The Gracie Barra Fundamentals Curriculum allows for students starting Jiu-Jitsu for the first time and even the experienced competitor to learn and refine the basics. Each week we go through a series of new techniques all layered together by Master Carlos Gracie Jr. and may of his black belts.
This week we are learning some very important headlock escapes. A great aspect of our program is the practical use of self-defense techniques we learn. These escapes are great for jiu-jitsu competition as well as on the streets in a confrontation. In addition to the headlock escapes we learn a very important guard – Turtle. The turtle is a good way to protect yourself while transitioning back to a full guard or top dominant position. Drop in one day this week for a free class an you can begin to learn for yourself. Call us 855-548-5488 or by email at email@example.com
Sacrifice Throws, Foot Sweeps and Guard Bottom
GB1 – This week in Gracie Barra Fundamentals we learn standing a standing attack with a body lock takedown, a pull foot sweep from standing, and the hook the foot sweep from standing. In Class B we learn distance management, the tripod sweep and the outside hook sweep. All moves that will help your bottom guard game.
GB2,3 – In the advanced class our Professors and Coaches share their favorite sacrifice throws. Come see an uchi mata setup to sumi gaeshi. On the ground come learn some solid techniques from guard with sweeps and submissions.
GBK – In the kids program we are working distance management, using your feet and guard. Once on the ground we are practicing our scissor sweep from guard. Remember on Fridays our kids have some time for competition matches. Hope to see you this week.
Come learn the single leg takedown and double leg this week at GB Centennial
The fundamentals continue at Gracie Barra Centennial Jiu-Jitsu. Serving the entire South Metro Denver Area, our Black Belt Professors can help you improve your game. Gracie Barra is the prime place to learn Denver Jiu-Jitsu.
This week we are escaping the mount and side mount with our self defense. When we get to the ground game we are honing our skills on breaking the guard from the knees and standing, learning the one arm under pass and the double arm under pass.
In the advanced program we show many options for takedowns including the single leg takedown and the double leg takedown. This is will help all our competitors get the first points in competition. Our professors then share their favorite positions from top, passing guard and submissions.
In the Gracie Barra Kids program we learn how to break fall, use the guard and the technical lift. These are some of the most basic positions in Jiu-Jitsu as well as most important. For our Gracie Barra Kids competitor we are working on the single leg takedown.
Hello Denver, Are you ready to learn some headlock and side mount escapes?
This week at Gracie Barra Centennial Jiu-Jitsu we move into week 2 of our curriculum.
GB1 – Fundamentals
We start class A learning how to do a rear corner takedown from a a standing headlock. Then we learn two of the most basic side mount guard recoveries.
In Class B we learn to lift and side step o soto gari from a rear headlock. On the ground game we practice getting to turtle guard from side mount and how to transition to a double leg takedown.
GBK – Kids
In the kids program we also learn how to defend the headlock. In addition we work some hip throws from judo grips. On the ground game we are working solid side mount escapes.
GB3 – Advanced
At Gracie Barra Centennial Jiu-Jitsu we love to work our stand up game. This week in our advanced program we work on hip throws. On the ground game we work on some variations of submissions from side mount. So if you are in Denver and in the South Metro Denver area drop in this week to improve your game.
Gracie Barra Fundamentals
This week at Gracie Barra Centennial Jiu-Jitsu we start a new training cycle with week 1. This is a great opportunity for existing practitioners to hone their skills and for the first time student to begin.
We begin each fundamentals class with a classic self defense move to help protect our students when involved in a confrontation. This week we learn how to avoid a straight punch and slip to a single leg or double leg takedown.
In classic sport Jiu-Jitsu we learn the art of pulling closed guard. We also learn a solid scissor sweep. And, finally we hone our front chokes.
Gracie Barra Advanced
In the advanced program our professors share their favorite transitions to the guard, sacrifice throws and submissions from the guard.
Gracie Barra Kids
our kids learn how to control distance with punches and jabs, how to do a sit up sweep and learn mount control. The word of the week is brotherhood and at the end of each class we talk about the meaning of brotherhood.
If you have been on the fence about trying Jiu-Jitsu, week one is the time to make the jump. Come on in and try a free class today. Schedule it HERE!
