Tre’ Herrera is a 1st Degree Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Tre’ Herrera earned the rank of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt on April 1st 2017. He started training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in 2008. He also has a few years of experience training in Sambo prior to BJJ, and wrestled prior to training in Sambo.
Tre’ has actively competed since he was a white belt in BJJ starting in 2010. Tre’ has competed in submission only Superfights for Fight 2 Win, Submission Hunter Pro, and Combat Sports since he was a Brown Belt. Tre’ has also coached and cornered Amateur and Professional MMA Fighters since 2012. He has coached multiple Amateur and Professional MMA champions in different organizations.
BJJ and MMA are passions for Tre’. To see the growth in people, children and adults, is something Tre’ considers his purpose in life. The joy he feels seeing people grow in Jiu Jitsu and as people is something that drives Tre’ every day. He aspires to provide a training environment that is family and team oriented, safe for everyone, but also provides tough competitive training. People can walk through the door, have tough training, and leave happier than when they showed up, and healthier.
Cassie Herrera has been training and competing in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu since January of 2011. Cassie received her First Degree Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu on September 15th of 2022. Cassie has been actively competing in Tournaments since she was a white belt. She moved to also competing in Submission only superfights for Fight 2 Win and Submission Hunter Pro once she became a Purple Belt. On the stage she is known as “Baba Yaga” for her fierceness in competition and her intense focus.
Cassie believes in self-improvement through training Jiu Jitsu. The adversity we face in training allows life to become much easier. Cassie has a deep motivation to improve the amount of females, children and women, who participate within the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu community in Baja California Sur. Her presence as a Female Black Belt in Baja California Sur will help women aspire to train and will become a role model for females. She would loves to show how important female participation in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu will help the Jiu Jitsu community in Baja California Sur.
The more women train, the more confidence they will gain not only in their Jiu Jitsu but in their day-to-day lives.