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Old 09-18-2009, 12:52 PM   #1
Roy Dean
 
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Saulo Ribeiro: Lessons from a Champion

Saulo Ribeiro: Lessons from a Champion

Thought you might like to take a quick look at a lesson with Saulo Ribeiro, 6x World Champion, as he shares both techniques and budo philosophy.

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Old 09-18-2009, 07:12 PM   #2
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Re: Saulo Ribeiro: Lessons from a Champion

Thanks for the link Roy. I spent spent two weeks this summer out in San Diego with Saulo and Xande and it was absolutely wonderful. I have to say out of all the folks I have studied with in BJJ, these guys are the best for many different reasons. Saulo always has that smile on his face and has a great style and delivery in his teaching that makes you want to be the best you can be!

I feel fortunate to have gotten to know them and to have spent some time on the mat with them.

I am hoping one day to visit you as well and train! Thanks!

Kevin

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