Okay, so I will keep this short and sweet. At my gym, I am pretty much the top dog. Now, our school is relatively new (5 years), and there are not a whole lot of guys there with much experience, so this isn't necessarily saying much. Not to mention our school is a MMA school and not a Bjj school, so a lot of the guys who train their are concentrated on being well rounded as opposed to being a great grappler. My question is what do i do to get a challenge out of the classes? I have done things such as only going after a particular submission the whole rolling session, but that gets boring after a while. I am sure others on this forum have this same problem, or at least HAVE had it. There aren't many real BJJ schools in the area, and I don't have the money to pay them anyway. I actually train for free at this school and the instructor is great. I simply don't have a lot of competition. Perhaps I should try gi out. I have never done it, because I don't feel it has any real life applications. That, and I only intend to participate in no-gi competitions and MMA. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.