I’m looking at going to a new place to train due to someone getting a bit flakey on his students, and was looking for a bit of input. I’m currently doing Kajukembo. I know it’s not really a major one, but I like the blend of both the standing and ground game…throw in some weapons and standard self-defense stuff, and it’s a pretty good mix of everything(for the record, there’s about a 1% chance I’ll ever actually compete in a ring). I have the opportunity to train with another Kajukembo guy, but it’s not exactly handy for me to get there.
I also have another school I’m interested in that offers JJ and Judo. Does anyone happen to have experience with all three (Kajukembo/JJ/Judo) and can give me some advice on which they feel is the most enjoyable/effective? I really do love the ground work, but don’t know how much standup is involved in the JJ.
Thanks for any input, guys, and sorry if this question’s been asked 100 times.