Australia's best BJJ Youth coach 5 years in a row.
Jihad (also known as Big G) is available for 1 on 1 private lessons for kids and adults. Please use the form below to arrange your first lesson!
Born in 1977, Jihad Bekai is the head coach and owner of G-Force Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, with over two decades of experience in Martial Arts. He started his training with Kickboxing at the age of 17 before discovering Gracie Jiu Jitsu after the release of UFC 1 and the success of Royce Gracie. Under the guidance of Ninos Dammo at AET (Australian Elite Team), Jihad progressed steadily in his training and received his black belt in 2017, ranking #1 in AFBJJ Masters in Australia that year.
Aside from his own achievements, Jihad is also committed to developing the next generation of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu athletes. He has established a disciplined youth team with many athletes who compete across Australia and even internationally. His approach to training emphasizes a broad understanding of Jiu Jitsu technique and athletic dieting, ensuring that his students are well-rounded in all aspects of the sport.
Jihad's expertise and experience in Martial Arts and athletic training have been instrumental in the success of G-Force, which has achieved numerous National and World Titles. With his dedication to his students and passion for the sport, Jihad Bekai is widely respected as one of the top Brazilian Jiu Jitsu coaches in Australia.
G-Force officially opened in 2010 and what started as a small group has since flourished into one Australia’s largest MMA training facilities. Jihad's Black Belt lineage includes himself, Ninos Dammo, Gustavo Falciroli, Roberto Tozi, Roberto Godoi, Waldomiro Perez, Marcelo Behring, Rickson Gracie, Helio Gracie, Carlos Gracie Snr. through to Mitsuyo Maeda. With his extensive knowledge and experience in Martial Arts, Jihad Bekai is dedicated to ensuring that his students develop the discipline, focus, and mental toughness necessary to succeed both in and out of the gym.