Master Victor and Prof. Robert demonstrate a simple but effective armbar that starts with your traditional gi grips. Check it out and incorporate it into your game.
Master Rolker Gracie, son of Helio Gracie and head instructor of Gracie Humaita HQ, will return to Victor Huber BJJ for a 3 hour seminar on Sunday February 11th, 2018 from 10am-1pm. Spots are limited so reserve yours now. Drink your Jiu-jitsu from the source!
Congraulations to Megan for receiving hee blue belt. All of that hard work and dedication is paying off.
As a traditional Gracie Jiu-Jitsu academy, we train with the traditional gi (or kimono), the origins of which trace back to the samurai of feudal Japan. In addition, we also train without the gi on Saturdays. So come down to the academy next Saturday with your shirts and rashguard!
Victor Huber BJJ Academy weathered the hurricane with no damage to the academy. We lost a couple of trees and will need to do some cleanup and lay the mats back down. We will resume our normal class schedule beginning Friday 9/15 at noon.
Victor and his daughter Kayla spent the weekend with our affiliate school, Corbin Jiu-Jitsu in Knoxville, TN.
Victor taught a great seminar, teaching students from 7 years old to 60. We’re very proud of the school and the students Robert is building.
Everyone who has trained with Big Mike knows how tough he is. Already a judo black belt, Big Mike has worked his way up to 1 stripe brown belt at Victor Huber Gracie Jiu-jitsu. At 61 years old, he is an example that age is truly just a number!
Victor first came to the United States in 1996 to compete in the Pan Ams for Team Gracie Humaita. He returned to the States several times to compete and then settled in Jacksonville over a decade ago. He’s proud to call Jacksonville home.
We want to thank Master Rolker Gracie, head instructor of Gracie Humaita, for the amazing seminar rhat focused on his father Helio Gracie’s favorite chokes. We at Victor Huber BJJ are proud to represent the lineage of the yellow Gracie patch!