Bamboo Studios is dedicated to the athletic development, fitness, well-being and performance of all Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) players, recreational and competitive.

We know that the quality of your life and BJJ are directly related to the quality of your movement. By enhancing the quality of your movement and your physical abilities such as strength, power, flexibility and mobility we can change the quality and the enjoyment of your Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu experience and lifestyle.

Powerful & graceful Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu starts with a strong, flexible and injury resistant body. Our goal here at Bamboo Studios is to optimize your performance on and off the mat.

‘Coaching my clients and athletes to do their best inside our studio is only one aspect of my business. Helping my clients and athletes perform at their best outside the gym is the other.” - Jason C. Brown


We are unconditionally committed to the athletic development of all BJJ athletes at all levels of play, male or female, 6 years old or 65. 

What makes Bamboo Studios unique?

We specialize in working with recreational BJJ players. Not only that, we are BJJ players ourselves. We train ourselves exactly the same way you need to be in order to get the most out of your body, your training and your time.

And because we know that your time is short , we provide the highest quality training programs that are delivered in under an hour. You'll still have time to train more BJJ, be with your family and get your work done. 

Experience the fullest spectrum of athletic development including natural gymnastics, kettlebell training, MovNat/Parkour and good ole' fashioned play in one of our signature programs within Bamboo Studios. By tapping into your most natural and primitive movements you'll build strength, endurance, flexibility, become more durable and graceful in your every-day movements.

We consider each training session to be practice and not just another mindless workout. Together we'll grow your strengths and cultivate meaningful movement skills.

We specialize in athletic development for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ), Judo, MMA and Muay Thai kickboxing but honestly, we love to help everyone move better and play more. So please give us a call at 215-XXX-XXXX.

Bamboo Studios is located at 1518 Easton Road Roslyn/Abington PA 19001 Unit #7. 

Bamboo Studios Athletic Development Program is led by Jason C. Brown, one of the leading authorities on athletic development for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) and Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) athletes.  Jason C. Brown has been featured in Mens' Health, Men's Fitness, Experience Life Magazine, and CNN's Fit Nation. 

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What other BJJ players say about training with Jason C. Brown...

“I consider Jason C. Brown to be an instructor capable of bringing any BJJ athlete to an elite level. I worked out at his gym before I relocated and considered it to be a place of higher learning vis-a-vis conditioning, kettlebell training, and martial arts. I am hopeful Jason will make his way down to the new location to do a seminar with our martial artists. Besides my direct communication with Jason, I continue to follow the articles, videos, and advice he gives. I find his insightful supplement invaluable during my daily kettlebell routine for BJJ.”

Ken Primola- I Love BJJ- BJJ Blackbelt

“As a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner and fitness enthusiast, I've made kettlebell training and other high intensity programs the cornerstone of my practical strength and conditioning program. Jason is bar-none the best strength coach I know. Having Jason available through the same BJJ affiliation and the internet has been a tremendous resource to myself and my teammates. I look forward to training with him on a more regular basis as soon the opportunity provides itself. 
Thank you Jason for being such a tremendous resource.”

Chris Romanchick -BJJ Black Belt

have known Jason C Brown for sixteen years, exactly the amount of time that I have been involved in Brazilian Jiujitsu, Jason has been on the cutting edge of fitness and conditioning training 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- Brazilian Jiu-jitsu and Judo Black belt, US Navy Combatives instructor and Head instructor of Relentless Jiujitsu San Diego CA

“In a culture where mediocrity is slowly becoming the standard, it is nice to know that there are still professionals that strive for excellence; Jason is one of those professionals.  Although many years my junior, I often look to Jason for his opinion, fresh eyes, and innovative thinking.  His passion for strength and conditioning, especially when it comes to hard-core-combat-training, is also something that draws us together as colleagues and friends. I’m certainly honored to call Jason a friend and colleague.  In him I find the assurance that the industry I love so much will be in great hands when my generation steps aside.”

Juan Carlos Santana

Jason C. Brown embodies what I love about BJJ training He is enthusiastic, 
careful, extremely knowledgeable, and loves his subject. He makes certain 
that the exercise is done properly and keeps on making sure that it stays 
that way.  His charismatic approach coupled with a scientific and 
physiological understanding make him an exceptional instructor even within 
the ranks of his outstanding peers.

Mike Flitter- BJJ Blackbelt Belt 

As a Black belt in Gracie Jiujitsu and a full time instructor, I've been exposed to lots of different ideas about fitness, performance and athletics over the years. Sometimes it seems like learning about my sport, and athletic performance in general is this twisted, thorny maze of information, convicting ideas, wacky notions and tons of strong opinions. 

There's a lot of confusing stuff out there. That's where Jason comes in. He has the rare gift of being able to make the complicated seem simple, to clear out some of the brush and make complex ideas about training understandable and easy to digest. 

 I've had the pleasure of being trained by him for some of my most important tournaments and I can honestly say that I've never felt more super human than when he prepares me for an athletic event. The thing is, though, he's not just a trainer. I can't keep my mouth shut when he's training me, I have to pick his brain about why I'm doing a certain kettlebell movement a certain way, or what the changes in my body mean, or how I would apply this to my specific sport...and he not only is able to explain all this stuff in ways that my simple brain can understand, but it's clear when he explains this stuff that he loves what he's doing. He's a student of the game still, constantly doing new research, learning, experimenting, exploring. 

He will train you, for sure, but he can also educate you. This is more rare. There are lots of people who can make you tired and sore, but it's a whole other thing when someone is able to bring you to your physical potential for an important event, and teach you at the same time. 

You come out of the experience much much better on all levels.  So, yes, I would recommend that if you have the chance to train with him do so, without a doubt. You will be in the capable hands of an experienced, educated, and creative individual who is absolutely nuts about what he does. As a new Black belt, I'm in the "Big leagues" of Bjj competition now, and I know that having the good fortune to have Jason as a trainer, being prepared for this new level will be covered and then some.

It is for these reasons that I'm proud to be a student of his, as a Level 1 Kettlebell Athletics Coach, a training partner in Brazilian Jiujitsu, and a friend of his. He's a good dude, train with him!

Josh Vogel- BJJ Blackbelt