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"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

02:22 min | 4 months ago

"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

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"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on People, Process, Progress

People, Process, Progress

16:40 min | 8 months ago

"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on People, Process, Progress

"Better be a better champion for the family and head instructor by pulling those in so he did so he. He considered the feedback from everybody looked at. Hey don't change it it's this Gracie Jiu Jitsu and said yet but we also need these things to keep making it better so he did so. Thank you hold for doing that. That that's thank everybody all the Gracie's for doing that but that's a that's a great change in a great addition. I think they're college. That's junior who's holds younger brother. This is kind of the official development. The International Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Federation was actually developed in ninety four. And that's what Karl is. Junior did post Gracie died. Unfortunately before his time and so college junior took over as the head instructor and then he and Hickson Gracie Helium Gracie Son taught in California Hickson Gracie in the and this was in Well they started teaching the nineteen eighties but Hickson Gracie By most folks. This is kind of the name when someone says who's the greatest ever fixing Gracie's is at. He did a lot of fighting in Japan doing valley to using traditional submitting in defeating his opponents Never lost their Is that the kind of myth is that he had four hundred fights never lost. And I don't say that derogatory it's just There's no again kind of the history but in his valley to his matches undefeated just amazing. He fought people that were huge With good you Jitsu to Hickson. In addition to just being a tough looking guy a super athletic he incorporated on his own and speaks to a lot of This yoga and health and wellness eating right athleticism gymnastics right so that aspect in Brazilian Jujitsu in these breathing techniques. I'm where he really moves his stomach around and so again. He helps spread to Japan. which is interesting right so Jujitsu came? I'm from Japan was developed into judo. Kinda Jujitsu got to Brazil was developed by the Gracie's then Hicks took it back over there and used it against Folkston Valets Doodo that were either wrestlers or you know other other fighters and showed them presumed you too. So it's kind of a full circle. There is a great documentary that I highly recommend to anyone not just to practitioners called choke on Hickson Gracie for about one of his big valley two matches so it covers a lot of their background. It's pretty cool. It's a little bit older. I think it's from the eighties but worth the watch and so- Hickson huge influence in the eighties nineties. Doing his big fights there and and welby on on that as a you know a a great practitioner and spokesman for the sport and a lot of great stuff going on there so early nineties. This is the big milestone soon. A lot of folks are probably familiar with the first ultimate fighting championship is Help put together by Horn gracie and that's when everybody realized. What is this smaller guy in this key doing? Fighting these huge karate people and sumo wrestlers and shoot fighters. There's and just all these different people that are way bigger than him and he looked pretty serious. And if you knew Horse Gracie was you would understand his Keller like he could take you out but he you did look like it to other fighters and that was the point. So they chose hoist grave he's voice gracie not Hickson. 'cause Hickson was an athletic. Look and do that look strong so he looked like a typical fighting fighted. The point being we're GONNA show the World Brazilian Jiu Jitsu can work against all these other arts against bigger bigger fighters and he did. He won the I four ultimate fighting championships. which is a pretty big deal because he had to win eleven matches to win four? UFC's and so for folks that picked up on watching the AFC. In more recent years the original one was whatever style against whatever way class. You can wear pretty much what you want. You just couldn't do like groin shots. I gouge. It was a lot like that olds go paying creation. We talked about but it was bring your own style and that wasn't an accident and so the process of marketing. The martial art was genius from a great practitioner