My 9 year old daughter Jiu-Jitsu training

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    My 9 year old daughter Jiu-Jitsu training

    So proud of her!!!!


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    Awesome!!!

    My boy is 4. Rodrigo Vaghi teaches in St. Louis (he trains lots of the local MMA guys). He's a really nice guy, and has kids classes. Next year I'm going to start him on it. He loves to wrestle, and I think he'll really love it.
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    Awesome! Thank you for being a great parent!

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    Very nice ( My son who is now 33 started at 4 and did Shotokan Jujitsu till he was 9) It is a good confidence and character builder. Great parenting !
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    Very nice. A friend of mine has a 16 yo daughter that has made it to a black belt mystery of a few martial arts. Definitely not the next rape victim. She is sparing with guys twice her size regularly.


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    I like the way she never gives up.
    Good for her!

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    She is awesome. I thought she was going to try for the rear naked choke at 2:22. Thanks for sharing.

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    I like this stuff. Stop bullying through fair understanding. It will work. She'll be pile driving the bully heads strait into the concrete by around the age when she really needs it, when Mom and Dad are not around to coach her directly.
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    Great job Dad and Daughter!
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    nice. i like this school fully incorporates controlling the takedown. i've seen too many BJJ schools where they spend a disproportionate amount of time on the ground work, and don't do enough with takedowns.

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    she doing any striking? is there a karate or kickboxing program there?

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    Nice. I plan to get my kids started on Krav when they're old enough (8-ish, most likely).
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    Nice! Great time to start. What's interesting is watching it all of a sudden click one day.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaeger View Post
    Awesome!!!

    My boy is 4. Rodrigo Vaghi teaches in St. Louis (he trains lots of the local MMA guys). He's a really nice guy, and has kids classes. Next year I'm going to start him on it. He loves to wrestle, and I think he'll really love it.

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    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by ANGLICO View Post
    Awesome! Thank you for being a great parent!

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    Exactly!

    Quote Originally Posted by Kennydale View Post
    Very nice ( My son who is now 33 started at 4 and did Shotokan Jujitsu till he was 9) It is a good confidence and character builder. Great parenting !

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