Stan "The Man" Mabry Once Again Shows Brentwood BJJ Builds World Champions

Congratulations to Stan "The Man" Mabry on his performance at the 2014 IBJJF Master Worlds.  Stan brought home the GOLD in his weight division and SILVER in the open weight.  Stan was promoted to Brown belt on the podium by Professor Jeremy Akin.

Way to go, STAN!  Stan's performance goes to showcase the Brentwood Brazilian Academy's commitment to building World Champion BJJ practitioners!

 

Brentwood Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Academy Competitors Represent At The IBJJF 2014 Worlds!

Professor Jeremy Akin and Brentwood BJJ Academy Competitors Chris Grady, Ethan Fromme, Justin Martinez and Miles Kirby traveled to California to represent the Academy at the IBJJF 2014 Worlds tournament.  Each competitor faced deep divisions and represented our team with exciting matches!  These guys have worked tremendously and sacrificed much throughout their training camp to reach the echelon necessary to participate in this caliber of competition.  With Professor Jeremy's instruction, coaching and guidance, these atheletes gave their all and showcased what you can achieve when you remain dedicated and put in 100% hard work! 

Brentwood Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Academy's Free Demonstration at Crieve Hall Elementary

This past Saturday April 12 at Crieve Hall Elementray, Professor Jeremy Akin, Coach Eron Johnsey and Coach Ethan Fromme conducted a demonstration for children who were interested in learning Brazilian Jiu-jitsu.  Everyone had a blast at this intoductory lesson into the journey of Brazilian Jiu-jitsu!

If you are interested in having the Brentwood Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Demonstration Team come and visit your child's school, please drop us a line at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

  

See what our students are saying

Just had my first Jiu-Jitsu competition over the weekend in the ATL. When I first decided to compete saying I was nervous would be an understatement, I haven't competed in a tournament since high school wrestling over 20 years ago. All kinds of negative thought where going through my head. With Professor Jeremy and the rest of my Jiu-Jitsu brothers and sisters we where able to put a game plan together. The closer we got to the tournament the less worried I was about winning or losing because I was just focused on executing what we practiced. Other than some performance anxiety I felt as ready as I could be, win or lose. I can't thank Professor Jeremy and the rest of our family enough for drilling with me,  trouble shooting, staying late, answering questions, and teaching me new techniques. But what I am most thankful for is for what all those things gave me....the state of mind when the match started to think "hey, do your best, if things aren't going your way, roll with it, do your best to get out, your team is still behind you 100%" I can't thank you guys enough for the feeling that gave me to be able to think like that. If you are physically able to compete in a tournament, even if its just once, I definitely recommend it, the experience is well worth it. And I couldn't be happier to share this experience with everyone at Brentwood Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, I love you guys. Osssss!

Tony E., Franklin, TN

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