It’s not about the size of the dog in the fight #101

To many of us who practice Jiu Jitsu, we were drawn to it by the “gateway” known as the UFC. One fighter I could never turn away from was Chuck Lidell. Chuck was a long rangy wrestler with a heavy sprawl, one punch knockout power and a bit of a gut. He also fought withContinue reading “It’s not about the size of the dog in the fight #101”

Become strong like YOU!

Someone asked me recently if I would do a blog post on how to be strong like “me”. I’ll spare you from a post about what I think could help you become stronger “like me”, instead we’ll discuss how to be stronger “like you” and I’ll tell you what I mean by that. For starters,Continue reading “Become strong like YOU!”

Daily blog #86

Black Belt Doubt for the White Belt – Many of us have someone we look to for advice or strength, it could be a family member, a teacher or a mentor. What’s important to know is that they often wrestle with the same struggles we do. For example, it may appear to my students thatContinue reading “Daily blog #86”

White Belt Problems – Asking Too Many Questions…

Are you that white belt who asks too many questions? Because you’ll be glad to find that there is no such thing! Questioning the class material is a sign of interest, curiosity and that the student is really trying to understand the information. Though not always the case, many people, especially beginner students (the newContinue reading “White Belt Problems – Asking Too Many Questions…”