learning from the best

Steve Campbell

Our BJJ coach Steve spent 8 years training at the Gracie Barra headquarters in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where he earned his black belt under Carlos Gracie Jr, the son of the founder of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

Steve was the first Mancunian BJJ black belt, receiving his belt in January 2007 after having a successful competition year at brown belt winning the Rio state championships, Copa Rolls Gracie and getting silver in the Brazilian championships.

Stealth BJJ students are in a great position of being able to learn techniques directly from the source, as Steve is one of the first European black belts to receive all his grades in Brazil under the direct tuition of Carlos Gracie Jr. Steve’s time is now dedicated to Stealth BJJ and his students.  Although he still competes now and again, his main focus is as a BJJ coach and getting his students to excel and be the best that they can.

Coach Chris

 

Chris is an accomplished grappler who has accumulated a wealth of experience competing in tournaments across the UK. In the process he has amassed an admirable haul of medals. With an involvement in martial arts stretching back a number of years, he was awarded his purple belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in 2016.

With a eye for detail, Chris views the art as a vehicle for self-expression and personal growth for each and every student.

coach Alex

 

Alex has fought in many of the UK’s biggest Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competitions and has a string of medals to his name. recently becoming the ibjjf British open champion purple medium heavy (master iii) champion and British nationals masters champion. Alex was awarded his purple belt on the podium by 3rd degree Black Belt Arlans Siquiera at the 2015 english open having won the blue master ii heavyweight gold.

Alex possesses an open and friendly demeanour and takes great care to ensure that students enjoy their training sessions and do so with a smile on their faces.

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