Never worked at a daycare center but sometimes my house feels like one.
no soccer kicks to head, i am disappoint
Very cool vid, thanks for sharing.
No, thank you.
My 3 year old daughter loves to play Judo. It would be so much better if she had a twin. I enjoyed watching, and will watch the rest of your vids.
Thanks Judobill. Yeah, I have three boys about the same age, so they will always have a training partner if this is something they want to stick with.
By the way I fixed my sites link in case anyone was trying to access it.
judobill - My 3 year old daughter loves to play Judo. It would be so much better if she had a twin. I enjoyed watching, and will watch the rest of your vids.
Future Ronda rousey?
Kind of cute but also kind of weird looking. I have never seen too much kid BJJ curriculum. I am curious if they usually teach submissions that young. I guess it depends on how mature the kid is.
I had my 6 y/o in judo for a year and they did a lot of break falling drills, some throws and trips, and pinning and position drills. Unfortunately, my son really disliked the pinning drills (when he was getting pinned) and lost interest. Hoping that he might be more into it when he is older and I will be able to put him in either BJJ or Judo (although honestly I would rather him start off in Judo 1st and BJJ later). He really wants to try a Karate school that his friends go to, but it is an American Karate school and I am not convinced...I have seen you tube demos and the instructor is doing retard cartwheels back flips while demonstrating katas.
that's pretty awesome. i;m gunna pass this along to my cousin who has a couple of kids. vtfu!
This is awesome!!
Mayweedz, it's too bad your child lost interest. The beauty of teaching your kids at home is that you can tailor the training as you see fit and focus on areas your child enjoys. I switch between wrestling, grappling, and striking to keep things fresh and sometime my kids will ask to practice specific techniques.
Team GDP, much appreciated.
shah and ravishing ttthanks.
good stuff, good to see kids actually being taught something by their parents.