No Gi Jiu Jitsu, is exactly what it says, Jiu Jitsu without the Gi. Instead in this class people will wear a rash shirt, tights or shorts. Grabbing of the material is not allowed.
It is considered to be faster than Gi Jiu Jitsu and escaping is easier due to the lack of friction.
At Gracie Parramatta we are big believers that you should train BOTH Gi and No Gi as they both will help improve the other.
Your ego is your enemy, your partner is your teacher. Be humble and respectful to others
This is pretty straightforward do not wear shoes and sandals onto the training mats in the gym. Leave your shoes or sandals at the side of the mats.
This is another customary rule you must follow to have in your BJJ journey.
In Jiu Jitsu, arguably the best part of the class is the free sparring at the end, known as rolling. Here you get to practise your techniques against a fully resitenant training partner.