Our vision at Warrior Brazilian Jiu Jitsu academy is to provide students with the highest quality instruction in a positive and safe learning environment. Our sole focus is to spread the Jiu Jitsu lifestyle and encourage hard work and dedication on and off the mat. Jiu Jitsu is a universal sport and our programs are tailored to work with all ages and body types. Our classes are a fun way to get in great shape while building quality relationships with people in your community.
Alex Guerrero is a first degree Gracie black belt. He got started in Jiu Jitsu twelve years ago when he signed up his sons at the Gracie academy in Dublin. However it wasn’t until a year later until Alex decided to step on the mats and give Jiu Jitsu a try. After being dominated by someone weighing a hundred pounds less than he, Alex knew he had to learn the art of Jiu Jitsu. Over the next eleven years Alex would go from a 260 pound white belt to a 200 pound black belt, eventually earning the head instructor position at the very same academy he stepped foot in over a decade ago. Jiu Jitsu made such a positive impact on Alex's life, both for his health and family, that it became his life's goal to share his love of Jiu Jitsu with as many people as possible. Anyone who has experienced Alex's teaching style can attest he is one of the best in the Bay Area.
Classes: Kids, Fundamentals, Advanced, and Competition class.
Tracy Pham is an East Bay native and Foothill High School and UC Davis alumni. She started her Jiu Jitsu journey in 2011 after watching her younger sister compete in a local tournament and has been hooked ever since. Tracy, currently ranked as a purple belt, is an avid competitor and sponsored by Knoxx Gear and Crossfit Danville. One of her proudest accomplishments is winning the World Jiu Jitsu championship as a white belt in 2012. Her goal is to introduce as many girls and women into Jiu Jitsu as possible.
Classes: Women's and Kids class
Amber is 28 years old and was born and raised here in the Bay Area. She's been fighting since 2013 and has been a pro fighter since 2015 holding a 2-1 pro record with Invicta. Amber trains at one of the best Muay Thai schools in the United States, and is also a Darcio Lira blue belt in Jiu Jitsu. She previously coached kids MMA for 2 years and grew the program from a handful of kids to twenty kids. A lot of the kids that trained with her were being bullied at school and she helped them become more confident to deal with them.