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Jiu-Jitsu is hard. Join host Josh McKinney on his forever quest to "suck less at jiu-jitsu." Learn from high level black belts, in depth conversations, and off the wall rants by the host himself. It is guaranteed that each episode will help you suck just a little less at jiu-jitsu, or your money back. Josh McKinney is an accomplished adult black belt competitor with a "suck-less" mindset that can help anyone progress Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/isuckatjiujit ...
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The Jiu-Jitsu Radio podcast is a celebration of the journey of jiu-jitsu. Tune in as we sit down with not only some of the most talented Jiu-jitsu and mma fighters in the world but with guests that embody all that is the jiu-jitsu lifestyle.
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Beyond Jiu Jitsu
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Beyond Jiu Jitsu

Kieren Lefevre and Adam Childs

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The Beyond Jiu Jitsu podcast is about all things BJJ, sport, life, health, nutrition, media and beyond. Hosted by Adam Childs, Vantage Jiujitsu BJJ Black Belt under Alliance Head Coach Fabio Gurgel and Kieren Lefevre a BJJ Blue Belt, Personal Trainer, ISSN - Sport Nutrition Specialist, Videographer and Jiu Jitsu Media Influencer.
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Jiu Jitsu is hard - pure and simple. Day in and day out, people from diverse backgrounds walk into Jiu jitsu gyms looking to start classes. Unsurprisingly, Jiu Jitsu has close to a 90% attrition rate for new students, so who are the 10% that make it through the first couple months and continue to train? What drives them to continue through brutal workouts that involve contorting into a human sweat pretzel? In Season 1 of Jiu Jitsu is Hard, we’re talking to people who did just that. My name i ...
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Welcome to the Jiu-Jitsu Secrets Podcast! This show is for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) students and fans who want to learn how to navigate the rollercoaster journey Jiu-Jitsu takes us on. Start dramatically growing your Jiu-Jitsu in as little as 10 (ish) minutes each day. Each podcast is short but with priceless information in bite-size chunks. Learn from Chasen Hill, 1st degree BJJ black belt with 13 plus years of teaching and training experience. Inside each episode, Chasen shares his bigges ...
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Dive deep into the exhilarating world of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu with "Caffeinated Jiu Jitsu," where passion meets perspective, and the gi meets the daily grind. Hosted by a spirited novice, this podcast uncovers the intricacies, challenges, and rewards of embarking on the BJJ journey. From perfecting that elusive guard pass to sharing light-hearted tales of gi faux pas, we explore it all with a fresh and caffeinated lens. Whether you're a white belt finding your footing, or a seasoned practitio ...
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Welcome to the Gracie Jiu Jitsu Rocks! podcast, a podcast dedicated to Gracie Jiu Jitsu and all things Gracie, including self defense, competition, anti bullying, women's self defense and empowerment, nutrition, and most especially the people involved in GJJ..........This podcast is for the average Joe; it's for anyone who practices, trains, teaches, or just loves to talk about or hear about Gracie Jiu Jitsu. We'll explore the lives of Gracie JJ practitioners, how they got involved with the ...
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Are you a new Jiu-Jitsu practitioner? Do you ever wonder if others are going through the same things as you? If so, then the Elbows Tight Podcast is for you! In this podcast, Travis documents his journey through Jiu-Jitsu. He sits down with everyone from brand-new white belts to well-established black belts to discuss their experiences, challenges, and successes. Whether you're a seasoned veteran or just starting out, you'll find something to relate to in the Elbows Tight Podcast. So come in ...
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Beauty and the Gi is a podcast about Brazilian Jiu Jitsu that explores the intersection of life on and off the mat. Whether you are a new white belt, or a seasoned grappler, this podcast offers a blend of personal experiences, challenges, and breakthroughs. In each episode, you get the perspectives of the ever-curious Blue Belt Jen Edds, along with Black Belt and coach AJ Clingerman. Episodes are usually 30 minutes or less because we would rather be rolling than talking about it.
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The ROL Radio Show features your host BJJ Black Belt Thomas Rozdzynski of ROL Academy and his co-host Gary Pond. Take a listen to the untold stories from the world of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Mixed Martial Arts as well as a unique take on life itself. The RŌL Radio podcast uniquely shines a spotlight on the untold stories within the world of Jiu-Jitsu. Going beyond techniques and competitions, the show delves into the personal narratives and journeys of individuals deeply entrenched in the marti ...
