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    Sacramento-area people?

    I'm looking for a new place to train in Sacramento, and while I've found a few places I like, I'd love to hear from other Bullshido members as to their experiences in Sac. And, before you say it, no, I am not going to Kovar's[1]. *grin*

    I'm most interested in Boxing and Kickboxing, or basically any art that involves lots of sparring and no forms -- if I wanted to dance I'd go to 815L. Jujitsu, Japanese or Brazillian, is also something I want to start doing again, and a school that offers both would be good. Big thing I'm looking for in a school is location (Sacramento area), and sparring -- I have my own sport-conditioning program, access to weights and a good track, so physical fitness is something I've got covered.

    A part-time McDojo is fine as well; I understand that the bills have to get paid, and a school that 'pays the bills' with TKD/KM/WC/ArtOfTheMonth, while offering a solid BJJ/Kickboxing program, would be right up my alley.

    Sac BJJ looks like a good school so far, and I'm going to check them out week after next (I've got a nasty cold at the moment), as they offer MT and BJJ.

    Thanks-in-advance!

    [1] A well known local McDojo chain.

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    Originally posted by Matadon
    I'm looking for a new place to train in Sacramento, and while I've found a few places I like, I'd love to hear from other Bullshido members as to their experiences in Sac. And, before you say it, no, I am not going to Kovar's[1]. *grin*

    I'm most interested in Boxing and Kickboxing, or basically any art that involves lots of sparring and no forms -- if I wanted to dance I'd go to 815L. Jujitsu, Japanese or Brazillian, is also something I want to start doing again, and a school that offers both would be good. Big thing I'm looking for in a school is location (Sacramento area), and sparring -- I have my own sport-conditioning program, access to weights and a good track, so physical fitness is something I've got covered.

    A part-time McDojo is fine as well; I understand that the bills have to get paid, and a school that 'pays the bills' with TKD/KM/WC/ArtOfTheMonth, while offering a solid BJJ/Kickboxing program, would be right up my alley.

    Sac BJJ looks like a good school so far, and I'm going to check them out week after next (I've got a nasty cold at the moment), as they offer MT and BJJ.

    Thanks-in-advance!

    [1] A well known local McDojo chain.

    Ah, another Sacramentan! There are others on here who currently live in the area, Punisher, Wastrel, xero, etc. and might have a more up to date list. But Sac BJJ is where I'd train if was still there.

    And if I remember correctly, Kovar's offers BJJ part-time.

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      Originally posted by warriors13
      BTW, what Kouhiijitsu?
      The exquisite and ancient art of Coffee. This art is divided into three different sections, to better reflect the three ranges of combat: Tsukuridou, or Making Coffee; Nomidou, or Drinking Coffee, and Kohii-Kaktou, or Beating The Hell Out Of Those Who Would Take Coffee From You.

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