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Do you want to lose weight and tone your muscles?
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Are you ready to feel new levels of self-confidence and pride?
Getting in shape is important for people of all ages and sizes
Studying martial arts provides you with a physical challenge combined with a mental one – and teaches you to defend yourself, too.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a unique form of martial arts that teaches students to leverage their body weight to use in the ring or against an attacker. A descendant of Judo, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is both a sport and a martial art – and it’s fun to learn.
Results and growth with every class!
Studying Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu can help you get in the best shape of your life. It’s a great way to lose weight, tone your muscles, and learn the key things you need to know to be able to defend yourself – even against an opponent who’s larger than you are.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Builds Muscle and Maximizes Physical Fitness
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu provides an intense, full-body workout that’s the perfect way to lose weight, increase your muscle mass, and get into great shape.
By combining cardiovascular training with toning and training, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu students push their bodies hard and learn what they are capable of.
It’s a great way to burn calories in a fun and supportive setting that encourages all students to do their best.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Teaches Practical Self-Defense Techniques
The thought of having to defend yourself against a bigger, stronger assailant might be scary, but Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is designed to help you overcome your fears.
By teaching students to take the fight to the ground where they can use chokeholds and other effective techniques to defend themselves, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu helps leverage even a small body into a huge problem for an attacker.
Best of all, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu builds strength and agility, both of which help in self-defense situations.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Students Walk with Confidence and Pride
There’s no feeling quite like the feeling of knowing that your body is strong, agile, and able to do whatever you want it to do.
Studying Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu gives students the knowledge that they can leverage their body’s strength to accomplish things they never thought possible.
Over time, it increases self-confidence and pride – and that carries over to work, home, and every area of your personal life.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Competitions Provide a Unique Challenge
Students who have a natural competitive drive love Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu because it’s a sport as well as a self-defense method.
BJJ requires students to spar and fight in class. They can also choose to compete to prove their ability or to advance to new levels of achievement.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competitions help students set goals and work toward them – and to relish the experience of victory.
The instructors at Elite in Morganville are incredible. The facility is clean, the environment is nurturing and friendly, and I've never never seen a single employee or instructor without a smile on their face. My Little Dragon LOVES it there and has learned a great deal (about respect and trust just as much as blocks and stances) in two short months.
Today, she had her fifth birthday party there and Sensei Ryan and Deshi Franco and Deshi Raphael were fantastic with the kids. They kept twenty, five year olds completely entertained and well-behaved. They came in on a Sunday for us because we couldn't find a Saturday in December to do it. I couldn't be more satisfied with her birthday party. They truly went above and beyond.
I really can't say enough good things about the people and this place!!
I can hardly find the words to describe the impact EMA had on my sons life. It's not just martial arts training, it's a way of life. My son first tried out the basic karate class when he was 5, after failed attempts at other schools. He was diagnosed with Aspergers, ADHD and Anxiety, and I was feeling hopeless that we'd find somewhere that could actually help him reach his fullest potential. But EMA did just that. Deshi Kailyn worked one on one with him until he felt comfortable enough to get on the mat. In a few short months, he went from scared and shy to confident and hardworking. He was even invited to join the BBT class, where he thrived. Throughout the course of his training there our family made the difficult decision to relocate to Florida. One of the hardest parts of leaving NJ was saying goodbye to our EMA family. At Jake's last night there, they gave him a sweet send off that he will never forget. I can honestly say trying to find a comparable martial arts school has been impossible. They are truly one of a kind and if they ever open a school in Orlando we will be the first in line to sign up.
I did the 6 week challenge and loved it. The instructors were hard and the work out was definitely a challenge but all of us had a fun and I would recommend it to jump start your exercise plan. Thanks Hany!
Our son Jonathan , aka JZ, was invited to attend our niece's birthday party at Elite Martial Arts in December of 2010. He had so much fun and decided to come back to try out a class which he absolutely loved. He started in the BBT classes at age 10 with Sensei Hany, Sensei MJ. (Who presently is at the Colts Neck School) Sensei Ryan, Deshi Amanda & Deshi Kailyn. These amazing and energetic group of instructors encourage and support the children to always do their best, not only on the Mat but in school as well. They honestly care about each and every single child who attends EMA. EMA was the best thing that could've happened to our son JZ. It helped him to become more focused, set himself goals, and greatly helped with his confidence and discipline , all while enjoying a great sport and making new friends. Shihan Chris, his wife Peggy, and they're beautiful daughter Emily are the nicest and kindest people one can ever meet. They treat everyone like family . We love our EMA family which consists of all the parents, children who attend and the staff to whom we are very thankful for. Our son JZ is now 16years old and has earned his first degree black belt through arduous training at EMA . JZ is currently enrolled in their Krav Maga classes. JZ has come a very long way in the past 61/2 years. He has grown to be a very confident, respectful, disciplined , physically fit and strong young man. We highly recommend EMA !!
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No, you don’t. There are beginner classes available and many of the people who study BJJ have no prior martial arts training.
Yes. Students work their way through five belt levels: white, blue, purple, brown, and black. Each belt has four stripes to help students monitor their progress – and once you earn a black belt, you can proceed to new levels based on how long you have been studying BJJ.
Students typically wear a Gi (two-piece garment worn by martial artists.) It is also typical for male students to wear a cup, and some students may want to wear a mouth guard. It’s a good idea to have a supply of athletic tape, as well.
No. Beginner classes focus on teaching basic techniques and safety, and you can then work your way up to controlled sparring in class.
Absolutely. It’s one of the world’s most effective self-defense techniques and is often preferred because it teaches students to leverage their body weight to defeat larger opponents.
It can, particularly if you combine BJJ classes with a healthy diet and lifestyle. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu provides a great, full-body workout that burns calories, builds muscles, and boosts the metabolism.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training relieves stress and anxiety and increases mental well-being.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu helps build strength, flexibility, and endurance.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu improves cardiovascular fitness and overall health.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu strengthens the mind-body connection, improves concentration, and encourages discipline and goal-setting.
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