Grappling is submission fighting. Submissions apply pressure to joints and/or arteries that force your opponent to give up. Submissions are a highly effect method of combat to handle a situation without causing severe damage or trauma to an opponent. Although grapplers start on their feet, most of the serious work is done once the fight has been taken to the ground. Grappling has been questioned as a martial art in the past, but its profound success in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) has recently made it an absolute necessity to all evolving martial artist.
Our Grappling Program is unmatched. For the inexperienced, Grappling may seem to be No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu, but in reality Grappling incorporates an array of wrestling takedowns, counters, and arm drags. If you are looking for a place to train, then Cobra Kai’s Grappling Program is sure to be the best program you have ever set foot in. The head instructors is Joe “Daddy” Stevenson known globally and Hall of Fame Grappler. Not only do we have the friendliest environment, we also happen to be the home of the High Desert’s best competitors and accredited team.
So why is Grappling so powerful? Well, for self-defense purposes, there’s nothing better than learning an art that allows you to use your opponents leverage, speed, and strength to their demise. Grappling is for anyone and any size. You will learn to use your body’s mechanics to strain focal points. As everyone’s body type is different, it’s imperative to train and use a style that is beneficial to you.