Brazilian Jiu-jitsu is a unique art of ground fighting that utilizes grappling, chokes, joint locks and other submissions. Blue Springs Jiu-jitsu offers one of the most comprehensive BJJ programs in the Kansas City area.
"Jiu-Jitsu" means "gentle art", meaning that a practitioner will use their opponents strength against them and will use their stronger muscles against their opponents weaker muscles. Today, Jiu-jitsu remains one of the most effective and practical martial arts in the world. We teach you to become technicians on the mat by using your wits and fighting spirit, not just brawn.
Judo is a martial art that was derived directly from Japanese Jujitsu. It was founded by Dr. Jigoro Kano in 1882. This art focuses on throwing and grappling techniques with its principals being to utilize maximum efficiency and mutual benefit and welfare. Dr. Kano created this art as a sport that would allow practitioners to practice in a fun way and perfect their skills in competition. From a world wide perspective, Judo is one of the most popular sports in the world. It is a required class in Japanese schools and its popularity throughout Europe is tremendous. In 1964 Judo was included in the Olympic games and still is to this day. Our school offers Judo programs for both Youth and Adults.
Kali is a term used to describe the Filipino martial arts. The word Kali can be translated as "hand motion" or "body motion."
Our Kali classes will cover many areas of training: single stick, double stick, stick & dagger, dagger, double dagger, palm stick, staff, and Panantukan (empty hand training including boxing, kicking, sweeps/throws, locks, and trapping). The curriculum we are training is the Minnesota Kali Group's Kali & Panantukan programs that Guro Rick Faye has put together after decades of training under Guro Dan Inosanto.
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