WARCRY Martial Arts

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Fundamentals

No prior martial arts experience? No problem! Our fundamentals BJJ course is made for you. In this course we will start from the basics and work up. BJJ focuses on ground level altercations – utilizing holds, throws, blows, and a variety of submission techniques. This makes jiu jitsu ideal when learning how to take on an opponent who may be larger than you, without necessarily having to hurt them.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Fundamentals


This class is built for the beginner! It’s also perfect for the injured, those who think they may be over the hill in terms of age (you aren’t!) or for a good active rest day! Our fundamentals class is based off of our whitebelt – bluebelt curriculum. This class has a large emphasis on learning techniques, and practicing them through controlled drilling with a partner, as well as situational rolling. It’s a great entry point for those who feel a little intimidated with jumping in the water straight away. Once we build up your knowledge, confidence, and skills – you’ll be ready to tackle any of our other grappling programs.

Fundamental BJJ pairs intense moves with pushing, pulling, and pinning techniques – creating a fight that will take your attacker by surprise. Fundamental BJJ’s submission methods are no joke. They include the armbar, triangle choke, bow and arrow choke, rear naked choke, neck crank, and a sprinkle of leg locks. These are to be used as soon as you’re able to bring your attacker to the ground, quickly subduing them and allowing you to escape. In addition, BJJ often allows for a non-violent submission, if that is what the situation calls for.

Made for Real Life

While many other martial art disciplines are striking arts (like Karate and Tae Kwon Do), Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a grappling art. At first glance, this doesn’t seem like that big of a deal. But in practice, it changes everything. In real life, most fights end up on the ground. This means that all of those kicks and punches you mastered may not be as helpful as you’d hoped. Meanwhile, fundamentally BJJ is all about ground work. Instead of relying solely on strikes, BJJ primarily utilizes submission holds, chokes, take-downs, counters, and finishing techniques. After all, once a fight is moved to the ground, it’s much easier to gain control over your opponent.

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