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Alpha Jiu Jitsu Academy Rouse Hill

Alpha Jiu Jitsu Academy Rouse Hill is proud to be different. We specialise in making you feel supported and valued, so you can train hard and accomplish your health and fitness goals, whatever they may be.

Alpha Jiu Jitsu Academy Rouse Hill specialises in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ), a self-defense martial art and combat sport that focuses on grappling, ground fighting, and submission holds.

BJJ isn’t just a sport—it’s a holistic martial art that enhances physical fitness, mental agility, and self-confidence!

Benefits of BJJ TRAINING

Improve Fitness

Improve Fitness

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) contributes to overall physical fitness, making it an excellent choice for both hobbyists and competitive athletes

Learn
Self Defense

Learn
Self Defense

BJJ focuses on non-lethal techniques, making it suitable for self-defense without excessive force. BJJ isn’t a magic solution, but it provides valuable tools for real-world scenarios.

Confidence

Confidence

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu involves both wins and losses. Overcoming setbacks builds mental resilience and self-assurance. Confidence grows over time as you persistently engage in BJJ.

Brotherhood

Brotherhood

Brazilian Ju Jitsu (BJJ) fosters a strong sense of camaraderie and community among jiujiteiros. Sharing struggles, trust, and collective growth, forming tight-knit bonds.
Mark Estrella
Mark Estrella
2 months ago
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I’ve been attending Alpha Jiu Jitsu for a month, and it’s truly exceptional. The instructors are skilled, supportive, and create a great learning environment. The sense of community is amazing, and I’ve seen significant improvement on my health and skills. Highly recommend!
Lester John Lustico
Lester John Lustico
3 months ago
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Fantastic experience at Alpha Jiu-Jitsu Academy! The classes are well-structured, and the instructors are passionate about teaching Jiu-Jitsu. It's a welcoming community where you can learn and grow at your own pace.
Noah Oliver
Noah Oliver
3 months ago
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Alpha Jiu-Jitsu Academy provides top-notch training! The instructors are not only skilled but also great at explaining techniques. The positive and inclusive atmosphere makes it a standout place for anyone interested in Jiu-Jitsu.
Elva Chandra
Elva Chandra
4 months ago
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Alpha jiu jitsu a truely thrilling experience and lesson to attend. It has very kind and attentive coaches and advanced but not to over the top drills and excersizes. Is has a time for real life sparring against other partners. Alexander (11yo)
Raymund Matabang
Raymund Matabang
6 months ago
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My name is Raymund Matabang & training under Alpha Jiujitsu Academy. Been training for over 10 years with multiple teams. I chose alpha jiujitsu academy because I felt that I can reach my goals (weight loss, better performance & camaraderie between each other within the team. So far I have lost weight & im becoming more technical with BJJ my techniques & loving the great vibe with my teammates & professor. I highly recommend everyone to join alpha jiujitsu academy. Young or old. It’s never late to start your BJJ journey. Oss
Nathan Webb
Nathan Webb
5 months ago
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Come train in the best environment possible for personal development and skill aquisition, Professor Xavier and the team of coaches have taken me from complete beginner to competing with full confidence. Alpha has allowed me the opportunity to level up with world class seminars, consistent training in a friendly environment and a community that is always there to help.
Mark P
Mark P
6 months ago
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My 12 years old son loves this place. He gained more confidence and self-esteem. It's highly recommended if you or your kids want to improve physical and mental skills.
Yochi
Yochi
2 years ago
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My son just started jujitsu classes and he is loving it. The team is friendly and professional. The kids are having fun and learning valuable skills at the same time. I would definitely recommend Alpha Jujitsu Rouse Hill.
Warren Pershouse
Warren Pershouse
7 years ago
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Fantastic Place to learn Jiu jitsu, become more confident and grow Physically,mentally and spiritually with some of Australias greatest Atheletes. Coached by the amazing Sales Brothers who understand whats required to make todays children into tomorrows leaders... Fantastic family culture vibe you immediately feel when you enter the gym.. Highly recommend you take yourself and your family to meet them, try it out. Honestly you wished you had come sooner... Jiujitsu is for everyone!!
Edward Robinson
Edward Robinson
3 years ago
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An exceptional martial arts school. The thing I like most about Rouse Hill's Alpha BJJ Academy is the friendliness of the people there, which makes every class a really good experience. Positive Quality, Professionalism
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Google rating score: 5.0 of 5, based on 47 reviews

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We have schedules available from Monday to Saturday. Please check out the date & timings.

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  • Our Instructors

    Xavier-Sales

    Professor Xavier Sales

    Head Instructor | Rank: Black Belt

    Xavier is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu 1st Degree Black Belt under Master Jean Jacques Machado. He is certified by the Australian Sports Commission and his approach to training his students is centered around the NSW Principles of Coaching. He takes on a leadership role while leaving space for his students to grow and develop individually. Aside from being a strong figure in the academy, he is also an accomplished competitor himself; he holds over a dozen national and international champion titles combined. He has won numerous awards namely, 2x Melbourne IBJJF Open Champion, 2x Sydney IBJJF Open Champion, Pan Asian Champion, 5x Australian Champion, 2x Pan Pacific Champion, 6x NSW State Champion, 2x QLD State Champion. His students get his expertise, leaving them skilled and ready to take on new challenges in life.

