The No-Gi Program is offered in both fundamental and advanced classes. Students will have the opportunity to learn the same modern jiu jitsu being taught in gi classes, but learn how to adapt them to no-gi situations. Students must wear a no-gi uniform to participate in these classes.
The objective is to submit your opponent using a variety of joint locks and chokes, or to win the match by points. During training and competitions in No Gi Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competitors do not usually wear gis. This lack of gi increases the amount of speed and athleticism required, and it also limits the sweeping and submission options of the competitors.
Submission Grappling is mainly based on Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. The influence of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu can be seen in the types of positions and submissions most commonly used in the sport.