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Jarrod Anderson
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Bryan
Last Name: Evans
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City: Austin/Buda
State: Texas
Country: USA
School: Austin Submission Fighting
www.austinsubfight.com
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1. Submitted by Rob Bittner on Thursday August 18, 2011 10:17 AM
Bryan Evans is not only an extremely skilled and talented BJJ practitioner, but also a gifted teacher and great mentor. He exemplifies the qualities, philosophies, and good nature that you would expect in the Machado lineage. By far the most knowledgeable and effective teacher I have had.


2. Submitted by Hannah Robbins on Thursday August 18, 2011 12:47 PM
Words cannot express how great of a teacher and mentor Bryan is. Being a female college student interested in learning BJJ, it can be very intimidating when everyone else in class is twice your size! Bryan always makes sure I'm comfortable with every new technique and always makes me feel very welcome. I never feel too weak or too small against my opponents thanks to Bryans great training methods and attitude towards his student's education.


3. Submitted by Christopher Hinojosa on Thursday August 18, 2011 11:40 PM
I found Bryan Evans and Austin Submission Fighting about 4 years ago. At the time he was a 4 stripe Blue, the reason I add this is because I have seen his Amazing skill set become Phenomenal over the years. His knowledge of the game is vast and immense, not to mention he has a natural talent for teaching! Bryan, to me, invokes the very essence of Jiujitsu. He has a hunger to keep advancing his game unlike no other I have meet. The way he is able to break down techniques and troubleshoot problems is only matched by Professor Vandry, his chief instructor. With out Master Evans I wouldn't be where I am today.Thank you for everything you have done and taught me, you are truly my friend, mentor, and just the damn best Jiujitsu instructor I know.


4. Submitted by Brock Evans on Sunday August 21, 2011 4:28 PM
I have trained with Mr Evans for 8 years. When I started training it was to add into my exercise routine. I ha raw Kwon do experience but after school politics I wasn't looking to out on a funny uniform and do a bunch of forms so modified shooto appealed to me. I could go in some work out shorts and train. Immediatly Bryans teaching had me comfortable pn the ground he didnt say "it hAs to be done this way or that" but he would teach a technique and alow you to learn it and adapt it to a more of a what is comfortable for you approach. This made classes very comforable and intresting on what you wod learn next. Bryan always follows the concept of sparing or rolling after every class so you can really practice what you learn. Bryan kept telling me to get a gi but I kept putting it off. After 6 years I achieved my black belt and it was about this time that Bryan became an association with professor vandry and started bjj classes so I gave in and got a gi. Bryan opened my eyes to a whole new game of jujitsu and it has become one of my classes to go to.


5. Submitted by Marc Craig on Monday August 22, 2011 6:31 PM
Patient, Methodical, inspiring...Thatís Bryan Evans...The total package!! I need a lot of help and he is always there to coach. He always shows his students the most logical and instrumental ways to attack as well as defend in techniques that build upon each other. And he is encourager, Bryan is always wanting for the best in each and every one of his students inside the studio as well as out. One will not find a better coach in MMA or bjj than Bryan Evans. And after you train with him for a while YOU WILL want to fight like him!


6. Submitted by Teo. Ledesma on Tuesday December 6, 2011 1:07 AM
Some people create with words, music or with brush and paints. BJJ is beautiful.Bryan Evans makes people stop and say,"I've never seen anyone move like that before".It's more than just BJJ, it's a style. It's doing something better than anyone else i know. It's being creative.


7. Submitted by David on Thursday January 24, 2013 10:47 AM
A knowledgeable and humble instructor anyone could ever meet.

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