by Prof. Martin Guggi Our first BJJ Camp in California/USA took place from 31.March to 2. April 2017. After our success in Europe we wanted to go one step further and start with the first camp across the big ocean. Finding a spot in the USA where you do not know places by yourself was… Continue reading First BJJ intensive Camp in the USA California – Lake Arrowhead
by Prof. Martin Guggi I am writing from the USA. Traveling around California and visiting different schools – I see a lot of different forms of running a BJJ academy. Every school is different but for me there are always the same attributes to make a school successful. What is success? Everyone has a… Continue reading What makes a BJJ school successful???
by Prof. Martin Guggi The more I talk to and watch advanced students roll, the more I realize that they all are developing their own game. A lot of students and friends ask me how to develop a game plan and which game plan fits them? I think this is a very good question and… Continue reading Game-Plan Development
Vor – und Nachteile von Prof. Martin Guggi BJJ bei den Olympischen Spielen?! Noch ist dies nicht umgesetzt worden, obwohl es viele Initiativen in diese Richtung gibt. Wir wissen, dass Ringen seit jeher ein Teil der Olympischen Spiele gewesen ist, nun aber vor dem Aus steht. Zu wenig Interesse und Nachwuchs lassen das IOC darüber… Continue reading ?!BJJ bei den Olympischen Spielen?!
by Prof. Renato Migliaccio & Prof. Martin Guggi When you google the word “creonte” you’ll find the following definition on Wikipedia: “The term creonte originated within Brazilian Jiu Jitsu organizations in Brazil to refer to a student who either is, or perceived to be, disloyal to a particular school or organization, particularly one with which the student had a… Continue reading CREONTE
by Bert Obernosterer If you grapple long enough, you can’t help sounding like a know-it-all from time to time. When Prof. Martin Guggi invited me to share some words of wisdom, I thought long and hard on what to write about and finally stumbled over an excellent essay by Mary Schmich (published 1997, Chicago… Continue reading Advice probably just wasted on the white belts
By Prof. Martin Guggi I will never forget that day when I lost a competition and my Prof. – Renato Migliaccio – told me: “you do not even need to tell me what you did wrong – I know it already – you let him get to close!” Ever since, I think of this sentence… Continue reading Guidelines for Open Guards in BJJ
By Prof. Martin Guggi There is a saying that “Traveling is the best Way to discover the World”. During travel you visit unknown places, see foreign cultures, experience different ways of living and meet new people. In the end, it all comes down to being open-minded. We all have our individual roots and homes –… Continue reading BJJ and Traveling
This article was extracted from: http://fiveouncesofpain.com/2009/10/18/renato-migliaccio-respect-is-everything-in-bjj/ Editor’s Note: Renato Migliaccio, the newest FiveOuncesOfPain.com columnist, is a decorated martial artist, holding black belts in both Judo and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (under the late Ryan Gracie). Additionally, Migliaccio also is considered one to the top lightweight MMA prospects not signed to a major organization with a perfect record… Continue reading Respect is everything!
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