at 4837 Auburn Blvd, Sacramento, 95841 United States
Cassio Werneck Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Academy
The Cassio Werneck Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Academy is the premier BJJ school in all of Sacramento. Cassio is the most decorated and accomplished BJJ athlete in the entire area. Our school is over 7,000 square feet and has three mats for various programs. Randy Couture, Frank Mir, Dan Henderson, and Urijah Faber are just a few elite athletes who have chosen to train under Cassio. Please stop by for two free classes with the world champion Cassio Werneck. Força e Honra! (strength and honor)
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You ever feel like the mats is the only place to get away from it all? Serenity...
I have done grueling workouts in a lot of sports, 100 degree weeks in football pads, to many suicides to count in basketball practice, training five days a week in BJJ to get ready for comp, even my job is high stress and physically demanding at times, but I tell you nothing has compared to working out with the Professor. Every time it feels like he is trying break my will and take my soul....and I'm barely doing half of what he is doing. That is what training with a World Champion feels like... Master Senior Worlds 2014
Jiu Jitsu cannot interfere in your life. Jiu Jitsu has to become a part of your life. Sometimes it will be a big part of your life and sometimes it will be a small part of your life. Whatever the case maybe, the key in Jiu Jitsu just like in life, is to find that balance. Once you find that, you will be successful... BOA!!!! Now go train. Cassio
Did you train today or are you going to train, if so where at? Rise and Grind!!!!
Adult Gi Fundamental class starts in ten minutes. Rise and grind. #ifyouarescaredgotochurch
On tap for today, open mat at 9 followed by kids/junior session at 10. We will finish up with Adult Gi class from 11:00 to 12:30. Rise and grind everybody, see you on the mats...
Adult No Gi is happening now. Time to train.
I started to hate the weights, the versaclimber, the kettlebells, the sweat, the mats, the grind, and then I realized I hated losing even more. OSSSSS Master & Senior Worlds 2014
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We have arrived!!! Master Worlds 2014
BOA!!!!! Greetings to everyone. Each week I will cover a couple of things I want to talk about revolving around BJJ. I hope you look forward to hearing from me. A topic I want to discuss today is the concept of "light rolling". So, when should you "light roll"? Well, there could be several factors for this: 1. Stress of work, family, etc 2. Small injuries 3. Complete exhaustion There could be other factors that I might have forgot but this is the general idea. Now, on to "rolling light" and how I feel you should approach it. 1. Never ask to roll light... Your idea of light might not be the same as your fellow student. It just doesn't work. 2. Light rolling doesn't mean picking a fellow student lighter or not as strong or lower rank as you and smashing him. That doesn't benefit anybody. Light rolling to me is your own concept. You make pick a stronger training partner and accept the roll, accept the positions and try to work through it. The same concept can work for lighter weight or lower rank training partners. This way you are going to work your skills, mental toughness and most importantly your EGO . During a hard time this way you still can figure out a way to improve your BJJ. I feel this is much better then not rolling at all. These our my thoughts and as always they can be open for debate... BOA!!!!NOW GO TRAIN Cassio