This is an interview from 2011 with Matt Arroyo. This is probably one of the best interviews with Marcelo but most people haven’t seen it. We transcribed it in the hopes that more people will see it. You can watch the interview here. Everybody says you have a babyface, nobody knows how old you are. How old are […]
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYuuhGzu1og?rel=0&w=560&h=315] Mr James Terlecki is not your average 74 year old. He’s an all out competitor with 30 years of martial arts experience. “I still feel very strong. I feel as strong as I was when I was 20 years old. But the thing is, my bones don’t break or nothing. I get rolled around […]
This is a great interview with Marcelo from 2011. This is a full 25 minutes of Marcelo opening up about his training from when he was a teenager up to the present (2011). He talks about which he thinks is better drilling or rolling, how his game has evolved over the years and what he […]
The SMART principle refers to a mnemonic acronym, giving guidelines in the setting of objectives or goals. Specific – target a specific area for improvement, or aim for a specific target. Measurable – quantify or at least suggest an indicator of progress. Aggressive – push yourself, don’t make it too easy. Realistic – state what […]
Emily is great.
Part 1: Setting Short Term Goals Start taking Notes… You don’t need to write an essay after every class but start with what the topic for the class was, maybe how many rolls you had, and detail the goal and outcome of your session. Be constructive. For each training session set a specific goal […]
Good breakdown by the Jiu-Jitsu Laboratory