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Just Jiu Jitsu
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Just Jiu Jitsu

Kroyler Gracie and Andrew Desimone

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Each week Kroyler Gracie discusses Brazilian Jiu Jitsu concepts, techniques, history and culture with co-host Andrew Desimone. This podcast aims to explore all aspects of Jiu Jitsu while increasing practitioners’ appreciation and application of the art on and off the mat.
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The Jiu-Jitsu Times Podcast features interviews and conversations with BJJ practitioners, ADCC and IBJJF World Champions and competitors, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and UFC contenders, and entrepreneurs living the Jiu-Jitsu lifestyle. Our goal is to produce fun and engaging content for everybody involved in the BJJ community in order to help spread the opportunities and benefits from living the BJJ lifestyle.
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Join Jameson Sharp as he talks with Gracie Jiu Jitsu, and competitive Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Professor's, UFC Fighters, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Competitors and more. Join The Conversation As He Uncovers Never Heard Stories & News in the Jiu Jitsu Fight world. A GracieHumaitaKansasCity.com Production.
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Fortunato means lucky in Italian. We are lucky in so many ways. Both Jackson and I(Rafael)being immagrants, we have perspective on being poor/limited and not having a country that provides so many opportunities to pick our own life. We all have the chance here in the US. Acknowledge the blessings and lets make the most of what we have to get what we want. Jackson and I talk about different topics related to Jiu Jitsu, Health, and Happiness. How can we take advantage of our luck, be more grat ...
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Welcome to The Jiu Jitsu Legends Podcast. Hosts: Chris Engstrom, and his brothers Luiz Claudio Augusto, and Thiago Veiga who are both 5th degree black belts under Master Rickson Gracie. On the podcast we will be talking about jiu jitsu, health, wellness, inspirational stories with tons of guests from the BJJ community to the MMA world and everyone else in between. This will be an open forum podcast focusing on positivity, growth, and the community. Listen and enjoy!!!
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The Work Play Obsession, Life and Jiu Jitsu podcast shared our mission to build a community of inclusivity and familiarity for those healing the invisible wounds of trauma. We do this by leveraging recreational therapy in the form of Jiu Jitsu, Art, and Stand Up Paddle boarding. Our events welcome military, law enforcement officers, and first responders to share stories and build camaraderie in a fun and safe atmosphere.
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Seb Lavoie, CEO of Raven Strategic, brings a wealth of experience as a retired RCMP divisional Sgt. Major, Combatives Expert and BJJ Blackbelt, boasting sixteen years immersed in the tactical realm. In this captivating episode, we delve into Seb’s journey following his recent trans-tibial amputation, exploring his remarkable recovery, aspirations f…
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In this video, we delve into whether Jiu-Jitsu is suitable for everyone. The discussion was sparked by an Instagram reel from influencer Brad Lea, who shared his humorous take on why he didn't enjoy Jiu-Jitsu. We explore the idea that judging individuals for not wanting to pursue Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu can be elitist and counterproductive to growing t…
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Today’s guest has been a fixture in jiu-jitsu for decades in both his homeland of Brazil and the US. Over the years he has coached legends of jiu-jitsu and MMA including, Tito Ortiz and Quintin Rampage Jackson. Waldomiro Perez Jr. joins us to discuss his unique approach to coaching professional fighters and hobbyists, the similarities and differenc…
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Former Third Coast Grappling President Ryan McGuire is back on the podcast to talk about his experience post 3CG and the toll creating an innovatve grappling tournament took on his life.►𝐒𝐮𝐛𝐬𝐜𝐫𝐢𝐛𝐞 𝐭𝐨 𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐘𝐨𝐮𝐓𝐮𝐛𝐞 𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐥: / jiujitsuradio Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE and TURN ON Notifications by clicking the 🔔 Bell. The Jiu-Jitsu Radio podcast is availa…
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Have you watched the American Jiujiteira documentary? We watched it and have some thoughts to share with you in this episode. (00:00) Episode Intro (01:29) The American Jiujiteira Documentary Explore the impact of the American Jiujiteira documentary and its significance in showcasing women’s experiences in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. From personal trainin…
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In Today's Episode of ISAJJ Join Host, Josh McKinney(@thejoshmckinney) as he sits down with the owners of Revive BJJ(One of the TOUGHEST Bjj Schools in The Country) Nick Sanders and Junior Silva. Today the trio discusses past competition success(and failures), How Pros Game Plan for a Jiu-Jitsu Match, and the evolution of BJJ Ask ISAJJ ANYTHING Pic…
