Paul Schreiner: Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!
Who is Paul Schreiner?
Paul Schreiner is an American Jiu-Jitsu practitioner and coach who has worked with some of the biggest names in the sport. He holds a black belt in BJJ under Claudio Franca, and learned alongside such names as Marcelo Garcia and Dave Camarillo. Injuries may have held him back at a young age, but his mind would not be slowed. Now, Paul has become one of the most well-known and respected ambassadors of the sport.
Connected Reaction: No Gi Passing by Paul Schreiner
Although early injuries kept Schreiner from a prolific competitie career, he is extremely well-respected among the grappling community for his time as a coach at Alliance New York. Under the watchful eye of Jiu-Jitsu legend Marcelo Garcia, Schreiner was able to coach many world-level athletes to success on the mats.
In Jiu-Jitsu, lineage is a big deal and Paul Schreiner’s is as pure as it gets. His teacher, Claudio Franca, learned from Francisco Mansor, who is one of only six men promoted to 9th degree blackbelt by Helio Gracie himself. Today, Paul honors this lineage by devoting his life to spreading his love and knowledge of Jiu-Jitsu to practitioners around the world.
Connected Reaction: Half Guard by Paul Schreiner
How Old is Paul Schreiner?
Schreiner was born on December 15, 1977 and is 44 years old. He will turn 45 in December of 2021.
Paul Schreiner Family
Details on Paul’s family have not been made public.
How Much is Paul Schreiner Worth?
Paul Schreiner is worth an undisclosed amount of money. He has not made this information public, although his wide range of instructional products has done well in the Jiu-Jitsu community.
How Tall is Paul Schreiner?
Paul Shcreiner’s height is not publicly available.
How Much Does Paul Schreiner Weigh?
Paul Schreiner competed briefly in the middleweight division, at 181.5 pounds (82 kg)
Paul Schreiner Fight List
Paul Schreiner’s injuries directed him to a lifetime of coaching competitors. He does not have an active fight history.
Paul Schreiner's Best Fight of All Time
Paul Schreiner is known as a coach and prolific instructor, and not a competitor. Still, he has medaled in some high level competitions during his time in the sport. His two biggest competition results are listed below:
- 2012 - IBJJF World Championships - Master 1 Division - Black - 2nd Place
- 2006 - IBJJF World Championships - Adult Division - Brown - 3rd Place
Who Did Paul Schreiner Lose To?
In 2006, Paul Schreiner took 3rd place in the brown belt division at IBJJF Worlds. The winner that year was Sergio Ricardo. Later in his career, in 2012, Schreiner took second place in the Master 1 division of IBJJF Worlds, this time narrowly losing to the first place competitor, Adriano Ferreira Araujo.
Paul Schreiner Record
Paul Schreiner does not have an official W-L record.
Paul Schreiner Injuries
Paul Schreiner’s career was determined largely by injuries sustained outside of the sport. Before ever stepping onto the mat, Schreiner had damaged one of his knees playing rugby. After his recovery he began to train in Jiu Jitsu. Only 7 months into his training, he hurt his other knee; this time while surfing. In the process of rehabbing his second ACL, Schreiner contracted a life-threatening staph infection inside of his knee. The joint locked and Shcreiner had to spend years of physical therapy recovering his mobility. These injuries made it so that Schreiner was rarely able to test his skills in competition against other world-level talent.
Is Paul Schreiner Retired?
Paul Scheriner was forced into an inactive competition career, but has made up for it in other ways. He is one of the most prolific creators of Jiu Jitsu instruction alive, and his contributions to Marcello Garcia’s team as a coach are unparalleled.
While working with BJJ Fanatics, Paul developed his “Connected Reaction” series of videos that detail almost his entire game. Every aspect of Jiu Jitsu is found in these materials; even the titles are versatile. He’s created seven installments of his series: "No-Gi Passing”, “Seat Belt Back Attacks”, “Defense & Escape from Side Control”, “Pistol Grip 2 on 1”, “Half Guard”, “Clinched Closed Guard”, and “Armlocks & Spiral Armlocks”. If there’s an aspect of your game that needs work, chances are that tPaul Schreiner has you covered.
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