Six year old demonstrates Bully Proofing skills

source: gracieccademy
 

On The Gracie Way, Episode 7, (5:15 mark) Six year old girl demonstrates bully proofing skills.

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ShakaFerreira site profile image  

12/23/11 2:04 PM by ShakaFerreira

Interesting...

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12/23/11 2:04 PM by ShakaFerreira

Interesting...

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12/23/11 4:30 AM by RCP

4 later

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12/23/11 4:30 AM by RCP

4 later

Brulesrules001 site profile image  

12/23/11 3:13 AM by Brulesrules001

Personally I would destroy that girl but she did show very good skill.

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12/23/11 3:13 AM by Brulesrules001

Personally I would destroy that girl but she did show very good skill.

Anvil Armbar site profile image  

12/23/11 1:17 AM by Anvil Armbar

That was very cool with the kid.You know, I dropped into the Torrence Academy for a class a few years back, and was really excited that Rener was teaching as I had heard good things, and he had just started putting videos up on the web. Class was good, but not once did he look me in the eyes or treat me with any real respect. Even when I asked him a question at the end of class one on one, he still looked away while talking to me, and continued to look away while doing the demo of the move I asked about. Very strange. What pissed me off even more was that I paid $40 drop-in fee, bought a $40 shirt (the cool one with Helio on the front), as well as a hat.Only club I have ever gone to where I was treated like that. Probably would never go back.With that being said, going into the Gracie Museum was a really cool experience, and I must have spent 30 minutes looking at all the great stuff they had in there.

Anvil Armbar site profile image  

12/23/11 1:17 AM by Anvil Armbar

That was very cool with the kid.You know, I dropped into the Torrence Academy for a class a few years back, and was really excited that Rener was teaching as I had heard good things, and he had just started putting videos up on the web. Class was good, but not once did he look me in the eyes or treat me with any real respect. Even when I asked him a question at the end of class one on one, he still looked away while talking to me, and continued to look away while doing the demo of the move I asked about. Very strange. What pissed me off even more was that I paid $40 drop-in fee, bought a $40 shirt (the cool one with Helio on the front), as well as a hat.Only club I have ever gone to where I was treated like that. Probably would never go back.With that being said, going into the Gracie Museum was a really cool experience, and I must have spent 30 minutes looking at all the great stuff they had in there.