Urban Combat - Reality Based Self Defense

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1457-1559 El Camino Real Menlo Park, California 94025 United States
1561-1599 El Camino Real Menlo Park California 94025 US

‘Urban Combat – Reality Based Self Defense’ is an independent Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu academy located at 1457-1559 El Camino Real in Menlo Park, United States

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‘Urban Combat – Reality Based Self Defense’ is an independent Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu academy located at 1457-1559 El Camino Real in Menlo Park, United States

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816 Warrington Avenue, Redwood City, California 94063, United States 3.12 km

We offer a comprehensive Self Defense program that includes, Grappling, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Wrestling, Boxing, and Kick Boxing. We also offer a beginner friendly Combat Fitness Program and a Women’s Only Self Defense and Fitness Program.

We are centrally located in Redwood City (Silicon Valley) in a 5400 square foot facility.

Low cost straightforward pricing with no contracts. Call us at 650-701-7731.

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816 Warrington Avenue, Redwood City, California 94063, United States 3.12 km

We offer a comprehensive Self Defense program that includes, Grappling, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Wrestling, Boxing, and Kick Boxing. We also offer a beginner friendly Combat Fitness Program and a Women’s Only Self Defense and Fitness Program.

We are centrally located in Redwood City (Silicon Valley) in a 5400 square foot facility.

Low cost straightforward pricing with no contracts. Call us at 650-701-7731.

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816 Warrington Avenue, Redwood City, California 94063, United States 3.12 km

We offer a comprehensive Self Defense program that includes, Grappling, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Wrestling, Boxing, and Kick Boxing. We also offer a beginner friendly Combat Fitness Program and a Women’s Only Self Defense and Fitness Program.

We are centrally located in Redwood City (Silicon Valley) in a 5400 square foot facility.

Low cost straightforward pricing with no contracts. Call us at 650-701-7731.

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2751 Louis Rd, Palo Alto, CA 94303, U.S. 6.24 km

‘Palo Alto Judo Club’ is an independent Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu academy located at 2751 Louis Rd in Palo Alto, US

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837 Industrial Road. Suite A San Carlos, CA 94070 US 7.71 km

About Us

See Full Class Schedule Below

The Alliance Jiu Jitsu Association was founded in 1993 by Jiu Jitsu masters
Romero “Jacare” Cavalcanti, Alexandre Paiva, and Fabio Gurgel. Over the years, Alliance has become an elite jiu jitsu academy winning many world championships and producing multiple world-renowned jiu jitsu black belt competitors.
These great professionals include Marcelo Garcia, Rubens “Cobrinha” Charles, Lucas Lepri, Michael Langhi, Sergio Moraes, Damian Maia, Bruno Malfacine, Tarsis Humphreys,
Gabrielle Lemos Garcia, Luanna Alzuguir, Leonardo Nogueira, and Fabio Gurgel, among others.
Alliance Jiu Jitsu has established a legacy of quality teaching and outstanding
competition-based training methodology.
The philosophy and model of teaching, technique, and training has been proven to be efficient and effective in Alliance Jiu Jitsu schools and in championship competitions around the world.

Principles of Conduct at Alliance San Francisco
Hygiene:
Maintain a very clean and tidy mat area at all times
No food or drinks (other than water) on the mats
Always wear a clean, dry GI
Everyone wears a rashguard or T-shirt under your GI
Keep shoes off the mat
Wear shoes or sandals when you need to go to the bath room
Recuperaye at home if you are sick or have a skin disease
Keep fingernails and toenails short and clean
Shower before class if you have exercised earlier in the day
Wash your mouth piece with Listerine frequently
Keep your hair tied up
The uniform must be clean at all times. A dirty uniform is a sign of disrespect.
Environment:
Bow when entering and exiting the mats
Greet teammates upon entering the mats
If you are late for class, ask the instructor for permission before entering
The mat area and greet everyone once you are inside the mat
Use respectful language and proper behavior at all times
Do not remove tour GI until class is over after the final line up and bow
Keep bodily functions to yourself
Do not change your clothes in the common areas; please use the bathroom
Training:
Always compliment your training partners; shake/touch hands before and after training
Use technique; only apply force as necessary for executing proper technique
Learn the principles of leverage
Never seek to harm fellow students; training drills and rolling are part of the Jiu-Jitsu class and not a fight between two strangers
Absolutely NO coaching your children or other students during class.
During class, when the instructor is demonstrating the techniques, every student must sit or stand in good posture
All jewelry, piercings, necklaces, and other items should be removed during training
Respect:
Respect Jiu-Jitsu, the instructors, amd each other at all times
Leave your ego and “baggage” at the door; always be open to learning
Something new and help your training partner
Ask the instructor’s permission to train if you are late
Ask the instructor’s permission bedore leaving the mats during class
Refrain from talking while the instructor is talking
Follow the instruction of the technique presented and work on them, without telling your training partner that you learned something different on YouTube. Jiu Jitsu is endless and we need to focus on one technique at the time, plus it is disrespectful not to follow what the instructor is teaching for the specific class
No kids on the mat during adult’s class
No pets on the mat
Keep cell phones quiet
Safety:
Be courteous, use common sense, and have respect at all times for Jiu-Jitsu, our Dojo, your training partners, visitors, and spectators
Maintain composure at all times; do not loss your calmness or temper when things go wrong for whatever reason.
Adapt to situations in the Dojo as you would adapt in life; be patient and let the dust settle before you make a situation worse by acting impulsively
Think before you act; nothing justify aggressive behavior
Sparring can be intimidating in the beginning; be calm, use techinique and learn how to defend first before atrempting attacks
If you are not sure about a certain technique, don’t apply it because you could injure yourself or your training partner; ask the instructor to explain what can and cannot be used
Never abuse or overpower a beginner during sparring; always guide them and explain their mistakes and also point out their progress during sparring sessions
Enjoy Class:
Have fun and enjoy the learning process so you ally feel the benefits of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Class Schedule

