Team Maryland BJJ offers a world-class Judo System developed by Olympian Jason Morris. The Jason Morris Judo System -- or "JMJS" -- is a curriculum derived from traditional Kodokan Judo with modern-day Olympic Judo techniques. Learn the techniques and tactics that made Jason Morris one of the most successful Judo players ever, and also one of the most prolific coaches in the world.
The objective of the Jason Morris Judo System is to provide a simple and easy way to obtain world-class Judo instruction. Anyone enrolled in the JMJS is welcome to train at any Jason Morris Judo facility. All belt promotions are handled by the JMJS head sensei and overseen by Jason Morris himself.
Whether you want to learn Judo or simply would like to add Judo techniques to your current martial art, all are welcome. The JMJS can accommodate all levels of Judoka, from the casual player to the Olympic hopeful! Our curriculum focuses on the most effective judo techniques, breaking them down in detail to help players understand what elements make the throws, pins, chokes, and armlocks work.
As of 2015, the Maryland Judo & Jiu-Jitsu Academy's judo program is the most successful program in the state. Its competitors have won many major tournaments on the East Coast, and it is the only Maryland program sending students to the Junior Olympics. Our judo program, combined with Relson Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, creates a formidable player. We are achieving our goal: to raise the level of judo in Maryland.
In our effort to spread the JMJS, we are now offering a modified version of our curriculum to any martial-art school or facility. We have had invitations from all types of martial arts schools -- those teaching Gracie Jiu-jitsu, Karate, and Taekwondo -- to come in and teach Judo.
If you would like to start judo at our Academy, or incorporate a Jason Morris Judo Program in your facility or martial-art school, please feel free to contact us.
From left: Stuart Ramos, Franklin Ramos, Olympic silver medalist Jason Morris, and Brad Ramos.