Receiving my brown belt under the tutelage of ex UFC champion Matt the Terror Serra, has enabled me to not only learn the art of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, but also spread the knowledge of the sport.
I was new when I started Brazilian Jiujitsu at Serra and Nick helped me feel welcomed to this new experience. His stand up game is phenomenal and every lesson I take, I add a new skill to my arsenal. He is a wonderful instructor and I am looking forward to working with him in the future and years to come.
Working one on one private lessons with Coach Nick has helped elevate my Bjj game, especially in certain fundamental aspects such as guard passing and guard retention. Moreover, it’s sharpened the submission skills we’ve worked on. Coach Nick is very direct and technical with his instruction. He will work on a plan with you and cater the lesson off of that. He sees and corrects the little things in your game that make a BIG difference! Also, we have always allotted time to roll at the end of our 1 hour lessons. This has given me a great opportunity to grapple with a much higher skilled Bjj practitioner to get a feel of what it’s like. I strongly recommend taking private lessons with Coach Nick. It will definitely help you get better and give you a leg up because of the personal attention you’ll receive.
Amazing 1 on 1 attention. I learned a lot from just an hour. If you're looking to advance your mma/BJJ career or just get better really quick, Nick is the man to see
The key to reaching goals is communication. For this reason I like to be very thorough in understanding what my students want to obtain from our sessions. We will go over many self defense techniques as well as sport Jiu jitsu. Martial arts is a great way to stay active, healthy, get fit, and great self confidence
Pricing varies for time spent on mats and traveling. Normal sessions are $80-$100
I've been training wrestling/Jiu jitsu for almost 20 years now. Teaching was just a natural progression for me
everywhere from high level competitors to every day joes just looking for something new and exciting to help motivate them
Just recently I competed in the RISE invitational in westbury, Long Island. I was able to secure the victory via rear naked choke. Very fun night
Do your research, look to see where they train/teach. There are a lot of hokie schools out there not producing quality lesson plans