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Alliance was founded in 1993 by Romero "Jacare" Cavalcanti, Fabio Gurgel and Alexandre Paiva.
Alliance is recognized as one of the best Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Schools in the world; known not only for their technicality and quality, but also for their professionalism. Alliance has made hundreds of World Champions, over 25 of them at the black belt level. We now have over 300 affiliated schools spread throughout Brazil and the World. No matter where you are, you can train at an Alliance facility.
And now in venie you have the best school of Brazilian jiu-jitsu world near you.
Alliance Venice has a Brazilian teacher, FABIO LEANDRO, black belt 2 Degrees, competitive athlete in the IBJJF (International Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Federation). The alliance Venice plus adult classes also has a children's lesson and in both classes we followed the teaching procedures that led the Alliance to be the largest and most successful jiu-jitsu team in the world. Mr Fabio is directly connected to his Master Alexandre Paiva, at Alliance Rio de Janeiro and Idaho.
Jiu Jitsu was born more than 2500 years ago; created by Buddhist monks, a nomadic people and often frail, they were frequently plundered and robbed by others. Due to their religious beliefs they could not use weapons, and so they developed a form of self-defense. Studying the movements of animals, the monks realized the principle of leverage; allowing a much weaker individual to conquer a stronger, heavier opponent. With the spread of Buddhism this fighting style made its way across Asia, finally arriving in Japan, where it became the asset to the samurai; a class of exceptional warriors, whose job it was to defended their lord and masters, and when necessary, with their life. The samurai mastered several fighting techniques such as knives, spears, bow and arrows and Jiu Jitsu, their chosen hand to hand fighting style. Jiu Jitsu stood out, despite the aggressiveness of time by taking advantage of balance, or the lack of it, and flexibility, which is able to overcome brute force..
When the ports of Japan opened to the Western World the Japanese Emperor, in an attempt to preserve the unique culture of his people, declared it a crime to teach Jiu Jitsu to outsiders. However, after the First World War there was a large immigration of Japanese people to Brazil; this is where Count Maeda Koma, a Japanese champion at the time, chose to live. Maeda arrived in Pará in the mid-1920s, where he met Gaston Gracie, a politically influential man in the city of Belém do Pará. Gaston assisted Maeda with his transition in this new land, and out of gratitude to his friend, Count Maeda Koma taught Jiu Jitsu to his eldest son, Carlos, who soon had mastered the techniques he was taught. But it was his brother Helio Gracie, who began to develop Japanese Jiu Jitsu into Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Helio, weighing only 63 pounds, easily beat opponents who were more than double his size, thus proving that technique overcomes strength. It was then that Jiu Jitsu began to be recognized as the world’s most effective fighting style.
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