Baltimore Martial Arts Kids BJJ Competition Team compete at Junior Grappling Tournament in Virginia March 2011
Baltimore Martial Arts Kids BJJ Competition Team – Catonsville, MD
Baltimore Martial Arts won the AA Team Trophy, Iron grappler Cup (17 marches), 7 gold medals, 14 silver medals & 2 bronze medals. We won all of these medals in four different divisions including no gi, gi, absolute no gi & absolute gi. For Little Lucas and Big Ben, this was their first tournament. Little Lucas won 3 gold medals.
Baltimore Martial Arts Kids BJJ competition team competes in various tournaments including NAGA, Grapplers Quest, Copa Nova, Junior Grappling , the Good Fight and others. Our kids bjj competition team is available to any of our kids BJJ students that express an interest, show dedication and reach a level of proficiency through regular attendance.
Brazilian Jiu-jitsu competition is not for every kid, but our BJJ kids that do compete feel more confident about their abilities and their ability to deal with fear and pressure. Our BJJ kids also learn how to cope with winning and losing which is an important part of life.
Baltimore Martial Arts
Renato Tavares, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Master & American Top Team competitor and coach, gave a BJJ seminar at Baltimore Martial Arts in Catonsville MD February 19th 2011.
Baltimore Martial Arts has Brazilian Jujitsu classes for both adults and children of all ages. Baltimore Martial Arts is affiliated with Renato Tavares Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Association as well as Pedro Sauer’s Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Association. Master Tavares recently visited Baltimore Martial Arts to give a four hour seminar on Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu gi & no-gi.
Turn out for this seminar was amazing and moderately a challenge for our 2500 square foot mat. Teenagers and adults from both BaltimoreMartial Arts and Noel Smith’s BJJ participated. Renato gave a 45 minute question and answer session at the end of the BJJ seminar which was very enlightening.
We are planning another Brazilian jiujitsu seminar with Master Tavares sometime before the end of the year.