For a few months now, my son has been going to class every Thursday’s and Saturday’s. Within a few months, he received his third and fourth stripe pretty quickly, but this time it was something more special. At the end … Continue reading Getting his Grey/White belt
Last Thursday, during drills our BJJ Instructor was doing an assessment on people’s belts. He’s checking, who’s due for an advancement. Being told to test for third stripe. While the class drilled, the instructor walked around and watched everyone’s performance, … Continue reading The pressure.
There are soccer Mom’s, then there are Jiu Jitsu dads. – Love – Hate experience Continue reading Carpool
My son has been sleeping late during summer break, playing video games and watching YouTube shows. This is his look when I wake him up for Saturday’s kids Jiu Jitsu class! He makes me laugh every time. Thus, the reason, … Continue reading Saturday kids BJJ class
I had my daughter help my son with a few drills, but turns out she learns just as fast as he does. My son practiced the scissor sweep and the upa escape. To see if he’s doing the moves correctly, … Continue reading Father and Son…and Daughter BJJ!!
This is the second video created for Father and Son BJJ. this video contains image of how much he fun he has during his classes, but still excels at getting better each time. Continue reading Father and Son BJJ ep.2
Congratulations to my little Ninja for earning his fourth stripe in Jiu Jitsu today. We couldn’t be more proud of his accomplish, dedication, and hard work. Jiu Jitsu is basic training for life. We are training not to learn how … Continue reading Congrats on earning his 4th stripe
Before heading to BJJ class, I do little warm ups in my basement using my weights and stationary exercise bike and blast some music for motivation to workout. As I do my workouts my son likes to go downstairs and … Continue reading When they want to be just like you.
Kimura is a move named after Masahiko Kimura, a Judoka and professional Wrestler who defeated Helio Gracie, with this lock back in 1951. It’s a move that isolates the shoulder and elbow while using double wrist lock, it allows you … Continue reading Working the Kimura
“To be champion all you have to do is train. But first, one must be a good person. Be a friend at the academy, learn to help. To be good at Jiu-Jitsu it’s all about believing and training, there isn’t … Continue reading To be a champion