Not everything will go your way. Sometimes there's nothing to do but accept this, move on, and try again, no matter what. So never mind getting choked. Enjoy jiu jitsu, stay on the mats, and learn for life.
The Spark Program is Higher Jiu Jitsu’s way of providing the life skills of jiu jitsu to the underprivileged kids of our community.
Why do we regularly discuss jiu jitsu from a standpoint of violence? It’s known as the gentle art for a reason, and you like it because you don’t need to get hurt while doing it.
It’s been an amazing year. We’ve worked hard, and we’ve achieved lots. Before we embark on a new one, it’s time to reflect and be grateful for the good times that have happened in 2018.
Entertainment business aside, the Notorious Conor McGregor talks the talk and he walks the walk. And he can teach us many things about the mats and how to be better at anything you choose.
If you want to keep improving in jiu jitsu, look at your strengths but look more at your shortfalls. This is the path to getting better on the mats, and off.
How can you train to ensure you learn, you stay safe, and you have fun, all at the same time? The answer is right in here.
I'd heard of his name before, but I'd never experienced his jiu jitsu firsthand. Then I went to my first ever Pedro Sauer seminar. Life will never be the same.
To the students of jiu jitsu who are regularly told to relax, and take it easy. No we don't blame you. We understand, and we're here to help.
Einstein said the only source of knowledge is experience.
This is a picture of triumph.
It is also a picture of pain.
This moment served as a pivotal course of action. Every moment can.
You can only control yourself. How do you respond?