Training at Ares BJJ Luxembourg

The lessons usually start with a functional warm up, preparing one’s body for the course.

The course by itself can be structured in different ways: Techniques in a particular position, focus on transitions and flow, pure rolling, …just to mention these few examples.

Please take note of the General Information below concerning Training!


Why train with the Gi?

The term Gi, from Japanese « Keikogi » (literally: practice clothes) is the correct word for what is commonly called a Kimono (Kimono literally meaning « Thing to wear », which denominates traditional daily clothes in Japan).

 

The fabric is specially woven to withstand hard Training sessions.

 

 

 

In practise, you will discover that the Gi in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is an offensive as well as defensive Tool, by emphasizing and promoting on safety and technique.

 

 

 

The Gi allows a more technical and complex approach in Jiu Jitsu. By neutralizing many of your opponent’s advantages, it adds more profundity to your technique. Thus without a Gi, a stronger opponent can take advantage of his strength and a faster opponent can take advantage of his speed.  Adding a Gi, your opponent’s strength and speed can be handled differently with a good technique. In that way you acquire a higher technical consciousness training in a Gi.

 

 

 

Consider the Gi as a vehicle. The more proficient you are with the Gi, the better you will be in No Gi.

 


Schedule and Location

Our classes are held at the ALMA Academy, located in Dudelange, 7, rue Théodore Thiel.

 

Find them under www.almaacademy.lu


Class Schedule
Day Time Topic
Tuesday 19.30 - 21.00 (7.30pm-9pm) BJJ Basics Drill Class
Thursday 19.30 - 21.00 (7.30pm-9pm) BJJ Adults - All Levels
Saturday 10.30 - 12.00 (am) BJJ Kids (7+)
Sunday 10.00 - 11.30 (am) BJJ Adults - All Levels

Privates and other possibilities are available on demand.

Please show up at Time and Respect our Code of Conduct.


General Information

Please consider that a Dojo is Place with a Set of Rules that have to be respected. We invite all Students and Visitors to take note of and respect them. You can find our Code of Conduct here.

 

The Team administrators will inform you about the procedure.