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    #61
    Originally posted by SevSB
    Yes, that would suggest he is at their level, or even higher because he does have prior knowlege on submissions, positioning etc.
    He was at their level as far as chokes were concerned. He could not sweep, reverse, hold any other position besides kesa kezuri (sp?) or sub the blues at an equal level. He just had a blue or higher choking game, that was it.
    Shut the hell up and train.

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      #62
      ^^^ After the above post I now hate myself. How nice for me.
      If you ride the nuts, I hate your guts.
      Shut the hell up and train.

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        #63
        Originally posted by rokutanda
        I wish I could find a place in NYC where Judo is about $50/month. I've done the
        google searches, not too many schools in Manhattan. I'm paying $105 for 1
        class a week, plus a one-time $80 registration fee to the sensei and another
        $50 registration fee to the Judo association.. Other schools are $400/20
        classes within 3 months, I think you have to pay upfront...

        If anyone in NYC know of an inexpensive judo school that has classes on
        Tuesdays and Thursdays (I'm training BJJ M, W, F), please let me know!

        I'd try checking out the YMCA, community centers or local colleges.

        Classes in NYC are pretty expensive for any martial art.

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          #64
          I guess I'm really blessed, then. I take Judo through a community center for what works out to $20 a month and BJJ under a brown belt at a police academy for $25 a month.

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            #65
            Originally posted by Sub-Zero
            I guess I'm really blessed, then. I take Judo through a community center for what works out to $20 a month and BJJ under a brown belt at a police academy for $25 a month.
            Damn right you are. I pay $100 a month for BJJ/Kali. Lucky for me though, the Judo is run through the U I attend, so I just pay $20 a semester.
            "Keep a sharp knife, shiny boots and be on time."

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