Why Kids Should Do Jiu Jitsu Before Any Other SportKelly Slater talks with Dave Nagel about why kids should do Brazilian Jiu Jitsu before any other sport.
Jonah Hill is moving past his high school insecurities.The 35-year-old actor remembers getting beat up in high school by bullies who trained in Jiu Jitsu, and is now tackling the sport himself.“In high school the dudes who did Jiu Jitsu used to beat the s— out of us at parties so it turned me off to it
Ben Harrison studied martial arts most of his life. But it wasn’t until he tried Brazilian Jiu Jitsu that he found his passion. Call it an “a-ha” moment in his life. “It’s therapeutic for everyone,” Harrison said. “If everyone in the world did Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, we wouldn’t have any problems.” The Loudon native joined the
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People are always looking for the next, new health trend. From diets to workout routines, people that are aware of their health and are willing to participate in an active lifestyle to achieve their health goals will try anything that makes sense. For the most part, anything that achieves an elevated heart rate and causes
(The following is a curated article from jiujitsutimes.com written by Acacia Parks Mo.) I love jiu-jitsu and believe that anyone would benefit from learning it. However, I am not the world’s loudest BJJ evangelist. If I meet someone who I specifically think would like it, I’ll suggest it, but I’m not going around preaching the gospel