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Moving to San Antonio. Grappling schools?

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by I-Shoji, Aug 26, 2005.

  1. I-Shoji

    I-Shoji Green Belt

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    Thread title speaks for itself. Any schools in San Antonio? I mean a more MMA approach type school, no gi.
     
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    Sanni Wehbe Amateur Fighter

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    I know for a fact there are a few in Dallas trying looking online =/. SOrry I can't help.
     
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    Here's where I go: http://www.texaspowerhouse.com/ It's on Austin Hwy, next to a music store..... They do no-gi and gi. I enjoy the place and the instructors know what they are doing. You ought to be able to get a free class to get a feel for the school.
     
  4. I-Shoji

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    Cool thanks. I'll check that out once I get settled in a bit.
     
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    Check out Sinlapa's Muay Thai Academy. I train submission grappling with Mike Rangel (awesome teacher). We train Mondays and Wednesdays from 8-9:30, and Saturday from 12-2 p.m. It's only 30 bucks a month, or 5 dollars at each training session. The guys there are generally pretty good (I get my ass handed to me). I think you'd really like it.

    Oops, forgot to tell you it's at 2819 Hillcrest Drive.


    i go here when i can..but the head guy is very knowledgeable, the classes are inexpensive; an they have alot of solid guys to work w/grapple with, a couple'a guys on this board used to train there before they moved out of state. They also have muay thai instruction there as well....

    check it out
     
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    That sounds excellent. Thanks for the scoop.

    I'm moving in with my best friend who I've done TMA's with in my youth and who took some Japanese JJ. Once I get him whipped into shape I'll try to drag him down too.
     

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