Tennessee Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Academy is the first and only Brazilian Jiu Jitsu school in Spring Hill, TN servicing the Williamson and Maury County residents. TBJJA’s main focus is Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and NO GI Jiu Jitsu. We cater to the athlete that is looking to compete at the highest level and the BJJ hobbyist that comes in 2 to 3 times a week. BJJ provides the practitioner with the tools to defend him or herself against opponents of all sizes and statures, emphasizing the power of proper technique as a force to balance out potential strength disadvantages.  Students will learn the most up to date techniques available by experienced instructors in a safe and clean environment. TBJJA also teaches Mixed Martial Arts for those looking for street self defense and  the those wishing to enter the sport of Mixed Martial Arts.  The MMA program covers Muay thai boxing, wrestling, boxing, and BJJ. TBJJA also has an exceptional kids program for kids ages 5-12 years old. Our program will bully proof your child and give them the proper tools to give the confidence, discipline, and respect. TBJJA also has a cardio class for all ages and levels that will burn calories while giving you a skill set.   Come in and see why we are the best in the area.


FAQ'S

Q: I’m not sure if training in Martial Arts will be right for me. Is there any way I can try a class before signing-up?

A: YES! You can try out any of our programs for FREE for one week before signing-up.

Q: I don’t own any gear. Do I need to buy gear to try out the class?

A: No. We will lend you one of our gear during your FREE trial. Once you become a member will direct you to proper place to purchase your gear.

Q: What should I expect my first class?

A: The first part of class consists of a quick warm-up which includes stretching, core work, and movement drills. In the “Beginners Only” class, the warm-up is limited to quick movement and basic technique drills. After the warm-up, the instructor(s) will show the technique of the day, typical covering a specific topic of the week. The last part of class is “rolling” or “practical application”, depending on which class you take. The instructor will typically pair you up with someone who is more experienced so they can work with you and guide you through the basics of class.

Q: I’m not exactly in the best physical shape/I’m a little older/I’m a woman. When I’m in class, will I have training partners who will be willing to work with me?

A: Yes. Our students range from ages 15-40+ and are men and women of all different shapes, sizes, and levels. You will see that finding someone to train with that is comparable in shape, size, and age is not hard at all. We also have many higher ranked students who will be able to work with you in a way where you can be challenged, but still go at a pace that you will feel comfortable with.

Q: I’m not sure if I will be able to keep up with the pace of the class. Do I need to be in shape before I start taking classes?

A: No. As you participate in class, you will develop your cardio and endurance through the regular training. Weight loss, muscle development, coordination and overall better physical fitness are just SOME of the rewards that come from training Martial Arts. Also, you are welcomed to pace yourself throughout the class. We always want you to try your hardest, but we understand that, if you reach your limit, you must sit out at certain times.

Q: I’m just looking to get in shape/learn self-defense/learn something new and I don’t think I want to compete. Will my training be different/will I not receive the same attention because I do not intend on being a competitor?

A: Absolutely not. We understand that not everyone plans to be a fighter or competitor, but you will still receive the training and attention as if you were one of our competitors. Whether your goal is to lose weight, learn to defend yourself, or compete, the techniques and skills you will learn will always be detailed and relevant.

Q: Are there contracts?  Can I pay month to month? How much does it cost? Family Discounts?

A: We have all types of different payment options available. Contact us today to find out about all options. We pride ourselves in working with people.

Q: What is the basic etiquette while in class?

A: These are some general rules to follow during training:
-Keep your uniform clean
-Avoid foul language
-Respect everyone. The instructors are your friends, but you must still maintain good conduct. Show respect, get respect.
-Check your attitude and ego at the door. Bad attitudes will not be tolerated. Your first offense will get you sent home. Your second offense will get you dismissed from the school, permanently.
-Be on time for class (If late, ask the instructor for permission to enter class)
-Let the instructor know ahead of time if you need to leave class early
-Call or email your instructor if you will be absent for an extended length of time
-No shoes on the mat
-Refrain from horseplay, talking, and interrupting while your instructor is teaching.


 

 


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