White Mountain BJJ's mission is to provide safe, interactive, and realistic training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
We strive to help our students achieve success on and off the mats through our training programs, so that they may perform at a higher technical, physical, and mental capacity.
About White Mountain BJJ
At White Mountain BJJ, we have a true passion for training and teaching the grappling art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
We offer a BJJ politics-free, ego-free environment with an open door policy to anyone who has the interest or desire to train and learn Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Whether it be for competition, hobby, health and fitness, or just for curiosity. We encourage and welcome all people from all walks of life to grow with us and allow us to share our love of the sport with you.
Some Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have classes for people with no experience?
Yes! Our classes accommodate all skill levels, even first-time Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu students.
What Jiu-Jitsu styles do you teach?
Sport, MMA, and self defense style nogi styles are taught at White Mountain BJJ.
What do I wear?
In the beginning, a snug fitting t-shirt and athletic shorts/pants with no zippers are sufficient for our nogi classes. When you become more serious you may want to invest in a BJJ rashguard and shorts. For any Gi classes, a BJJ gi with a belt corresponding to your rank in BJJ is required. We have no rules or regulations on kimono color.
How many times do I have to train each week?
White Mountain BJJ does not have a specific training requirement. If you train one time per week you will learn some skills. However, if you train three or 4 times each week, you will learn at a much more accelerated pace. We understand that people often have very busy schedules, so we just encourage you to train as often as you can. We believe that training three times each week produces good results for most people.
Will I get hurt?
Our goal is to keep you safe from injury so you can keep coming back on the mat to learn! Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a full-body contact sports, and all full-body contact sports carry a risk of injury. Our priority is to provide a safe, friendly environment that emphasizes technical mastery and respect for the safety of training partners.