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So I took a long time off. I recently had a baby and I worked more than ever to save up for this glorious event.
Well, Im back to training again. I am teaching Jujitsu in my garage and everything is going great. Im planning on getting my guys close to green belt and having my instructor fly in to test them all. I think it would be great to see him and Im sure he has a lot of moves to show me. He has a deeper, greater knowledge than me, which makes me feel like a bad instructor. But I suppose those that came before us should always make us feel this way.
He has been studying with George Dillman now for years and he's got these pressure point knock outs down, whereas I am more of the "Ill take you down and submit you" type artist. I am great at what I do, but what I know could never compare to what I dont know.
Anyways, the road to discovery is always open so I will gather as much as I can in my personal journey to information.