Meta-Choke; the cognitive benefits of recreational choking

If you don't already grapple, you should. Opinions aside, you may find the following breakdown interesting. When I've mentioned to people in the past that I grapple, sometimes I have been met with "But that's seems such a meathead thing to do!" I wanted to give an overview of what is going on in the … Continue reading Meta-Choke; the cognitive benefits of recreational choking

Observing how people learn JiuJitsu

Fortunately whilst the world has been collapsing, my local jiujitsu environment has been thriving. Loopholes and work arounds, combined with an insatiable appetite amongst training partners has meant jiujitsu in my world hasn't even come close to grinding to a halt. All things considered, I'm very fortunate to be in this position. Being on the … Continue reading Observing how people learn JiuJitsu

Meditation; JiuJitsu for the Mind feat. Sam Harris

Neuroscientist and meditation teacher Sam Harris gave a great breakdown in this interview about how the skill of meditation can be a lot like JiuJitsu, for the mind. "(Meditation) is a lot like JiuJitsu, for the mind. What's so beautiful about JiuJitsu in particular, is that you can have this massive effect in the domain … Continue reading Meditation; JiuJitsu for the Mind feat. Sam Harris

What is JiuJitsu and why bother learning it? Feat. Ryan Hall

Ryan Hall is a grappler and mixed martial artist with a record of 8-1, currently undefeated in the UFC. He was only born in '85 and has one of the greatest grappling minds in existence today. Lex Fridman sat down with him on his podcast and asked him the following. What is Jiujitsu and why … Continue reading What is JiuJitsu and why bother learning it? Feat. Ryan Hall