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    Richmond, Virginia's BJJ home     2125 Staples Mill Road
    Richmond VA 23230
    (804) 657-7461

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Interested in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu?
We have a comprehensive 8 week no-gi introductory program available, and a brand new 6 week gi BJJ intro program catered specifically for beginners.  We are now accepting reservations for our intro programs for summer and fall of 2014, so contact us right away to reserve your spot before these programs sell out!  We also have separate classes for more advanced students.  With access to an unprecedented 44 classes per week, Revolution BJJ has something to offer even the most eccentric schedule.

Interested in Muay Thai Kickboxing?
Our introductory 8 week program for kickboxing will give you all of the tools to join in with the experienced students.  Reserve your spot here or find out more about the remainder of 2014′s upcoming sessions!


736A24776 week BJJ Gi intro program – Starts June 24th 6 PM Ends July 31st

This 6 week program will cover the basics of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) in the gi! Classes will meet at 6 PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays. 

The lesson on Tuesday will be repeated on Thursday, so if you can make it to both days, you’ll be able to get a second look at the same basic lesson. If you can’t make it one day or the other, you wont’ be behind for the next week! Registration in this class includes a free Brazilian Jiu Jitsu gi (which you get to keep when you’re done), and it’s an amazing $99! The BJJ Intro Programs fill up quickly, so sign up today to reserve your spot!!

Follow this link to sign up.

Open Guard Month

04 of May 2014

marie-and-rickettsMay 2014 brings a new focus:  the open guard.  Our instructors will be breaking down many of the basic (and some not-so-basic) styles of open guard, including spider, De la Riva, inverted, and scissor guard.  We’ll focus on very high percentage sweeps, tight submissions, and the ever-present need for guard maintenance.  Join us for as many classes as you can attend!

If you’re new to BJJ and would like to get started with one of our gi or no-gi intro programs, you can sign up (or just find out more info) here.

The Kimura Grip: a Focus

02 of April 2014

Kimura in Richmond, VA (BJJ)April 2014 at Revolution BJJ brings forth an intensive study of the Kimura, featuring a focus on utilizing the gripping techniques to achieve dominant positions, and ultimately, to finish.  This technique is a specialty of the house at Revolution BJJ.  Don’t miss this month’s classes!  

If you’re new to BJJ and would like to get started for us, you can register for one of our affordable introductory programs here.  The programs are taught by BJJ black belts, feature both gi and no-gi options, and are extremely effective in getting you from zero to hero!


Current students:  follow this link to discover the “basics” for the level 4 classes:

2013-08-08 18.48.40April 2014 at Revolution BJJ brings middle range knees for the monthly theme.  The knee strike is a brutal, powerful, and often unorthodox attack that holds the potential to end any fight quickly.  This month, we’re focusing specifically on long and up knees, often under-utilized in Thai and MMA fights.  

If you’re new to Muay Thai and would like to get started with us, or just give it a try, here’s how to register for our upcoming 8 week intro program.  There are six Muay Thai classes per week on our current schedule.  Take advantage of the opportunity to train with our experienced coaching staff now!

Left-kickThis month’s focus in Muay Thai  will feature a series of techniques centered around using the lead kick!  The classes will include a fundamental technical understanding of the lead (left if your stance is orthodox) Thai kick, targeting the inside thigh, the body, and the head; and the lead foot jab, utilizing combinations, movement, and footwork to attack and counter your opponent’s best attacks.

Meanwhile, our sold out 8 week intro program for Muay Thai runs from March through April, and we are now reserving spots in our May session here.

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