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Blitz Center

I trained here under Marcos Santos for over a year. I loved every session, every minute of it. I miss training here.

Unfortunately work responsibilities moved me to a different area where it became rather difficult to continue my training here.

However for the time I was there, I felt challenged everytime I trained, I felt I learned something new everytime. Be it an armbar, a triangle choke, or how to control your opponent whilst on the ground, you will master it here. It’s not only because of the great instructor, but also the guys at the school.

The crowd was really cool, I do miss all the guys and gals I trained with. As facebook friends I have vicariously continued training there with some of them, and I have watched the majority of them advance up the ranks.

If you are in the midtown area and want to bring up your BJJ game, then check this place out. I felt I was getting very good training here, and I learned alot. I certainly do miss the Blitz Center.

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