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BJJ Program

The BJJ Program at Attitude First is a submission grappling and traditional jiu jitsu taught by the Arizona State Champion and IBJJF No Gi Worlds Gold Medalist, Josh Stockman. Our small class sizes in a club setting puts the emphasis on training concepts and concentration on the details, so students can develop their own jiu jitsu.

The BJJ program is designed specifically around individuals that are 13 years and older that want to have a great ground game!

We also have other programs at Attitude First that work stand-up and other self defense situations:

Attitude First  curriculum to achieve the results of a strong, confident, and healthy student:



Our martial artists have the opportunity to learn the American Kenpo Martial Art system.  Kenpo is a self-defense system that incorporates hand strikes, kicking, submission grappling, and weapons with a realistic approach to defending oneself in a modern world.  They will exercise their skills by learning Forms, Sets, and Freestyle.  There will be ample opportunity to also explore competitions.



This class will help selected members achieve a champion mindset in their art and ultimately in their lives.  It is designed around providing experiences that will push the member’s comfort zone of what it takes to be a Black Belt. Please note: It will affect all five fitnesses of the member’s mind, body, and spirit. Members wanting to be a part of this class must be pre-approved (and stay approved) by Mr. Robinson – it is not based on age or rank, as much as maturity, commitment, and attitude.




Freestyle is an exciting form of training that allows the participant to use their skills in a competitive arena. Classes focus on the specifics of competitive fighting, forms, grappling, and full contact competitions. Freestyle is also highly recommended as a fun and exciting form of exercise and conditioning for individuals that want to get into shape fast (even if they have no desire to compete).




This class is helping Youth and Teens take on the additional responsibilities of leading portions of a class. They will learn about instructing students for all ages.