    Marie-Sales

    Marie Sales

    Role: Program Director

    Social exclusion and bullying in schools is one of the most traumatic experiences a child can have, I know as we have seen the effects many times. It can affect them mentally, physically, emotionally and thinking that talking to them everyday about it is doing enough, it truly isn’t. There are expert programs at Alpha Jiu Jitsu that help equip your child. Children who do not know self-defense, no matter the confidence they display will not be confident enough to stand up to an aggressive bully and amazingly a child that does know how to fight will not want to engage in one and can happily walk away without having their self-esteem brought down by the bully or be emotionally affected.

    Frequently asked questions:

    BJJ stands for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.  Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a self-defense martial art and combat sport that focuses on grapplingground fighting, and submission holds

    If you’re interested, you can explore BJJ classes to experience it firsthand!

    Tying your Jiu-Jitsu belt is an essential skill.

    1. Hold the belt flat against your stomach.
      1. Cross the sides around your back.
      2. Pull the belt ends to your front.
      3. Cross the right side over the left side.
      4. Fold the right side under the belt and thread it through the gaps created by the other end of the belt.
      5. You’re ready for action!

    Remember, practice makes perfect! 

    On average, it takes around 11 years to achieve a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ). However, individual timelines can vary significantly, ranging from 3 years to more than 20 years depending on factors like consistent training, natural talent, and competition experience. Keep in mind that the journey is as important as the destination! 

    Pinning techniques in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) are highly effective for control because they restrict an opponent’s movement and create advantageous positions. Here’s why they’re considered valuable:

    1. Stability: Pins provide a stable base, making it difficult for your opponent to escape or counterattack. Common pins include side control, mount, and knee-on-belly.

    2. Scoring: In BJJ competitions, pins (or “holds”) earn points. Maintaining control for a specified duration can lead to victory.

    3. Exhaustion: Pinning forces your opponent to carry your weight, tiring them out. This can impact their ability to defend or escape.

    4. Transitions: From a pin, you can transition to submissions or other dominant positions.

    Remember, mastering pins enhances your overall BJJ game!

    The time it takes to earn a blue belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ) can vary significantly depending on several factors, such as training frequency, consistency, and individual progress. However, here’s a general guideline:

    1. White Belt: Most practitioners start as white belts. The time spent at this level can range from several months to a few years, depending on how often you train and your dedication.

    2. Blue Belt: After achieving proficiency in fundamental techniques and demonstrating good understanding of BJJ principles, students can be promoted to blue belt. On average, it takes around 1 to 2 years of consistent training to reach this level.

    Remember that BJJ is a journey, and progress isn’t solely measured by belt color. Focus on learning, improving, and enjoying the process!

    In Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ), practitioners progress through a series of belts as they improve their skills. Here are the common belts:

    1. White Belt: The starting point for most practitioners. It signifies a beginner level.

    2. Blue Belt: Awarded after demonstrating proficiency in fundamental techniques and understanding BJJ principles. Typically takes around 1 to 2 years.

    3. Purple Belt: Represents intermediate skill. Requires deeper knowledge and consistent training.

    4. Brown Belt: High intermediate level. Demonstrates advanced techniques and strategic thinking.

    5. Black Belt: The pinnacle of achievement. Takes years of dedicated practice and mastery.

    Remember, BJJ is about continuous learning and growth!

    “Oss” is a term commonly used in Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ) and other martial arts. It doesn’t have a direct translation but carries several meanings:

    1. Respect and Acknowledgment: BJJ practitioners often say “oss” as a sign of respect, gratitude, or acknowledgment. It’s similar to saying “thank you,” “yes,” or “I understand.”

    2. Effort and Perseverance: “Oss” also represents the spirit of effort, perseverance, and determination. When someone says it, they’re acknowledging the hard work and dedication required in training.

    3. Unity and Camaraderie: It fosters a sense of unity among practitioners. Saying “oss” shows camaraderie and a shared commitment to improving together.

    In summary, “oss” is a versatile term that encompasses respect, effort, and community in the BJJ world.

    Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) traces its roots to Japanese Judo, which was brought to Brazil by Mitsuyo Maeda in the early 20th century. The Gracie family, particularly Carlos and Hélio Gracie, blended and refined techniques to create the modern martial art we know today. Maeda, trained in Judo, taught Carlos Gracie a hybrid of traditional Japanese Jujitsu and Kodokan judo in 1917. Later, the Gracie family developed their own self-defense system called Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. BJJ emphasizes ground fighting, leverage, and submission holds, making it an essential martial art for modern MMA. It revolves around the concept that a smaller, weaker person can successfully defend themselves against a bigger, stronger opponent through technique and leverage.