Ruislip BJJ

Martial Arts Club in Harrow, North West London

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Ruislip BJJ

Wiktor also has a background in Karate and previously trained combat Jiu Jitsu & Judo.

Raj in addition trains Mixed Martial Arts under the Sekhon Brothers, Lak & Sandip, at Beast Fight Team.

Both Raj and Wiktor regularly compete. Wiktors most recent success came in the English Open, medaling in the heavyweight division and winning the absolute division at the HBJJ invitational.

Ruislip BJJ started in South Ruislip Runway House. After 3 years, we outgrew our home and in August 2019 moved to Tith Farm Sports Club. With bigger & better facilities, we aim to grow even bigger in the future.

Ruislip BJJ in its new home is now more accessible to Harrow. We offer an amazing place to train. We have better mats, pool, snooker and a bar!



We operate a friendly & relaxed atmosphere at Ruislip BJJ, below are some guidelines to follow to make sure the class runs smoothly and the environment is safe for all students:

Before the class:

  1. Where possible, arrive at the jiu-jitsu class about 10 mins early so you can stretch and get ready.
  2. Being on time is not always possible. Let the instructor know before jumping into the class (this helps the instructors can keep track of the numbers for drills & techniques).
  3. Avoid going barefoot off the mats, so that when you get back onto the mats the level of dirt/germs is kept to a minimum.

During Technique & Drills:

  1. Pay attention when BJJ techniques are being shown, always ask questions if you are unsure of a particular piece.
  2. Try to mix up your partner's lesson to lesson. Having a mix regularly will help you pick up different techniques & movements.
  3. Drill as much as possible, the more practice the better you’ll get.
  4. If you feel unwell or sick at any point in the class, tell the instructor & avoid leaving the class area on your own. This ensures you are safe if something is wrong.


  1. If you’re injured try to avoid sparring (as hard as that is!), instead, drill a technique or flow roll (go at 50%).
  2. If you get caught in a submission, tap early rather than delay and get injured – let go of the ego. In BJJ, everyone gets tapped: sometimes you’re the nail and sometimes you’re the hammer.
  3. Vice versa, if your partner is in submission and they’re not tapping, don’t increase the pressure. Let go and work for another position. Sparring is not a competition.
  4. It’s good practice to ask for feedback or pointers if you find yourself getting stuck in the same position or submission.
  5. Generally in BJJ, if you bump into another sparring pair, it's the lower grades that should move away into another area.
  6. Be wary of the buzzer that indicates the round start & end time. In between rounds get some water if needed and arrange your next partner as quickly as possible (rest time between rounds is usually kept to a minimum!)

After the class:

  1. We usually have 5-10 mins at the end spare, use this time to ask the instructors/other students improvement areas or drill certain positions you need to work on.
  2. Please ensure you have all your gear with you. Many times it's your Gi or belt that gets left behind!
  3. Wash your gear after every lesson. In BJJ & Grappling, skin conditions can be caught (especially ringworm). Keeping clean prevents these types of issues.

Reviews & Ratings of Ruislip BJJ

Loving This Place!

From: Rado Z Włodawy, created on: 25/12/2019

Friendly BJJ dojo, big mat space, great instructors and nice music playing in the background. Loving this place!

A Great Venue!

From: John Boyle, created on: 25/12/2019

Wicktor the coach was excellent and it was a really good place to practice BJJ. I would recommend it to anybody whatever level they are at. If you are coming by car it has a car park behind the building and from the railway station, it's only one minute away. A great venue and a good coach.

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Ruislip BJJ
Office: Harrow
Address: Tithe Farm Sports Club, Harrow, HA2 0XH
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