About This Show
If you want to know more about your favorite Brazilian Jiu Jitsu athletes, School Owners, or personalities? Then you have come to the right podcast. U.T.P. runs down your BJJ favorites and gets their take on BJJ trends, who their favorite BJJ athletes are and how we can UNITE JIU JITSU!
Most Recent Episode
Ep. 38- James "300" Foster
James " 300" Foster is a 3rd degree Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black belt under Giva Santana, and owner and operator of Foster Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in Kent, WA, USA.
James' martial arts roots are in Karate, where he achieved the rank of Black belt, but in 1996, he transitioned to BJJ while in Texas. Shortly thereafter, James opened his own gym, FBJJ.
While he may be famous for his large collection of Shoyoroll Gi's, its his dedication to various charity organizations including: Blackbelts for Butterflies, Mission 22, and WeDefy that make him one of BJJ's most special professors. Join me as James Foster and I, Unite Jiu Jitsu.