If You Didn’t Know, Now You Know: New EBI Champ Jon...

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In an event that felt like deja-vu to those who followed Gordon Ryan's sudden rise to fame, Renzo Gracie standout Jonathan Calestine has gone...

Podcast: Surviving Illness through Strength Training and Martial Arts

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I recently had the opportunity to produce a guest podcast for Jiu-Jitsu Times. I interviewed Steve Tuttle, the head Strength and Conditioning coach of...

Teenage Purple Belt Phenom & F2W 126 Athlete Jessa Khan: “Competing...

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Jessa Khan is the definition of a rising star. The young jiu-jitsu athlete isn't even eighteen yet, and she's still got a ways to...

Is It Ok For Beginners To Start Training No-Gi Only?

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I posed this question on the excellent www.mma.tv BJJ Forum to instructors: The complete question : "How do you feel about complete beginners wanting to...

Ricardo Liborio On Judo At The Rio Olympics

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Professor Ricardo Liborio of American Top Team was recently watching judo at this year's Olympics in Rio. The Jiu-Jitsu Times recently caught up with the...

Quentin Pablo Rozensweig Discusses His Path To Becoming The Onnit Invitational...

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If you follow competitive grappling, specifically sub-only cash prize competitions, you’ve heard the name Quentin Pablo Rozensweig.  The Atlanta-based black belt has been on...

ADCC & EBI Veteran Lachlan Giles Is Poised To Bring Australian...

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If the existence of Craig Jones has suddenly made Australia jump up a few spots on your travel bucket list, Lachlan Giles should put...

Jiu Jitsu Times EXCLUSIVE Interview: Mike Dytri of Ludwig Van and...

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Jiu-jitsu has become a culture in and of itself, and this has resulted in some interesting phenomena, including the rise of people who contribute...

BJJ Black Belt Helps People With Intellectual Disabilities Learn Brazil’s Soft...

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Kristen Davidson is a Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt, and she is using her skills on the mat for a truly noble cause. Professor Davidson is...

Autism Isn’t Stopping This Miniature Beast From Conquering The Mats

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Tyler Metcalf has autism, but that hasn't stopped him from dominating the kids' jiu-jitsu scene. "Little Caio" as his teammates and coaches call him, has...