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    Quote Originally Posted by judoka_uk View Post
    BJJ is a Judo technique.
    Fixed. Any antagonism between BJJ and Judo players has always kind of felt like a sibling rivalry
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    Quote Originally Posted by TaeBo_Master View Post
    Fixed.
    Lol, lets not get started down that road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by judoka_uk View Post
    Lol, lets not get started down that road.
    I don't mean to get into the whole lineage debate. More of a commentary about BJJ and Judo being kindred spirits, and it makes no sense to me to discount the other one.

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    LOL, yea my first day there I showed up in my Gracie Barra gi and one sensei told me that BJJ was entirely strength based where Judo was all technique (which from my experience they coach me to strength throws a lot more than in Jits), the other sensei talked **** about Royce Gracie in the first UFC because "he just used all Judo techniques, It didnt prove BJJ good, It proved Judo good." Then a brown belt asked me how I escaped armbars to which I explained it depended on the situation/position but rolling out is an option and trying to get your elbow on the mat, he said "**** that, you bjj guys make things too difficult, just pull your arm out really hard." It was my first day and I didnt want to do the whole BJJ vs Judo thing, especially when It was my Proffessor that encouraged me to start Judo in the first place, so I just took it in stride and practiced my Ogoshi, but its pretty much the way its been there for the last three months.

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    So, which dojo is this you are going to in San Diego. I guarantee there are better ones. Send me a PM if you are worried about privacy.

    Oops, I see you may not have enough posts to do that.

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    I dont care, Im not blasting anyone there, just telling the truth. its called the NAS North Island Judo club. If you google navy judo san diego youll find stuff about them. I know for a fact theres a few good schools in my neighborhood, but its a conflict of schedule, and because this club is on the base I work at I can take time during my work day to train, which allows me to catch BJJ classes more frequently and train twice in a day. A lot of times Im the only one who shows up which is awesome because then its just me and sensei. 50 bux a year, I can do it during work, and personal instruction= win IMO.

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    LOL, glad it's working out for you, have fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by judoka_uk View Post
    Closed guard is a Judo technique.
    isn't BJJ really judo, but from a brazilian perspective?

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    Don't start.

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