- Very welcoming to a drop in - it is a little intimidating/awkward showing up at a new school to train just for a night - they were very friendly and accommodating. Thanks!
- They required an instructor to watch you roll before attending class or sparring - meant to monitor the spazzes - safety measure.
- Floated/elevated springy mats were very nice.
- They had separate Beginner (up to 3 stripe white belt), Intermediate (above 3 stripes), and Advanced classes, which seemed like it could make it easier for a beginner to start training to only spar with fellow noobs (or more spastic).
Saturday, November 26, 2011
I was in Denver and had the opportunity to train at Easton BJJ in Littleton. Easton BJJ has six branches, which I was at a South Denver suburb branch. This was my first time training at a larger school, but there was little difference except in their being a well organized curriculum. My impressions: