Come train with us in May 2013. We will be holding a BJJ and Submission Grappling Camp that will include:
1) Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Gi and No Gi
2) Judo and Wrestling Techniques
3) Bio Mechanics for Martial Arts: Physical Training, Warm Up, Stretching Techniques Designed for BJJ
We will have 5 coaches, one for each subject. Our camp will take place at our Kore Headquarters in Danbury, CT.
We will have three seminars each day. Master Luigi Mondelli, 3rd degree BJJ Black Belt will be in charge of all BJJ and Grappling Techniques. Our very Special Guest Teacher will be the American Top Team’s Pro MMA team Brazilian Jiu Jitsu coach Master Marcos “Parrumpa” DaMatta.
Who are our Coaches?
Christopher Graney, Biomechanics Specialist, Muscle Activation Techniques Master Specialist. will be covering a spectrum of exercises and drills to help participants develop new perspectives and practices relating to:
– Warm up, flexibility and stretching
– Exercises for conditioning
– Exercises for skill-enhancement
Participants will develop an understanding and practice that will help increase their grappling performance in addition to increasing his tolerance of the various stresses and risks associated with the practice of bjj and submission grappling. If you are a school owner you will learn how a more scientific approach to the proper warm up techniques will increase the retention of students in your school.
Sensei Dennis Hill, Black Belt in Judo and Instructor in Combat Sambo, will be covering all the stand up techniques to improve our top game.
Judo is a powerful grappling art that compliments Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) with its throwing techniques and its strong top-fighting ground techniques. At the seminar you will be presented with these powerful tools to add to your martial arts arsenal. As an instructor or student of martial arts you will be exposed to this pool of knowledge and understand why Judo is making a splash in the Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) world. As a bonus, we will also cover leg locking techniques that are allowed in BJJ to expand upon your submission game.
Master Luigi Mondelli, 3rd Degree Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt is an accomplished and experienced BJJ and Grappling competitor. He will be teaching our BJJ Gi and No Gi seminars following a curriculum covering from Basics to Advanced moves. All areas will be covered including: top and bottom, submissions and defenses.
Master Marcos “Parrumpinha” DaMatta (Special Guest):
•Received black belt in 1997 from Carlson Gracie
•1996 BJJ World Champion
•2000 BJJ World Championship Runner-up
•2000 BJJ Brazilian National Champion
•7X NAGA Superfight Champion – wins over Baret Yoshida, Allan Teo, Jared Winner, John Stutzman, Mike Cardoso
•FL ADCC SWO Superfight Champion – Broke ADCC score record 44X0 over 2003 ADCC Japan Qualifier winner
•2005 ADCC Competitor
•MMA Record: 9-1
Wrestling Coach Justin Ungar;
Coach Ungar is the American Top Team Connecticut Wrestling Instructor. With experience competing in wrestling from middle school through college, Coach Ungar has put together an amazing program, adapting many takedowns and throws to our Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu game.
When: May4th & 5th
Where: Kore BJJ Danbury, CT
16 Beaver Brook Rd #3
Danbury, CT 06810
Cost: $599 for all 2 days or $350 for one full day – PRE REGISTRATION UNTIL APRIL 30TH: $549 PER PERSON
- 8:00am to 11:00am – Introduction to Bio Mechanics applied to BJJ
- 11:00am to 1:00 pm -Wrestling with Coach Justin Ungar
- 2:30pm to 4:30pm – Judo for BJJ with Sensei Dennis Hill
- 5:30pm to 8:00pm – BJJ Gi Seminar with Master Marcos “Parrumpinha” DaMatta (*please read the details below)
- 9:00am to 11:00am – Bio Mechanics applied to BJJ – Drills
- 11:00am to 1:00pm – BJJ No Gi
- 2:30pm to 4:30pm – BJJ Gi
- 4:30pm to 5:30pm – Class plans
OBSERVATION: The seminar with Master DaMatta is included in the camp at no extra cost. It is also open to anybody interested in participating solely in his seminar. The cost to attend to his seminar only is $65 per person.
Call us now to book your spot at (203) 628-0288 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org