Coming from a different school, I am so proud Method BJJ is now my place I call home. Besides the super helpful and friendly training partners, the instruction is truly something special. Professor Andrew brings his vast martial arts and movement aptitude, sense of humour, and attention to detail every day to the mats. It is encouraging to be part of such a great environment. Highly recommend!
I would highly recommend Method Jiu-Jitsu! Professor Andrew is focused, supportive and patient in his teaching and has developed a club with considerable respect for all practitioners. Attending the adult training, and being new to Jiu-Jitsu, I find myself eager to get back to the mats. Recently I have also enrolled my children in the kids class and am thoroughly impressed with his teaching style and his clear and unwavering expectation of their potential. Great stuff!
****This is a re-post of a blog i wrote over 4 years ago, for my old blog at Dig Deep Brazilan Jiu Jitsu, but it’s about a samurai rabbit, so how could it NOT be relevant? Now to be fair, I haven’t had my black belt for long, so I’m certainly not saying that … Continue reading Usagi Yojimbo and the BJJ Black Belt
I don’t usually shoot Bjj techs longer than my #tensectechs for my Instagram but this was a cool opportunity. Might lead to more of these types of vids from me.. So here’s some rdlr/shin fun with a choke from the single under pass that magically appears from the Because Jitsu weekly game hack
Ok to be fair this quote doesn’t give enough credit to the ingenuity and creativity of dancers and dance choreographers, BUT i’ve felt much the same about Jiu Jitsu for a while. Like either my writing on jiu jitsu needs to be a completely dry anatomical, bio mechanical, scientific breakdown of how to use leverage, … Continue reading Writing About Music is Like Dancing About Architecture, OR, Style Is Not a Tabletop Flower