ADAPTIVE JIU JITSU
Yamasaki's DC's Adaptive Jiu-Jitsu Program is tailored to the circumstances of wounded warriors at the Walter Reed Military Medical Center, whose injuries include amputations, traumatic brain injuries and PTSD.
Our adaptive program brings a unique approach to rehabilitation and recreation that serves as a critical tool in the recovery of injured service members. Participants must problem solve physical challenges in real time while adapting techniques to their specific injuries. The students use this program as a way to re-learn vigorous body movements and mechanics while improving their cardiovascular and core fitness.
// UFC 360
Our Adaptive Brazilian Jiu Jitsu program was featured in an article in UFC 360 -- the only official print publication of the UFC. It's a great profile of the program and the inspiring guys who participate. You can find out how to download the article or purchase the magazine at www.ufc360.com.
BEHIND THE SCENES
Take a look behind the scenes at UFC 360's visit to our Adaptive Jiu Jitsu program at Walter Reed Military Medical Center.
// IN THE NEWS
The Adaptive BJJ program and our students have also been profiled on Voice of America and the Pentagon Channel. Take a look at the following videos to find out more:
// SUPPORT ADAPTIVE JIU JITSU
Through the Henry M. Jackson Foundation, you can make a tax-deductible charitable contribution to the Adaptive Jiu Jitsu program.
Your donation will allow us to provide any necessary equipment and transportation directly to wounded service members, in addition to seminars and workshops.