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Covid 19 – Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Geelong | DC Jiu Jitsu | Train With The Best | Head Instructor 2nd Degree Black Belt Daniel Cherubin | 1 Week Free Trial


There are many things you can do as an individual to help prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. Additionally, there are things you can do to raise the level of awareness on this virus, reduce unnecessary fear, and create a level of engagement directed at the prevention of the illness with those closest to you.

BE SMART – Stay informed, be aware of risks, but don’t panic. Use the discipline you learned in Jiu-Jitsu to create enhanced personal hygiene routines in your life. Wash your hands frequently, wash your uniform, and take a shower after practice, avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. 

STAY HEALTHY – This is a crucial time to make your health a priority and do all you can to boost your immunity. This means eat well, sleep well, consider taking additional supplements to boost your immunity systems, and of course, keep training what ever way you can !

TRAINING HYGIENE – To protect yourself and your training partners, make sure to sanitise your hands when entering the the academy before shaking anyone’s hands or touching anything. Instructors and staff will require all students to sanitise their hands before class.

BE A GOOD TEAMMATE – If you are feeling under the weather, if you are coughing or sneezing, if you have a mild fever, headache, or any other cold / flu-like symptoms, take a break from Jiu-Jitsu. Stay home, rest, eat well, see doctor & get a covid 19 test before coming back to training. 

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As we Know Jiu Jitsu is a close contact sport so paying attention to our hygiene is very important, practicing good hygiene in our day to day life is part of our daily routine but when practicing  jiu jitsu its every students responsibility to make sure there personal hygiene is on point, not just for our own safely but the safety of our team mates. Below is a link to the DCJJ HYGIENE TIPS page were we look at some common seance tips to keep you super fresh, clean and 100% ready to train jiu jitsu.


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