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    Tell your instructor that you have had a few years experience as a "fluffer" They'll know how to use you.

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    Tell your new instructor that you have a few years as a "fluffer" They'll know what to do with you.

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    I started BJJ after training in Sport JJ, which doesn't suck too bad. I was brutally grapplefucked.

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    Honestly, BJJ sucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 100xobm View Post
    Remember to look the sensei in the eye. Don't blink or it might be seen as disrespectful.

    Loud and authorative "Hai!" at the end of their every sentence. This means you acknowledge them. It's not a rule, but it will impress them.

    If someone holds their hand out to you at the start of rolling, they're trying to see what you can do, sort of a mini test. Use it to pull them over. Kote Gaeshi sorta thing.
    If you don't blink your eyes you might become blind :O xD

    I'm burning in impatience jejej

    No hakama? Hmm that's logic, its a martial art from brazil, should I wear something typical of that country? :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by 100xobm View Post
    Remember to look the sensei in the eye. Don't blink or it might be seen as disrespectful.

    Loud and authorative "Hai!" at the end of their every sentence. This means you acknowledge them. It's not a rule, but it will impress them.

    If someone holds their hand out to you at the start of rolling, they're trying to see what you can do, sort of a mini test. Use it to pull them over. Kote Gaeshi sorta thing...
    Great!
    in addition: exaggerate your ukemi, ie: before their 'throw' has even moved you, throw yourself to the ground in dramatic fashion, and exclaim that you were overcome by their ki power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Middlefinger View Post
    Tell your new instructor that you have a few years as a "fluffer" They'll know what to do with you.
    Wow! 24 hours later my post actually appeared! Twice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xlins View Post
    No hakama? Hmm that's logic, its a martial art from brazil, should I wear something typical of that country? :P
    I believe the trditional training garb is a bead skirt and a 6' tall Festival mask.

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    One day I might grow a vagina and start training in BJJ.

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    I predict you will begin training in BJJ after you receive your aikido blackbelt.
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