Posted On:1/02/2012 6:26pm
Style: BJJ (blue), Kempo
So I'm just about to move to Dallas and have been having trouble finding a good gym/dojo near where I'm going. I'm moving to a place on the eastern outskirts of Dallas called Quinlan. I primarily have a BJJ background but have been looking for something different, maybe more traditional and cheap like Kyokushin or Judo (Sanda would be great too, but not getting my hopes up). Also great would be a pure Muay Thai or Boxing gym. I can't seem to find any of these nearby, only your run-of-the-mill Karate/TKD BS, but maybe that's just my weak google-fu. Could anybody help? Suggestions for great MMA gyms are welcome as well, though what I'm really looking for is a place to focus more on just one aspect of fighting for a while. Like I said, Judo and Kyokushin are at the very top of my list. Thanks to anyone who can help.
Posted On:1/02/2012 7:41pm
Style: Shorin Ryu Kenshin Kan
We're shorin ryu . Come on by.... google White Rock Kenshin Kan. Several BJJ and mma places here as well.
Posted On:1/03/2012 3:09am
Style: mostly BJJ with some Judo
some of my second rate google-fu turned up this
PS work on your ukemi, it'll be worth it, haha
Posted On:1/03/2012 2:32pm
Thanks a lot guys. The Shorin place and one of the Judo places seem about the same distance. I suppose a 45 min drive is the shortest I'm looking at, and I HAVE to keep training in something. Thanks for the help guys. In this case I'll go with Judo. Does anyone know how likely it is the Judo place will be all throws and no ground game? Hopefully it's both.
... Oh holy hell the Judo place is only $35 a month!?!!! I guess I shouldn't be surprised though. This is why I decided to move to Texas in the first place. After paying $115 a month for BJJ (which was at a discounted rate), this will be VERY nice for me.
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