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Chris Arick reviewed Supremacy Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
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If you have a child and considering getting your him or her into Supremacy BJJ, do it. My daughter loves it! She is getting strong, knows respect, and shows more confidence because of Supremacy BJJ. Coach Cody does such a great job with the kids with instruction and the classes are always safe under his supervision. I literally cannot get this girl to stop wanting to learn more. She loves it! Thank you Supremacy BJJ.

Crystal Vanessa Demopoulos reviewed Supremacy Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
5
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The most welcoming school in the area! Very clean and professional. The school has such an encouraging environment for all ages and genders. In fact my own sister has gone and trained there.. It's hard to find a place that welcomes you with open arms like they do!!

Leonard Panzitta reviewed Supremacy Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
5
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World class professor and school. Supremacy provides the proper instruction and direction to help you develop and grow your Jiu Jitsu skills. From children to adults, it's a family atmosphere. All students receive the attention that they need, from beginners to the most skilled. You won't be disappointed. I've been training at Supremacy for 3 years and going strong.

Diane Nelson Purvis reviewed Supremacy Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
5
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My son Matthew is 15 and he loves coming here, training is incredible, one of the best decisions we have made! The instructors are very helpful and knowledgeable and they make the lessons fun. They break the techniques down and are willing to review them with the students until they feel comfortable with and understand them. The environment is always a friendly and welcoming one.

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Growing into Your New Belt

When you get that new promotion that you’ve sought after; whether it be you or your child, there will be growing pains. When you move up in rank, the competition from everyone ranks up as well. I experienced this when I first moved to the CAP class full time. I thought I was doing well for a white belt against the upper belts, but then I was promoted to blue belt and my whole perspective shifted. I thought that there was going to be a huge burden on my shoulders to perform well as the fresh blue belt in my group of white belts, but there wasn’t. They have all been supportive and make me better every day. I have noticed; however, there are some responsibilities that I have seen at any new rank. These responsibilities are to keep learning, to do the best you can in your training and as a person, and have fun. That’s it. You don’t have to know everything or be the best in the world, just do what you can. When you get tapped by a lower belt, see it as an opportunity to grow by analyzing the mistake made and correct it for next time. Even when the time is near, you shouldn’t worry about when you are promoted, that is the job of your professor. If they think you are ready, you are ready. Also, never forget, there are peaks and valleys in Jiu Jitsu. If you have a bad day, that’s okay, just keep pushing. If you think you aren’t good enough and want to quit, talk to your instructor or your Jiu Jitsu friends about how you feel. Almost everyone one of them, that I have found, have felt the same way at one time. Don’t get discouraged, just keep training and I know you’ll be able to break through and succeed.