new gi's are in!
sr beasts getting their stretch on
full jr program
another gold for Coach Shaun
Wade did excellent at his tournament
practising at home
tournament in Toronto
Ready for the tournament
working on our new studio!
Grappling Industries tournament
Jude received his first stripe!
reverse triangle @ Stratford BJJ
pizza party at the new studio!
friends who roll together...
technique is key
dancer by day, bjj by afternoon
promotions @ Stratford BJJ
food drive skills
new schedule at the new studio
Seminar with Prof Britto
day classes are underway
Jeff is another piece to our puzzle
Jeff comes with years of experience in BJJ. He took a long hiatus, but has been sticking to the mat life since we opened our doors in Clinton.
Dedicated married couple in BJJ
Matt and Alli are a married couple with three children. One who is in our junior program. They don't let their busy lifestyle neglect their training in BJJ. They both recently competed at the Grappling Industries tournament in Toronto and did amazing. We are proud to have them on the Huron BJJ Team.
Coach Shaun wins gold
Coach and owner of Huron BJJ, Shaun Gregory captured gold in the 2017 Grappling Industries Toronto for gi Blue Belt. He ended up submitting all of his four opponents.
Victoria Howard wins silver
Victoria is one of our most dedicated members, she spends countless hours on the mats. The sky is the limit with this girl. She won silver for no-gi at the 2017 Grappling Industries Toronto.
MMA fighter shows us some moves
Joel Paquette has been stopping by here and there. He came to run a nice wrestling-style BJJ seminar. He has been training for more than a decade in all styles of MMA and he's a great piece to our puzzle.
Our affiliate/family Stratford BJJ
Instructor and owner of Stratford BJJ, Ryan O’Shea, created our curriculum for the classes to train white belts, the first level of Jiu-Jitsu. O’Shea is a black belt who has been doing Jiu-Jitsu for 12 years. When the time comes, O’Shea grades all of the HuronBJJ members. Owner of Huron BJJ Shaun Gregory has been with Stratford BJJ since white belt.
The men behind the madness
Left to right, owner of Huron BJJ Shaun Gregory and his head instructor at Stratford BJJ Ryan O’Shea.
Casper was always down to roll. We miss you puppy.
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Great No-Gi seminar by John Toth
Coach Shaun attended the seminar in the summer of 2017 at Tecumseh Jiu Jitsu. John is a Black Belt in Brazilain Jiu Jitsu under Phil Migliarese. Some of John's accomplishments include: -2008 Grappler's Quest All-Star Pro Challenge Heavyweight champion -2010 IBJJF No-Gi Champion -2011 IBJJF No-Gi Champion -2017 Toleldo Open Ultra Black Black Champion
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Shaun and the Beast
These two go hard in the paint
Gregg trains with Coach Shaun two to three times a week. He recently received gold at the 2017 Grappling Industries Toronto for Blue Belt and silver for absolute. Gregg also just missed medaling at the World's in Las Vegas.
Coach Shaun's kids
Grayson and Gav are going to be teaching classes in the future, at least coach Shaun hopes so.
The Kid's program is blowing up
We currently have ten children ranging from 5-12 years-old. We are always accepting new ninjas, so if you have some youngsters, come give us a whirl. BJJ teaches discipline and is not only a form of self-defense, but it also teaches many life lessons that they will carry on throughout their adult life.
Teaching the youngsters is our pride
Here's 5 reasons why your kids should be training jiu jitsu. Problem Solving Skills. Children who are placed into Brazilian Jiu Jitsu learn vital problem solving skills. ... Discipline. Children learn discipline in BJJ. ... Exercise. ... Friends. ... Self Defense. ...
Huge No-Gi Seminar
Gi Jiu Jitsu is grappling with the use of a traditional Gi, which allows you to grab the clothing of your opponent. No Gi is grappling without the traditional uniform, instead you wear shorts and a rash guard. In no gi you cannot grab your opponent's clothing. To be a complete BJJ player, you should train in both.
Three Counterparts of HuronBJJ
Left to Right. StratfordBJJ head instructor, Ryan O’Shea, owner of WorkHorse Jennifer Fleming (place where HuronBJJ is located) and owner/instructor at HuronBJJ, Shaun Gregory. If you want to get in shape, you must try WorkHorse. They are a strength & conditioning training facility that aims to restore optimal function to the human body. Achieving general fitness and strength takes time, we start slowly and hope you will enjoy and respect the process by making it part of your life.
The good old days
Coach Shaun won gold at White Belt for the Windsor Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu / JJ Machado competition in 2013.