with a warm-up designed to increase your positional mobility. The class then drills NoGi Jiu-Jitsu techniques for the full hour. These Saturday classes have plenty of students, and Mike makes sure that you’ll get specific pointers to improve what you’re practicing. Mike is happy to answer any questions about other techniques you may have as well. At the end of the hour, students are invited to stay for open mat and continue drilling, work positions, or join in the open roll depending on skill level.

11:30 AM Open Mat – Students of both Brazilian Jiu-jitsu and Nogi Jiu-jitsu are able to get time on the mats in this block.


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