Top 3 Reasons Why Law Enforcement Officers Should Learn Jiu Jitsu

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Top reasons why law enforcement officers should learn Jiu Jitsu!

Combat Effectiveness

The effectiveness of Jiu Jitsu in combat has been proven over many years.  Trained officers can rely on the effectiveness and efficiency of Jiu Jitsu when dealing with violent individuals.  In addition to extreme effectiveness and efficiency the techniques and strategies of Jiu Jitsu can be applied without the use of excessive force.

How to take down a suspect?  How to avoid surprise attacks? How to defend against common attacks? How to escape from underneath an attacker? How to immobilize or pin a violent attacker?  These are just some of the situations that you will learn how to deal with by training Jiu Jitsu.

Stress Relief & Comfort In Stressful Situations

The stresses of being a police officer are massive.  Jiu Jitsu is a great outlet for relieving stress from work in a fun, healthy and educational environment.  Staying calm in stressful situations can be tough but is a necessity for reacting precisely and efficiently.  Jiu Jitsu teaches you how to stay calm in uncomfortable situations and to not overreact or lose your cool.  If we lose our cool or calmness we make mistakes.  Now in Jiu Jitsu those mistakes mean you get submitted but in the street as an LEO it can have some serious consequences.

Health & Fitness

Jiu Jitsu truly encompasses all aspects of fitness and promotes a healthy lifestyle.  Weight loss, functional strength gains, cardio gains, increased reaction timing, increased awareness are all improved by training Jiu Jitsu.

The benefits of Jiu Jitsu for law enforcement officers or anyone for that matter go far beyond what we’ve talked about here but these are some important reasons why law enforcement officers should learn Jiu Jitsu.

Gamblers Jiujitsu and Kickboxing Club is a proud supporter of our local law enforcement!  We invite all officers and first responders to come try out our classes for one month free.

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