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More Than a Clothing Company-É Nois Clothing

É Nois Clothing is more than a clothing company. Based in Los Angeles, California they are craftsmen who pride themselves on unique design, and creating their own pieces. But great product aside- they are truly working to making Brazilian Jiu Jitsu for the people. The campaign #BUYONEGIVEONE was the brainchild […]


Girls in Gis Louisiana Chapter Grand Opening Recap and Photos

November 5, 2016 , our 2nd event in Louisiana, marked the official opening of our first charter in the Gulf South.  This is a big step for GIG as we continue to expand across the country bringing the females of the mats together.  The event featured four hosts representing schools […]


The Mental Art of Jiu Jitsu

The gentle art of Jiu Jitsu takes more than a physical toll on its practitioners.  The mental aspect of training, and competing is one that athletes are constantly trying to overcome.  One such practitioner is Australian- Tina West of Fortitude Wellbeing.  She is a blue belt under David Marinakis and […]


A Family That Trains Together Stays Together-Gaby Muller

There is no bond stronger than the family unit and the stronger that family unit the more anything is possible. Just like Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) is as much of an individual sport, it takes a team to make that individual. The Jimenez-Muller household is one of those prime examples of where you see these […]


Meet the host of Girls in Gis Colorado Denver: Amy Fidelis,Mary Hatcliff, Kim Allen and Julie Hoponick

Girls in Gis Colorado is set to host it’s next event in Denver at Easton Training Center. The place where it all started! We are honored to have four amazing hosts representing Easton Training Center. Black belt Julie Hoponick and purple belts Amy Fidelis,Mary Hatcliff and Kim Allen will be our guest […]


Meet the host of Girls in Gis Texas Farmers Branch-Desarai Meyer

  Desarai Meyer, Des or Desi as her friends call her grew up throughout the Midwest and East coast in places like Indiana, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Oklahoma, and she currently resides in Texas. When Desi isn’t on the mats, she works as an administrative assistant for a surgical center or you will […]


Love the person I’ve become because I fought to become her 3

The Olympic Games really had me thinking about a variety of things this year. I have always wanted to be in the Olympics.  I love to swim, but I am no Michael Phelps. In high school when we did our gymnastic portion of P.E. my teacher told me that I […]


The History of the Shaka and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Although all  Martial Arts have traditions, have a legacy and have a rich history, no two Martial Arts are alike. There are many aspects of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) that separate it from the rest.  Could it be the fact that it is the most effective martial art when it comes […]


Breaking the Cycle with Jiu-Jitsu: Beth Thrasher

The women of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu are known to create a community of encouragement for one another. Beth Thrasher of Jackson, Mississippi a purple belt under Joe Savion has taken it a step further. Wingfield High School is home to Vector Jiu Jitsu, the passion project of Beth and her […]