Aikijujitsu

Welcome! Aikijujitsu  is a mixed martial arts club that focuses on grappling arts, primarily Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and some Aikido. All UW-Madison students are welcome regardless of experience level! Brazilian Jiu Jitsu focuses on grappling, ground-fighting, and submission holds, and is very effective for both self-defense and combat. We also teach Aikido techniques such as striking, blocking, ground fighting, Judo throws, and joint-manipulation techniques. The club focuses on practicing techniques dependent on skill over strength, designed to be practiced by everyone regardless of age or size. No grappling experience is needed and beginners are encouraged to try!

Please note that practices on some days are canceled or scheduled at a different time. Join the Slack to view the full schedule.
How to join Slack:
DM us on Instagram (@aikijujitsu_uw) or ask us at practice.

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Fall 2023 Practices

Location: Nicholas Recreation Center Spark Studio (3rd Floor)
Tuesday 7 – 8:30pm
Thursday 7 – 8:30pm
Friday 8:30 – 10pm
Saturday 9 – 10:30am

House Rules

1. Show respect to yourself and others at all times.
2. Respect the tap and know who you’re rolling with.
3. Give coaches your full attention when they are instructing and follow their instructions accordingly.
4. Coaches reserve the right to decide who may participate in practices and can remove individuals from practices on the basis of recurring tardiness, aggression, or other disrespectful behavior.
5. Be on time to help set up and break down the room.
6. Observe basic hygiene–trim and file nails, use deodorant, shower frequently, etc.
7. Wear proper attire and be sure to remove all jewelry or other potentially sharp and dangerous objects from your person before participating in practice.
8. Come to practice with a positive, constructive attitude. Keep in mind that we are here to learn and improve, not to dominate our teammates.

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