here comes the arm
Since I flounced away from competitive judo, it's time for me to start doing BJJ formally again.
Pathetically though, i'm not really familiar with BJJ in DC. Here's what i'm looking for:
-Cool with me keeping my two nights a week begginers' teaching gig in Rosslyn. I can give up this extra income for good coaching but it'd be nice to keep it.
-Good variety of rolling partners
-Start at least half of rolls standing
-recent comp experience
-Ventilation. I have minor trait thallesemia and I cannot train someplace overloaded with carbon dioxide.
-Can't require contracts
-Be reasonably affordable
-Accesible by public transportation somehow or other. Bus is fine.
Last I checked we had a ton of folks in the DC area. Feel free to bump this.
Is that a Protomen reference?
50/50 is reachable by public transport, even if it's a relative hike. i don't know much about it... 'cept ryan hall teaches there and it's a great group of folks.
but the space is well ventilated, and rather nice in general, with showers and lockers and the whole shebang.
Wow, three ppl on this site that know of the protomen. Is that coincidence?
i take it by dc, you mean the city proper?
Or what is reachable by public transport from it.
Shadowdean, Stick and myself are up in Rockville @ Pure Performance (formally Capital Punishment MMA), walking distance from the red line. Send me your email in a PM and I'll forward you the schedule. We got no-gi BJJ and Wrestling classes at the moment and should be expanding that quite a bit in the next month once we move into the new spaces. Shadowdean is one of the instructors so feel free to PM him if you got questions.
Pauli you training at One Spirit?
Originally Posted by pauli