Posted On:12/21/2008 7:38pm
@ Teh El Machado: I'm so sorry.. Next time I will be wary of the writing (smacks self)
@ hoodedmonk: Thanks for your opinion :D
Posted On:12/21/2008 8:45pm
Style: kodokan Judo
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Yes that gym looks good to me 4 what it's worth!
I read there page on Gracie JJ and it looks more Mcdojo to me. If they teach GJJ then they need to be affiliated with a Gracie, Royce, Royler, Carlson, Carlos jr, ect. I did not see any affiliation with anyone. If they are GJJ then you would expect to see with whom they are. Ther description of there JJ program states that with one year under your belt it is better than ten years in any other martial art, seems some one has been drinking Rorions koolaid.
I did not see any one ranked in BJJ and there belt system semed more TKD than BJJ. I can not comment on there other programs as im only a grappler, but there program looks like it was added to have a grappling class but does not seem to have quality instruction.
edit : i just went back and read the instructor page wich i should have started with, it seems there BJJ and grappling creds are up to snuff. They just need to put it on there BJJ page as well for people like me who jump the gun.
Last edited by ozarkjudo; 12/21/2008 8:58pm at .
Posted On:12/21/2008 8:54pm
In there gallery Coach Dillan seams to have some decent muay thai cred.
Posted On:12/21/2008 8:59pm
Further more based on the link given to me and after browsing around the site. I would say it still looks like it would be worth checking into.
Posted On:12/21/2008 9:07pm
Style: Gym drifter
The two coaches are brothers?
Posted On:12/21/2008 11:40pm
Yes, they are both brothers. I wouldn't mind going for harcore muay thai given their credentials :D
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