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  1. Apr 26, 2022 · Helio Gracie, born on October 1st, 1913, was the co-founder of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and a Mixed Martial Art enthusiast for the traditional combat that emphasized grappling rather than striking as the primary technique. He was the youngest son of Gastao Gracie (third-generation Scotsman) and was the only living 10th Degree Red Belt in BJJ.

  2. Oct 29, 2018 · Helio Gracie (1913-2009) was the youngest son of Gastao Gracie. Back as a child, he suffered from fragile health and was a very skinny kid. Before moving to Rio, his brother Carlos, who was a lot stronger, began training with Maeda. Mitsuyo “The Count” Maeda was a Kodokan Judo master, also versed in Japanese Jiu-Jitsu.

  3. The Gracie philosophy goes beyond the application of simply submitting opponents. The Gracie philosophy prepares practitioners for life, enabling them to live a healthy life and use their body and mind to its full potential. The philosophy promotes a life free of drugs, alcohol, and cigarettes.

  4. Jan 1, 2020 · Helio Gracie GRACIE JIU-JITSU Revised Edition Hardcover – January 1, 2020 by Helio Gracie (Author) 188 ratings See all formats and editions Hardcover $115.00 3 Used from $167.52 1 New from $115.00 “A must have for any jujitsu practitioner.” – Amazon Reviewer

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  5. The Gracie family story begins with George Gracie, who emigrated from Scotland to Brazil. It is his son Gastão Gracie, who was the father of Carlos Gracie and who arranged for Carlos to study classical Japanese Jiu-Jitsu with the former Japanese champion, Mitsuyo Maeda (known in Brazil as Conde Koma, the "Count of Combat").

  6. Aug 17, 2020 · The most common images of Grandmaster Helio Gracie are of him wearing a red belt with 10 degrees, which is reserved for the founders of Gracie/Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (Carlos, Helio, George, Oswaldo Gracie). There are however a few pictures where the Grandmaster appears with a blue belt. Pedro Valente explained why:

  7. Between the years of 1961 and 1962 Helio Gracie created the solid colors scheme on the belts. One of the main reason why he likes the white Gi’s. For people/students under 16 years of age, the colors are white, yellow, orange and green. For people/students over 16 years of age, the colors are white, blue, purple, brown and black.

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