Monthly Archives: December 2012

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GB KKNOX, 4 Lessons to Get You Started in Jiu-Jitsu in 2013

If you’ve got it in your head that next year’s going to be totally different from the outgoing one, don’t fool yourself: you’re going to have to put in an effort for that to happen. So how about getting engaged … Continue reading

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Gracie jiu jitsu , A New Year’s Resolution part 1

  A New Year’s Resolution Wall This is pretty much self-explanatory. Every member of the gym places a resolution on the wall. A great way to write a resolution is to include a reflection about your Jiu-Jitsu in 2012. You … Continue reading

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Gracie Jiu jitsu Knoxville, Sign Your Kids up for Jiu-Jitsu in 2013, and They Will Never Be Alone

  How about adding “give Jiu-Jitsu a chance” to your New Year’s resolutions? C’mon, try it out. At a good gentle-art school, your kids learn how to defend themselves, and by year’s end they’ve learned so much more than that. … Continue reading

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Gracie Barra Knoxville bring kids at Boys and girls club a better Christmas .

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Gracie Barra Knoxville took to the kids at Boys and Girls club several toys hoping for a happier Christmas. Professor Braga says ” that is the best gift I’ve got on this Christmas  a kid smiling, genuine sign of happiness”. … Continue reading

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GBKNOX , our schedule for Xmas and New years .

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Our schedule for Christmas and New years are available , I hope everyone have wonderful Holidays and see you back on the mats.

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Gracie Barra Knoxville helps bring kids a smile on christmas

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Professor Braga this weekend taught a seminar in exchange for Toys for kids,  Our seminar was a success, everyone had a great time at GB KNOXVILLE.   

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Gracie Jiu jitsu Tn, campaign to help victims from Hurricane Sandy

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MAKE IT HAPPEN Campaign After Hurricane Sandy devastated communities along the East Coast, families went umpteen days without power or heat and New Jersey and New York students were kept out of school for a week or more. Gracie Barra … Continue reading