Mondays:
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM – Kids Class
6:10 PM – 7:20 PM – Adults Class All Levels

Tuesdays:
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM – Adults Class All Levels

Wednesdays:
12:10 PM – 1:10 PM – Adults Class All Levels
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM – Kids Class
7:30 PM – 9:00 PM – Adults Class All Levels

Fridays:
12:10 PM – 1:10 PM – Adults Class All Levels
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM – Kids Class
6:10 PM – 7:20 PM – Adults Class – Beginners / Fundamentals

Saturdays:
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM – Adults Class All Levels

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837 Industrial Road. Suite A San Carlos, CA 94070 US 7.71 km

About Us

See Full Class Schedule Below

The Alliance Jiu Jitsu Association was founded in 1993 by Jiu Jitsu masters
Romero “Jacare” Cavalcanti, Alexandre Paiva, and Fabio Gurgel. Over the years, Alliance has become an elite jiu jitsu academy winning many world championships and producing multiple world-renowned jiu jitsu black belt competitors.
These great professionals include Marcelo Garcia, Rubens “Cobrinha” Charles, Lucas Lepri, Michael Langhi, Sergio Moraes, Damian Maia, Bruno Malfacine, Tarsis Humphreys,
Gabrielle Lemos Garcia, Luanna Alzuguir, Leonardo Nogueira, and Fabio Gurgel, among others.
Alliance Jiu Jitsu has established a legacy of quality teaching and outstanding
competition-based training methodology.
The philosophy and model of teaching, technique, and training has been proven to be efficient and effective in Alliance Jiu Jitsu schools and in championship competitions around the world.

Principles of Conduct at Alliance San Francisco
Hygiene:
Maintain a very clean and tidy mat area at all times
No food or drinks (other than water) on the mats
Always wear a clean, dry GI
Everyone wears a rashguard or T-shirt under your GI
Keep shoes off the mat
Wear shoes or sandals when you need to go to the bath room
Recuperaye at home if you are sick or have a skin disease
Keep fingernails and toenails short and clean
Shower before class if you have exercised earlier in the day
Wash your mouth piece with Listerine frequently
Keep your hair tied up
The uniform must be clean at all times. A dirty uniform is a sign of disrespect.
Environment:
Bow when entering and exiting the mats
Greet teammates upon entering the mats
If you are late for class, ask the instructor for permission before entering
The mat area and greet everyone once you are inside the mat
Use respectful language and proper behavior at all times
Do not remove tour GI until class is over after the final line up and bow
Keep bodily functions to yourself
Do not change your clothes in the common areas; please use the bathroom
Training:
Always compliment your training partners; shake/touch hands before and after training
Use technique; only apply force as necessary for executing proper technique
Learn the principles of leverage
Never seek to harm fellow students; training drills and rolling are part of the Jiu-Jitsu class and not a fight between two strangers
Absolutely NO coaching your children or other students during class.
During class, when the instructor is demonstrating the techniques, every student must sit or stand in good posture
All jewelry, piercings, necklaces, and other items should be removed during training
Respect:
Respect Jiu-Jitsu, the instructors, amd each other at all times
Leave your ego and “baggage” at the door; always be open to learning
Something new and help your training partner
Ask the instructor’s permission to train if you are late
Ask the instructor’s permission bedore leaving the mats during class
Refrain from talking while the instructor is talking
Follow the instruction of the technique presented and work on them, without telling your training partner that you learned something different on YouTube. Jiu Jitsu is endless and we need to focus on one technique at the time, plus it is disrespectful not to follow what the instructor is teaching for the specific class
No kids on the mat during adult’s class
No pets on the mat
Keep cell phones quiet
Safety:
Be courteous, use common sense, and have respect at all times for Jiu-Jitsu, our Dojo, your training partners, visitors, and spectators
Maintain composure at all times; do not loss your calmness or temper when things go wrong for whatever reason.
Adapt to situations in the Dojo as you would adapt in life; be patient and let the dust settle before you make a situation worse by acting impulsively
Think before you act; nothing justify aggressive behavior
Sparring can be intimidating in the beginning; be calm, use techinique and learn how to defend first before atrempting attacks
If you are not sure about a certain technique, don’t apply it because you could injure yourself or your training partner; ask the instructor to explain what can and cannot be used
Never abuse or overpower a beginner during sparring; always guide them and explain their mistakes and also point out their progress during sparring sessions
Enjoy Class:
Have fun and enjoy the learning process so you ally feel the benefits of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Class Schedule

