Our youth program is designed to introduce self-defense, anti-bullying, and competitive martial arts to our community’s youth through techniques of Jiu-Jitsu and Judo. They are also encouraged to continue their growth off of the mats by completing (and being tested on) assignments and earning patches for their uniform by being outstanding members of their family, studio, and community. This is a Jiu-Jitsu Gi (uniform) class.
Our jiu-jitsu kids posing for a team picture with professor Chris and Coach Brent
Learning to train in two different disciplines leads to a more well-rounded martial artist. At Fulcrum, we offer programs that allow for cross training with California Karate Academy --our traditional martial arts studio next door. Cross training allows your child to get the best that both programs have to offer. In the karate program your child will work on their stand up striking and kicking, self-defense, and self-discipline. In the jiu-jitsu program they will gain an understanding on how to take the fight to the ground and how to apply various jiu-jitsu techniques to control a situation and finish the fight.
One of our jiu-jitsu cross-trainers belt testing in the Tang Soo Do program.