This past weekend professor Caio Terra competed in Fight to win for the 135lb title! Fight to win is one of the premier Brazilian Jiu Jitsu tournaments. All of their events are submission only, in the event of a tie the judges score the match based on who was closest to finishing and the amount of submission attempted.
This past weekend was the 20th edition of the US Open, in Santa Cruz, California. When I started CTA in 2012, I knew I was building something special, in 2013 we won the US Open, came up a little short in 2014 and in 2015 we came home with the adult, overall, and female first […]
The Institute of Martial Arts San Jose, is proud to host 2012 Pan American Champion Yuri Simoes. This seminar is open to EVERYONE. Don’t miss this chance to train with one of the sports rising stars! Seminar is Saturday, February 8th from 10am and ends at 1pm. If you are in town for the SF […]
“I’ve learned from experience that if you work harder at it, and apply more energy and time to it, and more consistency, you get a better result. It comes from the work.” Louis C. K. After a phenomenal 2013 where Caio won just about every major tournament from the Pan American Games, World and No-Gi […]
Last weekend was amazing. After winning my super fight, I did a seminar with my good friend Carlos Condit and met some very nice people. As much as I like competing, I love sharing the mats with others and spreading jiu jitsu so the experience was awesome. After the seminar it kept getting better as […]
In the spring of last year we launched the Caio Terra Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Association. Founded with a belief in the greater good, that all of our members, whether world champions or brand new white belts are equally important, we started to build our future. Two months ago I made a decision, instead of doing […]