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Posted: September 02, 2019

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Referral Contest

Posted: September 02, 2019

All of SEPTEMBER we are running a Referral Contest!

If you refer a friend and they sign up in our Kids or Adult Martial Arts Program, you will receive $100 Cold-Hard-CA$H! 

Referral must be done thru the Bronx Jiu Jitsu APP on the "Refer A Friend" Section. 


September Curriculum and Newsletter

Posted: September 01, 2019

Check out what's happening at Bronx Jiu-Jitsu during the month of September!

It's Back 2 School Season! Wishing all of our Grapplers (and Teachers) an awesome school year!

Special Announcements


Oxytocin: The Key To Positive Social Relationships in Children and Teens

Posted: August 31, 2019

Oxytocin: The Key To Positive Social Relationships in Children and Teens Oxytocin has been dubbed the “love chemical.” It is the hormone that is released when we feel love and trust in relationships. For most people, they know oxytocin as a significant part of the parent-child bonding process. However, it is also very important in overall human relationships and is considered our “social glue”. The release of oxytocin is not automatic but rather, a learned response. It is very important for children to develop an effective oxytocin response. We find that when children are abused or neglected, they often have underdeveloped oxytocin responses. This is because they have been locked in the fight or flight response and have not developed the oxytocin response to calm down. Therefore, bonding is very important to children in the early years of life.


Dopamine: The Key to Increased Motivation and Focus in Children and Teens

Posted: August 20, 2019

DOPAMINE: The Key to Increased Motivation and Focus in Children and Teens Have you ever wondered why children and teens seem to be so addicted to their smartphones and other devices? Parents are frustrated with their children’s lack of attention and motivation but what do their devices have to do with this? The answer is found in science! Often referred to as the “motivator molecule,” dopamine is a “feel good” chemical that is released in the brain which helps us focus and feel motivated. When dopamine levels are low, it can result in symptoms such as difficulty focusing, decreased motivation, trouble problem-solving, and social anxiety. Therefore, many ADHD medications target dopamine levels.


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