THIS FRIDAY!!!! Don’t Miss our FREE Holiday In-House this Friday, December 14 at 6pm. A fun, friendly competition for EVERYONE training at Pacific Top Team!
New Class Starts Next Week in Corona!
We wanted to send a quick reminder about our new class starting Next week at Pacific Top Team Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Corona. Our women only jiu jitsu program will be every Monday and Wednesday at 9:30am.
If you have any questions, please reach out to us. See you on the mats!
(951) 662 - 0162
Was great to have Professor Boris and Professor Pollo joining us this morning for 2 hours of drills and sparring at Pacific Top Team in Corona.
Professor's Pollo, Boris, and JP have been good friends, training, and teaching together for many years. We were so happy to have them here sharing the mat with the Pacific Top Team students! Thank you so much for the training and the good time after!!
Do not miss Professor POLLO superclass on Friday, August 17th at 7pm sharp!
FREE and Open for all teams! (beginners friendly)
We will be holding an Intensive Martial Arts Summer camp Next month:
- August 6-10. Ages 10 to 15 years old
Students who participate in these camps will accelerate their progress to their next belt!
* All participants will receive at least one stripe on their belt for completing each camp (that's in addition to regular striping).
* Hours are 9-12 PM Mon - Fri, with the entire block of time spent learning advanced positions, skill drills, and advanced self-defense.
* Early drop-off and late pick-up is available.
* Cost is $125 per week with an extra $10 fee for early/late hours.
ENROLLMENT IS EXTREMELY LIMITED... ONLY 10 SPOTS ARE AVAILABLE IN EACH CAMP FOR THE ENTIRE SCHOOL!
•There is a $25 non- refundable deposit for each week of camp required to hold your spot.
Enroll now to save your spot!
Congrats Coach Felipe on the Bronce Medal at the BJJ Tour Championship in San Jose, California!
Best Number To Call:
(951) 662 - 0162
PACIFIC TOP TEAM BRAZILIAN JIU-JITSU
210 Dupont st . Corona, CALIFORNIA 92879
Every sport or subculture has its specific set of rules and etiquette. When you are first introduced to the sport and art of Brazilian jiu-jitsu, people will explain to you as you go.
Not knowing some of these rules of conduct will identify you as a noob and even worse, annoy your training partners.
Here are 10 important reminders of important Dojo etiquette:
1. Don’t walk on the mats in your street shoes. You transfer who-knows-what substances from the ground to the training area. This is important to prevent skin infections!
2. Cut your fingernails and toenails at the start of every week of training. I have seen people with toenails so long they could swoop down and snatch their dinner out of a lake! Don't scratch your training partners while trying to get a grip on their kimono.
3. Show up with a clean smelling kimono. Trying to drill techniques with a partner with a funky gi is really nasty. You probably need more than one kimono if you are training more than once per week. You need to allow it to dry properly in between training sessions.
4. Don't be the guy who purposely shows up late to miss warm-ups and spends an extra-long time tying his belt or taping his fingers to avoid the drills. It sets a poor example for the other students.
5. Show that you understand the technique being taught in the class before asking all of the what if he does this? questions. It is good to be curious about the counters and recounters, but let's get the original technique correct first!
6. If you have the flu or a cold please stay off the mats, especially if there is a competition coming up. You run the risk of getting all of your teammates sick before an important event.
7. Don't talk in the background when the instructor is teaching a technique. This is not the time for that hilarious one liner that just popped into your head. This is time to pay attention and allow everyone to focus on what the instructor is teaching.
8. Neither be a super stiff or a wet noodle when your partner is drilling the technique. You can drill with resistance after you have learned the basics of the move. How is it helpful if you are resisting your partner the first time they are attempting a move? Or just as bad, just flopping over limp when they try a sweep?
9. A big one many students have said to me: Don't go into the bathroom barefoot and then track who knows what bacteria back onto the training surface.
10. Cellphones in the training area are not appreciated. The class time is an oasis way from the rest of your worldly cares. Carrying on a full volume conversation or loud ringtones breaks the atmosphere of the academy and is disrespectful to the other students.
If you're interested in trying out any of our Adults, Women Only or Kids Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu classes, such as Tiny Ninjas, Little & Junior Ninjas, Teens, or our Black Belt Club Advanced Kids Martial Arts classes, please contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.org or 951-662-0162.
So, take advantage today of our,
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*Also serving Riverside, Eastvale, and Inland Empire greater area!
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