Posted On:6/17/2007 1:22am
Posted On:6/17/2007 5:15am
im just wondering if anyone knows of any sambo schools (or whatever there called lol) in newcastle area in oz?
Posted On:6/19/2007 6:19pm
Style: Judo & BJJ
Anyone know of someplace decent in the Bethlehem/Allentown PA (Lehigh University) area? A friend of mine, a long time judoka, can't find a dojo nearby. Judo or BJJ preferred, although he'll take anything decent (i.e. the ninja "jujutsu" school he found was not what he was looking for)
Posted On:6/19/2007 8:11pm
An internet-challenged friend of mine is looking for a good place to train near Allentown/Bethlehem PA (basically near Lehigh University). He's a longtime judoka (nearly 20 years, off and on) and would prefer to continue with that. But he hasn't been able to find anything nearby. McDojos and Ninja's about, but he hasn't seen anything worth training in. Likely anything alive would do. Any suggestions?
(I cross-posted on the location mega-thread, but no one actually reads that ...)
Posted On:6/21/2007 8:13am
I am a student in Rolla, Mo but I am interning in Baton Rouge, LA this summer.
Does anyone know of some good BJJ schools around the Rolla/Columbia/Saint Louis areas in Missouri?
And what do you think of this school here in LA?
Posted On:6/26/2007 7:47pm
Looking for some Sambo classes in Iowa. If none, anyone know of any Sambo Seminars that take place in the Midwest atleast. Thanks would be appreciated.
Posted On:6/26/2007 10:33pm
Style: BJJ, Judo, SAMBO
MFS in Bettendorf comes to mind. I thought they had a coach there at one time named Greg Humphreys. SamboSteve is definitely the guy to ask about this.
Posted On:7/03/2007 6:57am
Style: Muay Thai
Does anyone here train at SBG in Manchester?
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Posted On:7/04/2007 10:07am
Style: BJJ, MACP, Guns
I'm spending 8 weeks at Ft. Leonard Wood, MO. I'll have nights and weekends off and I'm looking for a place to train. I think Leonard wood is about an hour from both Springfield and St Louis, so night classes might be hard to make, but weekend classes are a definite. I've found a couple of links on google, but I wanted to hear any firsthand knowledge you guys might have.
Posted On:7/04/2007 11:01pm
Fidgit, from what I remember about living in Springfield, Ft Lost In The Woods is about 90 minutes away and around 2 hours from St Louis. I think Boyd trains in Spfd so he may be able to shine a light on this.
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