Royce Gracie Black Belt, Roy Marsh, is someone that I hope to have the opportunity to train with one day. He was recently interviewed by Dave Camarillo for his podcast, Position Impossible. […]
Tim Martin is a military veteran with over 27 years of service. Tim has been studying the martial arts and various self defense methods since his childhood. Tim’s passion for the martial arts extends to sharing his training and experiences with others. It is his belief that the martial arts are a valuable vehicle for improving and developing oneself to reach their maximum potential. He sees it as a powerful, life-changing gift for all ages to teach empowerment, confidence, self defense, and overcoming adversity.
“If you once make an attack and fail, there is little chance of success if you use the same approach again.” — Miyamoto Musashi, The Book of Five Rings
Bought tickets to Vegas for the Ultimate Fighting Championship? Hopefully, you can get those changed or maybe there is an available connecting flight to L.A. to get you there in time for […]
“Jiu Jitsu is for Everyone” is the slogan that some use these days to encapsulate and promote what Brazilian Jiu Jitsu offers its practitioners. However, there were days when Jiu Jitsu was […]
One good turn deserves another. In a previous post I shared a clip of Master Rigan Machado showing a sweep from lockdown. So, here’s a clip of Rigan sharing a technique for […]
“Don’t expect to be motivated every day to get out there and make things happen. You won’t be. Don’t count on motivation. Count on Discipline.” – Jocko Willink
What is Takemusu? Takemusu is an Aikido-derived term and concept that was developed by Aikido’s founder, Morihei Ueshiba. He referred to this as an aikidoka’s spontaneous generation of new techniques in reaction […]