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  • Hey all, some quick announcements: We'll be closed today/tonight in observance of Labor Day. The material we'd normally cover in tonight's bjj class will be taught Wednesday, and Wednesday's material will be taught in a special class Friday night at 6:30-8:00pm (it'll replace the research and Development class this Friday.) All members need to see Shelly to enter your contact information (especially phone and email) into ZenPlanner, then give her financial info so we can set up auto pay for this September. After next week, you cannot train until you complete this! I'm working on developing various ways we can contact all members for important announcements. Moving forward, I will post all announcements here in the General Discussion forum, on our Twitter account, and on our Facebook page. Please "Like" it if you have a Facebook account ( https://www.facebook.com/ElDiabloCombatives ). It might also be useful to follow us on Twitter ( https://twitter.com/ElDiabloBJJ ) and subscribe to our Youtube page ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZmF1FmFY3mp4n24l8vo2oQ ).
  • This thread is intended for discussion regarding the details of the outside single leg takedown. If you have questions, comments, or any other discussion about this topic, post under this thread. Also be sure to check out the videos about stance on the curriculum page, which can be found here .
  • This thread is intended for discussion regarding the details of sprawling technique in jiu jitsu for gi, no gi, mma, and self-defense. If you have questions, comments, or any other discussion about this topic, post under this thread. Also be sure to check out the videos about sprawling on the curriculum page, which can be found here .