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By Kimberly Kaye - March 7, 2019 Not a joke headline.  A Canadian white belt is suing his coach for injuries sustained during his first...
A fundamental tenant of fighting is to avoid your opponent's strengths whilst imposing your own. Interestingly, in training I recommend that you often do the exact opposite. In fighting and competition (shiai) THE OBJECT IS VICTORY. In training, the object is SKILL...
*WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES* If you’ve been training for a while its almost certain you have contracted or know someone who has contracted a bacterial or viral infection from the gym. Your gym mats are positively swimming with bacteria, fungus and...
by Adam Lauritzen, SSC Fundamentals are the basics, the things that we learn in the beginning of training and which apply at all levels for an entire career. In a complex world, fundamental things work reliably and consistently. In Brazilian...
It's funny How people ask to be promote by time just because IBJJF put minimum time for each belt. Don't forget is minimum, NOT maximum . If you ask me for belt because you already pass your minimum time in your...
Bad Posture – How to Fix Rounded Back Desk Posture (Good for JiuJitsu as well) Here’s a video of me showing you how to correct a kyphotic desk posture. Likely the most commonly known variation of “bad posture” deals with a...