My Gym Flooded

Not even a year after Marshal takes over a BJJ program, the gym floods. What does that mean for the gym community and the future?
Marshal Carper
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Ending Referee's Decisions: It's Time for the IBJJF Rules to Change

No one is happy when the outcome of a close match is left up to a referee's decision. How can the IBJJF update its rules to give us clear winners? Nelson shares his recommendations in his latest blog post.
Nelson Puentes
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The Transtheoretical Model of Change

Don’t be intimidated by Val’s latest blog. In addition to her real PhD, she has an unofficial PhD in making deep insights accessible to jiu-jiteiros.
Valerie Worthington
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Doh! How Mistakes Define Your Jiu-Jitsu

In the latest blog post, Matt lays out how you can gauge your progress through BJJ based on one key factor: MISTAKES. Give it a ready today!
Matt Kirtley
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Controlling the Triangle Position

How do you actually control people in the triangle? This White Belt Wednesday video breaks down some key principles.
Nelson Puentes
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5 Lessons and 11 Years of Jiu-Jitsu Writing Later

What do you learn from more than a decade of working behind the scenes in BJJ? Marshal has a top five.
Marshal Carper
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Sponsorship Opportunity – Cincinnati, St. Louis, Oklahoma City

We are looking for the best grapplers you’ve never heard of in Cincinnati, St. Louis, and Oklahoma City. Purple belt and up, do you know a good candidate? Learn more!
Nelson Puentes
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How to Refuse a Dance Partner

Val Worthington’s Ask a Panda series is back! In this installment: How do you decline someone’s request to roll?
Valerie Worthington
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Starting a Daily Mobility Practice: Controlled Articular Rotations [Part 3]

You can start improving the joint mobility today without any special gizmos or crazy poses. In his latest blog post, Matt breaks down Controlled Articular Rotations and why you should be doing them every damn day.
Matt Kirtley
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The Head-Outside Single Leg Takedown

The head-outside single leg takedown is typically not recommended for jiu-jitsu competitors because of the likelihood that you end up in guillotine territory. If you do shoot a head-outside single, here are some tips...
Nelson Puentes
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Grape by Grape

As a rambunctious kid running around the family farm in Chile, little Nelson learned a lesson about patience from his grandfather that's just as true today. Read the story in the latest blog post today.
Nelson Puentes
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A Jiu-Jiteiro Amongst Mixed Martial Artists

A few months ago, Marshal picked up a head instructor role at an MMA gym in Pittsburgh. How has training a mix of fighters and sport jiu-jiteiros influenced his teaching style?
Marshal Carper
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