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"The Bone Spurs" are mini weekly episodes. A place to keep up with the weekly training or to go over a specific topic you wanna talk about. If you have a question for me or a specific topic you'd like to Hear about send me a message to The Bone Pit Jiu Jitsu Podcast on instagram!!! Thanks for your continued support !!!! Keep Showing Up!!!…
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As I tie on my newly-earned blue belt, I can't help but reflect on the myriad of ways jiu-jitsu parallels the boardroom battlegrounds. Today, we weave together the fibers of discipline and resilience from the mats to the office, illustrating through personal anecdotes and expert insights why the art of grappling is more than just a sport. It's a ma…
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"Jiu Jitsu is for everyone" isn't a cliche, it's the truth. Joining me today is Jacob Zalewski, who was born with cerebral palsy and still trains Jiu Jitsu. Also joining us is Catherine Murray, OTR, MOT, Rehabilitation Manager for TIRR Memorial Hermann. Jacob and Catherine recently put on an adapted BJJ event for people with disabilities. If you'd …
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In this episode of the Beyond Jiu Jitsu Podcast, the lads respond to the episode from the awesome Podcast "Best of Midland Texas” titled: "Jiu Jitsu is the Hobby for Those Okay with Sucking" Check out the full episode here and show them some support.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6DNIEYkJDzM&ab_channel=BestofMidlandTexas Timestamps: 0:00 The Intro…
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Jiu Jitsu Dummies Podcast, presented by Black Belt Digital Marketing. This week we're joined by MMA Coach & Head Coach of American Top Team Palm Beach Gardens in South Florida, Ultimate Fighter Alumn, 2nd degree BJJ Black Belt Ben Stark. Check out the episode and let us know what you think. Instagram Handles: @attpbg @coachbenstarkmma Thank you to …
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Accomplishing a Jiu-Jitsu purple belt is a challenging task for anyone. In this episode, I have interviewed Josh, who has recently been awarded a purple belt. Josh is a student in my Jiu-Jitsu Acceleration program and initially joined as a BJJ Blue Belt. When Josh started, he was struggling to find direction and was experiencing the Blue Belt Blues…
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In this conversation, Thomas discusses the importance of instructor preparation in Jiu-Jitsu classes. He emphasizes that instructors have a responsibility to benefit their students and that being prepared is crucial for students to make progress. Thomas also highlights the distinction between knowing Jiu-Jitsu and knowing how to teach it, emphasizi…
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How often do people not take advantage of opportunities because they are afraid? Michael Currier had an opportunity to break the cycle of poverty he grew up in and he was so afraid of failing he joined the army instead. On this Takeaway, Thomas and Gary discuss how fear of failure can limit one's progress and can keep people from doing the things t…
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Today is all about the preparation of food! I am a red seal chef in the culinary arts with over 15 years in professional kitchens, and this episode is all about helping you become a better cook. I share with you what I believe to be the 10 biggest tips to improve your culinary ability, my experiences in the industry, and why food is so special to t…
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Today we talk about the importance of being patient. If we are rushing the process we are more likely to make mistakes during technique and we could get frustrated with our journey. Want to further support this show? Consider joining our Patreon and YouTube Membership for early and exclusive content plus other perks! https://www.patreon.com/ElbowsT…
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Today’s guest was a nationally ranked gymnast but made a major shift in life which ended up putting him on the jiu-jitsu path. Mike Currier joins us to discuss overcoming the fear of failure, trusting your instincts, and how he has changed his entire life for his journey. Here is The RŌL Radio with gymnast, jiu-jitsu black belt under Michael Chapma…
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In this episode, Travis interviews Ollie Webb, a rising star in the jiu-jitsu scene. Ollie shares his background and how he got into jiu-jitsu after a career in music. He talks about his dedication to training and his competitive drive. They also discuss the future of jiu-jitsu and the potential for it to become a full-time career for more athletes…
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Brian Glick has been on the mats for over 25 years. He still believes there is a ton he has to learn and a lot he can accomplish after all his experience and his age. On this Takeaway, Thomas and Gary discuss how, with the right expectations a person can have a very long and fruitful jiu-jitsu journey. www.rolacademy.tv 30% discount with ROLRADIO c…
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In today's episode host Josh McKinney(@thejoshmckinney) does a deep dive on the most important thing when it comes to getting good at jiu jitsu. This episode could have more information on getting very good in a short period of time than any ISAJJ EVER!Get Duck Guard--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/isuckatjiujitsush…
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Injuries are going to happen in your BJJ journey. Some will be accidental, and others will be unsafe behavior or conditions. How you handle being injured or injuring others can affect your and your training partners' journey. Want to further support this show? Consider joining our Patreon and YouTube Membership for early and exclusive content plus …
