What Is Excelsior Jiu-Jitsu?
Excelsior Jiu-jitsu of Zachary provides an integrated course schedule of learning through exploration, scrutiny, and self-reflection. Our classes combine hands-on experience with knowledge-based teaching – take a look at our offerings and contact Excelsior Jiu-jitsu of Zachary to learn more.
Jiu-Jitsu can be an intimidating sport. You will get sore and have an occasional injury. That is part of it. However, Jiu-Jitsu is real. We will teach you and prepare you for any real life situation that may arise. It is our hope that you will never be forced to defend yourself outside of the gym, but if you do we want you to be ready. To assure this, live training with a resisting or attacking opponent is a must. At first it is a little uncomfortable and your body will hurt in strange places, but you must keep going. Students that can make it past the first month have seen tremendous improvements in their health and personal lives. We will ask you to push yourself as far as you can today with the goal of taking one more step tomorrow. No matter your age, gender, or physical condition, you can accomplish anything with hard work and dedication.
Are You Prepared?
The word Excelsior means even higher. Our mission is to teach the highest level of Jiu-Jitsu. We want to motivate and inspire all who would chose to train with us. We want to pursue a Martial Arts lifestyle that will make every area of our lives better.
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