"Jiu-Jitsu in Brazil has a big difference - we are like artists, by nature," explains Renzo Gracie. "Constantly we trying to add beauty to movements. They are not only trying to innovate the sport, not only trying to create the sport, but if you watch a world competition today, from 12 weight divisions, 11 are Brazilians.
"They really dedicate their time, and passion, and heart to their sport, and they do it gracefully.
"We are not in the business of martial arts, we are in the business of building confidence… Our goal is to make you confident, not only in being able to defend yourself, but confidence in facing life.
"You're going to find more knowledge in here than in any Ivy League school in America."
Knowing the meaning of BJJ is one thing; FRANK151 Art Director Nick Ace gets to experience it.