Alliance Jiu Jitsu

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I first came to Alliance in 2006 after experiencing growing dissatisfaction with another school in the city. I haven't looked back for second. In my 10 years of training I have never experienced such a close-knit and supportive training

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I first came to Alliance in 2006 after experiencing growing dissatisfaction with another school in the city. I haven't looked back for second. In my 10 years of training I have never experienced such a close-knit and supportive training

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For anyone looking to learn the art of brazilian jiu jitsu, I can honestly say I think Alliance NYC is the place to go. Whether the goal is to be a top competitor, to get in better shape, learn self-defense or just to start an exciting new

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For anyone looking to learn the art of brazilian jiu jitsu, I can honestly say I think Alliance NYC is the place to go. Whether the goal is to be a top competitor, to get in better shape, learn self-defense or just to start an exciting new

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Without a doubt, Alliance Jiu Jitsu, here at 98 3RD Ave, New York, NY 10003 is the greatest academy you will ever step foot on. No other places that teaches jiu jitsu can even compare to this place.

We have the trio of Fabio Clemente, a

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Without a doubt, Alliance Jiu Jitsu, here at 98 3RD Ave, New York, NY 10003 is the greatest academy you will ever step foot on. No other places that teaches jiu jitsu can even compare to this place.

We have the trio of Fabio Clemente, a

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I started training at alliance in May 2010. It was the best decision I have made in my life. Everybody supports each other like a family would. There are classes for beginners who want to get fit and defend themselves, and classes for

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I started training at alliance in May 2010. It was the best decision I have made in my life. Everybody supports each other like a family would. There are classes for beginners who want to get fit and defend themselves, and classes for

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If your looking to get your mind and body in shape, and learn a unique form of martial arts, look no further than Alliance BJJ. These guys are serious when it comes to training. It's an exciting, fun environment that will have you hooked.

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If your looking to get your mind and body in shape, and learn a unique form of martial arts, look no further than Alliance BJJ. These guys are serious when it comes to training. It's an exciting, fun environment that will have you hooked.

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Alliance is the best BJJ in NYC. Here's why:

1. BJJ every day. They have classes 7 days a week, and on weekdays they run during the day and evening. Makes scheduling easy for people with day jobs

2. World-class teachers. Lucas Lepri is a

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Alliance is the best BJJ in NYC. Here's why:

1. BJJ every day. They have classes 7 days a week, and on weekdays they run during the day and evening. Makes scheduling easy for people with day jobs

2. World-class teachers. Lucas Lepri is a

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I've been training at Alliance for about a year, and recently got my blue belt! Everybody at the gym is extremely focused and serious about training bjj, yet patient and very supportive. It really feels like a family--of determined motherf*ckers, who win tournaments all the time. The monthly membership is awesome because you can go as many times as you want, all week long, up to three times a day, gi and no gi. And it's cheap.

The head instructor is Fabio Clemente, and the two more hands-on instructors are Lucas Lepri and Babs Olusanmokun. These guys are all world champions, and all of them are absolute masters of the sport. Babs is an amazing teacher with an unparalleled understanding of the game, and Lucas is an international sensation right now and it feels like he's making up new rules as he goes along. Both are life-changing professors. Fabio, when you get to train with him, is the original gangster.

I'm leaving to go work abroad, and I will miss the sh*t out of these guys, and jiu jitsu.

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I've been training at Alliance for about a year, and recently got my blue belt! Everybody at the gym is extremely focused and serious about training bjj, yet patient and very supportive. It really feels like a family--of determined motherf*ckers, who win tournaments all the time. The monthly membership is awesome because you can go as many times as you want, all week long, up to three times a day, gi and no gi. And it's cheap.

The head instructor is Fabio Clemente, and the two more hands-on instructors are Lucas Lepri and Babs Olusanmokun. These guys are all world champions, and all of them are absolute masters of the sport. Babs is an amazing teacher with an unparalleled understanding of the game, and Lucas is an international sensation right now and it feels like he's making up new rules as he goes along. Both are life-changing professors. Fabio, when you get to train with him, is the original gangster.

I'm leaving to go work abroad, and I will miss the sh*t out of these guys, and jiu jitsu.

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I never thought that I would fit in to an all male martial arts but I felt very welcomed when I trained at alliace jui jitsu 3 months ago. The teachers are great, Fabio ( owner)and babs are very serious about the sport. The studio is clean , they have showers for women and men. It's definitely a very hard and intense sport , so if you're a women and are ready for the challenge , I say go for it!!! I got into if for self defense, and I've learned sooo much. I highly recommend alliance.... best of luck and thanks alliace for all your patience and knowledge....

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★★★★☆

I never thought that I would fit in to an all male martial arts but I felt very welcomed when I trained at alliace jui jitsu 3 months ago. The teachers are great, Fabio ( owner)and babs are very serious about the sport. The studio is clean , they have showers for women and men. It's definitely a very hard and intense sport , so if you're a women and are ready for the challenge , I say go for it!!! I got into if for self defense, and I've learned sooo much. I highly recommend alliance.... best of luck and thanks alliace for all your patience and knowledge....

Pros: best in NYC

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I trained at Studio X for about a year, and learned a lot and really liked it until I discovered some crucial info. I knew going in that there would be some guys who thought I didn't belong because I'm female, but I never expected it to be coming from the teacher! The main teacher and head of the studio, Fabio Clemente, was talking bad about the few girls who were training, as well as slandering other male students to me who were clearly putting in lots of effort but are not as naturally talented or experienced as himself. One time, when I asked why one female student hadn't been training lately, he actually said to me, "We don't need girls on our team anyway." This was after both me and that girl had won first place in tournaments for Alliance. Sure, Jiu-Jitsu is hard, but in this day and age, and especially in NYC, this kind of attitude is unacceptable. We need teachers who actually WANT to teach people how to fight, whether man or woman...not to do it for the money and then talk bad about the students in Portuguese, thinking none of us Americans can understand. For goodness sake, Tatiana Garcia (Marcelo Garcia's wife) trains at Studio X, and she earned her black belt from Alliance as well! I can't believe I paid Fabio Clemente $180 a month to eventually be made to feel like I didn't matter to the team just because I'm female.

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I trained at Studio X for about a year, and learned a lot and really liked it until I discovered some crucial info. I knew going in that there would be some guys who thought I didn't belong because I'm female, but I never expected it to be coming from the teacher! The main teacher and head of the studio, Fabio Clemente, was talking bad about the few girls who were training, as well as slandering other male students to me who were clearly putting in lots of effort but are not as naturally talented or experienced as himself. One time, when I asked why one female student hadn't been training lately, he actually said to me, "We don't need girls on our team anyway." This was after both me and that girl had won first place in tournaments for Alliance. Sure, Jiu-Jitsu is hard, but in this day and age, and especially in NYC, this kind of attitude is unacceptable. We need teachers who actually WANT to teach people how to fight, whether man or woman...not to do it for the money and then talk bad about the students in Portuguese, thinking none of us Americans can understand. For goodness sake, Tatiana Garcia (Marcelo Garcia's wife) trains at Studio X, and she earned her black belt from Alliance as well! I can't believe I paid Fabio Clemente $180 a month to eventually be made to feel like I didn't matter to the team just because I'm female.

Pros: location, other students, Tatiana and Marcelo Garcia's very technical instruction methods

Cons: macho attitudes of Mr. Clemente (bad for girls who are training), small size of studio

 

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