Revgear League BJJGround Paul Schreiner video

7/29/14 7:12 PM
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Thought someone would have posted this already but I didn't see it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTCu846t0o0&feature=youtu.be
7/29/14 8:22 PM
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mean. one nice thing about shoyoroll is that they've shined a light on some guys who would've flown a little under the radar. paul's teaching is dope
7/29/14 8:28 PM
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I have a private with him Saturday in NY - looking forward to it
7/29/14 10:02 PM
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My one regret from training in newyork was that I couldn't fit one of his classes in. From mginaction that guy knows what his on about. Not only that he seems like a pretty cool dude. Phone Post 3.0
7/30/14 12:53 AM
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Ttt for deliciousbass Phone Post 3.0
7/30/14 8:08 AM
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Ttt for that Brazilian street judo Phone Post 3.0
7/30/14 11:08 AM
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ozjiujitsu - My one regret from training in newyork was that I couldn't fit one of his classes in. From mginaction that guy knows what his on about. Not only that he seems like a pretty cool dude. Phone Post 3.0
Dope instructor. I've attended a few of his classes when he taught in the Bay Area. Thing that tripped me out about Delicious Bass is it seemed like he was welcome to train at all the academies in the area. Phone Post 3.0
7/30/14 12:00 PM
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Not only a great teacher but extremely welcoming and great ambassador of the sport. Phone Post 3.0
7/30/14 9:50 PM
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I've trained since 2000, and Paul is easily one of the best teachers I have ever had.

Additionally, he is well respected for his skills on the mat- with people like Marcelo, Ryan Hall, Dave Camarillo, Jake Shields, BJ Penn, etc, holding him in high regards.

It is super cool that Stuart is having a video on such an awesome guy.
7/31/14 1:37 AM
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I'm curious, does he plan on opening an affiliate eventually? He seems wildly popular and a talented teacher.
7/31/14 1:54 AM
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SpiderManBJJ - I'm curious, does he plan on opening an affiliate eventually? He seems wildly popular and a talented teacher.

If he opened up in LA I'd consider a change of team. Not many people I'd say that about.
7/31/14 10:38 AM
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Interesting...Cool vid. I went to RPI for undergrad and the motto of that school was that they teach you how to learn.... I like the cut of bass' philosophical jib. 

8/2/14 4:59 PM
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8/2/14 5:58 PM
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Paul is a great and very underrated instructor, I wish I could train get to NY more to train with Marcelo and him!

8/2/14 9:01 PM
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8/2/14 9:01 PM
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"Paul Schreiner is an avid competitor and dynamic teacher. He blends both east coast and west coast vibes into one fluid Paul teaches jiu-jitsu at NYC champion factory Marcelo Gracia Academy but originates from Santa Cruz, California.

He breaks down his theory on both BJJ.

American BJJ black belt Paul Schreiner talks about his lineage and approach to learning, teaching, and sharing BJJ.

Special thanks to: Marcelo and Tatiana Garcia at Marcelo Garcia Academy.

Directed and Shot by: Amilcar Navarro"
8/2/14 9:53 PM
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In again Phone Post 3.0
8/2/14 10:39 PM
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Big fan of deliciousbass here!

http://youtu.be/0BQFv83QJ2Y Phone Post 3.0
8/2/14 10:49 PM
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Met Paul a few years back. He brought the monoplata to my dojo. Fucked up me and my instructor. Like the guy.
8/3/14 5:56 PM
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I'm currently trying to learn his Jedi Mind Trick game. That shit is so fucking slick.
8/3/14 6:46 PM
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Sub Phone Post 3.0
8/6/14 7:50 AM
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I live a little over an hour away. My fall goal is to make it into NYC to train at MGs under Paul and MG. Phone Post 3.0
8/6/14 1:06 PM
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GaspareBJJ - I live a little over an hour away. My fall goal is to make it into NYC to train at MGs under Paul and MG. Phone Post 3.0

my daily commute is about 45 minutes to MGA. Guys travel twice that every day to come train. its worth the trip.
8/6/14 1:10 PM
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shermbe -
GaspareBJJ - I live a little over an hour away. My fall goal is to make it into NYC to train at MGs under Paul and MG. Phone Post 3.0

my daily commute is about 45 minutes to MGA. Guys travel twice that every day to come train. its worth the trip.
Yeah I travel 45-50 min to train under one of my instructors now Phone Post 3.0
8/7/14 1:09 AM
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He's dropped into the Gracie Academy a few times when coming through LA. Very humble and nice guy, next time I visit New York I plan on visiting MGA more to train with Paul than anything else.