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’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.
Today while in class at my BJJ academy, I discovered a breakthrough past what had been a source of frustration for me for quite some time. I realized that I was finally learning how to learn. When I first began training BJJ and for a long time thereafter, my mind got lost in the details. … Continue reading Learning How to Learn
Sumo for Mixed Martial Arts: Winning Clinches, Takedowns, & Tactics By Andrew ZerlingForewords by Steve Scott and Stephan Kesting I was first exposed to sumo wrestling by attending a tournament in Osaka, Japan several years ago, which inspired me to read more about this art form. It was obvious from watching the matches that there … Continue reading Book Review: Sumo for Mixed Martial Arts
I’ve developed a few ways to prevent injury in order to allow me to train Brazilian Jiu Jitsu as regularly and as often as possible.
As someone who travels frequently for work, it's often very difficult to maintain a good diet that will offer proper nutrition for the demands of BJJ.
When I set about to learn a martial art, I never could have imagined that I would have found myself in the world of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
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