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Just because someone is a black belt in jiu-jitsu doesn't mean they are a black belt in teaching the art; and just because someone isn't a black belt, doesn't mean they aren't qualified to change lives through jiu-jitsu. Master Pedro Sauer and four other black belts completed the Gracie Academy Instructor Certification Program, and you won't believe what they had to say! Find a Certified Training Center near you: http://www.GracieUniversity.com If you own an existing martial arts school, and you've been thinking about becoming a CTC, learn more about the Territory Reservation Program (TRP) and verify your territory's availability at: http://www.GracieUniversity.com/TerritoryReservation
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