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United Brazilian Jiu Jitsu- Moreno Valley

12125 Day Street Moreno




Martial Arts: Muay Thai, BJJ / Jiu-Jitsu, Boxing, MMA

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Commment 1: Jiu Jitsu is much much more difficult than katare which is probably why Most Dojos allow you to get a black belt after years To get one in brazilian jiu jitsu it takes at least but many people take Plus from my experience years of katare and years of bjj people put in a lot more work at bjj Its also difficult because in katare you get promoted when you learn the forms needed to test In bjj you get promoted when you can beat almost everyone at your current belt level and some of the people at the belt above you So there are no shortcuts in jiu jitsuIf you go to a good bjj school they will teach selfdefense takedowns and some other rudimentary standup that will help you use your bjj in real world settings I dont want to sound like a katare hater because I think its great Its especially great for kids because it teaches discipline and selfcontrol while providing a really good work out I also think bjj is very difficult to teach to children probably ish is the earliest I think it can really be taught well From my personal experience bjj is much more difficult and better suited to real life selfdefenseReferences years of katare and years of bjj

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