brazilian jiu jitsu

In my last tournament, I didn't win a single match - but I felt a huge sense of accomplishment. How could that be? How can we make losing feel like winning?
Lately I've been setting daily goals for my training and diet to help keep me on track for the New York Open.
With the New York Summer Open about a month away and an event in a few weeks, I've been spending a lot of time training.
Turn Father’s Day up to eleven! If you haven’t finished shopping for the fighting dad in your life, there’s still time.
In this inaugural episode of our radio show, we discuss BJJ, the learning process, taking risks, and living your passions.
The break from school has given me the chance to re-focus and find direction in my training and my life.
The hardest thing for almost every competitor to do is to square away their diet, but it's also one of the most important training aspects.
The way you train, eat, and sleep is going to determine how long you can stay on the mats.
Jiu jitsu is the one thing I feel completely comfortable doing. I don’t have to worry about being judged or criticized. I just do it.
There are three types of grip - crush grip, pinch grip, and support grip. But how do you train these?
A staph infection derailed my training this week, but I managed to catch it early and keep up with my training schedule.
Recently, I’ve enjoyed hearing Joe talk about strength and conditioning for jiu jitsu, learning new techniques, and training while injured.
Finals are finally over, and I'm excited to train and compete during the summer months!
Recently someone asked how I manage to fit everything in and juggle training and life. Here are some tips.
I decided to treat myself and buy this gi for my birthday, and believe me, it really is a treat.
Strength training will improve a grappler’s strength-to-weight ratio, reduce injury risk, and slow down the loss of muscle mass as the body ages.
I was reluctant to train this week due to upcoming finals, but I'm glad I fought through it and got to roll.