Arsenal Teens BJJ
The Arsenal Teens BJJ program is centered around the appreciation of the fundamentals of BJJ and exposes students to intermediate concepts of the martial art including take-downs, submissions, chokes, joint locks overall strategy of a fight.
In each class, kids will learn a new technique and it's application in a fight, proper form, and conditioning in a safe and fun small group environment.
Arsenal Combat Sports 1808 Sportman Lane Huntsville, Alabama
Tuesday 5:30 pm
Thursday 5:30 pm
Saturday 10 am
$25 Registration fee
Arsenal Teens (12+)
Tuesday & Thursday 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Saturday (Open Mat)
Weekly small group classes
Custom gis available
No testing fees
Library of techniques to practice at home
Seminars (stretching, nutrition & safety)
Additional activities and social events
Online sign-up/registration and payments
What you can expect:
We develop a foundation for the study and appreciation of martial arts.
We build confidence, resilience, and humility through supportive competition.
We reinforce a healthy mind, body, and community mentality.
We enforce rules and respect for the mat and peers to build self-discipline.
We cultivate problem-solving skills and reward hard work and determination.
We encourage each other in training and celebrate each other in victory.
Space is limited
We strive to create and promote an inclusive, healthy and safe community through the study of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
Located in Huntsville, Alabama, Arsenal BJJ was founded to provide a community-focused space to grow the passion for BJJ and grappling for competition and self-defense in the Madison County area.
Owner/Head Instructor, Dr. Brian F. Moore is a brown belt and an 20-year practitioner of the art under 5th-degree black belt and Team Big Brothers co-founder, Master Leo Dalla of Washington, D.C.
BJJ is the most effective fighting system in the world. 90% of fights end up on the ground. No matter your skill level or strategy when standing, once a fight goes down, your ground game is the last line of defense. Today, you can see from the UFC match to the school-yard fight the importance of handling yourself on the ground.
BJJ is also known as the “gentle art”, allowing a smaller, weaker person to use leverage and submissions to defend himself against a bigger unskilled opponent.
BJJ is great for kids, building the confidence and self-discipline of martial art, with an even greater focus on problem-solving, strategy and preparation.