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Do you want to train with me in Costa Rica?

5 Days of training with lots of fun excursions!

I have been asked a few times about setting up a BJJ/MMA training camp, so I finally put some thought into it and have made plans to do an amazing retreat in Costa Rica.

What can you expect?

The retreat will go from June 16th to June 22nd. The first and last days are for checking in and out, so no official training will go on during those days, but you can have fun exploring Costa Rica.

The focus of this camp will be on perfecting berimbolos from all positions…

LOL! If you believed that, shame on you. 🙂

Kimuras will be the name of the game of course. We will be able to go into more detail than I have ever been able to explore before with all the time we will have together. We will have 2 sessions a day where I will be able to break down the Kimura Trap System, do Q&A sessions, go over strategies, and developing the proper mindset to execute it all. My goal will be to make Kimura Trap masters out of everyone that attends the camp.

While you are not training, you will have access to all sorts of fun trips, such as: surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, spear fishing, zip lining, hiking, biking, and white water rafting, just to a name a few. 🙂

You will be staying with me in some luxurious condos just steps away from our training mats and the beach. We are right next to the city center, so there are plenty of great dining options to choose from. Everything will be close by so you don’t have to worry about long commutes.

My vision for this is to have about 20 people who are excited to learn the Kimura Trap System, have a great time in the natural paradise that is Costa Rica, and make some great memories with new friends. If all goes well, this is something that I would like to do on a regular basis across the globe.

If that sounds like a good time and you want to join in, just click below to inquire for more details about the retreat.

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