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We feel this is a more realistic approach to grappling and submissions in a self-defense scenario. We also implement a wrestling base along with BJJ, so that our members are proficient in takedowns and grappling control.
NOGI JiuJitsu is the next evolution of the ancient Japanese martial art JiuJitsu. It's practiced, adapted, and executed without the use of a traditional Gi. This removes the practice of grabbing or gripping your opponents Gi and using it against them. At FightCamp, we feel the use of a rashguard and shorts is a much more realistic approach to defense and grappling. We have competed and always medaled at some of the largest JiuJitsu competitions in NOGI and have implemented this form of BJJ into our Mixed Martial Arts class.
This style of JiuJitsu was pioneered by the ADCC (Abu Dhabi Combat Club). This international submission only grappling event is the only invitational combat competition where only the most extreme high level JiuJitsu practitioners compete. These touraments, held every two years, require winning the ADCC trails or by invitation only. An ADCC Champi0n is a true grappling champion amongst the best in the world.
This style of JiuJitsu has been gaining wide spread populatity in recent years with the likes of Gordon Ryan, Eddie Bravo and the UFC.
Along with our JiuJitsu base, wrestling is combined to allow our grapplers with more diverse options to their overall grappling game. Understanding how and what someone is attempting to do to you is the first step in JiuJitsu, the second step is defense, and the third step is applying or countering submissions in a live match.
Live rolling or grappling is done in every class. Instruction is important to learning and understanding the moves or concepts, but to really develop your skill set, you must have enough time to practice in a live sitution. Part of our JiuJitsu class is reserved for details and maneuvers and the second part is reserved for active rolling periods.