The UKBJJA has released a new policy for Junior and Juvenile BJJ. It is the aim of the UKBJJA Board of Directors and UKBJJA Council that this document acts as a framework and set of guidelines for the development of Junior and Juvenile Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) in the UK in a safe and enjoyable environment.
Documents • Apr 23, 2016 19:41 BST
A complete set of field tests compiled by Asaf Sitbon (M. Sc.) ad with the UKBJJA Strength and Conditioning Team. This is free for all to use to test their fitness and improve their Strength and Conditioning regime. Please send queries to the team at firstname.lastname@example.org. If the document will not download, try the direct link http://www.ukbjja.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Field-Battery-Test_2.pdf
Unstoppable Girl Campaign: getting females in the UK trying Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and making them unstoppable
Documents • Mar 25, 2016 21:03 GMT
Unstoppable Girl is the UKBJJA’s new major campaign called to get more women involved in the martial art of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Unstoppable Girl involves national women only training events, social media, an education and fundraising campaign to get girls and women involved in the sport. This document provides a complete overview of the campaign and its aims.
Documents • Nov 28, 2015 08:32 GMT
The UKBJJA is sponsoring the top male and female adult in each belt (gi only) to attend the IBJJF Europeans in January 2016. Check out the sponsorship opportunities for your brand here.