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!
Goodbye to great 2019! Here’s to an even better 2020!
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Congratulations to Jason and PJ for winning gold and bronze
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.
Technique: Ezekiel Choke from Closed Guard
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.
Welcome to the team, Chris!
Welcome our buddy Chris to the team! We are proud to have a tough crop of new white belts at Victor Huber BJJ. These guys have the courage to step into a new environment and commit themselves to what can sometimes be a grueling martial art. We look forward to watching your development!
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Royler Gracie Seminar – 2/23/2019
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Honored to host Royler Gracie for the 8th time at a sold out seminar at Victor Huber BJJ. Continue reading
Royler Gracie Seminar Coming Feb 23, 2019!
Royler Gracie, Victor’s master and jiu-jitsu legend, will be at Victor Huber BJJ on February 23rd, 2019. New beginner students will receive one free month of additional training with seminar purchase. Seminar is 3 hours long, 10am-1pm Saturday Feb 23rd, 2019. Cost is $120.00. Contact Victor to reserve your spot. Seminar is limited to 35 students.