First off, my apologies for the delay in posting blogs. Most of you know, unless you have been under a rock, the focus has been more on creating content for the TjX show.
However that’s no excuse, so we will be updating more blog posts for the foreseeable future. We promise.
What should the first welcome back topic b?
Let’s start with TRUJITSU news.
What’s new? A lot! The best way to describe what’s new with TRUJITSU is by highlighting just a few of the many great moments shared by TRUJITSU athletes and affiliate academies over the last few months. Just a few, so here we go...
TRUJITSU Unified makes the podium for every category at JJWorld League. Again.
Delano Jiu Jitsu Club makes a wave in San Francisco!! Congrats coach Eric Juarez and Ryan Galvan and Delano Crew!
TRUJITSU Bakersfield aka BBJJ wins 2018 Season Championship after double First place Academy awards.
Michael Walker jumps up 2 weight classes and wins the IBJJF LA PRO!
Kylie Baker wins The AD Grand Slam London.
Excelsior Jiu Jitsu makes a wave at the IBJJF Orlando Open.
TRUJITSU athletes win Gold at 2019 IBJJF PAN. Congrats Ryan Galvan and Andrew Lowrimore.
Blacksmith JiuJitsu makes a wave at JJWorld League.
TRUJITSU Unified invades JJWorld League Fullerton (as seen on TJX Show episode 7) capturing trophies in 5 separate divisions. Thank you to all TRUJITSU affiliate Academies able to attend the event. Your awesome work and comeradre showed.
The overall message of TRUJITSU is about accomplishing goals with out needing to live an unbalanced life by neglecting responsibilities to train. Jiu Jitsu should bring balance to your life, not take it away.
Thank you to these TRUJITSU representatives across the country that are proving you can accomplish great things, and still live a balanced life.