Robot Fight & Fitness

Robot’s roots began in 2006 at UCLA when Tim Peterson began teaching Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. At 20 years old, Tim became the head instructor for the UCLA BJJ classes and head coach for the UCLA BJJ Team. Tim quickly developed a formidable program at UCLA and a competitive team that brought home medals from the World Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Championships and Pan American Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Championships, establishing UCLA BJJ has a contender in the competitive world Jiu Jitsu scene.After Tim graduated from UCLA undergrad and UCLA Law, respectively, they dropped their other careers and opened Robot in 2009.

Facility:

  • 3000 sq ft. of Mat Space;
  • Olympic Lifting Area;
  • 2 bathrooms, 2 showers;
  • Lounge;
  • Retail Area;
  • And Plenty of Parking.
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Infrastructure
Fighting room
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We have state-of-the-art fitness amenities, 3000 square feet of mat space and 9 Thai heavy bags. A boxing ring, an Aerodyne Assault Bike, battle ropes, Olympic rings, Thai pads, focus mitts, 2 squat racks, two Olympic weightlifting platforms with bumper plates, Rogue training bars, plyo boxes, weight sled, etc.

Training facility for
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Gym
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Training facility for
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Sport classes
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
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Instructors:

  • Tim Peterson is the head instructor and owner of Robot Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.Tim is a black belt under Giva Santana (Lotus Club) and has competed and placed in local, national and international levels of competition. He became the head of the UCLA Brazilian Jiu Jitsu program during his Sophomore year of attendance. Under Tim’s leadership, the UCLA Brazilian Jiu Jitsu class and team swelled with new members and excelled in competition. Tim graduated from UCLA in 2009 and continues his Brazilian Jiu Jitsu journey at Robot. Tim has fought Gi and No Gi Champions in and outside his weight class including matches against Johnathan “JT” Torres (World Champion in 2013 and 2008), Rodolfo Vieira (Heavyweight World Champion in 2014, 2013, 2012, and 2011 / Absolute World Champion in 2011), and Theodoro Canal (World Champion in 2010);
  • Andrew Moskowitz — purple belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and beginning his Ph.D. in Quantitative Psychology at UCLA. He is looking forward to continuing his training and to one day become both a Black Belt and University Professor.
Sport class for
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Fitness
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Instructor:

Justin Zhang — He graduated from USC with a BA in Theatre and competed on the Men’s Rowing team. He currently holds a NASM certification in Personal Training and continues to further his knowledge so that he can become the greatest trainer he can possibly be.

Sport class for
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MMA
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Instructor:

Alex Leavitt has been training martial arts since he was 5 years old in San Pedro, CA. He received his black belt in Tang Soo Do at the age of 15 before switching his focus to wrestling during his freshman year of high school. He continued training at ASU with Jeff Funicello and transitioned into MMA with an Olympic style wrestling focus. Under Jeff, he had two MMA fights and won both before moving back to LA after college. He was soon introduced to Robot Fight & Fitness and began training BJJ under Tim Peterson and Muay Thai under David Huerta. Since joining Robot, he holds a 7-0 Muay Thai record and a 1-0 MMA record. Alex currently teaches the wrestling and MMA classes at Robot.

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Muay Thai
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Instructors:

  • David Huerta is the head instructor of Robot’s Muay Thai program. He started training Muay Thai in 2003 when he moved down the street from a gym in Los Angeles. Falling in love with the sport the first day he tried it, David has been doing it consistently since. David trains under Jorge Zarata, one of the first Americans to train Muay Thai in the U.S, and Montri Sunpanich, the first promoter to bring a “Thai Team” to compete back in the mid-70s. He currently fights as a professional. As an amateur, he captured several regional titles, became California State Champ, Guatemalan National Champ, and United States National Champ:
  • Leo “Domo” Imai originally started training MMA when his family took an interest in Judo. He holds a brown belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, is currently undefeated in MMA with a 5-0 record, and has a record of 3-1 in Muay Thai. He is the SparStar MMA featherweight champion. In addition to being a fighter, he is also a Kinesiology major at CSU Fullerton.
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Wrestling
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Instructor:

Alex Leavitt has been training martial arts since he was 5 years old in San Pedro, CA. He received his black belt in Tang Soo Do at the age of 15 before switching his focus to wrestling during his freshman year of high school. He continued training at ASU with Jeff Funicello and transitioned into MMA with an Olympic style wrestling focus. Under Jeff, he had two MMA fights and won both before moving back to LA after college. He was soon introduced to Robot Fight & Fitness and began training BJJ under Tim Peterson and Muay Thai under David Huerta. Since joining Robot, he holds a 7-0 Muay Thai record and a 1-0 MMA record. Alex currently teaches the wrestling and MMA classes at Robot.

Sport class for
  • boys
  • girls
  • young men
  • young women
  • men
  • women
Robot Fight & Fitness