Kids BJJ in North Phoenix
Kids BJJ is a grappling Martial Art using leverage to control a opponent with out throwing a single punch. Teaching kids goal setting, respect, keeping good grades, and developing team work. We have a clean facility and the softest mats in AZ. All of our Kids Brazilian Jiu Jitsu classes are taught by 4 instructors including 2 Black belts!
Kid’s Brazilian jiu-jitsu is a martial art, combat sport, and a Self-Defense system that focuses on grappling and ground fighting. BJJ promotes the concept that a smaller, weaker person can successfully defend against a bigger, stronger assailant by using leverage and proper technique, taking the fight to the ground – most notably by applying joint locks and choke holds to control and defeat the other person.
The Strongheart BJJ program places a strong emphasis in physical, mental, and spiritual development for the purposes of self-defense and personal growth. In addition, we have a Competition Team that hones the sport side of Jiu-Jitsu and we have several State and National Champions training within our program. Whether you’re looking for self-defense, sport training, and or just a bit more confidence and self-esteem for your child, the kid’s BJJ program is a great place to start. The kids martial arts classes are located in North Phoenix.
- Build self discipline
- Increase self confidence
- Help kids with Bully proofing
- Great way to get exercise
Kids BJJ Gi
- Designed by school owner
- High quality stitching
- Good ventilation
- Designed for comfort
Private Lesson (kids)
- Have a focused area to work
- Be on time!
- Must stay with kid during private.
- Movies are shown
- Bring birthday cake
- Parents must remain with kids
Still have questions about the Kids BJJ program? Check out the “How To” and “Etiquette” Videos.
If you are like most parents, they want to teach their kids discipline and respect. Our martial arts program is centered around these fundamentals.[envira-gallery id=”4960″]
BJJ Kids Competition
Is competing mandatory at Strong Heart Academy? The answer is no. We are here to help guide you through the preparation to compete if that is a goal you take seriously and permission is granted by your parents and by Professor Martin. If you are not interested in competing there are many other goals to purse like self defense, getting in shape, or just a way to meet people.