2013年07月11日

making it difficult to fight back

International Fight league (IFL) has become so popular that it even has it's own stock symbol. Spike TV, Cable Pay Per View have created an entirely different "American Dream" now known as the "American Fighter" yet another reality attempt in the world of television and underground.

I was first introduced to this sport at The Gracie Academy in Torrance, attending "Rape Safe". This is a 12 week course that teaches you the fundamentals of avoiding and getting away from an attacker, quite effectively I might add! With simulated attacks and unbelievable techniques, a woman's defense has never been better chenille patch.

I later went on to train with the machado's in San Pedro. It was not long before this became a family event. My husband trains under Paulo Guillobel in Orange county, my son is with Pedro Soriano (Pedro Soriano BJJ property in brazil).

Kids classes are offered everywhere and one might wish to consider Brazilian Jiu Jitsu as their next sport. Jiu Jitsu by far is my favorite out of all the mixed martial arts out there, as it is the most effective in ground fighting and attacks. About 98% of attacks end up on the ground, making it difficult to fight back with a kick or karate chop nu skin!
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