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#339782 - 05/05/07 03:22 PM Anyone familiar with Lloyd Irvin's school in MD?
Ben_ME Offline

Registered: 05/05/07
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I just had a quick question. Iíll be relocating to Maryland (St. Charles-Waldorf area) in the near future and Iíve been looking for a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu school in the area. The only school I could find online is Lloyd Irvinís in Temple Hills, MD.

Anybody have any experience with Irvinís school? Know of any other schools in the southern Maryland area?

Hereís his webpage:

ANY feedback/thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

#339783 - 05/11/07 01:54 PM Re: Anyone familiar with Lloyd Irvin's school in MD? [Re: Ben_ME]
ToddR Offline

Registered: 10/04/05
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Loc: York, PA
A buddy of mine who recently moved to DC and who is an accomplished grappler now trains with Lloyd Irvin. He speaks very highly of Master Irvin, and the accomplishments of his students like Mike Fowler and Ryan Hall should give you some idea of the caliber of his students.

I wish he'd open a school in York, PA. I'd train there in a heartbeat.

#339784 - 05/11/07 06:42 PM Re: Anyone familiar with Lloyd Irvin's school in MD? [Re: ToddR]
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Thanks Todd.

Always nice to get a push in the right direction when you're moving to a new area.

#339785 - 05/11/07 08:05 PM Re: Anyone familiar with Lloyd Irvin's school in MD? [Re: Ben_ME]
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Now that I think about it, I saw A Lloyd Irvin's brown belt roll at the Bullshido throwdown I went to. He seemed very sharp, and a nice guy.
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