Thursday, 23 April 2015

Last night's class

Once again, another highly enjoyable class last night, numbers up again, quite a few missing from last night.  Soon be hitting double figures :)

Lots of specifics last night, working up a good sweat, getting the lads ready for the Intterclub in a few weeks.

Keep up the hard word guys!

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Wednesday, 22 April 2015

Move of the week - Keenan Cornelius!

Check out this cool video on a high percentage finish from mount :)

 

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

Onward and upward!

Another great class last night, getting ready for the Interclub and another new starter!

 

Monday, 20 April 2015

Martial Arts Guardian - Issue 2 out now!

Issue number two of the Martial Arts Guardian multimedia magazine is out now!

This magazine is the brainchild of Russell Jarmesty, Steve Rowe, Scott Caldwell and Simon Keegan.

http://www.flipsnack.com/MartialArtsGuardian/mag-issue-2-april-2015.html 

Sunday, 19 April 2015

Old school Judo Ne Waza!

I really enjoy watching these old videos of the Judo masters from the bygone days; just shows you that the moves we practice today, have been around for generations.  See if any of these moves look familiar :)


 

Ne Waza demonstration by Chu Kawakami, 9th Dan, one of Jigoro Kano's original students...If Judo hadn't become an Olympic sport and hadn't gone through massive rule changes so that it would have a better appeal to the mass market, would we even have Brazilian Jiu Jitsu today?! It's incredible how rule changes in one martial art gave prominence to its cousin...

Posted by Martial Artist on Monday, 23 March 2015

Saturday, 18 April 2015

Ice hockey Jiu Jitsu!

Great video from BJEE.com website, where an ice hockey player pulls guard in a mass brawl on the ice.

http://www.bjjee.com/videos/ice-hockey-player-pulls-guard-during-epic-line-brawl/ 

 

When in doubt, get the Gaffer tape out!

Monday night at training, I split an old scar and split some new skin as  an added bonus; the scar is under my right big toe and is in the worst spot available, as the healing takes a long time to occur, as the scar keeps re splitting each time I get on the mats.

My usual saviour is sports tape and lo and behold, I'd run out of tape on Monday!

So, what is one to do when faced with a scar splitting incident?

Simple answer - get the Gaffer tape out!


As you can see from the photo, the area was duly covered, teaching resumed on Wednesday evening and all was well again in the world.

Don't let a pesky split scar keep you off the mats; when the chips are down, use your head and think outside the box.

Gaffer tape is your friend.