“I have been training BJJ since 2005, and 4 of those years has been under Coach Ahmad. I have achieved a much higher level of technical and physical activity in the last 4 years, all thanks to Ahmad for his constant attention to technical details and strong emphasis on physical conditioning. Over this time, I have seen many other instructors involved in martial arts and I must say that Ahmad's coaching style is unique and highly effective. His attention to detail and ability to motivate students makes Ahmad one of the most sought-after BJJ teachers in the GTA. Ahmad quite simply 'out-cares' other teachers, by fully investing himself into his students' progression and development. Training at AFG BJJ has enabled me to reach new heights that I was unable to achieve at other BJJ academies”

“I started training jiu-jitsu in 2006 and haven't looked back since. My coaches and training partners at AFG BJJ help me stay in great shape and keep my BJJ tools sharp. If you've been thinking about starting jiu-jitsu, I highly recommend trying out a few classes at AFG BJJ. The beginner class is great for anyone regardless of size, strength or fitness level. All you have to do is show up and get started, you won't regret it!”

“Within my first year of being a member at AFG, I quit smoking cigarettes and lost over 40 lbs of body fat, which was almost 20% of my entire body weight! I was able to achieve these two difficult tasks through hundreds of hours of hard training and guidance from the AFG coaching staff and senior members. By training BJJ my strength, endurance, flexibility and overall fitness levels have drastically increased. I am now in the best shape of my life and getting sharper everyday. If you follow Coach Ahmad's system you are bound to get stronger, faster and better technically after every session. Coach Ahmad teaches his students to excel in every area of life, not just on the mats, by repeatedly encouraging us to step out of our individual comfort zones and to attempt new things we are not quite sure that we can achieve. He regularly reminds us not to be afraid to open up our game during training. My advice to attend class with a good attitude and willingness to try new things and you'll fit right in. ”