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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-20-2009, 01:23 PM Thread Starter
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What do they teach in Marines?

I know its a form of grappling and you actually earn belts. Just wondering since im enlisting once off probation next month. Time to do something that will make my family proud.
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My friend from the marines said it basiclly gracie jui jitsu. I could be wrong, but that's what he told me. Thank you for your patriotism

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Thanks thats pretty cool of you guys. Hopefully its gracie juijitsu that would really be nice and being in the marines will be the greatest experience in my life. Cant wait for this to happen. Opportunities my parents never had and now ill make my family proud.
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good luck grizz thanks for the service...i would have gone too with my best friend but they wouldnt take me with asthma
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what the marines mostly do is MC MAP (Marine Corps Martial Arts Program). it was instituded for nonleathal and leathal force combat situations, so there are lots of bjj they picked up, but don't be looking for anything too fancy (omoplata from the rubberguard will get you killed in the field), mostly blood chokes, arm locks, and knee bars... but all the way to the break, not just for a tap.

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My ONE regret in life--- Not joining the Marines---- so make the best of it WORK HARD and become the best you can and become something not only for your family but also for yourself--- be truthful, honest and honorable and not only will your family be proud of you, but most important you will be proud of yourself.



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what the marines mostly do is MC MAP (Marine Corps Martial Arts Program). it was instituded for nonleathal and leathal force combat situations, so there are lots of bjj they picked up, but don't be looking for anything too fancy (omoplata from the rubberguard will get you killed in the field), mostly blood chokes, arm locks, and knee bars... but all the way to the break, not just for a tap.
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"every second your not training, he is..... and he is doing it, just to kick your ass"
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