They say that leg locks are the great equalizer in grappling. How else can a less experienced grappler submit a more experienced opponent?
Do you love the leg lock game but you train at a BJJ academy that doesn’t focus on leg locks or just favorizes IBJJF legal techniques?
This is just the BJJ camp for you!
Here is a 1 week leg lock training camp with Jonathan Calestine and Aaron Milam. These 2 high level BJJ black belts learned their skills in the infamous blue basement from the likes of the legendary leg lock masters John Danaher and Eddie Cummings. You will go through 25 hours of technique, and also 15 hours of open mat with grapplers from all over the world.
Camp organiser Niels Robeyns has this stay:
At Bjj focus camps we want to create camps that focus on a position, and learn that position from some of the best grapplers in the world. At our Leglock extravaganza camp we will be doing this with Jonathan Calestine (EBI 15 winner) and Aaron Milam (John Danaher black belt). You will get 25 hours of technique and 15 hours of open mat for just 200 euro.
At an early bird registration 200 euro, it is amazing value for your money.
Date: Jul 8, 2019 to Jul 13, 2019.
The location is also very central: Leuven, Belgium.
Leuven, being both a trading centre in the Middle Ages and having a world renowned university since 1425, has always been a wealthy city. Which you can see in it’s beautifull buildings. Apart from that, it also has one of the biggest breweries in the world and beer is and always has been a part of the Leuven culture. Combine that with a lot of university students and you have a vibrant city with parties every night.
The Sportoase is a big sports complex with a lot of sports areas: a fitness, climbing wall, skate park, swimming pool and sauna. For all of these you will have to pay an entrance fee, except for the skate park. There’s a pub at the entrance where you can go for drinks or food. The mat space is huge, about 300m² wide and enough changing rooms and showers for our needs.
Sportoase – Philipssite Leuven (Philipssite 6, 3001 Leuven – Belgium)
How to get there?
Leuven is a small city, so you can do it on foot. We also offer a bike rental service on the Facebook camp page a couple of weeks before the camp. Keep an eye out for this! Leuven is terrible and expensive to park a car, so I would not recommend driving there every day. Public transport is an option, depending on where you’re staying.
For more information and registration go to our website https://focuscamps.jimdofree.com/