March Catch-Up Part 2

Whilst I love writing articles for my readers sometimes other people say things just a little bit better than me! Or at least are better placed to say them! So here’s my round-up of the blog, stories and articles you might have missed of the last couple of weeks or I just think you might find useful!

10 Tips for Longevity in BJJ – Princeton BJJ – Another great article this time on longevity and keeping yourself on the matt

Rounding Your BJJ Game – Breaking Grips – An article that is pretty much what it says on the tin – considering how you might be able to round game.

Angle and Position Before Execution – Holistic Budo – We’ve all heard of position before submission in BJJ and this article looks at it from another angle (no pun intended!)

BJJ / Grappling Tips: Writing a training diary – The Part Time Grappler – A great little article on writing a training diary and how you can use it in your training.

BJJ Globetrotting
Fighting Away from Home – Travel Tip for the Jiujiteiro – Jiu-Jitsu Magazine – An article with some basic travel trip for grapplers

Training in Los Angeles – Yoshi BJJ Journal – Another bloggers experience of training in LA.

Gear Reviews
Pakari Manguu Gi Review – Gi – A review from this relatively new brand and gi company.

Morpheus Recover System – Eat. Train. Lift. – A review of the Morpheus Application and System (an application developed for the purpose of optimizing training and recovery.)

Technical Takeaway
Last weekend saw Polaris take place in London so this week’s technical takeaway features on the of the main event – Jake Shields sharing some tips and techniques on the guillotine.


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