Faces of Princeton Brazilian Jiu JItsu Part I

Faces of Princeton Brazilian Jiu JItsu Part I

In June, Josh Smith (PBJJ purple belt) took photos of some students before both a kids class and an adult class. We then asked the participants to answer a series of questions about their experience with BJJ. Over the course of a few blog posts we will be sharing the pictures and some quick quotes from the students.

Our community has been growing and we thought this would be a fun opportunity to put names to faces while learning a little more about some of the awesome people we share the mats with.

These are some of the faces of PBJJ. Enjoy!

Lilly Scannapieco 

How has BJJ helped you? “It makes me have confidence in myself.”

Lily Scannapieco, a face or Princeton BJJ

Bella Scannapieco

When you’re training, or after you’re done training, how does it make you feel? “I feel strong and healthy after a class of training and hard work”

Bella Scannapieco, face of Princeton BJJ

Hayden Kowalewski

 When you’re training, or after you’re done training, how does it make you feel? “It makes me feel strong and happy”

Hayden Kowalewski, face or Princeton BJJ

John Bullis

What brought you to BJJ? “Being a former college athlete, I needed another form of physical activity to release energy and gear myself towards goal achieving. Finding a community of like minded people as well as making this my first martial art was a big pull in why I wanted to try BJJ.”

John Bullis, face of Princeton BJJ

Cindy Fink

What is the most rewarding part of BJJ? “The most rewarding part of BJJ for me is being fit and being able to share what I have learned with others.”

Cindy Fink, face of Princeton BJJ

Alex Finfer

What brought you to BJJ? “I just wanted a way to diversify my work out. Never expected to fall in love with it.”

Alex Finfer, face of Princeton BJJ

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