Against most people, my main advantage is moving in quick, unpredictable jerking motions. Everywhere I go, they say white belts shouldn’t do this for safety reasons. That said, how do I get good at moving fast if I always make slower, more controlled moves during rolling? Is it possible to train slow and somehow learn to do the moves fast in the process?
So I recently joined this subreddit and one of my favorite parts about it is the technique tutorials that are posted here on occasion, so I’m just curious if you guys know any place good to go for more videos like these!
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I just moved to Culver City and have an interest in learning BJJ. I’ve taken a few trial classes around the area and this particular school seems good and fits my work schedule. Has anyone trained there or have any thoughts/opinions about the school or instructor?
I recently had the drawstrings of my pants torn off (I guess something happened in the washer, I’m not really sure). Is there any way of replacing the drawstring, or is buying a new pair of pants the better option? For reference, they are Keiko Raça pants. Easily my favorite gi, and I’m a bit upset that this happened, so I’m trying to hopefully find a quick fix to this issue.