Maryland BJJ???

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by Greg Santana, Sep 9, 2010.

  1. Greg Santana

    Greg Santana White Belt

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    Hey guys I am spending Christmas break In Bel Air, Maryland and really don't know of any places to train it will be my 1st time in the state of Maryland. I read online that Pedro Sauer teaches a few days a week in Maryland at: Jeff Gordon's Martial Arts Academy in Gaithersburg, Maryland...but his main school is in Sterling Virginia

    1.) Has anyone attended any of the 2 schools listed above what days does he teach???

    2.) I bet it will be expensive but how much would you guys expect a private lesson to cost??? from Pedro

    3.) Any other great places to train in Maryland or Virginia or near Bel Air MD???
     
  2. pailum117

    pailum117 Blue Belt

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    I know the Yamasakis have academys all over MD.
     
  3. anaconda

    anaconda Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.

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    Are you a competitor? Or more self-defense, Gracie jiujitsu style?

    If you like to compete I would go to one of Lloyd Irvin's schools.
     
  4. Greg Santana

    Greg Santana White Belt

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    I like the Ju-jitsu sport side as well as the Gracie Ju-jitsu style =)
     
  5. Sloth

    Sloth Brown Belt

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    I'm not sure how close Bel Air is to Baltimore, but Baltimore Bjj is a great school. Lee Synkowski is the head instructor there. Good guy, great training!
     
  6. sumito

    sumito White Belt

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    I'll second Llyod's school. He is a beast.
     
  7. raines513

    raines513 Blue Belt

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    Lloyd Irvin for sure
     
  8. Kenny from MD

    Kenny from MD Less angry than before.

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    Gaithersburg is not close to Bel Air FYI. Well over two hours apart. Maryland is bigger than people tend to think.

    Baltimore BJJ is probably 20-30 minutes from Bel Air, it
     

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