First Training Session of 2016 With Twenty Seven People Training


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Happy New Year to everyone – 2016 is going to be a big year with Lyubo Kumbarov doing some week night No-Gi training sessions, Jonathan Purssey continuing with his Judo for BJJ training program and Leo Negao conducting some of his brilliant Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu seminars. Mondays and Thursdays will of course always be BJJ nights and Fridays continue as usual as our sparring only night – with all welcome. Saturdays are No-Gi takedown training sessions – if you can make Saturdays you will not be disappointed!

We did the looking like tough guys picture just before this one..!

Training at Vauxhall BJJ with my friend and teacher, Leo Negao..

For those that don’t already know, Lyubo is a 4 times Bulgarian Freestyle wrestling champion, Leo is a former BJJ world champion and Jonathan is a former Commonwealth and British Judo champion. I have never trained anywhere with such an incredible line-up of coaches.

2016 promises to be big in many ways – lots of our white belts will be embarking on their competition journeys and our blue belts will be getting out there again, too.

Contact me and I will answer any questions you have.

Contact me and I will answer any questions you have – 07974 303 147.

Our team size is about forty strong now and average class sizes are much bigger. Although we have one of the biggest mats I have ever trained on – I am going to enlarge the mat further still to accommodate the growing numbers on the team. More people on the mat means our training experience just gets better and better with lots of people to spar with in every weight category from featherweight through to heavyweight.

Looking forward to training with all of you sometime in the next week or so – I’m teaching defences and escapes from classic guard submission attacks so if you want to learn the finer details of a triangle or guillotine defence – grab your Gi and get down to the mat! Oss!