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1/5/13 12:52 AM
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aaronlapoi
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What do you do if you find out that one or more of your students is getting into too many physical altercations outside of the gym, maybe even hurting people. Do you talk with them about it, do you expel them, do you ignore/not worry about it and let them deal with the potential consequences? As an instructor/school owner, what do you do?
1/5/13 1:30 AM
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No you go ask the OG about your next course of action.
1/5/13 9:14 AM
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There is like a 3 strikes your out system.

1. Give them a talk about what they're doing outside your academy and let them know it's not a right thing too do by going outside and fighting or hurting other's

2. Another warning with a thrashing on the mat or suspension.

3. Kick them out of your academy.

BJJ is a martial art, so of course all the lessons like discipline and respect are a very important part.
1/6/13 12:21 PM
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markus
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no bad students only bad instructors.

rorian was fantastic at talking to students who were getting into fights.

the short version....students feel good when they catch a submission.....they should also feel just as good when they get caught in a submission.

if you have time to get drunk at a bar and fight...you probably have time to train jiujitsu instead.
1/6/13 12:41 PM
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DeanBlas - There is like a 3 strikes your out system.

1. Give them a talk about what they're doing outside your academy and let them know it's not a right thing too do by going outside and fighting or hurting other's

2. Another warning with a thrashing on the mat or suspension.

3. Kick them out of your academy.

BJJ is a martial art, so of course all the lessons like discipline and respect are a very important part.


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