"The Quality of your Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) is directly related to the quality of your movement...and the quality of your movement is directly related to the quality of your practice and of your training..."


Hi, I'm Jason C. Brown, I'm a physical educator & teacher that helps motivated but overwhelmed Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu players and other martial artists (recreational & professional) get the most out of their bodies and their training on and off the mat by creating movement practices & athletic development programs that are simple, strong & sustainable. 

I have known Jason C. Brown for 18 years, exactly the amount of time that I have been involved in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, Jason has been on the cutting edge of fitness and conditioning for as long as I have known him. His personal coaching and blog have been a well that never runs dry, I have greatly benefited from his coaching.
— Josh Amaro- BJJ & Judo Blackbelt

My goal here is to be a voice of reason and an honest & simple source of training & movement knowledge and support. I try to stay away from the hype and complexity.

I began kettlebell training in 2004 on my own after buying one with a basic DVD. I realize now that my training didn’t really begin until two years later when I took a seminar from Jason C. Brown. I recently moved near his gym in Philadelphia, and I began training with him bi-weekly. He is an incredible teacher as well as a technician. He has turned me into a complete kettlebell addict and there isn’t a day now that I don’t use my kettlebells. I consider myself very fortunate to be able to learn from him personally.
— Daniel Haney- BJJ Black Belt - Team Balance

And although I may be in the business of teaching specific skills, knowledge and ideas, beyond this lies my larger and more compelling purpose: showing people the way out of the cave, into the natural physical and living world. I want to help open the door for you to reconnect with the forces, qualities and elements that give our bodies life and vitality.