Mondays:
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM – Kids Class
6:10 PM – 7:20 PM – Adults Class All Levels

Tuesdays:
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM – Adults Class All Levels

Wednesdays:
12:10 PM – 1:10 PM – Adults Class All Levels
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM – Kids Class
7:30 PM – 9:00 PM – Adults Class All Levels

Fridays:
12:10 PM – 1:10 PM – Adults Class All Levels
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM – Kids Class
6:10 PM – 7:20 PM – Adults Class – Beginners / Fundamentals

Saturdays:
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM – Adults Class All Levels

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837 Industrial Road. Suite A San Carlos, CA 94070 US 7.71 km

About Us

See Full Class Schedule Below

The Alliance Jiu Jitsu Association was founded in 1993 by Jiu Jitsu masters
Romero “Jacare” Cavalcanti, Alexandre Paiva, and Fabio Gurgel. Over the years, Alliance has become an elite jiu jitsu academy winning many world championships and producing multiple world-renowned jiu jitsu black belt competitors.
These great professionals include Marcelo Garcia, Rubens “Cobrinha” Charles, Lucas Lepri, Michael Langhi, Sergio Moraes, Damian Maia, Bruno Malfacine, Tarsis Humphreys,
Gabrielle Lemos Garcia, Luanna Alzuguir, Leonardo Nogueira, and Fabio Gurgel, among others.
Alliance Jiu Jitsu has established a legacy of quality teaching and outstanding
competition-based training methodology.
The philosophy and model of teaching, technique, and training has been proven to be efficient and effective in Alliance Jiu Jitsu schools and in championship competitions around the world.

Principles of Conduct at Alliance San Francisco
Hygiene:
Maintain a very clean and tidy mat area at all times
No food or drinks (other than water) on the mats
Always wear a clean, dry GI
Everyone wears a rashguard or T-shirt under your GI
Keep shoes off the mat
Wear shoes or sandals when you need to go to the bath room
Recuperaye at home if you are sick or have a skin disease
Keep fingernails and toenails short and clean
Shower before class if you have exercised earlier in the day
Wash your mouth piece with Listerine frequently
Keep your hair tied up
The uniform must be clean at all times. A dirty uniform is a sign of disrespect.
Environment:
Bow when entering and exiting the mats
Greet teammates upon entering the mats
If you are late for class, ask the instructor for permission before entering
The mat area and greet everyone once you are inside the mat
Use respectful language and proper behavior at all times
Do not remove tour GI until class is over after the final line up and bow
Keep bodily functions to yourself
Do not change your clothes in the common areas; please use the bathroom
Training:
Always compliment your training partners; shake/touch hands before and after training
Use technique; only apply force as necessary for executing proper technique
Learn the principles of leverage
Never seek to harm fellow students; training drills and rolling are part of the Jiu-Jitsu class and not a fight between two strangers
Absolutely NO coaching your children or other students during class.
During class, when the instructor is demonstrating the techniques, every student must sit or stand in good posture
All jewelry, piercings, necklaces, and other items should be removed during training
Respect:
Respect Jiu-Jitsu, the instructors, amd each other at all times
Leave your ego and “baggage” at the door; always be open to learning
Something new and help your training partner
Ask the instructor’s permission to train if you are late
Ask the instructor’s permission bedore leaving the mats during class
Refrain from talking while the instructor is talking
Follow the instruction of the technique presented and work on them, without telling your training partner that you learned something different on YouTube. Jiu Jitsu is endless and we need to focus on one technique at the time, plus it is disrespectful not to follow what the instructor is teaching for the specific class
No kids on the mat during adult’s class
No pets on the mat
Keep cell phones quiet
Safety:
Be courteous, use common sense, and have respect at all times for Jiu-Jitsu, our Dojo, your training partners, visitors, and spectators
Maintain composure at all times; do not loss your calmness or temper when things go wrong for whatever reason.
Adapt to situations in the Dojo as you would adapt in life; be patient and let the dust settle before you make a situation worse by acting impulsively
Think before you act; nothing justify aggressive behavior
Sparring can be intimidating in the beginning; be calm, use techinique and learn how to defend first before atrempting attacks
If you are not sure about a certain technique, don’t apply it because you could injure yourself or your training partner; ask the instructor to explain what can and cannot be used
Never abuse or overpower a beginner during sparring; always guide them and explain their mistakes and also point out their progress during sparring sessions
Enjoy Class:
Have fun and enjoy the learning process so you ally feel the benefits of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Class Schedule

