The Evolve Brazilian Jiu Jitsu School Gives FREE Jiu Jitsu Classes in Fort Worth

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Christopher Story the owner of Evolve Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu academy wants you to become a part of their BJJ Fort Worth school by offering martial arts and Jiu Jitsu lessons FREE for 30 days.

FORT WORTH, Texas - eTradeWire -- After opening one of the largest Brazilian Jiu Jitsu gyms in Fort Worth Texas is temporarily giving away BJJ lessons at no charge to the public.

Christopher Story is quoted as saying, "Find out first hand if our Jiu Jitsu academy is right for you. We offer a 'No Strings Attached' 30 Day Free Trial.

You get access to all of our programs for 30 days at no charge, giving you a chance to see first hand how our Jiu-Jitsu program will change you or your child's life. We are so confident in our program that there is no obligation to enroll after the free 30 days. If you feel our program is not for you we shake hands and part ways as friends.

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With both Beginner or Advanced students, we have a martial arts class for you! No matter if this is your first time training or your 5th year training we have a specific curriculum designed for all experience levels.

We'd love nothing more than for you to become a part of our BJJ Fort Worth school. So lets bring out the best in your life and your child's life with our Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu classes. That way you too can enrich your life, learn self-defense, and get in great shape too. Try our program for 30 days free!"

So anyone interested in self defense or improving your life can try out their Fort Worth Jiu Jitsu and martial arts program that's best-suited for you and your specific situation, 30 days free at Evolve Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, 5108 Wilson Rd. Fort Worth, TX 76140 which can be located through Google maps https://www.google.com/maps?cid=1760804586665934323 or for more information and class schedules check out https://www.evolvebjj.com

Source: Martial Arts Black Belts
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