About

ABOUT HEAD INSTRUCTOR, BILL HOSKEN

Bill started training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in Southern California in 1996. He has trained with some of the greatest BJJ fighters and coaches, including Rigan Machado and his brothers, Chris Haueter, Pedro Carvalho, Betiiss Mansouri and Rodrigo Teixiera. Bill continues to learn so his students are aware of new developments in BJJ, bringing in techniques from wrestling and other sports. Bill is aware that what works well for him might not be the best for every student, so he presents a variety of approaches and options for each technique. Students develop their own game or style, and Bill’s coaching style is flexible to accommodate each student’s strengths and limitations.

Bill earned a black belt under Rigan Machado, and competed in numerous grappling tournaments. His army certifications include Combative Level 4 Certified and authorized by the Army’s Combatives School to teach Combatives Level 1. He is also Combatives Level 1 Certified .

He received a certificate of appreciation from the US Army for his years of teaching their soldiers.

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49 Responses to About

  1. Jerry France says:

    i was interested in studying bjj at your school

    • csbjj says:

      Jerry
      Great than please come in tonight clean body clean cloths and wear shorts and t-shirt and trimmed nail.
      the class starts at 8pm so try it as my guest.

  2. Please email info on upcoming seminars at your school. Thank You.

  3. nick biondolillo says:

    hi yes i am ver interested in starting in to a program would loe to look into something at your school my name is nick would like to no a good time to come in and see what it about maybe even get involved thank you hope to hear back soon

  4. Evan says:

    hey, i am a 15 year old with disabilities (i have cerebral palsy and A.D.H.D) and i have been interested for a while in taking a mixed martial arts class for self defense, and i would love to see some programs that can accommodate to my disabilities and at the same time teach me useful self defense. so I’m thinking about looking into your school.
    Please reply back with times that i might be able to come in and see what its like

  5. csbjj says:

    PJ
    Normally the class size ranges from 10 to 20 people.
    we have changing rooms and showers.
    Plus we clean the school with disinfectant every day, most of the other school do not even clean their schools.
    I can honestly say we do have the best school in town !
    When do plan on trying us out ?

    Bill Hosken
    719-439-5776
    http://www.csbjj.com

  6. csbjj says:

    To answer your ? $75 a month.
    I suggest you bring him in and try a few free classes first to see if he likes it.
    please call me if you have any more questions.

    Bill Hosken
    719-439-5776

  7. csbjj says:

    Come to class tonight at 8pm !

    Bill
    719-439-5776

  8. csbjj says:

    All taken care of !
    April 1 2011 you will be back !

  9. Tristan says:

    hello im 22 and interested intaking some classes but i mainly work evenings and i was wondering if you any classes in the mornings

  10. csbjj says:

    Yes and No ! wrestling and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu can complement each other but they have different rules but as long as you understand how each sport can help the other out you should be good at both !

    please call me !

    Bill
    719-439-5776

  11. Mike Ford says:

    I’m interested learning jiu jitsu and was wondering when would be a good time to come in? I work in Denver but live in the Springs so I usually don’t get home until after 6pm. I was planning on coming in on Saturday to take a look.

  12. Sarah says:

    Hi, I’m active duty military stationed overseas right now. I’ve been looking for a studio to send my nephews for some BJJ training. I do BJJ myself and I’ve offered to pay for my nephews (and my brother finally agreed). How young do you teach? My nephews are 5 and 10. If I decided to send them to this studio, is there a way I will be able to set up payments (to include their gear)?

  13. max says:

    I’m a deployed soldier who wants to get back into training when i get back next month if you could please email me with more information about your gym it would be appreciated, thank you.

  14. max says:

    I am currently deployed to afghanistan and i am looking to start training again when i return next month, i came across your gym in my search and saw the good reviews. If you could please send me some more information about the gym via email it would be greatly appreciated, Thank you.

  15. Freddy G says:

    Hello,

    I’m very interested in learning BJJ, currenlty im in Afghanistan but will be returning in about a month.. Can I please get more info for beginners regarding BJJ, i.e. exact month charge and how many classes per month? Thank you

  16. Dee says:

    I’m interested but wonder do you have classes for women?

  17. Chris says:

    Hey I just turned 17, want to get more into shape and learn to defend myself been looking into close combat stuff such as this “on the ground” stuff never done anything like it definitely interested though, only evenings really work I hope we can work something out.

  18. Duran Hayden says:

    Bill,

    My name is Duran Hayden. I currently was recommended this school by David Cardenas he is a student in the BJJ classes. I am not a fan of hitting the gym and lifting weights so I figured this would be a more enjoyable way to get fit. I currently am trying to get to Ranger Battalion and my pt is not up to par (265). Not only would I learn how to fight but could this school help me out a lot with getting to the Ranger level of fitness? I am not overweight by any means. I just get bored real easy with the weight lifting routine. Let me know sir!

    -Duran Hayden

  19. Lloyd says:

    Hi I am 36yrs old, work in a cube all day. I have never taken any M-Arts classes before. I am overweight by a couple of pounds, but I looking to get more fit Physically. Which class can help me the best?

  20. Tony TorresValle says:

    Hey, I’m Tony, I’m 16 and I would like to return to jiu jitsu again but I need to know is this Gracie method? How much a month? And is there anytime I could drop by to maybe check out the place? Thanks

    • csbjj says:

      Tony do you know what the Gracie system is ? do you know Royce Gracie, a good friend of mine ? Did you look at my lineage tree ,
      http://www.bjjtree.com/BillHoskenFrames.html ?
      I have trained with some of the best Brazilian Jiu Jistu people in the world and I can say that I have learned from all of them and I still strive to learn more every day !
      If you want to learn Brazilian Jiu Jitsu them you are welcome to try our school ! please bring a parent the first time to sign your waiver.
      1025 Garden of the Gods rd !

  21. Lydia Leinen says:

    What is your women’s program like? Is it different than the men’s? Does it have different training times? Any info would be appreciated. Trying to get my hubby to give me Jiu Jitsu classes for Christmas this year. 😉 I took a self defense course that was taught by an Army Combatives instructor and he really got me interested in learning Jiu Jitsu.
    -Lydia

  22. Gage Winfield says:

    I am moving to CO Springs next year and I’m just wondering what the cost is to join your awesome ass gym!

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