Have you ever wondered whats the best escape for a bear hug from the front or the back? If so, come to Gracie Barra Centennial Jiu-Jitsu this week and we will teach you. We focus on this in our GB 1 fundamentals class. You will also learn how to sweep somebody mounted on top and learn how to defend the Knee on Belly.
In our advanced classes our professors share their keen insight to foot throws. They also will share some great submissions from mount and Knee on Belly.
In our kids program, our students will learn how to defend a choke from the back. We also teach them a great outside hook sweep takedown. When the game gets to the ground we teach them classic mount escapes.
Every week will build on the fundamentals so make sure you get into class today. If you are looking to try jiu-jitsu for the first time, drop in for a free class. We would love to have you.
The Gracie Barra Training Curriculum is now on to week 15.
In our GB1 class we learn more self defense with our guard transitioning to a triangle and how to work a proper technical lift. In the ground game we are back to the basics of passing guard from top position. We learn the over the leg pass and and a few option of the bull fight pass. We also learn some great techniques on how to pass the half guard.
In our GB2 and 3 advanced classes our professors share their favorite leg grab takedowns. Come learn a great single leg to a submission and two advanced passes. Come check out our advanced classes so you can add these moves to your game.
Our GBK program often follows our GB1 program as it does this week. We learn some sold guard positions. How to pass the guard and the half guard. Our Theme for the week is Inspiration. So at the end of each class we will have some inspiring talks :).
Look forward to seeing you in class.
This week at Gracie Barra Centennial we are teaching some very important moves of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Many times a fight moves to the ground and sometimes we are in bad positions. This week we learn how to turn from those bad positions into better ones.
GB1 – In the fundamentals class we learn how to move from turtle and being in a headlock to top position. We all are very familiar with the difficulty of recovering from side mount. This week under Master Carlos Gracie Jr.’s guidance we learn some classic guard recovery.
GB2 – In the advanced classes our professors will share their favorite hip and hand throws to help you get those important first two points in competition. We will also learn some great submissions from side mount. This is a great week to up your game for competition.
GBK – In our Gracie Barra Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Kids Program we follow along the same lines of our fundamentals. This is great for parents and kids growing in the program together. They can share their experiences and practice together. Our Kids will learn important headlock escapes, how to recover the guard from side mount and a great hip throw.
Week 14 Gracie Barra Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu taining at GB Centennial is great for everyone in the South Metro Denver Area. If you live in Centennial, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Parker, Littleton, Castle Pines, Englewood or surrounding areas you should come try a free class today. Gracie Barra has the best jiu-Jitsu training program and we would love to share it with you.
Gracie Barra Centennial Free Jiu-Jitsu Anti-Bullying Seminar
Bullying is a real problem. It happens on the playground, in the classroom, in social situations, and across digital platforms more every day. Almost 65% of kids who are bullied do not report the instance. Approximately 90% of kids bullied online are also bullied offline. Kids today get no respite- no break- from the threat of bullying behaviors. Please come take advantage of one of our anti-bullying seminars in September and:
Learn how to recognize bullying
Learn how to stop and walk away
Learn how to standup to bullies
Learn how to protect yourself
Thursday Afternoons in September 5:10pm – 6:00pm
Open to everyone in the Community, but space is limited. So, sign up today. Four dates available. Get tickets on Eventbrite
In Week 11, we get to review some of the basics. At Gracie Barra we believe having a solid understanding of fundamentals is key to having a strong game.
GB1 – We start every GB1 class with self-defense. This week you will learn to transition from turtle position and knee-on-the-belly to to full guard. You go from being very vulnerable to the control position.
In The sport Jiu-Jitsu aspects of the GB1 class we review keeping a solid posture and how to break a closed guard. You will also learn to classic passes, one arm under and two arms under.
GB2-3 – In our advanced classes the professors key in on Leg Grab takedowns and techniques from the Top Guard.
GBK – Our Little Champs work more on distance control – How to stay at a safe distance from their opponents. We will also share a class single leg takedown. From Top Guard position we will learn how to keep good posture, break the guard and pass to mount.
Whether it is your first time trying Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu or you have been practicing for years, this week is good for your game. Stop by for class today.