STG JIU JITSU - St George, Utah

Setting a New Benchmark for Jiu Jitsu in Southern Utah
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Instructors

,STG Jiu Jitsu St George instructors are Gracie Jiu Jitsu certified, background checked and are CPR certified. We pride ourselves on creating a safe environment for you and your family to learn.

 

Charlie Gardner

Head Instructor

In 2015 Charlie received his black belt at Gracie Humaita Carlsbad in southern California and is a Graice Jiu Jitsu Humaita certified instructor under Royler Gracie. As a purple belt he began teaching both kids and adult classes. Now, with over 10 years of teaching he has helped hundreds of students better their lives with Jiu Jitsu. Although Jiu Jitsu is Charlie’s number one passion he has also dedicated his time to many other forms of combat such as Muay Thai, wrestling, boxing, and mma. His classes are remarkable due to his high level of attention to details, excitement, and dedications to students.

 

Gracie Jiu Jitsu Instrcutor at STG Jiu Jitsu St George

What is Gracie Jiu Jitsu

The Gracie family is a Brazilian family of martial artists who are credited with developing Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, a style of Brazilian jiu-jitsu that focuses on ground fighting and grappling. The Gracie family has had a major impact on the world of martial arts, and their techniques are now used by practitioners of all levels, from beginners to world champions.

The Gracie family’s journey into martial arts began in the early 1900s, when Carlos Gracie, the patriarch of the family, traveled to Brazil from Japan to study judo. Carlos was a small man, and he was often challenged to fights by larger men. He quickly realized that his size was a disadvantage in traditional stand-up fighting, so he began to focus on ground fighting and grappling.

Carlos Gracie developed a new style of jiu-jitsu that emphasized ground fighting and grappling. He taught this style to his family and friends, and it quickly spread throughout Brazil. The Gracie family’s jiu-jitsu was so successful that they began to challenge other martial artists to fights. The Gracies often defeated much larger and stronger opponents, which helped to spread the reputation of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu as a powerful and effective martial art.

Helio Gracie was a Brazilian martial artist who is considered one of the most influential figures in the development of Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ). He was the youngest son of Carlos Gracie and was a small and frail child. However, he was inspired by his older brothers’ successes in jiu-jitsu, and he began training with them at a young age.
Helio was a quick learner, and he soon began to develop his own unique style of jiu-jitsu. He was particularly interested in ground fighting and grappling, and he developed a number of techniques that allowed him to defeat larger and stronger opponents.

Helio Gracie challenged many of the best fighters in Brazil, and he won most of his matches. He also began to travel around the world, challenging other martial artists to fights. Helio Gracie’s success helped to spread the reputation of BJJ as a powerful and effective martial art.

In the 1990s, Helio Gracie’s son Royce Gracie competed in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), a new type of fighting competition that allowed fighters from different martial arts to compete against each other. Royce Gracie won the first three UFC tournaments, which helped to popularize BJJ around the world.

 

 

 Helio Gracie Jiu Jitsu, STG Jiu Jitsu St George
Little Ninjas kids Jiu Jitsu

What is Gracie Jiu Jitsu

The Gracie family is a Brazilian family of martial artists who are credited with developing Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, a style of Brazilian jiu-jitsu that focuses on ground fighting and grappling. The Gracie family has had a major impact on the world of martial arts, and their techniques are now used by practitioners of all levels, from beginners to world champions.

The Gracie family’s journey into martial arts began in the early 1900s, when Carlos Gracie, the patriarch of the family, traveled to Brazil from Japan to study judo. Carlos was a small man, and he was often challenged to fights by larger men. He quickly realized that his size was a disadvantage in traditional stand-up fighting, so he began to focus on ground fighting and grappling.

Carlos Gracie developed a new style of jiu-jitsu that emphasized ground fighting and grappling. He taught this style to his family and friends, and it quickly spread throughout Brazil. The Gracie family’s jiu-jitsu was so successful that they began to challenge other martial artists to fights. The Gracies often defeated much larger and stronger opponents, which helped to spread the reputation of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu as a powerful and effective martial art.

Helio Gracie was a Brazilian martial artist who is considered one of the most influential figures in the development of Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ). He was the youngest son of Carlos Gracie and was a small and frail child. However, he was inspired by his older brothers’ successes in jiu-jitsu, and he began training with them at a young age.
Helio was a quick learner, and he soon began to develop his own unique style of jiu-jitsu. He was particularly interested in ground fighting and grappling, and he developed a number of techniques that allowed him to defeat larger and stronger opponents.

Helio Gracie challenged many of the best fighters in Brazil, and he won most of his matches. He also began to travel around the world, challenging other martial artists to fights. Helio Gracie’s success helped to spread the reputation of BJJ as a powerful and effective martial art.

In the 1990s, Helio Gracie’s son Royce Gracie competed in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), a new type of fighting competition that allowed fighters from different martial arts to compete against each other. Royce Gracie won the first three UFC tournaments, which helped to popularize BJJ around the world.