BJJ – Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) is a combat sport that branched out from Japanese Jiu-Jitsu and continues to evolve. Strikes and kicks are prohibited in BJJ.
The main goal in the fight is to submit your opponent through lever and strangle techniques.
Through these techniques it is possible for a smaller and weaker person to have a change against physically superior opponents.
Therefore, BJJ can be efficiently applied in self-defence and is suitable for everybody to practice, regardless of gender or age.
No Gi BJJ / Grappling
No GI BJJ / Grappling aka. submission grappling closely resembles BJJ, although no Gi is worn here, instead shorts and a rash guard (skin-tight t-shirt). We get to know both variation in equal part and combine them with wrestling and judo techniques.
MMA – Mixed Martial Arts
Mixed Martial Arts is a full-contact sport. It was popularised early 1990s with the help of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) organisation, the world's largest promoter of televised competitions.
The competitors make use of striking and grappling techniques on foot as well as on the ground. Our MMA training at Ferrer BJJ is led by two experienced trainers who ensure safe and proper practice of the basics without injury.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu for Kids
Ferrer BJJ offers kids the opportunity to learn BJJ in a controlled environment playfully. BJJ empowers your child’s character and self-confidence and provides the chance to get to know new friends.
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