Twice A Blue Belt

“-BJJ is a marathon not a sprint” I’ve trained and competed regularly now for nearly two years and recently received my blue belt … for the second time. Fifteen years ago I gave up jiujitsu to focus on my final years of high school.  This was only shortly...

Little Pat’s Big Lessons of (BJJ) Life

  I am sure I am not the only one on this journey. Eat, Work, Roll repeat. Well at least I was. The year 2018 was a year full of injuries; some self-inflicted, some freak accidents. I was dreaming of BJJ all the time; new techniques, better positions I could be...

A Doctor’s Jiujitsu Journey

There are many reasons to train BJJ – the fitness, self-defence, meeting great people, and the fact that it’s just really good fun. My brief journey has already taught principles that apply beyond the mats, in particular about knowing how I handle stressful...

Jiujitsu’s Role in Mastering the Matrix

Kaizen Lab Jiujitsu’s Head Coach, Brandon Chin, was proud to facilitate the first ever practical workshop of its kind in Western Australia. Brazilian Jiujitsu is known for its practical approach to self defence but its lesser known qualities of team building, problem...

Stress Relief For Men

Why All Men Should Train BJJ Our Answer to Modern Stress Relief, Weight Loss and Positive Social Interaction Much, Much More! Kaizen Lab Jiujitsu’s men’s BJJ program is so much more than just learning self defence. It’s a social event, team sport, fitness class and...