Which Bjj Gym in Montreal?
My name is Mortal_wombat. I live in Montreal. I did shotokan Karate for 8 years, stopped for 6 and now im back on the martial arts scene. I've been doing some doce pares escrima for the past month and i am completely in love with it! Recently, by lurking around these forums, I've come to realize how important grappling is and would like to incorporate it into my game. I was once the type of guy who believed that any grappling art is useless and only for brainless ruffians. Obviously, I was wrong.
There are two bjj places that im looking at right now
Please remove spaces before the .ca and .com as i only have 2 posts therefore I am not allowed to post links:
Gracie barra Montreal - gbmontreal. ca/
H20 mma h2oma. com/
I don't know what to look for in a good bjj gym. What should I be looking for in good bjj gym? What should I avoid? How do i know that they're legit and not some over commercialized Mcdojo?
No, your name is not Mortal wombat. :-)
Although I would love to see an ID with that official name...
Anyway, welcome to Bullshido.
Check out the School review section of Bullshido as well as some forum stickies/threads about evaluating MA gyms (Search function is a friend).
Basically, though, you could start by paying a visit to both of the schools you're interested in. Most places offer a free introduction class, where you'll get a feeling of things plus you can ask the instructor anything that you want to know.
Good luck with your training and keep us updated.
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Thank you for your input and sorry for the late reply, I am very busy with my studies right now. I've decided that I am going to train at GAMMA which is a complete martial arts academy one of the dog brothers teaches there and the bjj team is one of the best that montreal has to offer.
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