We are extremely proud of Brian, Kyle and Rob for competing at the Jacksonville Grappling Industries tournament on January 30th, 2021. As new purple belts, it was a great test for Brian and Kyle. As a white belt, it was Rob’s first tournament but surely won’t be his last. His back take and collar choke in the finals was a highlight of the tournament. Congratulations, fellas!
Victor Huber BJJ ended a challenging 2020 by recognizing the hard work and accomplishments of our students. Congratulations! Let’s put 2020 behind us and we look forward to a better 2021. Oss!
Victor Huber BJJ hosted a women’s self-defense seminar on December 5th, 2020. As the father of 3 daughters, Victor knows how important it is for females to know effective real-world self-defense tactics.
In a chaotic and troubling world, it’s great to have a fellowship that only jiu-jitsu can offer.
Robert has been a dedicated student at Victor Huber BJJ for over 15 years and has been training Gracie Jiu-jitsu since 1999. With Victor, he has been assisting with teaching duties since purple belt. Robert recently was honored to receive his 3rd degree on his black belt.
2020 has been a difficult year for most of us but we took time to recognize all of the hard work Victor’s students have put in. Congratulations to everyone who was promoted!
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Congratulations to Jason and PJ for representing Victor Huber BJJ at the New Breed tournament at UNF. Jason won gold at purple belt. PJ, competing in his first tournament after just 5 months of training, earned a bronze medal.
Victor Huber BJJ black belts Robert and João demonstrate an Ezekiel choke from closed guard.
From closed guard, Robert (blue gi) breaks João’s posture by opening his elbows. While hugging his head, Robert grabs his own left sleeve with his right hand. He then passed his left hand in front of the face and throat, finishing the choke by pushing away.