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Eddie Bravo seminar

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by Malachai, Jan 9, 2015.

  1. Malachai Facta Non Verba

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    I have the chance to attend one shortly, but it's pricey and I'm very new to BJJ.

    Thoughts? Worth attending? (considering I've only been training about 6 months)

    Mal
     
  2. HelloJapan Talking loud and saying nothing. Platinum Member

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    You smoke weed?
     
  3. waiguoren Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    Are you new to grappling in general or just BJJ? If the former and you are in the US, you can probably learn more by going to a local high school wrestling practice. No offense to Eddie either, I appreciate what he's accomplished and I think he's doing great things for submission grappling.
     
  4. TheHereticJay I scoff at your belt rankings

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    I was thinking about flying out to a Bravo seminar in Singapore tomorrow...and to take a mini vacay :D

    Definitely worth it, even if you've only been doing it for 6 months.
     
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    Do you like conspiracies?
     
  6. yetanother Black Belt

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    Depends on how expensive it is and how big a fan of his you are.
    Personally I rather dislike the 10 planet crew.
    There is plenty of technique from much higher level guys than Eddie available on various subscription sites and DVDs so I see no reason to learn from him.
     
  7. Einarr Banned Banned

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    A lot of white belts stunt their progress with Lockdown and Rubber Guard - they don't learn proper hip movement by relying on these guards.
     
  8. cms9690 Green Belt

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    Hahah, thanks for the laugh.

    This.


    Flexible Newbies can abuse their physicality and hinder their progress just as much as gigantic, powerlifting white belts who break your guard trying to blade choke you.
     
  9. Malachai Facta Non Verba

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    Thanks, all.
    Food for thought.
     
  10. GKY Green Belt

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    To my understanding when Eddie does seminars he usually teaches 10th planet techniques like rubber guard and lockdown. These aren't usually the best guards to play around with if you haven't developed your fundamentals IMO. Still, a chance to learn from any high level blackbelt and absorb how he likes to do things is always a plus.
     
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    Eddie has some good stuff... if you have the opportunity to learn then go learn.
     
  13. invertcheguard Orange Belt

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    hell no, he shows way too much stuff and too much fancy shit, value wise it is not worth it imo unless u want a pic with him (ive been to two of his seminars btw cause i like him)
     

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