Thanks to everyone that already purchase... Last Day to Pre-Order the Heritage Series Jiu Jitsu Gis. Pre-Order ends on Sat 3/30 at 11:59pm (pst)... Scroll down on to previous posts to see more pictures of these gi
Jiu Jitsu Black Belt and owner/coach of One World @oneworldjiujitsu in Newark, Ca Mike Prudencio @mikeprudencio in the “Quest For Gold” gi. If youre in the Bay Area, make sure you check out their Open Mats on Sunday evening.
Limited Pre-Order Item- Heritage Series : USA, Brazil, Phillipines and Mexico. Available in Men, Youth and Female sizes. Pre-Order will end on March 30,2019 and Gi will be shipped on May 1st, 2019. We are already designing other countries for our next Heritage Series.. Let your friends/family that may be interested.
Aaron Zaballos in the “Quest For Gold” Jiu Jitsu Gi. - Jiu Jitsu Black Belt- IBJJF 2x times World, Pan American and 2x National Champion. Owner/Instructor of Z Mata Martial Arts Academy @soulfighters_z_mata_bjj . Coach/Instructor to adults and youth Jiu Jitsu Champions. Best of luck to him this coming weekend at Pans!
Brian Ortega got to answer a very interesting question recently – which martial art would be the best to start a child on his martial arts journey. Ortega told bloodyelbow: Brian, “Oooooh, I’m going to offend a lot of people haha. I honestly feel, and not because I’m biased, I would always go with Jiu-Jitsu. And not because that was the art that I love, but it’s just the simple fact that if a kid gets in a fight, the majority if not 99% of martial arts teach you how to strike. That means your kid is going to have to hit another kid along the way of defending himself, which therefore will get in trouble. At the end of the day, no matter how you paint that story, your kid hit someone. Whether