Awesome camp! Excellent instructors, great people and a well organised schedule! Great camps for making new friends and improving your Jiu Jitsu.
Great Coaches, great people! Really good organisation and location too. Julian, Germany
Great vibes, great teachers, learned a lot and enjoyed even more Gäel, France
Hey guys! I took a couple of minutes to write a small review on my stay in Klagenfurt Intense BJJ Camp and I hope you enjoy. I took one of the last spots. Usually, I am not the seminar guy as I hate feeling burned out with technique overload. However, this event went totally different. The camp subjects were strictly written down in a camp guide and I must confess the main advanced stuff that I was looking for since I have been trying lots of single x guard entries and transitions lately. The class was split up in beginners and advanced, gi, and no gi. I tried both and was not disappointed. I really enjoyed the company of head coach Renato – an open minded guy who always seemed to have a fun story to share. Coach Martin did a great job breaking down the single x + q and a’s. We had 2 classes, each about 2 hours + sparring then lunch at the place – another 2 classes each 2 hours + sparring and dinner. All dinner locations were destined at different spots – food was delicious – especially the pizza was just ridiculously good. There was a morning class at 9 am either capoeira or gymnastic natural which I was planning to skip but still went to – turned out quite fun and is actually a good alternative warm up for Jiu Jitsu. I made it to almost every class and took every roll – afterward, I feel like my game improved a lot which is hands down not a big surprise when having at least 5 black belts on the mats looking out to correct the stupid shit you do. Can’t tell anything about the hotel since we slept on the mats – but many thanks for washing our gis though. Hoping to see you guys in Italy! – Dima, Germany
It was great training with exceptiona