Archive for May, 2014

31 May 2014

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  • 7 Psychological Effects That Explain Your Jiu Jitsu Problems

    This Article comes from Nuclearchainsaw » Jiu Jitsu and Judo
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    “I don’t feel I’m worthy of the next belt” “I’m in a slump” “I can’t win any tournaments” Guess what? You’re not special, you suffer from being normal.  It’s human nature to question things and go through trials of getting


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    28 May 2014

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  • 10 Devastating Judo Throws

    This Article comes from Nuclearchainsaw » Jiu Jitsu and Judo
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      Judo, or the “gentle way” is a martial art based on leverage and off-centering your opponent’s balance in order to perform a takedown and submit them. A form of Judo was used by the Samurai with the theory being


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    28 May 2014

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  • Beginner Tips To Help Your Kimura

    This Article comes from Nuclearchainsaw » Jiu Jitsu and Judo
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    The kimura (reverse ude-garame) is one of those techniques that everyone loves to learn. It’s just that the UFC has given the impression that you just jerk someone’s arm up-and-back until they tap…do that and you won’t be winning very


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    8 May 2014

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  • Champions Find a Way: How to Become a Champion in Sport and in Life

    This Article comes from Ruiz Combat Grappling – Blog
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    I’ve recently finished my first book titled, Champions Find a Way: How to Become a Champion in Sport and in Life. It is a quick read jammed pack with great information on how you can achieve  your goals in sport and life. I show you principles and techniques that I’ve used personally to become a champion. These principles have also helped my athletes have great success. Roy Nash, 7 x national champion and world team member. Brayden Nuffer, utah junior national team member. Dalton Mortensen, High School All American. These guys have all been able to get these strategies and now I’m passing on the opportunity to you. Check it out! 

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    8 May 2014

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  • Champions Find a Way: How to Become a Champion in Sport and in Life

    This Article comes from Ruiz Combat Grappling – Blog
    To see the full original article click here


    I’ve recently finished my first book titled, Champions Find a Way: How to Become a Champion in Sport and in Life. It is a quick read jammed pack with great information on how you can achieve  your goals in sport and life. I show you principles and techniques that I’ve used personally to become a champion. These principles have also helped my athletes have great success. Roy Nash, 7 x national champion and world team member. Brayden Nuffer, utah junior national team member. Dalton Mortensen, High School All American. These guys have all been able to get these strategies and now I’m passing on the opportunity to you. Check it out! 

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