of it. But that's why there were so many matches because you also fought the same night so if you won you fought again and you fought again fought again until you got to the final so talking about a super hard endeavor I mean you have hard enough today As as athletic and powerful and highly trained is folks are the original ones. Were just wild man. It was it was pretty wild and so huge huge game changer when Gracie one UFC one and it opened the eyes. And you can listen to Jaakko podcast. Joe Rogan experience in other the high level folks that are have been in the game for a long time and and a lot of folks credit them looking at wait. What is that that just happened? Then they got into it you you know twenty years ago or or more so shortly after that in nineteen ninety six hens oh Gracie who is illiteracy grandson open what what is no net Hendro Gracie in New York. But what is called a blue basement so the basements literally Blue Blue Pads and things in so a key influence to the process in evolution Russian and Brazilian Jujitsu that I found heard about. It's just who this. Jim has trained just so many world champions of today of earlier. UFC's Matt Sarah. John Danaher who's considered one of the best do Brasil coaches in the world. and around my head professor ten minutes which is pretty awesome team in Brazilian Jujitsu in Blacksburg Virginia. So pretty cool lineage there but Henza. Enzo recognize the opportunity with you have seen opened the jam and has just done things he was also very successful valley to fighter and Japan fought in the AFC and so you know really made a huge impact like other aggressive family. Folks are Brazilian. Jiu Jitsu in sport and recognize that but the the ably basement The current You know what folks consider the greatest of all time Or one of them. Gordon Ryan is from Hindu Gracie's academy so so pretty pretty awesome to see that and there's been many others other foes kind of bringing us up to today again. There are other very very well known and influential Brazilian Jiu Jitsu contributors so really for me looking at kind of milestone changes and even the folks mentioned mentioned would probably credit many other people and they have in different things and and another documentary is is called legacy and that one is focused on Hendro Gracie also very good. He's is a pretty funny guy. Amazing Jujitsu obviously but also quite a character. If you watch that you'll see and watching legend is what exposed me for the first first time to the man in the arena. That the speech that's written by Theodore Roosevelt's and if you haven't haven't read that look it up I read it on a previous on Between the sides podcast but already to now it just it speaks a lot of actually have it now friend my office. So here's the man in the arena is not the critic who counts not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who was actually in the arena whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood who strives valiantly who heirs who comes short again and again. Because there's no effort without Aaron shortcoming. But who does actually strive to do. The deeds who knows great enthusiasms the great devotions who spends himself a worthy cause. Who at the best knows in the end the triumph triumph of high achievement? And who at the worst if he fails at least fails while daring greatly so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls Who neither know victory nor defeat Theodore Roosevelt Great Guy? It's kind of Theodore Roosevelt quote but watching legacy. Oh that's how I found out about that. So again watched joke watch legacy very good staff bringing us up to modern times or more modern some folks that saw this process Jujitsu schools and folks go into schools are having a fine them and said hey. Let's push this Jujitsu out to folks. Taking advantage of the infrastructure are Huron and Henner gracie years are ille- agrees grandsons. And in two thousand eight. They started gracie university online. They have a huge huge grace universities schools and things but they put together a career curriculum including this gracie combative so again remember. There's tons of Brazilian your sport. The base of it is self defense and combat stuff but the Here on an enhanced are put together Gracie University or line so that they could push Sujit Suda folks that maybe didn't have access to schools. Couldn't get there because of transportation couldn't afford it for whatever reason but I think that's a pretty awesome adaptation of the traditional way of having to go find somewhere to go is put it online and you know it's not free but it's just a great thing they also are very big users of Youtube in Gracie breakdown. When there's you know visited Pfizer things or how you could use Jujitsu so pretty awesome pretty influential folks again definitely check out the research? Check out the graphic on. There are other strands of Gracie's and other families that have big influence on Jitsu but from ancient times Japanese. Jitsu judo or cottages due to presumed. You Jitsu those are kind of the common people and processes. They use evaluations nations. They did to change this art. Change themselves to change the influence of this on the world. And so what I look at that as a forty five year old. It project manager injure with some public safety and medical experience in a kind of a new practitioner. I think okay so what so. What for the podcast right? That's the thing for any speech any discussion discussion any presentation. So what so what do I. What do I need to know? What's the value? All this history. Lesson is cool but how was it has to do with me. I don't train them not gonNA train. My my thought. Is this the progress portion that networking focus and dedication to an ancient art and the acceptance and ability to adapt it to fit the practical needs of his practitioners practitioners right so ancient traditions or old traditions. Whether they are an anciently you know started Martial art war war doesn't even make sense especially martial art from a long time ago or a practice that your organization has done for a long time right. We've always done it. This way. For Brazilian Jiu Jitsu the Gracie solve this and adapted it and then adapted it again and kept adapting and then kept mixing things in and that's like an iterative process right. That's like an iterative process for project management. You know and I'll get into this on a project. Management Focus one we focus on kind of from the Pyramids to the Project Management Body of knowledge. But the the old. You have to do this this this and this period waterfall. That's called doesn't cut it for software doesn't cut it for manufacturing that's where agile and lean and six Sigma McCain from. Because you look at something that's good at its core good for its time good for some things still but at some point you have to change them and you have to adapt it to fit fit your needs and so for Brazil. Jitsu people did that. They did it because of the physicality that did it because they saw pieces they wanted from other stuff. And so you know that's why there's also a blend called latch. Waterfall and agile right. Let's line things up traditionally. That's understand we're GONNA do this invalidated new this valid at whereas we try and do some of that upfront with other things Some key contributors. I think that everyone you know. Or all the groups of people were particularly the Gracie family other folks did was it they network with others right inside and outside of their profession and so for US individually for us in in whatever arena were in if we network with others both breath in our own departments with for some folks big challenge. Right some folks. Don't get up. Go around the Cuban talk to folks and then when they have a meeting about it and few days sail wide never or heard that or I couldn't talk to him or I sent the email. Get up go talk to people right inside your department. That's easy then outside department your profession right there's knowledge to be had everywhere there and you can take pieces of someone else's process and talk to their people and help you make progress even social circles right. It can your positive results that can't be fully planned for You know the the Gracie's had family tragedy and they had folks whose physical stature made them change the way things were don and so you can't plan for that and then you adjust and then you change things and that happens with projects and incident management and whatever else writes something happens that we have to adapt and we you have to adjust to. We have to try to either. You know hopefully for the better things. If you focus on a topic that you love or you're naturally proficient at you keep it alive. You'll help grow. And it'll benefit others right. So part of my hope for the between the sides podcasts. It then continuing with this one is I love teaching. I love sharing knowledge that I have experience. I have one. It's cool to do this but the other thing is so if someone here's one thing and it helps them. Avoid a problem that I had ad or it helps them plan a special event better.

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"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Between the Slides

Between the Slides

13:25 min | 8 months ago

"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Between the Slides

"Better be a better champion for the family and head instructor by pulling those in so he did so he. He considered the feedback from everybody looked at. Hey don't change it it's this Gracie Jiu Jitsu and said yet but we also need these things to keep making it better so he did so. Thank you hold for doing that. That that's thank everybody all the Gracie's for doing that but that's a that's a great change in a great addition. I think they're college. That's junior who's holds younger brother. This is kind of the official development. The International Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Federation was actually developed in ninety four. And that's what Karl is. Junior did post Gracie died. Unfortunately before his time and so college junior took over as the head instructor and then he and Hickson Gracie Helium Gracie Son taught in California Hickson Gracie in the and this was in Well they started teaching the nineteen eighties but Hickson Gracie By most folks. This is kind of the name when someone says who's the greatest ever fixing Gracie's is at. He did a lot of fighting in Japan doing valley to using traditional submitting in defeating his opponents Never lost their Is that the kind of myth is that he had four hundred fights never lost. And I don't say that derogatory it's just There's no again kind of the history but in his valley to his matches undefeated just amazing. He fought people that were huge With good you Jitsu to Hickson. In addition to just being a tough looking guy a super athletic he incorporated on his own and speaks to a lot of This yoga and health and wellness eating right athleticism gymnastics right so that aspect in Brazilian Jujitsu in these breathing techniques mm-hmm where he really moves his stomach around and so again. He helps spread to Japan. which is interesting right so Jujitsu came? I'm from Japan was developed into judo. Kinda Jujitsu got to Brazil was developed by the Gracie's then Hicks took it back over there and used it against Folkston Valets Doodo that were either wrestlers or you know other other fighters and showed them presumed you too. So it's kind of a full circle. There is a great documentary that I highly recommend to anyone not just to practitioners called choke on Hickson Gracie for about one of his big valley two matches so it covers a lot of their background. It's pretty cool. It's a little bit older. I think it's from the eighties but worth the watch and so- Hickson huge influence in the eighties nineties. Doing his big fights there and and welby on on that as a you know a a great practitioner and spokesman for the sport and a lot of great stuff going on there so early nineties. This is the big milestone soon. A lot of folks are probably familiar with the first ultimate fighting championship is Help put together by Horn gracie and that's when everybody realized. What is this smaller guy in this key doing? Fighting these huge karate people and sumo wrestlers and shoot fighters. There's and just all these different people that are way bigger than him and he looked pretty serious. And if you knew Horse Gracie was you would understand his Keller like he could take you out but he you did look like it to other fighters and that was the point. So they chose hoist grave he's voice gracie not Hickson. 'cause Hickson was an athletic. Look and do that look strong so he looked like a typical fighting fighted. The point being we're GONNA show the World Brazilian Jiu Jitsu can work against all these other arts against bigger bigger fighters and he did. He won the I four ultimate fighting championships. which is a pretty big deal because he had to win eleven matches to win four? UFC's and so for folks that picked up on watching the AFC. In more recent years the original one was whatever style against whatever way class. You can wear pretty much what you want. You just couldn't do like groin shots. I gouge. It was a lot like that olds go paying creation. We talked about but it was bring your own style and that wasn't an accident and so the process of marketing. The martial art was genius from a great practitioner of it. But that's why there were so many matches because you also fought the same night so if you won you fought again and you fought again fought again until you got to the final so talking about a super hard endeavor I mean you have hard enough today As as athletic and powerful and highly trained is folks are the original ones. Were just wild man. It was it was pretty wild and so huge huge game changer when Gracie one UFC one and it opened the eyes. And you can listen to Jaakko podcast. Joe Rogan experience in other the high level folks that are have been in the game for a long time and and a lot of folks credit them looking at wait. What is that that just happened? Then they got into it you you know twenty years ago or or more so shortly after that in nineteen ninety six hens oh Gracie who is illiteracy grandson open what what is no net Hendro Gracie in New York. But what is called a blue basement so the basements literally Blue Blue Pads and things in so a key influence to the process in evolution Russian and Brazilian Jujitsu that I found heard about. It's just who this. Jim has trained just so many world champions of today of earlier. UFC's Matt Sarah. John Danaher who's considered one of the best do Brasil coaches in the world. and around my head professor ten minutes which is pretty awesome team in Brazilian Jujitsu in Blacksburg Virginia. So pretty cool lineage there but Henza. Enzo recognize the opportunity with you have seen opened the jam and has just done things he was also very successful valley to fighter and Japan fought in the AFC and so you know really made a huge impact like other aggressive family. Folks are Brazilian. Jiu Jitsu in sport and recognize that but the the ably basement The current You know what folks consider the greatest of all time Or one of them. Gordon Ryan is from Hindu Gracie's academy so so pretty pretty awesome to see that and there's been many others other foes kind of bringing us up to today again. There are other very very well known and influential Brazilian Jiu Jitsu contributors so really for me looking at kind of milestone changes and even the folks mentioned mentioned would probably credit many other people and they have in different things and and another documentary is is called legacy and that one is focused on Hendro Gracie also very good. He's is a pretty funny guy. Amazing Jujitsu obviously but