Since i've moved to Lubbock and started training at Pittman's, i’ve had such a positive experience learning jiu jitsu with the instructors and other students. Everyone is willing to help new students learn as much as they can with no egos involved. I'm much more confident in my ability to defend myself against bigger opponents. I’d recommend anyone that wants to improve themselves physically and mentally to come to learn from Pittman.
Since i've moved to Lubbock and started training at Pittman's, i’ve had such a positive experience learning jiu jitsu with the instructors and other students. Everyone is willing to help new students learn as much as they can with no egos involved. I'm much more confident in my ability to defe…
Lubbock, TX 79424
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I was in Lubbock on work travel and was looking for an academy to train for just a day. Mr. Klay Pittman was accommodating to my specific needs. In addition to that, the respect and level of instruction was excellent. If you are looking for an academy that focuses on the ""right"" things (res…
I tend to be what they call a “helicopter mom.” I’m sure some of first time mothers feel or felt the same at one time. I wanted to keep my son safe and protect him from everything, until I found Pittman Jiu Jitsu Academy at the art festival. After that initial meeting, I started breaking out of my comfort zone. I did as we all do at one point and went online and read the reviews for something new, be it a restaurant or a school or an academy. Of course, most people go online and only leave reviews when they are unhappy or want everyone to know how their experience was. One review stuck with me about Professor Pittman not watching his language in front of the smaller kids. Now as members of the Academy for a few months, I have not heard any of the Pittman staff say anything unprofessional. I worried because he is still young at 3 years old and felt that he was not going to learn anything or listen in class. I see him from time to time playing with his feet in class and I feel he is not paying attention, but when it’s time to get to work I see him doing what he has learned, and I can see him demonstrating his confidence as he goes to school. He walks like a leader and it really shows that he is not only learning to defend himself in the right way and achieving knowledge of how to respond to any situation but is also gaining confidence in every way. Being an only child, I would see him play by himself, but learning and practicing at the Academy with different training partners is helping him reach out to other children at daycare and expand his comfort zone with other children.
I been training at pittmans academy for almost 2 years now. June 10th will mark 2 years with this school. At first I got frustrated because I wanted to learn everything. It don't work that way. In order to learn is to go everyday. But from the instructor to the students everyone is professional. Jiujitsu isn't about what color your belt is. It's about how you think of your self. can you dedicate your self to going everyday when you can. And can you also dedicate your self out side of martial arts either it be your job your wife your kids your religion. Jiujitsu is a way of life. Pittmansjiujitsu is a great place to find your self. You have to crawl before you can walk.
I am so happy I was led to Pittmans Academy! I have learned so much and it has changed my life in a way that I have never learned from anyone ever before! I wish I would have known about this wonderful academy many years ago! I believe my life would have been drastically different in a more confident and positive way! These skills you don't learn anywhere else! You learn and change and grow in ways that mature your mind,body, soul and spirit!!! Growth happens in many amazing ways! I highly recommend that everyone come and join and give yourself the gift of a lifetime!
Prof. Pittman and his academy are the absolute best! They are the real deal. They teach martial arts that the whole family can enjoy. Kids or adults. If you are interested in learning and growing as a person both on and off the mat, then you owe it to yourself to come check it out. You'll love it!
World Tae Kwon Do Federation .Training at Cheon's Tiger's offers life-long benefits,but the first step is up to you
Won't answer phone and don't think they're open @ 10:00 they need to be there when they say they open and answer their phone
If I could leave no stars I would! Stay away far far away! From the minute you walk in you'll notice a distinct douche bag vibe coming from the instructors. You'll notice they think very very highly of themselves and they expect the students to bow down to them. It's CREEPY!!! Also they will intimidate you to sign a contract and give them your money! That's what they are really after, do yourself a favor stay away.
Just to be clear, the professor does not relate to academic degrees. It is a title given when you reach a third degree master black belt. Please do research before much accusations.
This team was designed for the sole purpose of profit. If you want to learn Traditional Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in Lubbock Texas, then I recommend you check out United Martial Arts. They also have a great kids program. No "jr. black belts" but they do have after school pick up. https://www.facebook.com/122209591160879/photos/a.516451035070064.1073741828.122209591160879/799484796766685/?type=1&theater