Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Gyms >> Nebraska

Finding Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Gyms in Nebraska

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Cities in Nebraska:

Bellevue (2)
Grand Island (1)
Lincoln (2)
Omaha (10)

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Budo Camp Location:Omaha, NE - 68164
Contact Phone:(402) 493-4733
Details:Budo Camp is an annual three day seminar that brings together martial artists from around the world. During this weekend of training, learning and fun, experts from numerous martial arts styles share and demonstrate their knowledge in specialized sessions. Previous instructors include: Dr. Ron Chapél and Professor Ryan Angell for SubLevel Four Kenpo™, Master Jim Corn for Kyusho Jitsu, Sensei Asa Seeley for Kung Fu, Sensei Gary Boaz for Aikido, and Sensei Shawn M. Steiner for Kempo and Niko Huffman - Systema, Sensei Jason Grayham Aikido .Budo Camp is a unique martial arts camp where participants come together with the intent to learn from each other while developing both their martial arts and their minds. The weekend accommodates martial artists at all levels of ranks, styles and experience. Budo Camp is an opportunity to meet open minded martial artists from a variety of styles to broaden your scope of experience. If you are an instructor interested in teaching at Budo Camp or if you have styles you wish to explore, please let us know.
Mick Doyle's Kickboxing & Fitness Center Location:Omaha, NE - 68164
Contact Phone:(402) 498-9592
Details:Mick Doyle was born in Dublin Ireland. His family has had a long tradition of fighters including his great grandfather Mickey Finn, the legendary bare knuckle champion of Ireland. Mick began Martial Arts training at the age of 7. From 1980 to 1985 Mick went undefeated and become the Irish Kickboxing Champion. For three of those years Mick was forced to fight in the adult divisions, even though he had not met his majority. His tournament and fight schedule allowed him to travel much of Northern Europe. On December 6th, 1986 at the age of 18 Mick made the decision to immigrate to the United States. He attended Bellevue University full time until 1988 when a position opened up at Saint Joseph Center for Mental Health where he became the Fitness coordinator for the hospital, it’s patients and staff. He also opened his first Martial Arts school in the same year called The Midwest fighting Arts Academy. In 1989 he met one of his childhood goals—being recognized as one the best active fighters in the world. He was ranked the number one welterweight fighter in the IKKC World rankings by Denver based World promoter Vern Stephenson, and later that year one his first World Title in Muay Thai. In September 1994, Mick won his second World title. The IKBO (International Kickboxing Organization ) based out of Emmen, Holland and run by Mr. Fred Royers. On April 25th, 1996 Mick was appointed Head Coach of the United States Muay Thai Team. In May of that year Mick traveled with the team to Thailand to train and compete in the Princes Cup World Championship. After returning from Thailand, Mick began to spend more time perfecting his Jui Jitsu and Grappling skills. Mick was introduced to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu by his friends Scott Thompson and R.J Nebe who were the first blue belts in the midwest under the legendary Rickson Gracie. Renzo Gracie came to Omaha to train with Mick at the gym as did John Lewis and Igor Zinoviev. In 1998 Mick wanted to test his new found skills of grappling and No Holds Barred fighting with a real competition and won the Budokai Bare Knuckle Challenge in Springfield Missouri. Also in 1998, Mick won the Grand Championship Belt at Bas Rutten’s U.S. Open Jui Jitsu/ Tough Man Tournament in Denver, Colorado. His last full contact fight was in Beijing China in 1999 as part of the first professional mixed martial arts fight ever done in China. Since retiring from competition Mick has devoted his energies to continuing his advancement as a Martial Artist and a coach. He currently holds the rank of Brown Belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu under Master Fabio Santos who is one of the highest ranking students of Rickson Gracie. He strives to teach people the life’s lessons he has learned from years of constantly challenging and pushing himself to be the best. The odds have always been stacked against him. From being blind in one eye, to immigrating to the U.S. at the age of 18, unsure of what his future in this country would hold. Mick has faced all these challenges with the courage and determination of a modern day warrior. . He is currently the head coach of the National amateur Mixed Martial Arts team and has trained more National champions than any other coach in the United States. To date, he has coached 37 National Champions and cornered 6 World Champions. His seminars and fighter coaching sessions and methods are among the best in the world. He has lived his life by the Samurai maxim “everything, everybody, outside of myself is my teacher”.
Omaha Kali Academy Location:Omaha, NE - 68134
Contact Phone:(402) 218-6067
Details:The most well rounded martial arts school in Omaha
Omaha's Academy Of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Location:Omaha, NE - 68144
Contact Phone:(402) 671-9263
Details:Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a martial art that focuses on the ability of a smaller opponent to be able to defeat a much larger opponent through the use of leverage and superior techniques. One is able to force an adversary to quit attacking through the use of various joint manipulations, joint locks, and also a variety of chokes. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu has grown in popularity over the years as it is also practiced as a sport where two people display their skills in an attempt to gain superior positions for points all the way to ending the match thru a variety of submission holds. The use of Jiu-Jitsu can also be displayed in today’s sport of Mixed Martial Arts. Traditionally, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is taught with students wearing a GI or Kimono. This is what the uniform is called that students wear. The art is also taught where students wear just shorts and t-shirt to give a different look to what may apply in an everyday setting. This is called NO GI as a student is not wearing the GI to train in. There is a belt ranking system in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu which is as follows: White, Blue, Purple, Brown, and Black. Each belt has 4 degrees or stripes within it that one achieves on their way to the next belt level. Students should expect to be very patient when it comes to promotion in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu as many practitioners take 10 to 12 years to obtain a black belt. This is a very brief explanation of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu to give one a basic understanding of what we do here.
Premier Combat Center Location:Omaha, NE - 68137
Contact Phone:(402) 453-4448
Details:Established in 2009, Premier Combat Center is a one-of-kind facility that specializes in martial arts that are realistic and effective for fitness, self defense, and competition. Founded by professional MMA competitors and instructors, Premier Combat Center is home to several current and veteran competitors of the UFC, StrikeForce, Bellator, Titan Fighting, Victory Fighting Championship (VFC), and many more. With over 4000 square feet of mat space, a full size Octagon cage, a full size Boxing ring, numerous heavy bags, a wide array of free weight equipment, treadmills, and a TRX suspension training system, Premier Combat Center has all the equipment necessary to learn martial arts, or to take your training to the next level. Our facility is over 6000 square feet total, and is equipped with Men's and Women's Locker Rooms with showers. With programs in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ), Boxing, and Kids Martial Arts, we have something for everyone, from the beginner, to the competitor. Our curriculum based programs will provide you with an excellent system for self defense and/or competition, while fostering overall self discipline and personal development; we support the needs of our students’ physical and mental development. At Premier Combat Center, we are committed to providing our students with the most advanced and effective martial arts instruction and training methods in the Midwest.