Posted On:6/27/2008 12:03pm
Style: BJJ,JUDO,MUAY THAI
I was thrilled that there our now new classes of bjj within my area, i have posted a link below of the website of this school, please could you tell e what your opinions are about it. From what i have gatherd, they also do no gi, as well as alot of submission wrestling tournaments around the country.
Posted On:6/27/2008 12:12pm
Style: wing chun/ BJJ
I don't train there but I train at what I suppose is the mother club of Carlson Gracie/BJJ Revolution Team in Hammersmith in London. Walid is a good, technical instructor who teaches down at Hammersmith occasionally. Therefore I'd highly recommend it.
Posted On:7/04/2008 9:18am
Style: Muay Thai
I've only just started training at Carlsons Hammersmith (couple of months), so take my opinion for what it's worth. I've only had one lesson with Wallid but he sure seems to know his stuff. Also, have to agree with above that Carlsons is a great team to be involved with and they seem to be growing. Also, it's an aggresive style that lends itself well to MMA if that's what you're into. Anyway, main website here http://www.carlsongracieteam.org.uk/
Bottom line, even if there were other clubs in your area you'd still have to seriously consider training at Carlsons.
Posted On:7/06/2008 3:21pm
I mainly train down Tonbridge way but I've been up to the boiler room a few times and I've trained with Walid a couple as well. Definitely recommended.
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Posted On:7/06/2008 8:02pm
Style: RJJA Jujitsu, MCMAP
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