Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu: (7 to 12-year-old + Adults)
The sport of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu can be quite complex. Our intro program helps break down all the essential concepts of the sport making it much easier to pick up for anybody. Freddie Poole’s Martial arts is a proud affiliate of the Carlos Machado BJJ association and network. Carlos Machado is nephew to one of the founders of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, late master Carlos Gracie. Carlos is determined to keep the legacy going through teaching and partnering with others including our very own, Freddie Poole.
Our classes are curriculum oriented, providing a fast paced yet easy approach to learning Brazilian Jiu Jitsu for children (7-12 years of age) and adults. Students achieve great results in a short amount of time learning realistic skills great for both self-defense and increasing fitness and stamina. Students also learn strategies for advancing in rank after completing time and skill requirements, all in a fun and safe environment.
The FPMA Brazilian Jiu Jitsu kids program is the perfect tool to change your child’s life forever. Lessons learned both on and off the mat will instill in them a confidence and self-belief that will continue with them throughout their lives. Plus, it’s FUN! FPMA stands firm on our anti-bullying policies, which have been reverse engineered to safely and effectively repel any aggressor, with truly phenomenal results.
Overall, the Kids BBJ program is designed to develop a sense of discipline, determination, leadership, commitment, responsibility, good sportsmanship and confidence into our future leaders
FPMA BJJ Fundamentals Program is designed to teach the overall self-defense strategy of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. The class begins with a pre-workout involving many body weight exercises and it will teach you the basics, from learning how to fall, to clinching, taking down and successfully setting up and applying a submission hold as well as various escapes. We provide a detailed instruction in wrestling, judo, and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, as they are all relevant to mastership. The class ends with positional training that helps students focus on the lesson of the week and get a feel for live training. Through repetition techniques, your training will slowly prepare you to begin drilling at a full resistance.