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Team Seminar & Grading, May 2021

Team Seminar & Grading, May 2021

Even after 19 years of seminars, there’s always more to learn from Prof Paulo Guimaraes. His in-depth knowledge and understanding of jiu jitsu is second to none. Thanks Paulo for another great seminar last night, showing some really great submissions and defence...
Team Grading: our newest Blue Belts

Team Grading: our newest Blue Belts

Congratulations to our new blue belts this year who got graded at the Paulo Seminar in October, and our 20-year anniversary Roots seminar. Blue belt represents your first coloured grade in Jiu Jitsu, and with it, comes the acknowledgment that you now possess the...
Team Grading: our newest Purple Belts

Team Grading: our newest Purple Belts

Congrats to everyone that received a purple belt this year. Purple belt is the first belt that when a higher belt spars with you, they begin to take your skills seriously. It’s a belt that shows you have made a serious commitment to training and improving...
Team Grading: our newest Brown Belts

Team Grading: our newest Brown Belts

Congratulations to our brown belts who received their new grades this year at our 20-year anniversary seminar, and at Paulo’s seminar in October. There’s a saying in Jiu Jitsu, that a brown belt is a black belt in waiting, with a few minor adjustments that take time...
Team Grading: 5 New Professors

Team Grading: 5 New Professors

What started out as a supplement to my training in ninjutsu and boxing, has ended up defining me as a martial artist. This journey has taken me across the world to teach seminars in my country of ancestry, witness my students open up their own martial arts schools,...
Kids & Teens Grading and Daniel Rusitovic Judo Seminar

Kids & Teens Grading and Daniel Rusitovic Judo Seminar

It was a big night at UDA/Roots St George last night as several of our kids and teenagers got graded and the adults were treated to an awesome Judo seminar with Daniel Rusitovic. Congratulations to all the kids and teenagers on their new grade. You have all worked...