They are more friendly, they makeout super quick, and give less resistance to the bedroom. If you go to the rich and snobby clubs then it may actually be harder. Because it takes time to find good places, a gringo visiting for a short stay may miss out on the “friendlier” girls. I shouldn’t have to say it but approaching is still the number one thing you do to help yourself out here.
But in general the girls are prettier and easier than American girls—at least 50% easier. Lots of girls speak English so if you have decent game you will see a gigantic jump in the quality you get compared to the gringos who simply have drunk game.Unless you're an elite competitor or have some specific need for the best instruction (or you're choosing between a terrible gym and a great gym), the best gym for you will tend to be the one that you can train at most often.This is especially true if you're a white or blue belt and are still learning basic technique.I think changing academys because of proximity and class offerings is fair and most instructors would understand.Just make sure you like the school and the vibe by trying it out for at least a week.Lastly, although belt rank should not be a motivator in your BJJ journey, just keep in mind that practitioners who jump around tend to take a way longer time to get promoted. Once you get a blue belt, try and stick with your school until brown or black.
Pick well the first time because BJJ has too much politics in it, in a way.
The sex is not important—they’ve been doing that since they were 14.” Poor favela chicks are very easy, but quality is a serious problem.
It’s not uncommon to see a decent looking gringo getting with a girl he should not be touching.
If you are American then you are trained to think that only desperate chicks would do such a thing, but it’s quite common for Brazilian girls to show affection very fast and do much (or all) of the work to take things to the bedroom. I’m not saying you don’t have to stay on point to make things happen, but you can relax a little.
Again, you will have to work just like you would at home, and you will be rejected and flaked on like you would at home, but you are rewarded faster, more often, and with better quality.
Some schools have very aggressive students while others are extremely laid back.