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Best places to train Judo, Sambo, Wrestling, Grappling?

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by Ahee. GX, Apr 1, 2008.

  1. Ahee. GX Green Belt

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    I made a thread a while ago about, best places to train judo, Sambo and wrestling in Las vegas, NY, South Florida, LA and montreal.

    Because work has alot of expeditions, it gives me chances to go abroad and work a bit, and train even more.

    Thanks for the guys that gave advice before.

    Im looking for a world scale, wheres the best places to train, sambo, wrestling, judo, grappling. Most the major cities in the world have expeditions for my kind of business.

    I would do a few privates and as many classes as I can for each art.

    For example, would like to do a judo camp, would it be best to go japan for this?

    Anyway guys, I think you know what I mean.

    Thanks
     
  2. Ahee. GX Green Belt

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    Ok guys, lets start off with Judo, then do wrestling and so.
    Best places to train Judo in the world and best teachers to learn from.
     
  3. Q mystic Silver Belt

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    Local tavern.:)
     
  4. FuriousFist Yellow Belt

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    Sambo would have to be St.Petersberg wouldnt it?
     
  6. Ahee. GX Green Belt

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    Great lets keep it up
     
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    If your in Southern California. I think you might want to check this place out:

    http://www.nolimitsmma.com/

    Though they got no Judo, they got BJJ, wrestling and Sambo(that will make up for lack of Judo). It happens to be official USA Sambo trainning centerr for USA wrestling and grappling.

    Just an interesting side note, the head trainner Colin Oyama I believe usedtotrain Rampage and Tito Ortiz. You will see a few Tuffer alumnis too!:icon_chee
     

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