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Tracy D'arcy
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MOST LIKED INSTRUCTORS - Below are the top 8 most sought after BJJ instructors in the world according to 60,000+ visitors to RMBJJ. Click on the instructors photo for more information...

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Ricky Lundell
Ricky
Lundell

  1° Black  
 Lindon 
  Utah  
  Likes: 3541  
  Cmts: 80
 
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Rigan Machado
Rigan
Machado

  8° Red Black  
 Los Angeles 
  CA  
  Likes: 3087  
  Cmts: 41
 
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Carlos Machado
Carlos
Machado

  7° Red Black  
 Dallas 
  TX  
  Likes: 1998  
  Cmts: 45
 
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Chip Coffey
Chip
Coffey

  1° Black  
 Cartersville 
  GA  
  Likes: 1762  
  Cmts: 96
 
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John Machado
John
Machado

  6° Black  
 Culver City 
  California  
  Likes: 1642  
  Cmts: 5
 
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Pat Cooligan
Pat
Cooligan

  0° Black  
 Ottawa 
  Ontario  
  Likes: 1625  
  Cmts: 91
 
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Roger Machado
Roger
Machado

  6° Black  
 Pasadena 
  California  
  Likes: 1564  
  Cmts: 5
 
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Jean Jacques Machado
Jean Jacques
Machado

  7° Red Black  
 Tarzana 
  CA  
  Likes: 1417  
  Cmts: 17
 

MOST COMMENTED INSTRUCTORS - Below are the top 8 most talked about BJJ instructors in the world. Click on the instructors photo for more information...

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Len Hamilton
Len
Hamilton

  0° Brown  

  NY  
  Cmts: 180
  Likes: 1025
 
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Mica Cipili
Mica
Cipili

  3° Black  
Las Vegas
  NV  
  Cmts: 179
  Likes: 1290
 
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Walter Vital
Walter
Vital

  3° Black  
Las Vegas
  Nevada  
  Cmts: 144
  Likes: 686
 
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Scott Tannenbaum
Scott
Tannenbaum

  3° Black  
Phoenix
  Arizona  
  Cmts: 141
  Likes: 549
 
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Jeff Cope
Jeff
Cope

  0° Black  
Winston-Salem
  NC  
  Cmts: 132
  Likes: 344
 
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Brian Miller
Brian
Miller

  1° Brown  
Greensboro
  NC  
  Cmts: 117
  Likes: 186
 
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Sammy Garcia
Sammy
Garcia

  0° Black  
West Covina
  California  
  Cmts: 109
  Likes: 127
 
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Marcelo  Motta
Marcelo
Motta

  2° Black  
Colorado Springs
  CO  
  Cmts: 102
  Likes: 232
 

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Juan Reppin
Juan Reppin
1. Submitted by Emerson favreau for Juan Reppin  - Wednesday November 30, 2016 8:13 PM
Professor juan is an excellent teacher, he takes time to work with students one on one and will help you no matter what level you are it in your bjj journey, I only got to train for 6 months but hoping to be back under his tutelage soon, I only trained no gi but it was none the less great instruction and he also trained a guy by the name of jonata gomes who is only a purple belt now but will no doubt go on to do great things in bjj back in Brazil.
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James Duscio
James Duscio
2. Submitted by Clay K for James Duscio  - Tuesday November 29, 2016 3:01 PM
Duscio is a spectacular BJJ instructor. Not only is he enthusiastic and knowledgeable about BJJ he is a spectacular instructor, builds a great community of students, and as a bonus he is pretty damn funny throughout class.
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Sundar Brown
Sundar Brown
3. Submitted by Chris H. for Sundar Brown  - Sunday November 20, 2016 10:38 PM
I have had the privilege to train with Sundar on several occasions. He has a relaxed but focused teaching style along with the ability to break down and articulate every detail in a technique. In addition, he takes the time go beyond the how and also explains the why, demonstrating the practical application of each drill.
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Mike Casey
Mike Casey
4. Submitted by Michael Casey for Mike Casey  - Sunday November 20, 2016 2:41 PM
We are very sorry to hear you did not enjoy your experience during your time here, our white belt class is definitely focused on beginners and the Essentials of Jiu-Jitsu. The upper level belts are meeting requirements to work with the white belts and having them work in gives the white belts a chance to get advice from, and feel more advanced technique. I will make it a point that everyone understands why we do this in order to get the most out of it. Thank you for this perspective and feedback. We will educate our future students accordingly about the learning process coming from multiple ranks and instructors. I will also say that we only close on a few major holidays or for extreme weather conditions where travel is considered unsafe. All of our instructors are trained and spend many years on the mats and must exhibit high values and standards before they are allowed to run class. I understand that voicing a complaint can be awkward but we have several ways to make the students opinions heard, including anonymous surveys. I wish you would have brought this to my attention and Iím sure we could have met your needs. We are extremely open and accessible to the student body and any concerns they have. I wish you the best Jorge and please know you are welcome back anytime, should you choose to return.
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Dave Bosquez
Dave Bosquez
5. Submitted by Anthony for Dave Bosquez  - Thursday November 10, 2016 2:28 PM
Young instructor but wise beyond his age. Great coach and mentor!
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MY JIU-JITSU RANT. BY: BOBBY THOMPSON

Here's a lengthy rant I put together on my background with the art and sport of Gracie/Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. I'm not a writer and I never blog so it's erratic and jumps around a quite a bit. Many of you have written me and I've made some friendships from having developed the site so I thought I would share a little about who I am, my history in the sport, some of my experiences (positive and negative) and my opinions about styles of teaching and things as trivial as terminology. Basically it's a brain fart. Please let me know your thoughts. These are just my opinions and they are not wrong or right, just what I believe. We are all entitled to them... click here to read the rest

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