BjjBrick Podcast- BJJ, no-gi and good times!

Some stuff in BJJ you need to know, while other things fit into the good to know category. This week we have a fun and informative discussion about how things fit into these categories.

We talk about:

  • What you need to know during your first month of BJJ
  • Some off the mat things you need to know about BJJ
  • Being safe on the mats
  • Offence vs defense
  • controlling someone from mount
  • Escapes from positions vs submissions

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Quote of the week: "Ask five economists and you'll get five different answers - six if one went to Harvard." Edgar Fiedler. Whe change this quote to "ask five black belts and get five different answers."

Article of the week: Three Rules for Rolling

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This week we have an interview with third degree black belt Stephen Whittier. Stephen is well known for his website 40 Plus BJJ, he is dictated toward helping people stay or get on the mat as they get older.

We talk about:

  • How he began to help the 40+ Grappler
  • The difference in training for the older grappler
  • Struggles the older grappler experences
  • Starting BJJ in your 40s
  • Beginners avoiding sparing
  • Teaching a seminar that helps everyone there get better
  • Not all time on the mat is equal for your development
  • Advice for students avoiding unproductive or dangerous rolling
  • The differences between basics and fundamentals

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Quote of the week: "it is easier to prevent bad habits than to break them" Benjamin Franklin

Article of the week: Applying a Growth Mindset to Jiu-Jitsu

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This week we have an interview with  Australian Black Belt competitor Lachlan Giles. We have a great conversation and learn about some of his training methods that set him and his team Absolute MMA apart from others.

We talk about:

  • His start to young start to martial arts and eventually BJJ
  • Changing from a hobbyist to an elite competitor
  • Getting his PhD in 2016 and training BJJ
  • Playing a gi or no-gi game
  • Helping people find their own style
  • Using videos to better your BJJ training
  • Off the mat training

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Quote of the week: "A penny saved is a penny earned"

Article of the week:  Purple Belt - The hardest belt in BJJ

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This week we have an interview with Michael Hunter. Michael has started a new BJJ series called "The Eternal Cup Series Pro Jiu Jitsu Tour". This tournament will give substantial cash prizes to the winners, with hopes of helping them reach their goals.

We talk about:

  • The business side of starting a BJJ school
  • How The Eternal Cup is different than other BJJ trounaments
  • Everyone who places gets prize money
  • Kids getting scholarship money for placing
  • How much money will be available to win
  • Equal pay for male and female athleats

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Quote of the week: "If you can't describe what you are doing as a process, you don't know what you're doing." W. Edwards Deming

Article of the week: Your First Competition

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This is our second BjjBrick Extra episode. This week we look at a few techniques highlighted by some of Joe's teammates.

Jose Lopez

  • Why he puts so much value in helping newer students
  • The head and arm choke
  • Setting up the head and arm choke from top half guard
  • Drilling vs live training
  • Follow Jose at Jose Lopez Instagram

Peygan Lafont

  • Triangle choke from guard
  • Doing BJJ as a smaller white belt
  • Tips for setting up the triangle choke
  • Tips for getting out of a triangle choke
  • Follow Peygan at Peygan Lafont Instagram

Shane Dupre

  • His introduction to BJJ
  • Some details to the loop choke
  • Training at two schools
  • Follow Shane at Shane Dupre Instagram

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