We believe Jiu Jitsu is the solution to most problems surrounding police use of force. We show cops how to train for real and look good while doing it, through technique videos, articles, promoted courses and the freshest apparel and gear.
Fights usually don't go exactly as we planned in the comforts of our training rooms. In real life, fights are dynamic and often end up in a number of different positions. Jiu Jitsu accounts for these dynamics. It's also one of the few arts that allows you to train against someone who is resisting you 100%, simulating a real encounter.
Jiu Jitsu is often referred to as the "Gentle Art," due to the fact that it doesn't involve striking. Instead, Jiu Jitsu shows you how to control someone using leverage, joint locks, neck restraints and other body mechanics. As a result, it is by far the safest martial art for both the officer and suspect, preventing the use of excessive force, injuries and lawsuits.
There's no doubt that cell phones and body cameras have impacted police use of force. While there may be times to use strikes and kicks, they still look bad in the court of public opinion. Jiu Jitsu, on the other hand, can be incredibly boring to watch, meaning less of a chance a use-of-force incident gets posted on the internet for all to see. World Star!!