a good bjj club in london

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jiu jitsu jack Newbie 10 posts
hi every 1 basically ive been training in tjj for 4 years and it has helped me out so much in confrontations. when i am older i hope to make it big in mma competition because that is my dream and i know i can do it.the trouble is there is no bjj club in my area of north london so i was wondering if any one could reccomend me a club in london because when i am older i wouldnt mind having to move area to train in bjj. thanks
Robsco 1319 posts
No BJJ club in North London? I find that hard to believe. :-|
The Admin Guy
jiu jitsu jack Newbie 10 posts
no, seriously check the internet and anything like i hav i cant find 1!!!
Mk2Adam Newbie 4 posts
Roger Gracie Academy - London
Instructor : Roger Gracie and Mauricio Gomes
Address: 237 Kensal Road, Ladbroke Grove W10

Roger Gracie London - Budokwai
Instructors : Mauricao Motta Gomes, Roger Gracie and Jude Samuel
Address: Budokwai Judo, GK House, 4 Gilston Road
(off the Fulham Road nr Chelsea and Westminiter hospital), London SW10 , England

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jiu jitsu jack Newbie 10 posts
kk thanks eny in north london though??
sl Resident 855 posts
just travel believe me itll be worth it
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jiu jitsu jack Newbie 10 posts
yh i no wot u mean bt i wanna train bout 3 times a week and wen skool is on i cant do dat and goin once a week isnt enuf
Robsco 1319 posts
Even once a week would be enough, aslong as you practice what you learn at a session at home on your own, most people don't cos they train so often.

Don't let it put you off.
The Admin Guy
jiu jitsu jack Newbie 10 posts
kk thanx
Robsco 1319 posts
Hey Jack, if you do find a place in North London be sure to let us know about it, there's probably quite a few people who visit here but are too scared to ask. :-|
The Admin Guy

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