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In this world of violence and uncertainty…YOU MUST TRAIN FOR YOUR LIFE! Bjj is the most dominant form of ground fighting (grappling). It is a martial art that promotes the principle that a smaller, weaker person, using leverage and proper technique, can successfully defend themselves against a bigger and stronger opponent. Bjj focuses on grappling with the goal of gaining a dominant position. Bjj enables the use of techniques such as arm locks, leg locks, and chokes to force your opponent to submit. The demand for BJJ training in the US has exploded since the early 1990’s. The members of the Gracie family won the first, second, and fourth Ultimate Fighting Championships (UFC). The early years of the UFC consisted of single elimination tournaments. It was here that the Gracie family had their opportunity to demonstrate to the world the power of BJJ.  As a result, BJJ training has become essential for all MMA fighters, and the sport of submission grappling has grown immensely. At CEBJJ we will prepare you for any self defense situation you might find yourself in. At the CEBJJ training facility all classes are specifically designed so that everyone has the opportunity to train regardless of fitness level, skill, age, or sex. Anyone can participate and enjoy the physical and mental benefits of BJJ. 

We invite you to come and visit our facility located at 756 Harrison Ave., Harrison, NJ and consider enrolling in one of our outstanding BJJ and or MMA programs.

You can also call us on the phone at: 973-445-7796 for your introductory lesson. You can visit our website or please refer to our Hours of Operation to call us within our business hours.



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