4 Ways to be a Better Teammate

We need other people on the team to step up, and these are things you can do without being asked or deputized.
Marshal Carper
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Preventing Groin Pain During Armbars

Are you having trouble "placing" the armbar when you go for the finish? If you're experiencing groin pain with this submission, here's how to fix it.
Nelson Puentes
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Maintaining Knee on Belly

A Redditor was having trouble with maintaining knee on belly, so we shot a video response for White Belt Wednesday. Check it out!
Nelson Puentes
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Are you “on tilt” when you compete?

"On tilt" is the idea is that if you make a mistake or hit a stroke of bad luck, it can disrupt you mentally.
Marshal Carper
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Are you “on tilt” when you compete?

"On tilt" is the idea is that if you make a mistake or hit a stroke of bad luck, it can disrupt you mentally.
Marshal Carper
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Promotions and Broken Gym Math

For as joyous of an occasion a promotion should be, many of us can walk away from one with mixed emotions. 
Marshal Carper
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Survival Guide: Rolling with the Brand New Student

What's the best approach to rolling with new students? Marshal shares his experience.
Marshal Carper
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Reload at last checkpoint

What is the key to learning from your jiu-jitsu mistakes? Think like a video game and learn to reload your last save in the most productive way possible.
Marshal Carper
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The Danger of Gurus

How much should you trust the advice of your instructor? In his new article, Marshal writes about the temptation to guru-fy jiu-jitsu coaches and how to stay grounded.
Marshal Carper
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Embracing the Crazy Jiu-Jitsu Professor Lifestyle

In his newest blog, Marshal talks about how every long-time jiu-jiteiro is doomed to face crazy professor syndrome.
Marshal Carper
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A note to our fans (about big changes)

A note to our fans (about big changes)
We just rebooted our inventory and made a bunch of behind the scenes changes to make things better for Panda Nation.
Nelson Puentes
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Big Panda Swinging

I started my BJJ career at 190 pounds, and I put weight on over the years, moving from middle heavy, to heavy, to super heavy, and now back down to middle heavy. I have always been on the big side of the room when it ...
Nelson Puentes
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