David Jacobs' BJJGround Marcelo Saporito / old school Carlson Gracie

13 days ago
9/30/18
Posts: 191
Saporito is one of Carlson's BBs and he maintains an active online presence. He posts some of the best, simple but functional techniques on his FB page, I recommend yall to check them out!

Anybody know how Saporito ended up being the head instructor at Carlson's old academy in Copacabana?
13 days ago
1/1/01
Posts: 35020
Everyone else moved to America.
13 days ago
2/15/14
Posts: 691
shen - Everyone else moved to America.

so he's basically like the LAST choice to take over then?

 

13 days ago
1/1/01
Posts: 35026
mideastgrappler - 
shen - Everyone else moved to America.

so he's basically like the LAST choice to take over then?

 



I was kidding.

But really almost EVERYONE ELSE did move to America --or at least a hell of a lot of them.
12 days ago
12/21/04
Posts: 2013
Saporito has a gold mine of old school BJJ techniques that he posts on his personal Facebook page and Carlson Gracie Club Facebook page. Probably the most comprehensive collection of Carlson Gracie techniques that I have come across on Facebook.
12 days ago
8/20/16
Posts: 465
Aaron Lapointe - Saporito has a gold mine of old school BJJ techniques that he posts on his personal Facebook page and Carlson Gracie Club Facebook page. Probably the most comprehensive collection of Carlson Gracie techniques that I have come across on Facebook.

What's the address for the Carlson Gracie Club? I can only find this one and it's only got a handful of pictures since 2016:

 

https://www.facebook.com/carlsongracie.club.1

12 days ago
1/1/01
Posts: 35029
I do like the instructionals he posts.
12 days ago
12/21/04
Posts: 2014
blabbermouth - 
Aaron Lapointe - Saporito has a gold mine of old school BJJ techniques that he posts on his personal Facebook page and Carlson Gracie Club Facebook page. Probably the most comprehensive collection of Carlson Gracie techniques that I have come across on Facebook.

What's the address for the Carlson Gracie Club? I can only find this one and it's only got a handful of pictures since 2016:

 

https://www.facebook.com/carlsongracie.club.1


I don't know the address off the top of my head but it is "Clube Carlson Gracie." Possible that you have to like the page to see the videos.
12 days ago
8/20/16
Posts: 469
Aaron Lapointe -
blabbermouth - 
Aaron Lapointe - Saporito has a gold mine of old school BJJ techniques that he posts on his personal Facebook page and Carlson Gracie Club Facebook page. Probably the most comprehensive collection of Carlson Gracie techniques that I have come across on Facebook.

What's the address for the Carlson Gracie Club? I can only find this one and it's only got a handful of pictures since 2016:

 

https://www.facebook.com/carlsongracie.club.1


I don't know the address off the top of my head but it is "Clube Carlson Gracie." Possible that you have to like the page to see the videos.

Found it! There are some fantastic videos on there! I love the old school stuff.

10 days ago
2/9/04
Posts: 496
Aaron Lapointe - Saporito has a gold mine of old school BJJ techniques that he posts on his personal Facebook page and Carlson Gracie Club Facebook page. Probably the most comprehensive collection of Carlson Gracie techniques that I have come across on Facebook.

This is great. Thank you!

9 days ago
2/26/07
Posts: 8549
link it
9 days ago
1/1/01
Posts: 8610
Also check out his Instagram page.
7 days ago
1/1/01
Posts: 57971

Trained a lot with Saporito--it's shocking to see how deep his knowledge is of the art.

7 days ago
12/6/02
Posts: 713
i looked at his Facebook page, but then I saw it was all in Portuguese, so i didn't bother watching the vids. lazy i admit ... but there is so much great video content out there where it is explained in English
6 days ago
6/22/03
Posts: 6536
Anyone want to post the links for the lazy folks out here?
6 days ago
12/21/04
Posts: 2015
Lazarus - Anyone want to post the links for the lazy folks out here?

https://www.facebook.com/pg/SaporitoBjj/videos/?ref=page_internal

6 days ago
6/22/03
Posts: 6537
Thanks Aaron. There's a treasure trove of material there. Little variations on moves we all do.