Kids and BJJ competition
First of all, the competition should be fun. We also encourage parents to communicate with their children about the ups and downs of competition and what life lessons can be learned through the training.
At Ribeiro Jiu Jitsu we understand that kids have a lot of activities going on in their lives, however students must be consistent in their training before considering registering for a championship.
Showing up to the classes, showing heart, learning and practising techniques, drilling and rolling with team mates are very important to get ready to compete.
Regardless of the outcome of the day, we expect the children to have fun and we make sure to let them how proud we are of them.
It can be a huge experience on how to deal with pressure, problem solving, and adversity. It’s an amazing way for them to learn, gain mental toughness, and have fun showing off their Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
We also recommend to always talk to the coaches before registering for any competition. If you have any questions or concerns please let us know.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu can promote the child's development, not only physically but also the socially and emotionally.
Participating in Bjj classes in a balanced, safe and adapted manner can help your child cope and accept delicate emotions.
Our academy follows the 6 blades philosophy: Family, Discipline, Respect, Attitude, Loyalty and Honour.
The kids learn the best way to defend against the bullies and without get in trouble. They will learn how control the opponents, takedown, keep the top position and get out of the bottom position until an adult helps out.
Please contact us if you need more information about our classes for kids from 2 years old.
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