The 2012 Pan-American Jiu-Jitsu Championship is already going full steam in Irvine, California. In the colored-belt groups the future of gentle-art competition is already bubbling to the top, and the black belts will see action this Saturday. Our GMA Rubens Charles “Cobrinha” put together one of those hard-to-beat training camps at his Los Angeles academy alongside two-time world champion (2003/04) Mário Reis. The Alliance aces are solid candidates to score some medals in the featherweight division, not to mention that they’ll be bringing a cheering section all their own with them to the Bren Events Center.
REVIEW OLD POSITIONS AND TEST NEW ONES BEFORE COMPETING IN JIU-JITSU
“The idea was to do specific training with new positions, without forgetting to review the old ones,” explained Mário Reis.