Ocean County Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is located in Forked River, South New Jersey, 1.5 miles from the Garden State Parkway (GSP Exit 74) for your convenience. At Ocean County Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, we are confident we can help you to obtain your goals, whether it be self-defense, BJJ, kickboxing, mixed martial arts MMA training, fitness, weight loss, coordination, fun and enjoyment, or just to be a part of a great team. OCBJJ will truly be a positive motivating factor in your life.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is the most efficient martial art style proven to date. In Japanese, Jiu-Jitsu’s translation means the “gentle art.” The principle is to use leverage and proper technique so that even the smallest, weakest person can defend themself against a larger and stronger assailant. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu has rapidly become the most in-demand martial art style in the United States.
At Ocean County Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu you will learn the same effective techniques the Gracie family and their students have used to successfully dominate Mixed Martial Arts competitions for years. OCBJJ also offers kickboxing and MMA classes. At Ocean County Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu we always separate the competition from the class, ensuring that we help you to accomplish whatever goal you set forth for yourself. From weight loss, to self defense, to being a competitor, we will help you achieve your goal, 100% guaranteed. Our academy welcomes all walks of life, paying special attention to those who have no previous experience.
OCBJJ’s Professor Tom DeBlass is a No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu World Champion, Pan American Champion, American National Champion, and a Black Belt Professor who studies under the legendary Ricardo Almeida, Renzo Gracie’s first American Black Belt. After years of tutelage from the best in the world, Tom understands the difference between self-defense study and competition preparation. At Ocean County BJJ, we provide the highest quality structured self-defense learning in a non-competitive environment that allows students to pursue their personal goals at their own pace.