Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in Bohol
by ADMIN on 2012-07-30
Do you live in Bohol? Visiting? Want to learn the art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu? Your search is over! Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is now being served to you every Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays in Bohol.
If you didn't know, Bohol is the island that's right beside Cebu, east side to be exact. Bohol is well known for the Chocolate Hills, the Loboc River, the beaches of Panglao, and home of the Tarsier. Who knows, maybe in the future, it will be known as a breeding ground of high quality Jiu-Jitsu champions in the Country. Maybe these Tarsiers can even learn a thing or two and start choking tourists who get too close for comfort.
Deftac Cebu blue belt J.A. Uy (also known as Jay) is inviting people in Bohol who want to learn the gentle art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. J.A. has been training with Deftac Cebu since 2008. He received his blue belt from Prof. Alvin Aguilar on January 2010 and was part of the first competition team that Deftac Cebu sent out to represent the Queen City of the South in the 2008 Pan Asian Jiu-Jitsu international. In that competition, he was able to bring home with him a silver and bronze medal respectively for Gi and No Gi. In October 2009 J.A. and a few other members of the team were sent out to represent Deftac Cebu to its first international competition held in Bangkok, Thailand. In that event, he was able to win a bronze medal.
Aside from seminars of Prof. Alvin Aguilar, J.A. has also been to BJJ seminars by notable black belts of the art where he was able to meet and train with the legends themselves. In 2009, he attended a seminar by the first Ultimate Fighting Champion, Royce Gracie, held in Cebu. In 2010, he attended a seminar by 5x Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu World Champion, Saulo Ribeiro, in Manila.
J.A has been training with the best team in the Philippines and his accomplishments speak for itself. Having trained with the best Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu team in the country, he knows what quality training is and is committed to bring the same quality of training to Bohol. Now, his focus is on finding people who want to learn Jiu-Jitsu and share his knowledge and passion of the gentle art.
Intimidated? Don't be. Interested? You should be! He's a very down to earth and friendly guy. If you want to learn high quality Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in Bohol, this is the place to go! You can find his place at #117 Remolador Street in front of Kawaway Retaurant.Training starts 8:00 PM Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Check out the map on where to find his place.
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