Fantastic training at BJJ Lifestyle Team – an opportunity for us to stay healthy, see our friends several times a week and of course, learn Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. There are lots of white belts on our team – and many in their 30’s and 40’s – it’s never too late to start training – to quote… Continue Reading
Lots of beginners turning up at Lifestyle Team to learn BJJ. Getting everyone to a stage where they have a very strong grasp and deep understanding of the fundamentals of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is our mission. Housing champs is great, but getting people started with a view to them training for the long-term is of… Continue Reading
Now training for 6 hours across our Monday, Thursday and Friday training sessions – the quality of BJJ coaching is stepping up with Leo Negao having a heavy influence on our teaching syllabus. Always wanting to give the team exactly what they’re looking for – we recently ran a poll across our 60+ team members… Continue Reading
We’re spending a huge amount of time developing our closed guard – working hard at killing our opponent’s posture. For us, ultimate BJJ self-defence starts and ends with the closed guard – educating our bodies to deflect power, finding angles, removing defences, shifting our opponents around with clever use of body mechanics. Re-directing, neutralising our… Continue Reading
Michael Cheung is starting to take grip on the Rooster Master 1 blue belt division. This month he won gold at the British Open where he took the back of both of his opponents and submitted them. Success at the British Open follows on nicely from the gold he won last year at the Surrey… Continue Reading
Congratulations to Richard Mackie who earlier in the month won silver as a white belt in the heavyweight division at the British Open. Rich has now followed this up with a gold medal as a blue belt at the Gloucester Open – finishing his opponent with a Kimura in the final. Oss.