guardpasser said:not to impressed with yamasakis?
i thought the classes i have seen were ran very well and taught very well.
sorry you didnt get there on a good night.
I've heard this about Maguilla before...but he let me even take a few classes for free before he even talked about signing up.Flounder said:Once again, when I was looking to get back into BJJ a couple years ago, I went to check out Maguilla. It seemed like he took offense to me watching a class. It was really weird. Like he felt like I was spying or some shit like that. He even asked me to leave 1/2 way through the class. Came over to me and said "So you see enough?? Shook my hand and said if I had any more questions, to give him a call". I would say either Lloyd or Yamasaki, but I would lean towards Lloyds. Also, with Maguilla, it's (or at least was) in a health club. I would rather go to a dedicated BJJ facility. Lloyds also had Muay Thai, and when I used to go he had a Vale Tudo night. Lloyds was around 100-125 for unlimited. Not sure what it is now.