I've been training BJJ for about 2 weeks now which makes me a seasoned veteran in the eyes of the folks that started last night apparently. I started on the same night as 6 other people. 2 of us are left. The other of us is a very nice guy who seems to have latched onto me. I don't mind. I just need an able body to be able to drill what I'm being taught. The problem is he's not an able body. I don't think he's ever played a sport or done anything remotely athletic in his life. After 2 weeks, he still doesn't understand the mechanics of shrimping. My problem is that he taps the moment he is in ANY type of discomfort which hinders me from completing my drills and focusing on my mechanics. My instructor has said something about it to him. Nothing mean or offensive just "That's BJJ, buddy. It's a fighting style. It's not supposed to be comfortable all of the time." The guy nods and goes about his merry way. Any way last night we were working on 3 dfferent subs from bottom half guard. He tapped and said "OK STOP STOP STOP STOP!!!" all......fucking........night. The kicker? I never even got to the submission. I finally asked him what his deal was and he simply told me that his skin kept getting pinched. My instructor rolled his eyes. Tonight I am actually going to refuse to drill with him as last nights training session was completely wasted because I got stuck with him. Is this a dick move on my part? Any one ever get stuck with "that" guy?