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Scott Sonnon >> Teaching and "educating" kids


2/8/02 7:28 PM
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Scott as always u rule...
1/6/02 8:37 AM
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Hey Scott, we are considering starting to teach kids BJJ/grappling, I am curious as to your experiences. I used ot teach kids karate and i found them to not be very attentive for very long. They needed alot of games etc. I know Gokor throws his kids str8 into Vale Tudo which i like but wont do here in Aus coz i'll end up in jail. LOL :) Do you show kids SubS? How do you get them interested? I WISH i did grappling more as a kid thus i want to help give kids the opportunity over here. I did judo as a kid and i believe it helped "educate" my body giving me better coordination later in life. I know the russians believe in "playing" educating the body at a young age. Could u give us some more information/guidance in this field? BTW kids=7-15 yrs of age. Thanx in advance!
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