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Nino Schembri began training in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu at age five under his teachers Marcelo and Silvio Behring in Nova Ipanema, Rio de Janiero, Brazil. He began his elite training at age thirteen under Jorge Pereira who helped develop the early stages of his game. As a blue belt at age eighteen, he moved to […]MORE INFO
Jason started martial arts at the age of twelve to learn to defend himself. After wrestling in high school and junior college, Jason received his black belt in jiu jitsu in 2014. Jason sees jiu jitsu as a way of life and loves to pass any type of positive knowledge on to the next generation. […]MORE INFO
“For centuries Jiu Jitsu’s sophisticated fighting techniques were a closely-guarded secret of monks, Samurai and royal families. But over the past 20 years, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) has been spreading across the globe. What may surprise people is that Jiu Jitsu is about much more than kicking butt — it is a phenomenal people builder and path to Zen. BJJ black belt and journalist Frank Curreri offers his vision for elevating this life-changing art to the next level and making the world a better place.”MORE INFO
“The new generation of BJJ may not be as familiar with Nino. He is one of the all time greats and did Rubber Guard before anyone even knew what it was or had a name for it. The gogoplata, yeah, he invented that. He’s known for his omoplatas and love of Elvis and he leads a really fun class with a truly personal touch.”MORE INFO
“Actually I haven’t followed the BJJ scene much. But been checking it out here and there. I don’t know much of the top BJJ guys today and that makes me feel like a dinosaur. The top BJJ guys in my day were Nino Schembri, Fabio Gugel, Mario Sperry, Marcio Fetosia, The Gracies, Bustamante, Liborio, etc. […]MORE INFO
“It’s growing together with your Jiu-Jitsu family and learning how to walk off the mat with a little more self-confidence than before that is important. Belts are a part of it, and they are nice to receive. But if that’s all you’re after, you can actually just go and buy one. You can’t really buy […]MORE INFO