Why-Women-Love-Jiu-Jitsu-Tracks-BJJAt Tracks BJJ, we understand that the perception of martial arts can make it seem like an activity that’s more for men than women. But we want everyone, men and women, to feel welcome to practice Jiu-Jitsu and get a great workout in a safe and fun environment.

We all know what it’s like to start something new. And when that new activity is unfamiliar with a lot of unknowns, it can be intimidating. That’s why at Tracks BJJ, we strive to create a friendly atmosphere focused on learning while getting fit. Getting started with martial arts, you’ll find yourself surrounded by a group of fun and supportive people.

Here are a few of the reasons why women love Jiu-Jitsu:

Body Appreciation

Martial arts training provides many positive benefits to your physical health. Rather than focusing on physical appearance, martial arts is all about appreciating your body for what it can do. Martial arts training is an excellent source of physical confidence because you learn how to move and train in entirely new ways. It is both challenging and rewarding.


Joining a martial arts school provides all students with the opportunity to meet new people. But you’re not just joining a gym or a school; you’re becoming a part of a community of people who share similar interests. As a member of this close-knit community, you can network, socialize, and connect with fellow martial arts students.

Continued Learning

If you commit to an ongoing Jiu-Jitsu practice, you will learn skills for self-defense. But you will also continually learn new techniques, practice what you’ve learned, and experience constant improvement. Rather than going to a single seminar on how to defend yourself, you’ll learn more and develop your skills through regular martial arts training. You will also build the confidence needed to protect yourself if you ever find yourself in a threatening situation.

At Tracks BJJ, we provide a variety of martial arts programs. If you’re interested in learning more about how to get started, contact us to learn more about the programs we currently have to offer.