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Georges St-Pierre’s Simple Nutrition Advice: “You Eat, And When You’re Not Hungry…”

The nutrition world is full of often contradicting advice. Don’t eat this, but eat that… Or actually wait, do eat that first thing but in moderation, though that second thing is not that...

UFC Matchmaker Shares Advice For Prospects Who Want To Get Signed By The Promotion

UFC matchmakers are strictly forbidden to talk about the procedures behind the scenes… However, a new video from TKO Group Holdings — the merged company between UFC and WWE — showcased a...

#1 Advice To Improve In Jiu-Jitsu: Let Good Positions Work For You

When you begin training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, you often get gassed out really quickly. And not just because you don’t have the cardio – but also because you don’t know how to move...

Tom DeBlass’s Advice for Young BJJ Athletes: “Competing Doesn’t Pay The Bills”

So you’re a young BJJ athlete who wants to make a name for himself in the sport? More importantly, you want to make a living off of Jiu-Jitsu – and you’re highly motivated to make...

Caio Terra’s Precious Advice For Those Worried About Getting Promoted

Sure, we get it. You want to be promoted to the next belt level – heck, you might even feel that you’re ready for it. But the promotion isn’t coming and you’re kind of...

Dean Lister’s Leg Lock Advice: “You Have To Do Much More Of This…”

Know that saying: “Why would you ignore 50% of the human body?” It was made popular by John Danaher… But it was actually Dean Lister that Danaher heard it from first. So, it’s...

Jeff Glover Shares Advice For Young Grapplers: “Don’t Be A Beta”

Jeff Glover is one of the best and most exciting Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu athletes to ever do it. His style and outspoken nature have turned him into a fan-favorite for many – and he’s got...

John Danaher’s Advice For Using Athletic Tape (For Grapplers)

Ah, athletic tape… The quiet hero of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu athletes worldwide. It plays a similar role in the grappler’s life as duct tape plays for the blue collar workers –...

BJJ & Judo Black Belt Brian Glick’s Advice On Making Excuses: “You’re In Trouble…”

Alright, be honest with us (and yourself) for a second, and ask yourself… How often do you make excuses – on the Jiu-Jitsu mats and life alike? Well, if you really want to improve and...

Advice For Dating Your BJJ Teammates: Move Very Slowly & Respect The Situation

If you’ve been practicing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for a while, it’s natural that the idea of dating a fellow gym member might have crossed your mind. But is it a good idea to pursue a...

Ben Askren Gives Advice To Young People: “Learn To Wrestle”

When you’re young, the world can be a rather confusing place. So much to learn, so much to experience, and so many questions on what constitutes a “good life” – yet so little...

Bernardo Faria’s Advice on What White Belts Should Focus on In The First 12 Months In Jiu-Jitsu

Embarking on the journey of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu  as a white belt is a transformative experience marked by challenges, triumphs, and an insatiable thirst for knowledge. Bernardo Faria, a very...

The Worst “Bro” Advice You Constantly Receive in Jiu-Jitsu

Debunking Common Misconceptions in Jiu-Jitsu. There are so many prevalent misconceptions in the world of Jiu-Jitsu. Let’s offer our readers a reality check on the sport’s oft-heard...

UFC’s Ian Garry Listens To Wife’s Advice – And Cries Before Every Fight

UFC’s Ian Garry, who holds a flawless 14-0 MMA record, recently shared insights into his pre-fight routine… Which might come as a surprise to many. In an interview with The MMA Hour,...

Old School BJJ Black Belt’s Time Tested Advice on Avoiding Physical Conflict in the Streets

As martial artists, we are often faced with aggressive people who threaten us either verbally or physically. It’s important to know the difference between an insult like “F– You” and a threat...

Dean Lister’s Advice To Young BJJ Practitioners: “Be Careful Who You Choose As Your Girlfriend Or Boyfriend”

Whenever you want to accomplish something – be it on the mats, in your career, or life in general – it’s not just important what you do and how you do it… It’s also...

John Danaher’s Sage Advice To A BJJ Kid: “Your Long Term Goal Is…”

If you want to improve your Jiu-Jitsu, it’s often best to listen to the advice of people who are, well, among the best in the Gentle Art – both athletes and coaches alike. Especially if...

Bernardo Faria Shares Lifelong BJJ Training Advice: “Even If It’s Not Your Main Focus…”

It could be argued that a vast majority of BJJ practitioners would like to keep practicing the Gentle Art for as long as possible. To keep training for a long time. But how are you supposed to go...

Caio Terra’s Advice For White Belts: “Don’t Focus Too Much On Trying To Get Better”

You’re a BJJ white belt, in the search for advice from experienced athletes… So why not listen to the advice from Caio Terra, a 12x world champion? Terra emphasizes that white belts...

#1 Advice To Start Using Your Legs The PROPER Way In Jiu-Jitsu

What do you use your legs for, when it comes to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training and competition? Yeah, for guard retention and guard passing, as well as for setting up submissions such as the various...

John Danaher’s Great Hand Fighting Advice: “Don’t Forget…”

Hand fighting is one of the most important parts of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, as it will often determine who has the more dominant grips. However, contrary to as to how it may sound, hand fighting...

BJJ Advice: Use Their Grips To Read Their Intentions

Wouldn’t it be great if you could read other people’s minds? Not just in Jiu-Jitsu, but in everyday life as well… It would grant you so many advantages to choose from! Sadly enough,...

BJJ Advice: Don’t Sacrifice Top Position Willingly

Sure, playing guard is cool and it might be very beneficial for your style and game… But here’s the thing: you should probably stop willingly sacrificing top position. John Danaher...

Tom DeBlass’s BJJ & Life Advice: “Do Not Run From Hardships”

Tom DeBlass is one of the most respected Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu athletes and coaches in the world. He’s done a lot to promote the sport in the best of ways… But all of that success...