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Self discipline is the virtue that makes all other virtues possible

The Roger Gracie Academy Buckinghamshire is the only full time Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) club in Buckinghamshire, We are located in the centre of Aylesbury close to the Bus station and train station.   
The aim of RGA Bucks is to promote the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu lifestyle and excellent ground fighting skills, coupled with superior conditioning to deal with the rigours of sparring and competition. 

We promote a friendly training environment that suits serious competitors or recreational martial artists alike. We welcome complete beginners or already accomplished martial artists looking to expand their skills on the ground whatever their background be it Karate, Kickboxing or Kung Fu we can add to their game.

As a full time martial arts club in Aylesbury we dedicate ourselves to bring the highest level of instruction for our students. For some, martial arts is a way of life and for others its a pass time to stay fit and healthy, either way if you live in or around Aylesbury and want to try a new exciting martial art then you should come and see us and try your first lesson in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu for FREE!!

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18 Califoria , Coxhill way, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP21 8HJ

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RGAB Membership

30 DAYS FREE!!
THEN:
£50 PER MONTH FOR UNLIMITED JIU JITSU

Pay as u go options available on request.

Call Kevin Capel on 01296 706006 or 07904 810640

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Classes at RGAB

DayTimeClass
MONDAY12.30 - 2pmBrazilian Jiu Jitsu All Levels
MONDAY7pm - 8.30pm Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Beginners
MONDAY8.30pm - 9.30pm Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Advanced
TUESDAY12.30pm - 2pm Brazilian Jiu Jitsu All Levels
TUESDAY7pm - 8.30pmBrazilian Jiu Jitsu Beginners
TUESDAY8.30pm - 9.30pmBrazilian Jiu Jitsu Avanced
WEDNESDAY7pm - 8.30pmBrazilian Jiu Jitsu Beginners
WEDNESDAY8.30pm - 9.30pmBrazilian Jiu Jitsu Advanced
THURSDAY12.30pm - 2pmBrazilian Jiu Jitsu All Levels
THURSDAY7pm - 8.00pmBrazilian Jiu Jitsu Beginners
THURSDAY8pm - 9.00pmBrazilian Jiu Jitsu Advanced
FRIDAY12.30pm - 2pmNo Gi Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
FRIDAY7pm - 8.30pmNo Gi Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
SATURDAY11.30am - 1.00pmBrazilian Jiu Jitsu All Levels

Latest blog entries

14/09/2014

BAMMA 16 RESULTS

BAMMA 16 is in the books ending with an impressive win by Paul Semtex Daley with a great liver shot knock out in round 2 over Brazilian Marinho Moreira da Rocha.
Full Results:

Paul ‘Semtex' Daley def. Marinho Moreira Da Rocha via KO (Liver shot, Round 2, 3:40)

Tom Duquesnoy vs. Ashleigh Grimshaw ends No Contest (Groin Shot, Round 1, 0:11)

Leon Edwards def. Shaun Taylor via KO (Strikes, Round 3, 3:30)

 

 


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17/08/2014

Training with an old injury – don’t let it slow you down

Training with an old injury – don’t let it slow you down

A Great Article From Forged Fitness

One of the most common problems affecting professional athletes and those who like to play sports as a means of keeping fit is dealing with injuries. In fact, it’s possible to sprain a ligament just by falling awkwardly and it’s almost inevitable that you will sustain an injury at some point, whether you like to run, play ball or enjoy martial arts such as jiu-jitsu and judo. Old injuries can be a nuisance, however, there’s no need to drastically reduce healthy, physical activities as a result, so long as you take sensible precautions and follow medical advice.

Sometimes, childhood or adolescent injuries persist into later life and adults may be concerned about the impact sports activities will have on them. Damage tends to occur in certain areas of the body, particularly those that are weight bearing, such as ankles and knees and those that help you move flexibly, such as shoulders, elbows and wrists.


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10/08/2014

Roger Gracie signs with One FC, plans to compete in both MMA and BJJ

From MMA Fighting 

It’s a done deal.

Roger Gracie has signed a multi-fight deal with One FC on Thursday and is expected to make his promotional debut later this year. The former UFC middleweight, who will return to the light heavyweight division for his next MMA bouts, informed MMAFighting.com on Thursday morning.

"I just signed with One FC," Gracie said.

He has yet to negotiate his first bout under the One FC banner, but he’s happy with the deal he’s got.


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