Pedro Kialanda

Oak Lawn, IL, United States

May 16 at 12:21 PM

I need a deeper explanation to allow me to be flexible with my plan.

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Mar 14 at 12:23 AM

I have 3 but could use more.

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Feb 16 at 05:32 PM

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Feb 02 at 06:47 PM

Half Guard, i feel it gives me more options for defending and escaping. In full guard is only a matter of time before they pass and take side control.

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Dec 31 at 02:11 PM

Bottom side control

Nov 25 at 01:48 AM

Consistency. 

Because of scheduling constraints, i want to train at minimum 2x a week, and 1 open mat for 2024.

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Nov 12 at 01:49 PM

Definitely standing

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Nov 12 at 01:46 PM

What a great program!!! Where do I start?

The attention to details when preparing to become a coach/leader, not only in Jiu-jitsu but in other aspects of life. Understanding your audience, being able to stimulate your audience even when they are different. Being prepared, and giving 100% of what is expected to your audience. Understanding your limitations and your students limitations. How to structure a class, choices of words, body language, and so much more.

There was so much, that i can't unpack it all in here. Overall i would definitely recommend this course to anyone whonis interested in becoming a leader.

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Oct 13 at 10:18 AM

As a white belt, jiu-jitsu University by Saulo Ribeiro was extremely helpful. 

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Sep 22 at 12:50 PM

Kindness, Respect, Friendliness, Discipline.

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