also quite a character. If you watch that you'll see and watching legend is what exposed me for the first first time to the man in the arena. That the speech that's written by Theodore Roosevelt's and if you haven't haven't read that look it up I read it on a previous on Between the sides podcast but already to now it just it speaks a lot of actually have it now friend my office. So here's the man in the arena is not the critic who counts not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who was actually in the arena whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood who strives valiantly who heirs who comes short again and again. Because there's no effort without Aaron shortcoming. But who does actually strive to do. The deeds who knows great enthusiasms the great devotions who spends himself a worthy cause. Who at the best knows in the end the triumph triumph of high achievement? And who at the worst if he fails at least fails while daring greatly so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat Theodore Roosevelt. Great Guy. It's kind of Theodore Roosevelt quote but watching legacy. Oh that's how I found out about that. So again watched joke watch legacy very good staff bringing us up to modern times or more modern some folks that saw this process Jujitsu schools and folks go into schools are having a fine them and said hey. Let's push this Jujitsu out to folks. Taking advantage of the infrastructure are Huron and Henner gracie years are ille- agrees grandsons. And in two thousand eight. They started gracie university online. They have a huge huge grace universities schools and things but they put together a career curriculum including this gracie combative so again remember. There's tons of Brazilian your sport. The base of it is self defense and combat stuff but the Here on an enhanced are put together Gracie University or line so that they could push Sujit Suda folks that maybe didn't have access to schools. Couldn't get there because of transportation couldn't afford it for whatever reason but I think that's a pretty awesome adaptation of the traditional way of having to go find somewhere to go is put it online and you know it's not free but it's just a great thing they also are very big users of Youtube in Gracie breakdown. When there's you know visited Pfizer things or how you could use Jujitsu so pretty awesome pretty influential folks again definitely check out the research? Check out the graphic on. There are other strands of Gracie's and other families that have big influence on Jitsu but from ancient times Japanese. Jitsu judo or cottages due to presumed. You Jitsu those are kind of the common people and processes. They use evaluations nations. They did to change this art. Change themselves to change the influence of this on the world. And so what I look at that as a forty five year old. It project manager injure with some public safety and medical experience in a kind of a new practitioner. I think okay so what so. What for the podcast right? That's the thing for any speech any discussion discussion any presentation. So what so what do I. What do I need to know? What's the value? All this history. Lesson is cool but how was it has to do with me. I don't train them not gonNA train. My my thought. Is this the progress portion that networking focus and dedication to an ancient art and the acceptance and ability to adapt it to fit the practical needs of his practitioners practitioners right so ancient traditions or old traditions. Whether they are an anciently started Martial art war war makes sense basically martial art from a long time ago or a practice that your organization has done for a long time right. We've always done it. This way for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu the Gracie solve this and adapted it and then adapted it again and kept adapting and then kept mixing things in and that's like an iterative process right. That's like an iterative process for project management. You know and I'll get into this on a project. Management Focus one we focus on kind of from the Pyramids to the Project Management Body of knowledge. But the the old. You have to do this this this and this period waterfall. That's called doesn't cut it for software doesn't cut it for manufacturing that's where agile and lean and six Sigma McCain from. Because you look at something that's good at its core good for its time good for some things still but at some point you have to change them and you have to adapt it to fit fit your needs and so for Brazil. Jitsu people did that. They did it because of the physicality that did it because they saw pieces they wanted from other stuff. And so you know that's why there's also a blend called latch. Waterfall and agile right. Let's line things up traditionally. That's understand we're GONNA do this invalidated new this valid at whereas we try and do some of that upfront with other things Some key contributors. I think that everyone you know. Or all the groups of people were particularly the Gracie family other folks did was it they network with others right inside and outside of their profession and so for US individually for us in in whatever arena were in if we network with others both breath in our own departments with for some folks big challenge. Right some folks. Don't get up. Go around the Cuban talk to folks and then when they have a meeting about it and few days sail wide never or heard that or I couldn't talk to him or I sent the email. Get up go talk to people right inside your department. That's easy then outside department your profession right there's knowledge to be had everywhere there and you can take pieces of someone else's process and talk to their people and help you make progress even social circles right. It can your positive results that can't be fully planned for You know the the Gracie's had family tragedy and they had folks whose physical stature made them change the way things were don and so you can't plan for that and then you adjust and then you change things and that happens with projects and incident management and whatever else writes something happens that we have to adapt and we you have to adjust to. We have to try to either. You know hopefully for the better things. If you focus on a topic that you love or you're naturally proficient at you keep it alive. You'll help grow. And it'll benefit others right. So part of my hope for the between the sides podcasts. It then continuing with this one is I love teaching. I love sharing knowledge that I have experience. I have one. It's cool to do this but the other thing is so if someone here's one thing and it helps them. Avoid a problem that I had ad or it helps them plan a special event better.

