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Ben Lindhout
Ben Lindhout

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Last Name: Peters
Nickname: "Hebrew Hammer"
City: Silver Spring
State: Maryland
Country: USA
School: College Park MMA

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1. Submitted by Micheal Ray Harris on Tuesday December 27, 2011 7:52 PM
I like Joshua as an BJJ instructor because he teaches you BJJ old school wise and new school BJJ.Some schools only teach the old schools ways and dont adapt well to changes in the style.Like additions of BJJ for MMA and some catch wrestling subs that can be add into your BJJ move list. Joshua is overall BJJ teacher but he knows many arts Judo ,wrestling, mauy thai,kick boxing ,TKD and Etc.

2. Submitted by Piankhi Zimmerman on Monday January 2, 2012 4:53 AM
I second Micheal's comment. Joshua is great at teaching the key steps of positioning as well as how to adapt for various differences in body types. He takes from the old school and modern discoveries and teaches to apply what works. Having studied many forms of martial arts he has a wealth of knowledge and understanding of fighting. That being said BJJ has been his primary art for years, and he knows it very well. He makes sure you understand the techniques and the reason behind the positioning. Joshua lives by constant improvement of technique through constant drilling.

3. Submitted by Anthony Chin Loy on Thursday January 5, 2012 12:23 AM
Josh enjoys every second of training. Whether he is learning himself or teaching he always has a smile on his face. He's very inviting and willing to show you what you need to improve your game. He pulls from a variety of marital arts (of which he knows many) to augment your BJJ knowledge. Truly a great guy.

4. Submitted by Randy Malacas on Tuesday October 1, 2013 10:27 PM
I met Josh aka Jew Jitsu about 10 years ago when he began his BJJ journey. A student of all arts, he has a great way of teaching and instilling the warrior spirit in his students. He has proved to everyone that the small guys can pack a punch. I can't remember a fight when he weighed the same or more than his opponent. Nonetheless, he fought anyone who went in the ring. Josh's goal was always to train people to fight. He is doing a great job at it with his new school and team.

5. Submitted by Donald Alexander on Wednesday September 9, 2015 12:48 PM
Joshua Peters is a very enthusiastic instructor. Josh shows a technique with passion and works with tenacity. Josh is an example of what happens when you mix talent and hard work.

6. Submitted by Amanda Ceresa on Wednesday September 9, 2015 12:56 PM
At 270 lbs I didn't think I was capable of anything. Josh's training gave me the confidence I needed to make a difference and start losing weight. I may not be able to perform the techniques like everyone else yet, but Josh teaches in a way that anyone can do BJJ. He pushes when you feel like you have given your all and need an extra boost.

7. Submitted by Jeff Melvin on Wednesday September 9, 2015 6:08 PM
In the far east they call him king of the foot holds. In the south they call him the rear naked champion But I am luckily enough to to call him coach. A stickler for technique Josh has helped me in leaps and bounds. Most respect for the man.

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