Over the weekend, Team Casarez students competed in the Newbreed Raleigh tournament and achieved outstanding results. In this competition, several schools from around the state travel to compete. Of all the teams, Team Casarez earned 2nd place overall in the Adult Academy standings. The standings for the team points are calculated by the amount Continue Reading »
If you’re looking for a one stop shop to meet all of your 2023 new year resolutions, look no further than starting your Jiu Jitsu Journey. Jiu Jitsu is not only one of the most effective martial arts for self-defense, it has also been proven to help with a variety of mental health conditions. In our Continue Reading »
On November 18-19, Team Casarez hosted UFC Fighter Miranda Maverick for a collection of seminars. The seminars included women’s self-defense, striking for MMA, and grappling for MMA. Miranda Maverick is a professional MMA fighter who has tested her skills in the most competitive MMA organization in the world, the UFC. She is currently ranked in Continue Reading »
8 students competed at the Tap Cancer Out tournament in Raleigh on September 22. Tap Cancer Out is one of the best local tournaments to come to Raleigh. It is competitive, well organized, and raises money for the fight against cancer. Team Casarez a lone raised $4,294, and the tournament altogether raised almost $100,000. We Continue Reading »
On the weekend of March 26 and 27, IBJJF hosted the Charleston Open in South Carolina. We took a total of 4 competitors to this tournament, Professor Tony, Ferny, Riya, and Troy. There were also three students from the school who chose to travel to Charleston just to watch and support their teammates, Henry, Devin, Continue Reading »
It’s a new year, which means new Jiu Jitsu goals for 2022! When creating your goals, make sure you are following these guidelines to ensure complete succes!
The FUJI Raleigh Jiu Jitsu tournament was hosted on October 24, 2020, and we had 13 students that competed and represented Team Casarez. For many of the students, it was the first time competing. It is always exciting watching students compete for the first time because there are a lot of emotions that come with Continue Reading »
As Lucas Lepri affiliates, all of our students were invited to attend the seminar hosted by the Lepri Headquarters on October 16. The seminar featured Gui Mendes, a 4X World Champion and current professor at Art of Jiu Jitsu Academy in Costa Mesa, California. For the students who were not able to attend the seminar, Continue Reading »
On September 11, we took 21 students to the Tap Cancer Out tournament. The event was full of exciting matches and team camaraderie. From the tournament, there are 3 clear takeaways that I want to discuss. 1. Fundamentals are Key! The first takeaway is that I noticed that our students had a different particular style Continue Reading »
Bullying can come in many different forms and no one deserves to experience them, but the reality is that it does happen. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu teaches ways to limit physical altercations through grappling movements and self-awareness to situations. Why is BJJ a positive solution to bullying? Providing confidence to a person when they are grabbed, pushed, Continue Reading »
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