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I think rolling partners are more important than most instructors generally.
If your instructor is there (some arent always), hands on, works in a systematic way through techniques and time(many dont), mostly teaches techniques that work at a high level (another issue with many) then your instructor might me more valuable.
What percentage of schools meet this?
what do you mean by "mostly teaches techniques that work at a high level?"
That some instructors teach techniques that would never work in a live roll, or if they do work, probably only on someone not that good
why do they do this? BTW Pedro Sauer seminars are basiclly full of shit moves that dont work
I've been lucky,Nearly every gym I've been to teaches practical stuff
I strongly disagree. But I your expression of this recently changed how I perceive the teaching of others. Knowing how much I value Pedro’s teaching and hearing your opposing opinion has me reevaluating the teaching I’ve wanted to dismiss as unuseful. It’s made me want to be a little more careful in finding the usefulness I might be missing. If that makes sense?
Yes. Like many Pedro students you're still have a tough time admitting that you're getting fed a bunch of BS. You need to get out more and break free. Good luck.
If you can’t learn something from a man that’s done BJJ for 40 years, I don’t know what to tell you.
Ari Bolden has a great limp arm.
What an assclown.