Hendro Gracie Gracie Gracie Jiu Jitsu Hickson Gracie California Hickson Gracie Gracie University Brazilian Jujitsu Brazilian Jiu Jitsu International Brazilian Jiu Ji Hickson Japan Henner gracie World Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Gracie breakdown Theodore Roosevelt UFC Jiu Jitsu Brazil
"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Between the Slides

Between the Slides

12:47 min | 8 months ago

"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Between the Slides

"We're going from those late eighteen hundreds to the eighteen eighties against the eighteen seventies and eighties. So there was a judo master or our conor that helped develop Jitsu into judo. Because Jujitsu as as I said was a combat art some folks alerted for run on combat. But it just wasn't as popular right so he recognized that and change the art into what we know as judo in judo is I would say well more mainstream known it has been known known for longer than Jujitsu Brazilian Jujitsu. And it's interesting to me. One thing I talked to my wife about the other day and I'd love to hear your feedback. His I ju Jitsu practitioner so I feel like everyone knows about it because I read about it a lot. I go to it three or four four days a week. You know what I mean so ingrained in it so in my mind everyone knows about it but it's funny if there's jokes and memes about Jiu Jitsu people wanting to talk to about You know Jitsu when it's pretty true but most people don't know what it is. They have no idea. But if you're in this world if you're like I am like like we are as practitioners of of it. You feel like everyone knows about it. Probably because the folks that you hang out with or that you train with Ono about right so so connell changed you to Judah recognizes the need. It's more mainstream it can be. It can be kind of more sport. And so that's a huge change right so judo that hitting people with the planet. Kinda the thing where you're doing a lot of throws there's still some ground game in there but it's there's really big nice throws trips and take downs and it's pretty amazing. So that's that's a huge again process of change for the sport which is pretty awesome and so one of the great students that becomes one of his instructors as Mitsu Majeida so again if you are a follower Jujitsu ready history. You absolutely know the name's Connor and my editor right. This is the some of the first lineage. That is in most every Jujitsu history that I've read in a magazine or online or or anywhere and so my Ada is going to have a huge influence on the world that we love if you're presumed to do practitioner or if you like the UFC because he is going to go to Brazil in one thousand nine hundred twenty one in the nineteen twenties and again. There's there's some variation in these dates depending on what you look at. But nineteen twenty nine hundred. Twenty one is what I've seen. They're really and so made. It goes to Brazil and and we'll get into that whole lineage. That's kind of the big path there that will jump into but the other person I wanNA talk about is Yamashita Yoshiaki. Yamashita Yoshiaki is the one that went to America or was in the United States from nine hundred eighty three to nineteen o six and that quote I read earlier from Theodore Roosevelt's from early nineteen. Hundreds is because that's who taught taught Roosevelt so Yoshiaki had the opportunity to train Theodore Roosevelt's so the thought that Jujitsu wasn't as Popular Miller until the twenties and then the eighties and nineties and mainstream. Absolutely it was not but it's amazing that one of our US presidents was already already kinda plugged into Jitsu in the early nineteen hundreds and pretty awesome and hats off to him again because he's a rough it was rough and tumble Kinda guy says pretty go to hear about. Interestingly enough to the research there was a city of London police officer or sergeant named George wielding. Who had learned? Did you did you and I wasn't able to find where that was so again. If you all know where George wildman learn his Jiu Jitsu or decided to combine it with Cumberland in cornish wrestling so he helped develop the self defense in the prisoner handling in the armed combat for the city police in nineteen ninety six. So if you if you know about that please please let me know particularly on facebook when we post this or instagram or email people process progress at com would love to know that. But that's it's a huge huge thing too so it was going to Brazil to America and London. Jujitsu is getting out there right and again remember between the eighteen hundreds to you know these these early nineteen hundreds trade routes are open. We have a pretty good relationship actually with Japan. So we're getting a lot of exposure to this so the process of digital changing driven a lot by trade and by global expansion and you know different powers coming up and so pretty cool to look at how this proliferates how this knowledge spreads rides throughout the world. Still going down the road particularly for judo is in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. Judo was I in the Olympics in judo again. If you see the folks that where it's called a g Most folks know it probably is a karate uniform but you know. It's it's Kinda Pajama looking with the belt. And we joke in Jujitsu about Pajama fighting too. So it's not really derogatory but just going down the path for judo sixty four in the Olympics and then women and that was only male judokas or judo practitioners and women than in one thousand nine hundred. That was the first time that women's judo. 