Dec 21

Debate on What Defines an Advanced Technique

Recently, on the site’s Facebook page, I had the opportunity to have a philosophical debate with Josh Vogel about Jiu-jitsu. It started in response to a post about curriculums, and the topic focused on how basic and advanced techniques are defined and if such a dividing line exists at all. With Josh’s consent, I’ve included …

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Dec 15

Structuring a Curriculum for Competitors Versus the General Public

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Right now, I’m working on a large project, and some of my teammates are assisting by sending me any random jiu-jitsu questions that they can think of. This post was inspired by one of those questions because I received one that just didn’t fit my project at all, but it was fascinating on its own …

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Nov 02

I Don’t Consider This a Radical Change in Focus

Updated: November 4, 2013 Several days ago, I had an idea. It was simple yet fascinating, and when I mulled it over, it just kept making more and more sense. That’s why I decided to share it, but something went wrong when I sat down to write it out. Yeah, everything started out great, and …

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Sep 08

The Frank Cucci Seminar at Evolve Academy

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Recently, my gym expanded to a new location, and one of the events to celebrate the occasion was a seminar by Frank Cucci. He came up to support my coach, Mike Moses, because they have a long history. He’s also one of Mike’s original instructors. I want share with you a lesson I learned from …

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Sep 01

It’s Not That Hard to Do The Right Thing

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At my job, I had an opportunity to speak to the owner of the company, and the best thing I took away from that conversation was a philosophy. I’ll share it with you because it’s quite simple, and I understood right away why the company made an effort to instill it at the cultural level. …

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