If you don't care about our first day curriculum then scroll down to the big bold letter Jogging around the wrestling room (which I missed because of the damn train and its lateness) Group stretches Technique drills. the room was divided into the "I've been doing this for a while" side and the "How do I shot takedown?" side. Idk what the experienced guys were doing but we drilled a sweep where one guy stuffs a takedown and takes the back except on the side with over under control instead of going for back mount.(side control except the guy on the bottom is rolled over. idk what to call that so help me out) From there the guy on bottom either took the top man's arm and swept him or if that wasn't and option he went for a kimura from the bottom. From there the one being kimura'd would roll assuming he had the stamina for it (my partner did not unfortunately) at which point the guy who was on bottom needs to maintain his grip and complete his sweep, step over the head to create room and crank (gently) until the tap. Then the experienced guys had a "try to pass in 1 minute" drill followed by free sparring. Then the best part: the experienced guys lined up and took on the noobs one after the other. My guy was crazy strong and big and on the wrestling team. At one point I thought I stuffed his takedown but he just lifted me Matt Hughes style. Long story short I got americana'd after he mounted me. I flipped him over at one point but he still had my arm caught in that beefy vice grip so he used that to force me to arch in the direction he was cranking until we was back in full mount. Once he pulled my arm out from between our torsos (the only thing that had been saving me up to that point) it was all over and I had to tap. I feel sorry for the guys that didn't have the stones to step up. Even in what was 95% being dominated I was having the time of my life. BJJ is for me.