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Today’s guest was never very active in sports and started jiu-jitus a little later than most. Many people would think a person like that might not succeed in a room with some of the biggest names in jiu-jitsu and future legends of MMA. Brian Glick joins us to discuss how a martial art can make a fundamental change in a person’s life, the physical a…
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We are Back!! First episode of 2024 I sat down with Tom Robinson. Tom decided to begin his Jiu Jitsu journey in his 50s and is now a 3 stripe white belt, and has fallen in love with the martial art. He trains regularly at Moreira's in Biddeford Maine while also dropping into numerous other gyms. Toms other passions are his family the ocean and hunt…
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Jason Rau is one of the best grapplers in the world. He joined me to talk about steroids in jiu jitsu, ADCC, Instagram fame, and running his own jiu jitsu school. You can follow Jason Rau on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/JasonRauBJJ89 You can watch the video version of every episode on YouTube Follow the show at: @That_JiuJitsu_Podcast Follo…
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We asked Paulo Guillobel what he still loves about jiu-jitsu after 35 years on the mats. One of his answers is that jiu-jitsu acts as a destresser. On this Takeaway, Thomas and Gary discuss how jiu-jitus can help with the stress of day-to-day life and how something such as reorganizing our priorities can help lead to a less stressful life. www.rola…
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in today's episode Host Josh McKinney sits down with his coach of 15 years Kyle Watson and Kyle's First Black belt, Steve McKinney.The trio tries to get to the bottom of what separates the great, good, and bad coaches.ask us anything: https://www.simplifyingjiujitsu.com/ask--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/isuckatjiu…
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From battling with self-doubt to finding inspiration in the daily struggles, we explore the multifaceted impact of Jiu-Jitsu and life on and off the mat. Life outside of Jiu-Jitsu can affect our performance on the mat. Factors such as sleep, nutrition, and mental well-being play a crucial role in how we show up and our ability to engage effectively…
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In this episode I dive deep into the crucial aspects that white belts in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu need to focus on for success on the mats. Whether you're just starting your BJJ journey or looking to refine your skills, this guide offers valuable insights and tips. Join us as we explore the key elements that can elevate your game and help you progress i…
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Today’s guest is a 6th-degree black belt and is one of the most respected instructors and academy owners in southern California. Paulo Guillobel joins us to discuss what he still loves about jiu-jitsu after over 35 years on the mats, his decision to move from Brazil to the United States, how the mats are a great equalizer, and a ton more. Here is T…
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Katie, Jenn, and Mallory discuss Mal’s recent competition, Jenn’s train-cation to Costa Rica with Hero Academy and Katie’s return to the mats. Then they get into their In’s and Out’s + Goals for the year 2024. We want to hear your In’s/Out’s + Goals for 2024, so drop us a line at jiujitsuishard@gmail.com or DM us on Instagram @jiujitsuishard…
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The conversation covers topics such as the nervousness before a podcast interview, the importance of researching guests, asking open-ended questions, Tim Ferriss' approach to pre-interviews, the impact of podcasting on views and perspectives, the perspective on steroid use in sports, the need for transparency in sports, the challenges of establishi…
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In this episode of the Beyond Jiu Jitsu Podcast, co-hosts Adam and Kieren talk about how Jiu Jitsu would fare in a gunfight. The conversation then takes a turn, in classic Beyond Jiu Jitsu fashion. Timestamps:0:00 "We" people0:33 Episode Feedback0:52 Responding to a troll3:22 Adam's Segway on Roger Gracie's Mount6:48 Guns vs. BJJ10:30 BJJ and Self-…
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What is the secret to getting really good at anything, including jiu-jitsu? Brandon Mccaghren says it is doing it all the time for a long time. On this takeaway, Thomas and Gary discuss how consistency over long periods is the recipe for success on and off the mats, and why it is so difficult for people to do things all the time for a long time. ww…
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Another wild Q&A with Black Belt, Josh McKinney!Ask us AnythingLearn more about Designated Winner: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2PIpSyKhOGye1lb7jgkfOo?si=JzIJ4Dh0Rh-W_3aDOXV1FQ--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/isuckatjiujitsushow/support
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Brandon Mccaghren is an Eddie Bravo Black Belt, the Owner and Head Coach at 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu Decatur, and a regular colour commentator for FloGrappling in various professional BJJ promotions. We discuss running a successful academy, teaching kids, upcoming matches, steroids, and more. Enjoy this chat with the man who created “I dominated Eddie…
