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Charles Harriott His Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!

Charles Harriott His Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!


Who is Charles Harriott?

Charles Harriott is an American black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, a self-proclaimed traveler, and a practicing break dancer. He trains out of Gainesville, Florida just a small distance from his birthplace of Boca Raton. Although his professional life has brought him back to where he started, Charles Harriott has traveled the world with his life in a backpack, giving Jiu Jitsu seminars, competing as a break dancer and a grappler, and learning about the world. 

Leglocks 101 by Charles Harriott

According to Charles’ own website, he first fell in love with martial arts when he saw the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on television. By age three, Charles Harriott was already committed to becoming a ninja. He would experiment with several other martial arts, including Kenpo, Judo, Tae Kwon Do, and the Universal Martial System.

Charles points out that the biggest consistency in his entire life has been his love of martial arts. As a graduate of a physics program and former software developer, Harriot had options in life. At age thirty, he decided to make a dramatic change and leave his office job for a full time pursuit of martial arts. 

In 2018, Harriott says, he was able to travel to 26 countries and see the world. During those trips he stopped at over 90 Jiu Jitsu schools and made friends all over the globe. In 2019, Charles brought the broad experience derived from traveling back to the United states and began teaching seminars in Gainesville more often.

Charles’ primary interest in the sport is in watching others develop. It’s interesting to see such a successful coach take a non-traditional path to a life of instruction. After all, not everyone dreams of IBJJF gold! This puts Charles in the small, unique category of intellectual master. Aspiring to follow in the footsteps of natural-born teachers like John Danaher, Harriott’s amazing contribution to the sport will be the legacy that he leaves on thousands of other athletes.

IBJJF Legal Leglocks by Luiza Monteiro

How Old is Charles Harriott?

Charles Harriott was born in Boca Raton, Florida in 1986. The area is known for its MMA competitors and has produced several UFC fighters. Harriott is 35 years old as of 2022.

Charles Harriott Family

There isn’t much information available about Charles Harriott’s family. He maintains a private life, and instead discusses his love of travel and breakdancing, along with Jiu Jitsu, when he gives interviews.

How Much is Charles Harriott Worth?

Charles Harriott’s net worth is not public information. He is a successful competitor and coach who funds his love of travel by giving seminars in the places he visits. As a self-described “traveler”, Charles Harriott defines his success by the freedom to travel and make new friends all over the world.

How Tall is Charles Harriott?

As is often the case with grapplers, who record only their weight for competition, Charles Harriott’s height is not published.

How Much Does Charles Harriott Weigh? 

Charles Harriott’s precise weight is unknown. Most recently, he’s competed in the absolute division at Grappling Industries which doesn’t record weight.

Charles Harriott Fight List

Charles Harriot spent his twenties as a software developer and competitive breakdancer while he trained Jiu Jitsu as a hobby. His personal goals were never to compete on the international circuit but instead to see the world and broaden his experience. He doesn’t have an extensive competition record, but he does have a vetted and verified record of teaching at a black belt level around the world.

Charles Harriott's Best Fight of All Time

Charles Harriott is a life long martial artist and has likely had bouts in several sports, but he’s known for his coaching prowess and his philosophical bent. We’re sure that Charles has a favorite match and he’s dominated some regional tournaments, but you’re more likely to hear him talking about his interesting experiences in a foreign land than reliving his glory.

Who Did Charles Harriott Lose To?

Charles Harriot has traveled to hundreds of Jiu Jitsu schools, so we’re sure he’s experienced the pressure of defeat. There’s no record of his losses because Charles’ engagement with the sport has been as a talented coach with an innate ability to help others grow.

Charles Harriott Record

Charles Harriott doesn’t have a single, compiled record. There are scattered records of his success on sites like SmoothComp, for example, but he is, first and foremost, a coach.

Charles Harriott Injuries

Charles Harriot credits a knee injury from breakdancing for turning him towards jiu jitsu. Although the idea of grappling to take it easy on your knees might sound silly to some, a professional breakdancer has a different definition of contortion.

As an avid leglocker, though, Charles Harriott has paid special attention to strength and conditioning routines to protect his joints. Additionally, he’s created a youtube primer to safely practicing leglocks, which is an awesome freebie for anyone looking to get started on the legs.

Is Charles Harriott Retired?

Charles Harriott is not retired from grappling. He is an active competitor who continues to make himself known in regional competitions at the black belt level. Although he is now 35, he competed as recently as the fall of 2021, and will likely be seen back on the mats at a Grappling Industries event soon.

Finally, when he isn’t in the middle of a roll, Charles Harriott is an excellent teacher. He has worked hard to hone his craft not only as a competitor, but as a creator of instructional videos. He’s coordinated with BJJ Fanatics to film some creatively-titled content, “Leglocks 101: How to Start Attacking the Legs for People Who Don’t Use Leglocks”.

If that title doesn’t inspire you to start integrating modern leglocks into your old-school game, we don’t know what will! In these videos, you’ll pick up the basics of leg attacks and learn that, much like any other system of attacks, there’s nothing magical about the legs. After all… why would you ignore fifty percent of the human body?

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