Gracie Philosophy

Why Kids Quit Jiu-Jitsu

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Q. I started Jiu-Jitsu back in like 2005 maybe. Jordan was a Blue Belt way back then. He was always cool, like everyone there - a great teacher with specific feedback. I used to go to the one on Carson blvd, then followed the move to Artesia blvd. But it was getting too pricy for me, sadly.. And the other - more affordable Jiu-Jitsu schools, were not near the level of passion when it came to learning. I am so grateful for this internet seminar. I can't wait to get my son and daughter dialed in for the long-haul with the help, input and advise of this topic. I too am a teacher, and I totally agree - parents coaching on the side or afterwards on the way home is filled with the correct intentions, but can suck the joy, inspiration and desire out of the child.
K. Sheikh (4/17/2020 10:54 PM)
A. Great to hear from you. Visit us at the new location on Carson. Thanks for your continued commitment to Gracie jiu-jitsu!
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Q. Great video.
Vash1202 (7/26/2019 3:13 PM)
A. Thank you for the feedback!
Q. I heard the mention of games for the last 15 mins of the kids class. What are some games you utilize that I can use for my kids classes?
sche27 (3/19/2019 1:29 PM)
A. There are so many. Do a YouTube search!
Q. How do you handle when a child inside the class is taking what the techniques they learn and bullying other kids? How do you correct this?
Gatesmachine0811 (12/9/2018 11:46 PM)
A. That can be a challenge. They either change their ways or they're out.
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