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justabill
12/06/2006 10:10am,
Hello all,
I am currently training in Judo and traditional Jiu-Jitsu, I am still a novice at both (along with other non-grappling styles). Would it be wasteful or beneficial to add in some BJJ? I am considering checking out Serra's school.

Thanks for your opinions and jeers,
Bill

ViciousFlamingo
12/06/2006 10:46am,
Hello all,
I am currently training in Judo and traditional Jiu-Jitsu, I am still a novice at both (along with other non-grappling styles). Would it be wasteful or beneficial to add in some BJJ? I am considering checking out Serra's school.

Thanks for your opinions and jeers,
Bill

No, BJJ tends to complement Judo extremely well

Welcome to Bullshido.

P.S. Is that WC I see in your style field?

justabill
12/06/2006 10:54am,
No, BJJ tends to complement Judo extremely well

Welcome to Bullshido.

P.S. Is that WC I see in your style field?

Thanks for the welcome and yes, but it's not traditional WC, modernized version dealing with multiple attackers. It actually has it's own unique name, but I doubt anyone has heard of it.

Toxeh
12/06/2006 10:57am,
Where do you get the time for these martial arts?!?! I struggle to study the one!!!

EDIT: Welcome to bullshido by the way!

justabill
12/06/2006 11:04am,
Where do you get the time for these martial arts?!?! I struggle to study the one!!!

EDIT: Welcome to bullshido by the way!

I quit drinking and hanging out at bars, don't watch much TV, stuff like that.
I train a couple of hours a day and I try to make it to at least one school a day.
Luckily the class schedules all fit together.
Thanks for the welcome.

ViciousFlamingo
12/06/2006 11:09am,
I quit drinking and hanging out at bars, don't watch much TV, stuff like that.
I train a couple of hours a day and I try to make it to at least one school a day.
Luckily the class schedules all fit together.
Thanks for the welcome.

Good lord, that's hella committment. Props for that. :P

vinhthekid
12/06/2006 12:18pm,
yeah props. it's hard to make time in life for MAs so much of the time.