About Myself

Welcome to my profile, myself am Louee and I’m a 3rd Strip Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Blue Belt holder and have a 15 years of freestyle wrestling & 10 years of gymnastic background

Grappling

Jiu Jitsu, like wrestling, is one of the best ways to develop functional fitness—a combination of strength, explosion and aerobic threshold that has a laundry list of positives that go beyond the mat. 45 minutes of jiu-jitsu can burn almost 700 calories, which helped me fit into pants that I “outgrew” (read: “out-ate”) just a few months after I started training. Besides fitting into smaller clothes, my strength got better even though I was lifting less. My three-mile pace got faster despite only running once a week. More importantly, I started to enjoy working out again

Wrestling

Freestyle wrestling, like collegiate wrestling, has its greatest origins in catch-as-catch-can wrestling. In both styles the ultimate goal is to throw and pin the opponent to the mat, which results in an immediate win. Unlike Greco-Roman, freestyle and collegiate wrestling allow the use of the wrestler’s or the opponent’s legs in offense and defense. Freestyle wrestling brings together traditional wrestling, judo, and sambo techniques.

Submission Grappling / Wrestling

Submission Wrestling, also known as Submission Fighting, Submission grapplingSport grappling, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Nogi Jiu-Jitsu or Combat wrestling (in Japan), Is a form of competition and a general term for martial arts and combat sports that focus on clinch and ground fighting with the aim of obtaining a submission through the use of submission holds. The term “submission wrestling” usually refers only to the form of competition and training that does not use a gi, or “combat kimono”, of the sort often worn with belts that establish rank by color, though some may use the loose trousers of such a uniform, without the jacket. Not using a gi has a major impact on the sport : there are many choke techniques which make use of the lapels of the gi, thus rendering them un-usable and grappling in general becomes more difficult when the opponent doesn’t have a gi to grab hold of.

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Self Defence

Selfdefense not only allows children to tangibly defend themselves against physical attacks, it also sparks various benefits to them in everyday life. Important values and principles can be learned, such as hard work, dedication, and perseverance, as well as the importance of maintaining personal relationships.

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Jiu Jitsu for Beginners

Jiu Jitsu, like wrestling, is one of the best ways to develop functional fitness—a combination of strength, explosion and aerobic threshold that has a laundry list of positives that go beyond the mat. 45 minutes of jiu-jitsu can burn almost 700 calories, which helped me fit into pants that I “outgrew” (read: “out-ate”) just a few months after I started training. Besides fitting into smaller clothes, my strength got better even though I was lifting less. My three-mile pace got faster despite only running once a week. More importantly, I started to enjoy working out again

  1. 5 Years of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Experience
  2. 3rd Stripe Blue Belt
  3. International Jiu-Jitsu Competitor
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Combo Training Packages

12 Days Training Sessions (AED 180 Per Day)

  • Day 1 : Grappling
  • Day 2 : Self Defense
  • Day 3 : Jiu Jitsu Essential Techniques
  • Day 4 : Mixed Martial Arts
  • Day 5 : Ground Wrestling Techniques
  • Day 6 : Karate Techniques
  • Day 7 : Wrestling

24 Days Training Sessions (AED 165 Per Day)

  • Day 1 : Grappling
  • Day 2 : Self Defense
  • Day 3 : Jiu Jitsu Essential Techniques
  • Day 4 : Mixed Martial Arts
  • Day 5 : Ground Wrestling Techniques
  • Day 6 : Karate Techniques
  • Day 7 : Wrestling

36 Days Training Sessions (AED 155 Per Day)

  • Day 1 : Grappling
  • Day 2 : Self Defense
  • Day 3 : Jiu Jitsu Essential Techniques
  • Day 4 : Mixed Martial Arts
  • Day 5 : Ground Wrestling Techniques
  • Day 6 : Karate Techniques
  • Day 7 : Wrestling

Contact Info

Louee

+971504563424

+971504563424

[email protected]

P.O.Box 487177
Office 404, Al Saaha Offices -B, Souk Al Bahar
Burj Khalifa District
Dubai, UAE

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