damn...don't you just love baseless statistics that can't be proven or disproven? for example i could say 85% of statistics are made up:)
Originally Posted by wingchundo
I cuaght a Ralek seminar recently and got to play around with him a little. Real legit skills - you can certainly feel that they are above the level of your average BJJ black belt. Those guys may not be winning Mundials lately but they are not too far off that pace, honestly.
Originally Posted by Coach Josh
It seems to be a conversion course which if they choose the candidates well could work, but I agree 2 weeks would be much too short a course to make a good fighter.
Im not sure of the specifics, but if a Olympic wrestler or Judo player studied 8 hours a day for 2 weeks it's not improbable that he could adjust his 34 basic techniques to a reasonable enough level to teach them right?
Although participation in the ICP requires only a one-time flat fee, all CTCs pay a monthly licensing fee.......
ANYONE have any idea what:
1) the one time flat fee is????????
2) What the CTC monthly fees are??????
I don't think its going to be cheap.......I hear the other Gracie camp bases there monthly affiliation fees on how many students you have....and they want to know everything you do.
Originally Posted by Bodyartsguy
Yeah I figured it's spendy (but that's all relative I guess). Just curious as to what the Filing/Monthly fees are, so again - if anyone reads this and has any idea please post. I noticed Gracies will not release the Licensing Fees until "Deemed Eligable" which sends a clear message that it's not cheap.
Originally Posted by Team Python
The Cape Town Gracie school kindly loaned us Ryron when he was here the year before last. It was a great seminar. Hopefully we can get his brother down here when he comes to their school in april. I learned some great stuff about hip control when you have mount that I'm working on all the time.
A lot of the advertising for this program makes me sad. But, Gracie Cape Town is a good school with solid grappling skills. Two of our guys were there for a visit recently and they really loved the atmosphere, attitude, and big-ass floor fans. Damn we need some of those.
The Gracies have always taught Bullshido. This online program is just another moneymaking scheme as any "blue belts" opening a school to teach the stuff they learned online will have to pay money up to the Gracie family.
This is insane. It's even crazier somehow than getting a blue belt online
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