David Jacobs' BJJGround Austin, TX BJJ options.

4 days ago
6/4/02
Posts: 18850

Please provide a list of spots to check out that you can vouch for.

also if you can tell me the region/area or burrough the school is in.  

thanks in advance.

4 days ago
1/1/01
Posts: 33068

My student just moved there and I told him to sign up at Ze Mario Esfiha's school, which he did.

 

http://www.mebjj.com/

4 days ago
11/25/09
Posts: 4355

If you like swinging kettlebells to get jacked, doing Nogi, and smoking hot women in spats, I highly recommend the Onnit gym.

3 days ago
12/18/03
Posts: 23733
Mike Wazowski - 

Please provide a list of spots to check out that you can vouch for.

also if you can tell me the region/area or burrough the school is in.  

thanks in advance.


I went twice to 10th Planet and had a great time.

Couldn't train at BrewJitsu as they were moving the mats, but people at the old brewery were very cool, so I would try it if I ever went back again.

I'd also check Veteran's jiu-Jitsu...

3 days ago
3/2/04
Posts: 405

You're spoiled for choice in Austin. Mikal at Aces Jiu JItsu Club has always been super welcoming, I enjoy his classes.

Also, wherever John Palmer is training these days, he's fantastic: made a lasting impact on my approach to side control after I trained with him back in 2013. I think he was at Paragon, can't remember if he still teaches there or not (he's had a few injuries). 

3 days ago
6/4/02
Posts: 18851

Thanks folks.  Not for me.  For a buddy moving.

3 days ago
5/11/11
Posts: 2132

Gracie Humaita Austin is top notch. Tim Kennedy’s home gym.

3 days ago
7/31/09
Posts: 4808

Come up to Cooper MMA tomorrow.  We have an excellent open mat at 3pm.  I'll be hung over and training! 

2 days ago
4/29/17
Posts: 12

If your friend is going to be near Lakeway. Have him check out Gracie Barra Lakeway. Professor Ricardo Castaneda is an amazing instructor and person.