I’m an Assistant Coach in LFF’s Beginners’ BJJ and Children’s BJJ classes.
I love BJJ because it’s a sport of never ending possibilities, which is what makes it so much fun for me; it also teaches you how to be calm in difficult situations, discipline and self-control. That aside it’s a great workout for the body and you’ll make lots of very good friends in the process.
If I had to give any advice before starting BJJ it would be to just enjoy the process and enjoy learning a new skill, train as many times a week as you can and just completely immerse yourself into it and reap the rewards.
I have many proud moments in my BJJ career so far however there is one I think about every day and it’s when I won the British Open for the first time as a white belt, it was the first gold medal I ever won and it’s where my passion to become who I am now stemmed from.
Students should always expect a fun class if I’m teaching and should never be afraid to ask questions, I’m always more than happy to help.
I love to teach, I’ve been in a coaching environment for 10 years now and really enjoy the process of helping people to get better and watching them grow over time.
- Aaron: Muay Thai
- Enrique: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
- Jeremy: Mixed Martial Arts – MMA
- Luiz: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
- Luis: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
- Helene: Brazilian Jiu jitsu
- Silviu: Boxing, Sambo for MMA
- Borracha: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
- Danny aka Galinho: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
- Oli: Wrestling
- Dan: Wrestling
- Tiago: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu