Great info there Simon, cheers.
The more I read and find out about Judo, the more I feel drawn to it.
BJJ will always be my priority in terms of martial arts progression, but I'm really starting to feel that BJJ without some solid, long term Judo training is putting oneself at a distinct disadvantage.
If BJJ is the priority but Judo is something a student wants to train in (as is the case with myself) would it be worth visiting a Judo school such as Camberly, Ray Stevens, Budokwai etc to get more Judo time in? Or would that really not be worth doing, as we cover Judo techniques quite a bit up at Carlsons and unlike specific Judo clubs, we train Judo with BJJ in mind?
I don't think I've attended a BJJ class at Carlsons where a fair chunk of time wasn't spent on Judo techniques. Probably better to just go to more BJJ classes really???