For the longest time, I thought every training session I did had to be insanely challenging and leave me in a broken mess on the floor. Unfortunately, this often made me dread training, and I'd end up finding excuses skip sessions. Then a friend … [Read more]
Subj: Two Books Every BJJ Player Should Own.
Before YouTube, online membership sites, and instant downloads there were books. And while a book can be more difficult to consume than a 10-minute video, the information in books can often be more valuable. Don't get me wrong, I love videos they … [Read more]
Archive: Crunching the number to improve your Jiu Jitsu!
How do you determine the areas to work in your Jiu Jitsu? One of the best ways to do this is by analysing what's working at the highest level. After all, if it's good enough for a black belt world champion, it's probably good enough for … [Read more]
Subj: The skeptic and the early adopter.
I first saw the Beeimbolo when I fought in the 2008 World Championships. There were these two kids tearing through my division. They kept doing this weird upside-down-spinny-thing that left their confused opponents and defending their backs. It was … [Read more]
Subj: Three Tips For Competition Success.
One of the most common questions I get asked at seminars is something like “How do you prepare for competitions?” And I completely understand why people ask that question, after all, who doesn't want to win when they compete. For years, I … [Read more]
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