Jiu jitsu requires many important physical skills. Jiu jitsu requires strength, balance, resilience, endurance, speed and agility. Students spend many hours developing these skills. Physical skills, however, are not the most important part of improvement. The most important skill of all is one much more elusive -- learning how to change.
by John David Emmett
Head Instructor Zenyo Jiu Jitsu Baltimore
Start building a new foundation. Learn new ways to think, move and react. Build a solid base of technique and skill. Zenyo Jiu Jitsu Baltimore is excited to announce the creation of its Foundation Program for new adult students to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
John David Emmett is a black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu with an interest in movement and the Feldenkrais method. He teaches at Zenyo Jiu Jitsu in Baltimore.