Anyone ever been to teo bjj?

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by NiRinLove, May 24, 2014.

  1. NiRinLove

    NiRinLove Blue Belt

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    Alan teo is the instructor there.
     
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    one.armed.jack Orange Belt

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    I've never been to his current school, but I know Alan from his time at Renzo's. He's an incredibly talented grappler and has a reputation as a very technical and caring instructor. From what I've heard, his facilities are quite nice and professionally run. I'd absolutely suggest checking him out if you get the chance.
     
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    Anyone know the all inclusive prices? Interested in bjj,judo,muy thai,mma.
     
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    I've trained judo there before. It's in a alley between two buildings, it's mainly Camal Judo. Nice place, when you walk in its a hallway filled with tons of judo pictures and t-shirts for sale. Then to the left you can see the mats, large area with quality mats. You have to walk through the curtain to get there, changing room is to your right. They have some good workout machines, even large gi sleeves hanging from the ceiling that you can climb to work your grips. Anyways, check it out, not sure about prices but I would assume its around $120
     

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