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Today’s guest is an Eddie Bravo black belt and the first person to run a 10th Planet in the Southeastern United States. Brandon Mccaghren joins us to discuss how a New Year's Resolution started his jiu-jitsu career, how showing up all the time for a long time is the recipe for getting good, his unique relationship with Eddie Bravo, and more. Here i…
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Taking breaks in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is important for physical recovery, preventing burnout, reducing the risk of injury, and mental replenishment. It allows practitioners to reset mentally, reflect on their goals, and explore Jiu-Jitsu in different ways. While breaks may lead to skill regression, it is normal and should not discourage practitioner…
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Jiu Jitsu Dummies Podcast, presented by Black Belt Digital Marketing. This week we're joined by returning guest, Attorney, Black Belt Paul Geller along with Professor Rodrigo Mendes, owner of RMBJJ Academy in South Florida. Check out the episode and let us know what you think. Instagram Handle: @rmbjjacademy Thank you to Episode Sponsors: Black Bel…
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Summary The conversation explores the reasons behind different rule sets in tournaments and emphasizes the importance of understanding and adapting to these rule sets. It also discusses the differences between various martial arts and the challenges and benefits they bring. The key takeaway is that success in any scenario depends on understanding t…
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In this episode, Travis interviews Rob Cole, an experienced martial artist and Jiu Jitsu practitioner, about the ecological approach in martial arts training. They discuss Rob's background in various martial arts, the evolution of martial arts, and the role of ecological dynamics in Jiu Jitsu. They also explore the difference between positional spa…
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This is Episode 165 of the Beyond Jiu Jitsu Podcast "Wrestle-Ups for Non-Wrestlers" Timestamps:0:00 Unrelated Intro - The Prince Podcast6:00 What We've Been Working On7:30 Wrestle-Ups11:50 Why Adam Wanted to Work On Wrestle-Ups15:15 The Problem With Wrestle-Ups18:40 How To Improve Your Wrestle-Up (Adam's Key Points)1:01:40 Choi Bar Throw Back1:05:0…
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Who are the gatekeepers of jiu-jitsu and who gets to decide what is and is not part of the art? After a great conversation with Eddie Kone about new-school and old-school jiu-jitsu, Thomas and Gary discuss who is, and should be the gatekeepers of jiu-jitsu. www.rolacademy.tv 30% discount with ROLRADIO code at checkout. Over 1000 videos for your Jiu…
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Ever wonder about how people can get sponsored in BJJ? I brought on an expert to help us find out. Here's a fun interview with Adam Meredith, the owner of Imposed Will (@imposedwill). The goal of this interview was to discuss everything an athlete would need to get a sponsorship. We definitely dig deep into that topic but we also discuss enjoying t…
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BJJ Black Belt Sarah Chamberlain is the first instructor to be announced for Roll Model Grappling Camp 2024. Get to know Sarah as she talks with AJ, Jen, and Risser. We can’t wait to learn from her at camp this summer! (00:00) Episode Intro (01:18) Why Sarah Loves Warmups (05:15) Sarah’s Advice to her younger self when starting BJJ (14:03) The bene…
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Nick Koumalatsos is a world renowned men’s coach and mentor. He’s a husband, father, veteran advocate, former marine raider, and reconnaissance marine, founder of the Raider Project, Philanthropist, YouTuber, host of the Always Forward podcast. He’s the founder of the Agoge program, the Modern Day Knight, the Squire program, and more. In this episo…
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Stuart Cooper is a BJJ Black Belt, renowned videographer, competitor, and instructor. Born in England, he now resides in my hometown of Vancouver. We extensively discuss the stem cell treatment he received at the Cellular Performance Institute in Tijuana, Mexico. His experience at CPI gives hope to anyone who has sustained a major injury or is deal…
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Brian Glick is a 3rd degree Black Belt under John Danaher, the owner and head instructor of Brooklyn BJJ, and a world-renowned grappling coach. Brian cut his teeth in the legendary blue basement at Renzo Gracie New York and has trained with some of the best MMA fighters and grapplers in the world. We discuss takedowns for BJJ applications, safe tra…
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Today’s guest has the distinction of being Royler Gracie’s first European black belt and is now a fourth-degree black belt under the Jiu-Jitsu Global Federation. Eddie Kone joins us to discuss why old school is the best school, his appreciation for today’s professional jiu-jitsu athletes, who the gatekeepers of jiu-jitsu are, and why after becoming…
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Welcome to the first episode of White Belt Wednesdays. The goal or this podcast is to give tips and tricks in 10-15 minute episodes to help new practitioners in their BJJ journey. Today we are covering the 5 A's for BJJ White Belts. This idea came from an Instagram post I made last year and wanted to do a deeper dive on the subject. Please consider…
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