A martial art and combat sport that focuses on grappling and ground fighting. It emphasizes taking an opponent to the ground and utilizing ground fighting techniques and submission holds. Achieving a dominant position on the ground is one of the characteristics of Japanese Jiu-Jitsu.
Kids Jiu Jitsu is taught in a non-competitive, inclusive environment. Teaching your child that they have a right to protect themselves will give them confidence to last a lifetime. Awareness is a skill that can be learned and is the most vital aspect in self defense!
The word “Jiu-jitsu” means the practice of gentleness, and in addition to learning the moves, students also make changes in their characters. Jiu-jitsu focuses and calms the students, with the aim of making them better martial artists and more refined individuals as well. The movements of Jiu-jitsu are efficient, flowing, and circular, and it is a distinctly beautiful martial art to watch.
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I started training at P4P in early 2015 for Muai Thai but since then we started circuit training, weight lifting and meal planning. The P4P instructors are professional, dedicated and most importantly enthusiastic!! They show a lot of knowledge and experience for their craft with every session and push you past your personal barriers. I would absolutely recommend P4P in a heartbeat.
The time I spent working with the P4P instructors was probably the most productive I've been during 15 years of passive training in different disciplines. Being one on one allowed me to ask questions that I never felt comfortable asking in group settings. This allowed my knowledge of boxing, conditioning, and nutrition to expand exponentially. I highly recommend P4P for anyone looking to begin, or improve they're fitness lifestyle. Above all else, how cool is it to say you've trained with a pro fighter?
I can't say enough about P4P. This gym is top notch , with amazing , highly trained coaches to ace up your game / training.
My 8 yr. old son had been in jiu jitsu for 2 years now and what an amazing transformation on him with confidence and personality and outlook and approach on things.
This is of course due to the "Polished" tutelage and training of Renshi O' Neill and Sensei Trixie and helping coaches, Kate, Jay , Coleen and Fred. Your
sincere concern and countless dedication for each of your little ninjas are obvious. This why P4P/Body of Four are in the top 5 for best supporting school for competing warriors and they are the top in Ontario and recently in Buffalo , this gym won the most points .
The athletes are "Resolute". They respect all and fear none!
I brought my 12 year old son, Connor, to P4P to improve his fighting skills. I am very impressed with the P4P instructors. They give the training session their full attention and spend the session working on all aspects of the game. Connor's session with the P4P instructors not only involves strength training, conditioning and technique, but he receives many fighting tips that only a professional fighter could offer. The P4P instructors have a gift for working with kids and youth; they read the kids well, quickly determining their strengths and weaknesses. They don't coddle Connor but challenges him to put out the best effort possible. My son enjoys working with the P4P instructors and he has definitely grown in skill level, physical fitness, temperament and confidence. Whether you want better fitness or technique for you child, or even increased confidence and self-esteem, training with P4P is they way to go.
I didn't make it through my first fitness class at P4P. Out of shape, asthmatic, and generally ill, I was the worst case scenario for a trainer. Fast forward and not only do I make it through my sessions, but I haven't used my inhaler in weeks. I feel better, stronger, and sleep better! Even in a "group" setting, P4P makes me feel like I have my own personal trainer. They tailor the workout to my abilities, but still push me beyond what I thought I could do. My class is at 6:30am, a time when most people are just waking up; however the motivation to get out of bed comes from knowing that I'm heading to session that is worth waking up for. Now I can't imagine NOT waking up for my class.