See how failure in life and Jiu-Jitsu can be a catalyst for reaching a new understanding of the things you care about. This is my experience.
If you have the desire compete in a Jiu-Jitsu tournament, this article is for you. We came up with 4 things that can help you ahead of your first competition.
An exclusive interview with the founder of the Austrian alliance for child protection, Roberto d’Atri. We also introduce our new MTG athlete!
As the days pass after having returned home from what I perceived to be a beautifully challenging experience, I struggle to compress all the wisdom and all the impressions I was exposed to into this single blogpost. From the very first training, where Professor Marco Canha stressed the importance of always staying positive in a fight, to Ffion Davies‘ joyful and clinical approach to the sport, to Leo Vieira’s incredible attention to details, to Romulo Barral’s unfiltered and infectious energy, to Felipe Pena’s stoic patience and uncomplicated style of teaching. You could fill entire books with the knowledge that these guys have.
By now you’ve probably heard claims that Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu will change your life once you start training. To be honest, I’ve never met a practitioner, who didn’t think BJJ has had a huge positive impact on their life. Here at MTG, we love Jiu-Jitsu and that’s why we want to keep sharing our insights and experiences through this blog. In this article we focus on 5 ways BJJ will change your life for the better. Here we go!
Your decision to start training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu deserves congratulations from all of us here at MTG. However, congratulations alone will not prepare you for what´s ahead. As with any new venture, you are probably excited, nervous and have tons of questions. That´s why we came up with a list of 11 tips to help you get through the initial stages of your training. Here. We. Go!