Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by peidro223, Sep 23, 2013.
You guys have any suggestions on where to stop in?
This is what I have done, flew into San Diego and flew out of San Francisco:
Rodrigo Medeiros; San Diego, CA
Clark Gracie; La Jolla, CA
Saulo Ribeiro; San Diego, CA
Allan Goes; Mission Viejo, CA
Nino Schembri; Redondo Beach, CA
Marcelo Cavalcanti; Torrance, CA
Rey Diogo; Los Angeles, CA
Xande Ribeiro; Los Angeles, CA
Franjinha Miller; Santa Barbara, CA (Paragon)
Kurt Osiander/Ralph Gracie; San Francisco, CA
Clovis Silva; San Francisco, CA
I skipped a ton of amazing schools, I only had enough time and money and I went along a certain route. California is the new Brazil. Honestly, I rolled with some of the toughest guys on that trip. Every single school I went to were full of killers. It ain't like that on the east coast, I can tell you that.
Claudio Franca BJJ and Kaijin (Garth Taylor) in Santa Cruz.
Caio Terra, AKA (Leandro Vieira) and Dave Camarillo in San Jose.
I was going to suggest Claudio also. Santa Cruz is a nice stopping point between Southern CA and San Francisco, especially if you drive up the coast.
i'm going to go ahead and suggest AoJ in Costa Mesa, CA - since it's less than 10m away from the PCH.
you can stop by my humble academy after you do your super star tour!
also visit my instructors gym aka 5 star martial arts
No love for Cobrinha's place?
definitely go to rodrigo medeiros school in san diego
also if you go to san francisco peninsula bjj in foster city
San Diego (saulo ribeiro)
Orange County (mendes bros)
LA (xande ribeiro)
Santa cruz (garth taylor)
San francisco (kurt osiander)
This should be a good list to start from.
San Diego : Saulo & Galvao
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