Professor Jeremy Akin’s No-Gi Berimbolo Video Featured on!

Recently, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black belt and Brentwood BJJ’s owner Jeremy Akin released an instructional video that details his No-Gi “Berimbolo” technique. This instructional video was featured by BJJ Black belt and Author Stephan Kesting in an article on Check out the article for more information on the berimbolo technique.

If you wish to see Professor Jeremy’s instructional video, it is available on youtube directly:

Professor Jeremy believes in staying on the cutting edge of Brazilian Jiu-jitsu tournament winning techniques! Be sure to subscribe to the Brentwood Jiu-jitsu youtube channel for more great instructional videos!

Stan Mabry - World Masters Seniors Jiu-jitsu Champion

Stan Mabry of Brentwood Jiu-Jitsu just returned from the Master and Senior World Jiu-Jitsu Championship in Long Beach, California where he became a two time World Champion after winning Gold, in his division and the open weight division.  Having submitted all his opponents, he was excited because the Pan-American and the World Championship are the most important events in the International Brazilian and Jiu-Jitsu calendar.  It attracts the most skilled and well trained athletes in the world.  Mabry’s World Championship win followed his Gold medal finish in the Pan-American Jiu-Jitsu Championship held in March of this year in Irvine, California.

The Pan-American Competition is the largest Jiu-Jitsu competition in the world with over 3,000 competitors competing over a four day period.

Brentwood BJJ Blue Belt Chris Grady Takes Silver at Dallas Open

brentwood brazilian jiu jitsu nashville tnCongratulations to Chris Grady on his performance at the 2013 Dallas International Open. 

Chris fought well and his dedication paid off.  He won the Silver Medal taking 2nd in his division after 4 competitive matches. 

Please congratulate Chris Grady on his excellent representation of the team! 

See the full Dallas International Open Results here

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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