Mondays:
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM – Kids Class
6:10 PM – 7:20 PM – Adults Class All Levels

Tuesdays:
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM – Adults Class All Levels

Wednesdays:
12:10 PM – 1:10 PM – Adults Class All Levels
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM – Kids Class
7:30 PM – 9:00 PM – Adults Class All Levels

Fridays:
12:10 PM – 1:10 PM – Adults Class All Levels
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM – Kids Class
6:10 PM – 7:20 PM – Adults Class – Beginners / Fundamentals

Saturdays:
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM – Adults Class All Levels

547e02ddb3e83fc48e000109-100[1].png
837 Industrial Road. Suite A San Carlos, CA 94070 US 7.71 km

About Us

See Full Class Schedule Below

The Alliance Jiu Jitsu Association was founded in 1993 by Jiu Jitsu masters
Romero “Jacare” Cavalcanti, Alexandre Paiva, and Fabio Gurgel. Over the years, Alliance has become an elite jiu jitsu academy winning many world championships and producing multiple world-renowned jiu jitsu black belt competitors.
These great professionals include Marcelo Garcia, Rubens “Cobrinha” Charles, Lucas Lepri, Michael Langhi, Sergio Moraes, Damian Maia, Bruno Malfacine, Tarsis Humphreys,
Gabrielle Lemos Garcia, Luanna Alzuguir, Leonardo Nogueira, and Fabio Gurgel, among others.
Alliance Jiu Jitsu has established a legacy of quality teaching and outstanding
competition-based training methodology.
The philosophy and model of teaching, technique, and training has been proven to be efficient and effective in Alliance Jiu Jitsu schools and in championship competitions around the world.

Principles of Conduct at Alliance San Francisco
Hygiene:
Maintain a very clean and tidy mat area at all times
No food or drinks (other than water) on the mats
Always wear a clean, dry GI
Everyone wears a rashguard or T-shirt under your GI
Keep shoes off the mat
Wear shoes or sandals when you need to go to the bath room
Recuperaye at home if you are sick or have a skin disease
Keep fingernails and toenails short and clean
Shower before class if you have exercised earlier in the day
Wash your mouth piece with Listerine frequently
Keep your hair tied up
The uniform must be clean at all times. A dirty uniform is a sign of disrespect.
Environment:
Bow when entering and exiting the mats
Greet teammates upon entering the mats
If you are late for class, ask the instructor for permission before entering
The mat area and greet everyone once you are inside the mat
Use respectful language and proper behavior at all times
Do not remove tour GI until class is over after the final line up and bow
Keep bodily functions to yourself
Do not change your clothes in the common areas; please use the bathroom
Training:
Always compliment your training partners; shake/touch hands before and after training
Use technique; only apply force as necessary for executing proper technique
Learn the principles of leverage
Never seek to harm fellow students; training drills and rolling are part of the Jiu-Jitsu class and not a fight between two strangers
Absolutely NO coaching your children or other students during class.
During class, when the instructor is demonstrating the techniques, every student must sit or stand in good posture
All jewelry, piercings, necklaces, and other items should be removed during training
Respect:
Respect Jiu-Jitsu, the instructors, amd each other at all times
Leave your ego and “baggage” at the door; always be open to learning
Something new and help your training partner
Ask the instructor’s permission to train if you are late
Ask the instructor’s permission bedore leaving the mats during class
Refrain from talking while the instructor is talking
Follow the instruction of the technique presented and work on them, without telling your training partner that you learned something different on YouTube. Jiu Jitsu is endless and we need to focus on one technique at the time, plus it is disrespectful not to follow what the instructor is teaching for the specific class
No kids on the mat during adult’s class
No pets on the mat
Keep cell phones quiet
Safety:
Be courteous, use common sense, and have respect at all times for Jiu-Jitsu, our Dojo, your training partners, visitors, and spectators
Maintain composure at all times; do not loss your calmness or temper when things go wrong for whatever reason.
Adapt to situations in the Dojo as you would adapt in life; be patient and let the dust settle before you make a situation worse by acting impulsively
Think before you act; nothing justify aggressive behavior
Sparring can be intimidating in the beginning; be calm, use techinique and learn how to defend first before atrempting attacks
If you are not sure about a certain technique, don’t apply it because you could injure yourself or your training partner; ask the instructor to explain what can and cannot be used
Never abuse or overpower a beginner during sparring; always guide them and explain their mistakes and also point out their progress during sparring sessions
Enjoy Class:
Have fun and enjoy the learning process so you ally feel the benefits of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Class Schedule

