Interview with Cicero Costha’s Newest Brown Belt Mitch Macdonald

Interview with Cicero Costha’s Newest Brown Belt Mitch Macdonald

Very few people have what it takes to pack up and leave everything to follow their dreams. New Brunswick born Mitch Macdonald is a person who has worked minimum wage jobs and sacrificed his time away from friends, family and ultimately home just to travel while pursuing the best brazilian jiu jitsu instruction. From New Brunswick to Brazil to Montreal to California, back to New York.You get the hint. Mitch has been everywhere and has…

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Datsusara Gear Bag Core Review

Datsusara Gear Bag Core Review

Product Review : Datsusara Gear Bag Core Here at BJJ Canada, one of our goals is to introduce products to the BJJ community that will help their game on and off the mats. One company that gears their products to benefit the community is Portland Oregon’s Datsusara. Founded in 2007 by Christopher Odell, Datusara primary reason for starting the company was to produce high quality gear made with keeping in mind the environment as Datsusaras…

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Unity Jiu-Jitsu: Credit BJJ Hacks in NYC

Unity Jiu-Jitsu: Credit BJJ Hacks in NYC

Unity runs a top-notch Jiu Jitsu academy in the heart of midtown in New York City. All of ther instructors are still actively and successfully competing at the highest levels of the sport. Their dream and goal is for Unity Jiu Jitsu to be a school where, male or female, a serious student training only at our academy can become a World Champion; where a student in their early teens can come and experience all…

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Interview with Robert “Cyborg” Abreu

Interview with Robert “Cyborg” Abreu

We came across this interview with ADCC Absolute champion 2013, Robert “Cyborg” Abreu by BJJ Scandinavia on December 6th, 2014 in Oslo, Norway. Its great to watch past interviews and see how what they say transitions into the present day. Cyborg talked about his goals, ADCC 2015, Metamoris and the values of Jiu Jiutsu. The interview is full of knowledge and insight on what a true champion and Representative for the sport really is Credit:…

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Ryan Hall Interview

Ryan Hall Interview

This is a great interview from MMA Frettir featuring one of my new favorite MMA/BJJ athletes, Ryan Hall. Ryan is making a name for himself in the MMA game as a dangerous submission competitor. Hall is changing his focus from BJJ to MMA, demonstrating the true effectiveness of Jiu Jitsu in MMA. Ryan Hall trained with Gunnar Nelson when he visited Iceland earlier this year. This two part interview talks about having difficulty getting people…

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SPOTLIGHT: BJJ HQ- Daily deals on Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu gear and accessories.

SPOTLIGHT: BJJ HQ- Daily deals on Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu gear and accessories.

I’ve been a huge fan of this site since its launch and have purchased a number of items from this site. My experience from BJJHQ has been great each and everytime. Their shipping has been fast, quicker then expected time. Prices on point, even with the exchange rate. And the customer service is instant and extremely helpful. The only down side I could honestly point out is when a really good product comes up, you…

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Origin

Origin

A truly impressive company out of the Maine, USA. In the North Woods of Maine, there lies a small town of 770 people. Nestled in the foothills of this town is an action sports company, rooted firmly in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Separated from outside influence, this progressive-minded brand has reinvented the Jiu-Jitsu kimono. Through this process, they have re-discovered their heritage in manufacturing. This trailer takes a quick look inside the process, and people behind the…

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Book Review – Training for Competition By David Meyer

Book Review – Training for Competition By David Meyer

Training for Competition Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Submission Grappling by David Meyer was first published in 2008. The book contains instructions, tips, and experiences that you can use to become a better competition fighter. David Meyer provides what seems to be a lifetime of useful information. In 1992, David Meyer joined the BJJ martial art. By 1997, under Rigan and Jean Jacques Machado, David Meyer became one of the first Americans to reach black belt…

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