Tips for Training BJJ on the Road
I travel for work, so I visit a lot of different BJJ clubs. Here's how to find a good place and plan ahead.
Drilling the Basics for BJJ Success
There are two methods that all BJJ practitioners should be drilling on a daily basis.
Pursuing Your Athletic Passion: Are the Trade-offs Worth It?
You need to be ready to make some big sacrifices if you plan on making it to the top of your game.
OSS Kimono Daruma Gi (Product Review)
This is a wonderful gi to roll in, with custom embroidery and plenty of room to move around.
Stay Injury Free: GPP Versus SPP for BJJ Athletes
Let’s take a look at the steps we can take to avoid pain and injury in our BJJ careers.
Back to the Grind (Athlete Journal 65)
This week was all about getting back in the game after a long holiday break.
Submission Series 902: BJJ Athletes With Bright Futures
Cat Clark and Jaret MacIntosh have put together an amazing line-up to support up-and-coming fighters.
Editor's Picks: The 10 Must-Read Articles From 2014
Bookmark this page and make these articles your homework if you consider yourself a dedicated athlete or coach.
Becca Borawski Jenkins
On the Other Side of a Belt Promotion (Athlete Journal 64)
Last week Scranton MMA held its first ever promotional event, and I got to be part of it.
Staying in Shape With an Elbow Injury (Athlete Journal 61)
My elbow injury is taking longer than I thought to heal, so I'm supplementing with weight lifting and yoga.
Submission Fight Co. Aura Gi Pants (Product Review)
I don't think these pants helped make my aura any stronger, but I'm still a fan of their quality and design.
Use Old-School BJJ Moves to Keep Your Opponents Guessing
Incorporate these submissions to surprise opponents and improve your BJJ game.
5 Ways to Improve Your Defense and Win More Fights
For a fighter, being a proficient defender is the key part of not getting hit - or at least getting hit less.
Eric C. Stevens
Healing Time Can Be Learning Time (Athlete Journal 60)
Although I had to take it easy this week because of a few injuries, I still learned a lot and taught an advanced class.
My First Competition as a Purple Belt (Athlete Journal 59)
I competed at my first tournament as a purple belt on Saturday, and I took second place in the division.
Tournament Training Week (Athlete Journal 58)
This week I took it easy and focused on getting ready for my next tournament this weekend.
The 2014 Masters World Championships (Athlete Journal 43)
I am happy with my experience at Worlds, and after competing ten times this past year, it is time to rest and get ready for 2015.
Keep Training When Life Is Busy (Athlete Journal 57)
Every second of every day has been occupied by something I had to do for school or the gym this week, but I'm ready to take on the challenges.
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