New Long Island Brazilian Jiu Jitsu kimonos are ready

Our custom Long Island BJJ gi’s are now available! These kimonos are
one of the highest quality Jiu Jitsu gi’s available, made from a special mid-weight pre
shrunk 100% cotton fabric with grey contrast double stitching. Long Island Brazilian Jiu
Jitsu kimonos feature an injected foam mold collar that makes the jacket almost a full
pound lighter, keeps the inside of the collar dry, strong, and more resistant to mildew.

Each gi comes with customized (non-bleed) full color patches on the front lapel, back,
and shin.
The Kimono pants have excellent reinforcements, a contrast grey flex drawstring waist,
and reinforced panels at the knees.

All gi’s come with a BJJ double padded belt that includes a black grading strip.

Long Island MMA’s Ryan LaFlare featured on Hot 97 Street Soldiers Sunday March 27th @ 9:00 AM

Ryan LaFlare of Long Island Mixed Martial Arts and Fitness Center will be featured on Hot 97 Street Soldiers Sunday March 27th @ 9:00 AM. Ryan will be a special guest on the show along with Renzo Gracie and New York State Assemblyman Bob Rielly. They will be discussing the state of Mixed Martial Arts and its potential to be legalized in New York State. Be sure to listen in to 97.1 FM at 9AM on Sunday.

Long Island Brazilian Jiu Jitsu In School Tournament

Long Island BJJ will be having our first in school tournament on Saturday March 26th at 11:00AM. There will be multiple weight divisions, skill divisions, as well as gi and no-gi divisions. This will be a great way for you guys to get ready for the upcoming Grapplers Quest Tournament in April. Sign up for the in school tournament at the sign in sheet at the gym so we have an idea about how many competitors we have doing it.

Congratulations to David Hubbard on winning the US Grappling Tournament this weekend!

Congratulations to David Hubbard for winning the US Grappling Tournament on March 5th 2011.  David won the Blue Belt Division 162 lbs – 175.5 lbs (David normally competes at 160 lbs) sweeping the entire tournament without surrendering a single point to the competition.  David had three matches total winning 2-0 the first match and then submitting his last two opponents by Bow and Arrow Choke, and Ezekiel Choke.  Keep up the hard training!