The Carlson Gracie team training camp being put on by coaches Ari Galo and Alexandre “Baixinho” shortly after the Rio International Open has gained a new special attraction: gentle art legend Ricardo De La Riva will teach a seminar especially for camp participants.
The famous black belt and master is just one of the perks featured at the ten-day training camp from August 1 to 10 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The camp is meant for practitioners wishing to take their Jiu-Jitsu and/or MMA skills to the next level with world class instructors endowed with international experience teaching and fighting, in the birth place of modern day Jiu-Jitsu and MMA.
Located at a quiet corner away from the hustle and bustle of the city to allow for complete focus on the task of personal betterment, the camp will provide both high-quality training and reposeful leisure.
Food, housing, training and local transportation over the camp’s ten-day and nine-night duration for a price of 2,000 dollars.
Etched between the end of the Rio Open tournment and UFC Rio, the program kicks off August 1, ends on the 10th, and is open to students from all teams and of all levels of proficiency.
It’s a ten-day, nine-night training camp with food, transportation and plenty of training. Sign up quick while there’s still room. Click here to find out more.
– Integration activities
– Environmental control 24 hours a day
– Physical Preparation
– Cardio Training
Price: USD 2,000.00