I read and hear many discussions debating whether BJJ is the best martial art for self defense and if not, which martial art is the best?
I love working out from home and my workouts are incredibly focused. I highly recommend a home gym to everyone.
In this post, we'll take a look at some tips for injury recovery for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, especially as it pertains to older grapplers.
I entered my first competition as a Blue Belt several months ago having absolutely no idea what to expect. All I knew was that I didn't want to progress through my BJJ journey without having had the experience. It was terrifying and exhilirating at the same time, and I found it to be a surprisingly emotional experience as well.
Eating healthy and making time for exercise, even just a few minutes in the morning, can keep you energetic, positive, and injury free.
I tend to travel a lot and from early on in my BJJ training have grown accustomed to visiting and training as a guest in academies other than my own. While I've always strived to be a good guest, the more I've learned about BJJ the more I've tweaked the protocol I follow to ensure … Continue reading How to Train BJJ While Traveling
By approaching every training session with a giving mindset, we can all elevate our teammates and ourselves, and motivate one another. It will also have a profound effect on our approach to life off the mats.
I often hear people ask if they’re too old to begin training a martial art, specifically BJJ past the age of 40. I didn’t begin training BJJ until I was 45.
About two months ago, after nearly three years of training, I received an email from my BJJ academy notifying me that I’d been selected to test for blue belt.
I’ve developed a theory which I hope enables me to be a better training partner and has the added benefit of enhancing my development as a Jiu Jitsu player.