Mondays:
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM – Kids Class
6:10 PM – 7:20 PM – Adults Class All Levels

Tuesdays:
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM – Adults Class All Levels

Wednesdays:
12:10 PM – 1:10 PM – Adults Class All Levels
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM – Kids Class
7:30 PM – 9:00 PM – Adults Class All Levels

Fridays:
12:10 PM – 1:10 PM – Adults Class All Levels
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM – Kids Class
6:10 PM – 7:20 PM – Adults Class – Beginners / Fundamentals

Saturdays:
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM – Adults Class All Levels

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580 North Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California 94043, United States 9.86 km

‘Serao Academy’ is an independent Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu academy located at 580 North Rengstorff Avenue in Mountain View, United States. The instructor is Leopoldo Serao (Black belt). Contact LeopoldoSerao@hotmail.com for more information.

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409 Old County Road, Belmont, California 94002, United States 11.17 km

Alliance Jiu-Jitsu and Capoeira Brasil member, the Institute of Brazilian Fitness is a center dedicated to the Brazilian martial arts of Capoeira and Jiu Jitsu. We offer dynamic classes in a respectful, safe and clean environment. Instructed by Mestre Itaborá Ferreira, we bring thirty-eight years of experience to teach you and your children in a effective and safe way.

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409 Old County Road, Belmont, California 94002, United States 11.17 km

Alliance Jiu-Jitsu and Capoeira Brasil member, the Institute of Brazilian Fitness is a center dedicated to the Brazilian martial arts of Capoeira and Jiu Jitsu. We offer dynamic classes in a respectful, safe and clean environment. Instructed by Mestre Itaborá Ferreira, we bring thirty-eight years of experience to teach you and your children in a effective and safe way.

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409 Old County Road, Belmont, California 94002, United States 11.17 km

Alliance Jiu-Jitsu and Capoeira Brasil member, the Institute of Brazilian Fitness is a center dedicated to the Brazilian martial arts of Capoeira and Jiu Jitsu. We offer dynamic classes in a respectful, safe and clean environment. Instructed by Mestre Itaborá Ferreira, we bring thirty-eight years of experience to teach you and your children in a effective and safe way.

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1495 West El Camino Real, Mountain View, California 94040, United States 11.55 km

‘Ralph Gracie Jiu-Jitsu’ is a Ralph Gracie Jiu-Jitsu affiliated Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu academy located at 1495 West El Camino Real in Mountain View, United States

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3708-3718 South El Camino Real San Mateo, California 94403 United States 12.56 km

‘Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy’ is an independent Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu academy located at 3708-3718 South El Camino Real in San Mateo, United States

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3708-3718 South El Camino Real San Mateo, California 94403 United States 12.56 km

‘Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy’ is an independent Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu academy located at 3708-3718 South El Camino Real in San Mateo, United States

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3708-3718 South El Camino Real San Mateo, California 94403 United States 12.56 km

‘Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy’ is an independent Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu academy located at 3708-3718 South El Camino Real in San Mateo, United States

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175 East El Camino Real, Mountain View, California 94040, United States 13.59 km

‘Milton Bastos Brazilian Jiu Jitsu’ is an independent Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu academy located at 175 East El Camino Real in Mountain View, United States

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1175 Chess Drive, Foster City, California 94404, United States 14.09 km

‘Peninsula BJJ Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu’ is an independent Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu academy located at 1175 Chess Drive in Foster City, United States

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1175 Chess Drive, Foster City, California 94404, United States 14.09 km

‘Peninsula BJJ Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu’ is an independent Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu academy located at 1175 Chess Drive in Foster City, United States

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