Martial arts are meant to be the last line of self-defense, used only after verbally warning the assailant and then clenching your fist until it glows. Power up with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $49 for 12 jiu-jitsu classes ($100 value)
- $29 for six jiu-jitsu classes ($50 value)
- $149 for three months of unlimited kids' jiu-jitsu classes and a uniform ($315 value)
- $189 for three months of unlimited adult jiu-jitsu classes and a uniform ($405 value)
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BJJ, Inc. Fight to Win Brazilian Jiu-jitsu of Denver, NC
Steve Hall began training in martial arts at the age of 11 and went on to receive a black belt in jiu-jitsu from Master Royce Gracie, son of the style's founder. This particular belt was rare; at the time, he was the ninth person in the world to ever receive a black belt from Royce Gracie. Hall now leads Fight to Win Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, of which the Denver location is an affiliate. In turn, he's passed his skills on to Jon Plyler, a black belt who is the owner and instructor at BJJ, Inc. Fight to Win Brazilian Jiu-jitsu of Denver, NC. Like Hall, Plyer also received his black belt from Master Royce Gracie.
The gym runs programs for students aged 4 and older, teaching young pupils the most basic moves and mental discipline of martial arts and preparing older students for amateur and professional competitions. That's a realm in which Plyler is very active—he's studied both gi and no-gi wrestling and is certified as a referee by US Grappling and the North American Grappling Association. The team also boils the form down to the fundamentals of self-defense for those who simply want a few moves with which to protect themselves. Plyler is particularly familiar with those techniques, as he is a law enforcement professional and trainer.