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Muzaffer schrieb 28-09-2014 :
If you live in Hollywood Florida, I would check out Carlos Rollyson's academy. He's a black belt under Carlson Gracie, one of the oniairgl masters of jiu jitsu. He is also a 7th degree black belt, as well as a black belt in Judo. I compared the two BBs, and Carlos seems much more experienced, as well as a Receiver of better training. You shouldn't pick a martial arts school because its close to you; I travel as little as 20 minutes to as long as 45 minutes (on bad days) to get to my jiu jitsu training here in Chicago. Good luck and let me know how it goes. P.S He has a three days a week, two year contract for $99 a month. As a beginner, 3 days a week may be more than enough for you. I LOVE jiu jitsu, and most ppl who sign up do, so you wont want to quit anytime soon. I would recommend that deal.References : http://ajnxnm.com [url=http://rkxfursdjgs.com]rkxfursdjgs[/url] [link=http://jvtaogeeejo.com]jvtaogeeejo[/link]

Saverio schrieb 28-09-2014 :
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Kanwal schrieb 28-09-2014 :
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Jang schrieb 26-09-2014 :
Hey, thanks for comimnteng.I agree with you that BJJ does not have all the answers, for sure. But IF you end up on the ground, especially with a much larger attacker, you need to have basic BJJ skills to be able to escape. Those BJJ skills should ideally be complemented by dirty tactics that will give you a greater advantage. However without the fundamental understanding of position, how to escape from an inferior position, etc., you're really not going to have a chance on the ground.I also agree with you that if you're drunk or caught completely off guard there is no technique that's going to help you. That's why I say is 95% of self defense, and anyone can learn to be aware of their surroundings without spending a great deal of time training in physical self defense.BUT, I think people who teach others that physical tips and tricks alone are sufficient for self defense are doing a real disservice. Like you said, there's no technique in the world that's going to help you if you're caught completely off guard and outweighed by 50-100lbs. However, being aware of your surroundings combined with solid techniques and training methods (especially if they involve weapons) will. In my I explain what it really takes to defend yourself, and provide the techniques and training methods to get to that point. I completely understand if someone doesn't have the time or desire to train enough to be able to defend themselves. But that doesn't diminish the fact that a few physical tips alone aren't going to save them. Anyway, good points!

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