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

This week we have a topic episode about recovering from an injury. We cover multiple articles from a variety of sports to help get you back on the mat better and faster.

We talk about:

  • Doing physical therapy
  • Taking things one day at a time
  • Pain science
  • Changing your game
  • Mental effects of being injured
  • Finding a good doctor
  • Staying positive
  • Getting back stronger
  • Having a good diet

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Quote of the week: “All you need to paint is a few tools, a little instruction, and a vision in your mind.” Bob Ross

Question of the week: What is the favorite thing you learned this year in bjj?

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Direct download: Epi2033320Bounce20Back20After20An20Injury.mp3
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Maine Miller is a purple belt in BJJ and host the Grappling Rewind Podcast. Grappling Rewind is a podcast that focuses on covering competitive Jiu-Jitsu from week to week. This episode Maine does a recap of 2019 Jiu-Jitsu.

We talk about:

  • Starting the Grappling Rewind podcast
  • What events the Grappling Rewind covers
  • Some highlight of ADCC 2019
  • Spyder Invitational 2019
  • Super fights in 2019
  • How the rules will change the fights
  • Building BJJ in the future
  • How good commentary helps grow BJJ

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Quote of the week: “Talent is a pursued interest. Anything that you’re willing to practice, you can do.” Bob Ross

 

Article of the week: https://www.mybluprint.com/article/acrylic-painting-techniques-all-beginners-should-try

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Direct download: Epi2033220Maine20Miller20from20Grappling20Rewind.mp3
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This week we have an interview with Torrie O’neil founder of The Mighty Dames. The Mighty Dames is a community of women grapplers classified as heavy weight (over 160lbs)

We talk about:

  • Her start with BJJ
  • Her style of jiu-jitsu
  • Starting The Mighty Dames
  • Having a game that matches your body type
  • Her struggles with starting BJJ
  • Helping new students with support
  • Helping girls get good fitting gis
  • Training gi and no-gi
  • What to expect at a tournament
  • How to treat training partners

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Quote of the week: “You can’t change the people around you but, you can change the people around you.”

Article of the week: Jiu-jitsu and Vedanta: Four Yogic Paths to Mastery

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Direct download: Epi2033120The20Mighty20Dames20with20Torrie20O27neil.mp3
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This week we talk about different training situations you might find yourself in and how to get the most of them.

  • Training while injured
  • Training for a tournament
  • Getting the most out of a tight schedule
  • Training when you are the best student in class
  • Training when you are the worst student in class
  • Training when you are on the road
  • Training with Joe

Links:

Quote of the week: “Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths. When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength.” – Arnold Schwarzenegger

Article of the week: http://www.eatingwell.com/article/32715/9-simple-ways-to-be-a-better-cook/

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Direct download: Epi2033020Training20for20Situations.mp3
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This week we have 11 time BJJ World Champion Buchecha on the show. We cover a wide range of topics from struggling with competitions as a kid to gi and no-gi training.

We talk about:

  • Training in seasons of gi and no-gi
  • His preference for training in the gi
  • Adapting his game to work in both gi and no-gi
  • Doing BJJ as a kid
  • His training schedule
  • Focusing on one or two tournaments a year
  • His thought process for deciding if he will compete
  • Developing the folding pass after an injury
  • His new folding pass instructional with BJJ Fanatics
  • Not winning a match for his first eight tournaments
  • Winning double gold for the first time in 2012
  • Getting the nickname Buchecha

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Quote of the week: "I've seen kids who tie their self-worth to wins and losses and that's a scary place to be. Kids need to know that they're human beings first and the love they receive from family is not based off their performance in athletics." Ben Askren

Article of the week: Improve Your Speed

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Direct download: Epi2032920Marcus20Buchecha20Almeida.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:00am CST

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