Kids Jiu-Jitsu

"Using no way as a way, having no limitation as limitation."Bruce Lee

Our kids program offers self-defense and Jiu-Jitsu for children ages 7-15. By teaching students different techniques and having them work in a wide range of common situations, they are able to make educated decisions, protect themselves and make physical progress. Grappling is not all fun and games and this incredible workout demands disciplined efforts if one is to make progress. It involves physical demand, mental awareness and coordination. Out of the effort and discipline needed to learn Jiu-Jitsu, children will learn valuable lessons about such things as humility, self-control and perseverance. They don’t learn these things by winning a game or receiving a new belt, but by self-awareness and control of mind and body.

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“Precision Jiu-Jitsu has provided the most professional and encouraging martial art experience possible for families. The kids instructor Chris Petersen has been a perfect role model, an awesome coach and has shown so much patience with the children. Precision’s schedule and facility is set up so the whole family can participate and grow in Jiu-Jitsu at the same time. One trip, one location everyone is happy! Awesome for a busy family!  Anyone that wants their child to gain confidence, focus & strength while having a great time has to check Precision out!”

— Jon Bower

“I have three kids that train at Precision. From their very first day, they were in love with a sport, finally! Rob Scheier is everything you would want in a teacher and mentor, and Chris Petersen is a fantastic instructor for the kids. Somehow, Chris manages to get through to them with his patience and incredible personality.”

— Dave Bonza

“So BJJ is not a team sport? Well if you ask my son he will tell you differently. Matthew joined the Precision Kids competition team coached by Chris Petersen and absolutely loves it. Coach Chris creates an environment that allows the kids to excel. He has the perfect blend of serious but fun which is part of the culture at Precision. These kids push each other every day; then support each other like you wouldn’t believe at competitions. Precision is simply the best!”

— Sean Dennin