BBJJ News: What’s New? Lots of Toys!!

TRUJITSU Kick off to Christmas toy drive.

Members from Various TRUJITSU schools United for a great cause and great time at the 2017 TRUJITSU Kick off to Christmas toy drive.

In attendance were members from Outliers Jiu Jitsu of San Diego, Blacksmith Jiu Jitsu of Ridgecrest, Delano Jiu Jitsu Club, Riveters Women’s Jiu Jitsu Club and BBJJ.

Unity builds strength, not just on the mat, but also in the community. This years event was able to generate nearly 200 toys that will be donated to families and children less fortunate.

Thank you to Everyone that was able to attend and make this event Magical and thank you to Mark Serda of True Sound Entertainment for providing the Jams!


TRUJITSU Kick off to Christmas 2017



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TRUJITSU Kids and Santa’s Helpers






Special Event!!

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Next Saturday.

Please join us and help support the Perales family. All proceeds go to Perales family as Isaiah is currently in the hospital battling Meningitis. Prayers and support are much needed and appreciated.

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Next Saturday at the Bakersfield BJJ Mothership.

4308 Resnik ct.


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BBJJ and TRUJITSU Unified wins big at JJWL

BBJJ would like to thank everyone for their hard work at The Jiu Jitsu World League World Championship in Azusa. Thank you to our extendended family from Ridgecrest, and San Diego. Unity brings strength, and the result was 2 well earned trophies and a great day for TRUJITSU United. 


Team TRUJITSU Unified  


Nick Grace of TRUJITSU-Ridgecrest Flawless victory


Ashley Areola of TRUJITSU-bakersfieldbjj Riveters


Roman Baker of TRUJITSU-Bakersfieldbjj 


Jason Perez of TRUJITSU- Bakersfieldbjj  

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Hide your Feet, Hide your Legs.

Defend your Feet! Continued..


Ok, once again imagine yourself getting ready to roll with an opponent that you know enjoys twisting legs and breaking Ankles. What do you do?


Here's a great idea? Pull Guard and play spider guard... ok just kidding.

That would be horrible. Actually every guard that involves your legs being upright and protruding forward is pretty much a bad idea against a leg lock enthusiast.


What guards should you play if you are on bottom?? Guards that hide your feet or allow you to hug your opponent's hips or torso. For example Sitting Guard or Quarter Guard.


However a common approach being used to attack the legs and feet is actually to catch the leg from a Guard position by using a hook to pull the leg or foot away from the body. That's why TRUJITSU rule #10 is important. As discussed previously, Always keep your knees in front of your feet when facing a leg attacker.


It's very simple, keep your feet behind your knee so it's harder for your opponent to reach your feet.


In addition to not letting your opponent grab your feet, don't let your opponent elevate and lift you or get under your base. This is another scenario that often happens when your opponent is playing X Guard. The Guard player lifts up the top player, scoops his leg, and then starts to attack the leg as he pushes the top players body away.


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