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    day in the life of the bjj police could open with the COPS theme but remixed and show how suspected Dojo's promoting BJJ with false credentials etc are reported to the Bjj Po Po and see how they investigate the perpes and interrogate them.
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    I was thinking Starsky and Hutch theme would be better

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJnPS0QuTvY

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    Wow! Thanks for the feedback people, I really appreciate it! Outside of videos and techniques what else would you like to read about, interviews with certain people etc?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ade76 View Post
    I was thinking Starsky and Hutch theme would be better

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJnPS0QuTvY
    Bad Boys Bad Boys Wotcha gonna do Wotcha gonna do when they clock choke you

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    I notice the BJJ police appears to be a recurring theme but honestly I dont have any interest in naming and shaming BJJ frauds. There's far to many positives to focus on without dwelling on these predators/frauds and life's too short to spend around anyone but good people! But thanks for the input!
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    I did like the one about helping visually impaired children in your blog I thought that was very positive and noble with all involved

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    How about, inspired by Carl's interview with Simon, an article on how BJJ can improve people's lives in different ways and it's positive benefits beyond learning to fight as a physical skill?


    This is the quote from the interview; "Jiu Jitsu is for everyone, it will do everyone in life a lot of good, they will encounter a more positive side of their character when they train Jiu Jitsu; it’s going to build your positive aspects and break down your negative aspects as you face your demons and fears every time you step on the mat"
    http://www.ChrisReesAcademy.com - http://thetattooedchimp.blogspot.co.uk/

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJK View Post
    I notice the BJJ police appears to be a recurring theme but honestly I dont have any interest in naming and shaming BJJ frauds. There's far to many positives to focus on without dwelling on these predators/frauds and life's too short to spend around anyone but good people! But thanks for the input!
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    No worries dude, I'll handle that anyway! lol

    Agree that it's important to focus on the positive. It's also important to stop the frauds, but that just needs action - it doesn't need to be written about really.
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    More on Sub101...

    The Sub 101 videos show techinques in 2 mins. As an example of how that is nowhere near enough to get all the detail in, here is a video of my instructor (Chris Rees, Braulio Estima brown belt) showing a butterfly guard pass;

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9MV0Ts2Q8i8

    I had to edit the video to fit it in to 10mins, and all he is showing is one pass. I think that is all the techinque that was shown that lesson with a lot of sparring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob T View Post
    More on Sub101...

    The Sub 101 videos show techinques in 2 mins. As an example of how that is nowhere near enough to get all the detail in, here is a video of my instructor (Chris Rees, Braulio Estima brown belt) showing a butterfly guard pass;

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9MV0Ts2Q8i8

    I had to edit the video to fit it in to 10mins, and all he is showing is one pass. I think that is all the techinque that was shown that lesson with a lot of sparring.
    I know from training how much detail Chris puts in and how well the academy perfects techniques, i think this comes from Braulio as his video instructionals have the same detail, I consider myself very lucky to be part of that team

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