Finger, Wrist, and Elbow Self-Care for Grip Fighters and Keyboard Warriors

They tell me jiu-jitsu is the gentle art, but the jiu-jiteiros I talk to are always complaining about something hurting. Perhaps the most common problems are grip-related issues, like jammed fingers, pinchy wrists, an...
Matt Kirtley
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When Your Wife Asks You to Quit BJJ

What happened when Marshal’s wife asked him to quit jiu-jitsu? Quite the story.
Marshal Carper
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What to Do When Your Progress Stalls Out

As you advance in your study of jiu-jitsu, you can expect to hit a slump in those middle belts. Life as a white belt is tough in many ways, since you’re on the receiving end of so many beatings, but the path forward i...
Matt Kirtley
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A Guide to Opponent Analysis

How do you analyze an opponent’s game as you enter fight camp? Marshal breaks down his process (with a real-life example) in this post.
Marshal Carper
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Meet the Pandas – Weaponized Nerdjitsu – Jonathan Thomas

Jon Thomas blew up the internet with his highly detailed and expertly explained BJJ instructionals, and he has been on a tear in the competition circuit lately. Now we're proud to call this mathematical-engineer-turne...
Daniel Bertina
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The Panda Workweek

The other day someone asked me what I did before Inverted Gear. This caught me by surprise, it’s been a while since I thought about the time before all my energy was devoted to selling uniforms with a silly upside-dow...
Nelson Puentes
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Where to Begin Your Mobility Training?

When starting a mobility program, you can quickly get overwhelmed figuring out where to start and what to do. No ready-made routine will work for everyone, but we can lay out what goals are common to almost everyone, ...
Matt Kirtley
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Tips for a Kickass Comeback

Time off the mats does not need to be time wasted. Nelson tells the story of how a few surprises (like the early arrival of his son) took him out of training for 3 months, but he found a way to make the most of it. G...
Nelson Puentes
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Catching the Snitch Hidden in Crystal Lake

In his new blog post, Marshal talks about how a technique you learned five years ago can suddenly become relevant today.
Marshal Carper
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What to Do When Someone Passes Out

With summer heating up and us all playing a sport where we try to choke each other unconscious for fun, it makes sense to know how to make sure our training partners are OK when they pass out. Matt wrote this guide t...
Matt Kirtley
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Give It a Try, They Said. It’ll Be Fun, They Said: How Learning Jiu-Jitsu Is Like Learning a Language

In her latest article, Val explores insights from language-learning that might help your BJJ.
Valerie Worthington
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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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