'cause we're in the Olympics so that was pretty interesting. I think another term for the judo so so kind of develop judo from Jitsu from a need some folks some sources refer to the judo as Kana Jujitsu. Right so really. It's his name aim in particular stamped on Jujitsu and not necessarily completely changed the judo so kind of interesting take there. But again we've gone from the ancient grappling arts with a similar fighting sows in one article I read from Grapple Arts Dot Com and it was a bit of a different. I think name where they actually use a diamond plated knuckledusters fighting but also grappling in India in a very old art. There's a picture of someone doing what's what's almost exactly like a modern Oma plot and so so if you're not a Ju Jitsu practitioner. We just happen to not have that done to yet like I have or read about it. That's pretty much an armlock using your legs which which seems unfeasible but again. That's the Magic Jujitsu where people will get you positions or you see an think audisaintpaul so I would just do this or that and and you can't. It's amazing so that's kind of a cool connection that we've gone to the feudal Japan period that changes induced do for the same Ryan the public and then it was banned. And then now. We've got judo Kanji. Injury to a some folks were referred to the spread of that to Brazil and America and England so now let's move into the most well-known appeared in history and people and processes involved in the development of Brazilian Jujitsu so in the eighteen twenty s george gracie emigrated migrated from Scotland to Brazil. And so here's the Gracie name Gracie Jiu Jitsu the Gracie family is is four credited with bridges development. There are other families that also developed a Brazilian Jujitsu parts of it the Gracie's for sure by large attributed with with developing and spreading it. No go through and actually share lineage for the two schools. I've gone to kind of at the end of this too. Which is which is pretty awesome again? You should know where you where you come from a given sport or hobby or something like that. I think so. We'll touch on that as well. But so George Gracie comes from Scotland to Brazil nineteen twenties his son Gestalt Gracie is there is a businessman has a youngster name Carlos Gracie the the next big name that most folks know about in Brazil Circles and again different dates varied some things said nineteen. Fourteen sums had nine hundred twenty but essentially Carlos Gracie needed some how focusing his energy Gastau Gal Gracie had a relationship with Mitsui. Eat if you remember one thousand nine hundred eighty one came to Brazil said Hey. Can you teach this youngster. Some some Judaism's Jitsu and he agreed agreed and then it started right so that is kind of the major flagpole that was planted the major milestone in the process if you will to really develop and start start Brazilian Jujitsu. Probably I guess if we go back would be George gracie coming to Timonen Brazil from Scotland. And then being there when Mehta you know will happen to come through Brazil and they made that connection. which again you know? The process of networking which I'll touch on later and relationships seems to have worked out pretty well. For those that are practitioners and really the world who the sea so Carlos Gracie becomes very proficient starts teaching. There were nine brothers I think in the Gracie family and so he starts teaching his brothers. He has one younger brother named Healy. Oh or Leo Gracie and so. He was sickly. He was frail Tom. He was much thinner than his other brothers so he didn't get as much training and then Carlos recognized that was actually pretty proficient and a huge thing that he that helium did or did as he adapted it to fit his needs right so he looked at the process of Jujitsu as it existed and realize this benefits bigger stronger folks that can do strong movements and throws and things like that and said you know I needed to develop this for me. Because I'm not as the biggest strongest those folks and he did and just made amazing progress using leverage and I mean just technique which which can make a huge difference against people that are much bigger than you and so easier really refined it to Brazilian Jujitsu in that. A smaller person can use their technique and skills and smarts and toughness and endurance. Because all that goes together but really use that leverage and there's there's techniques to defeat a larger the person so he became the champion at this time to martial arts and wrestlers particularly called Valley Tudo which was actually kind of no holds Afar fighting this developing judo audit karate all these different things they would fight each other plus Brazil was pretty rough place and so you know he'll fight fought a lot. He was the families champion and then as he got older Carlson Gracie those nephew became very proficient and then he took up the mantle as the families champion so they actually had kind of champions that would do the challenges do the fights and so what Carlson contributed and what he looked at through this process and this was in the nineteen fifties was to add value to do elements. Right and add sport presenters. Help develop it so it wasn't just for are fighting. It wasn't just for combat. It was also sports Jitsu and if you look at Jujitsu today there's tournaments all over the place and in matches you can win by points. Which means I get all these different positions on you and you know if I hold them for three seconds they get points for whoever? Has the most points at the end wins. Or you can do submission which means I make you quit by choking choking you were making a joint go some way. It shouldn't so that sport Jiu Jitsu has really ramped up and there's huge tournaments and organizations and and we'll touch on that as well but the next big influence is Carlson younger brother Holes Gracie unrolls. RLS In so many believe that he was the greatest Gracie took over as the head instructor. Him Fixing racier. Kinda the two you know folks that folks put up to now Hajjah Gracie so we'll touch on on Hickson particular loser so holes Gracie as far as the development. The process of developing Jitsu became very good at it. Also realize you know what I need to mix in other other things which like anyone that tries to change a process. That's been going on for a while. Didn't get one hundred percent agreement right. Some folks folks thought not leave at pure as the Zuniga Jitsu we developed other folks believed in it and so what he did was look at Samba which is a Russian grappling style. It has very similar new locks and things and they actually have a sport combat sambo so That's a lot if you know a WHO could bieb Nurmamedov is he is the current. UFC lightweight champion that defeated Conor McGregor for the title and he came up as a combat combat sambo national champion so still alive today very popular sport optical in Russia again so in addition to Samba wrestling greco-roman wrestling Ling. And you'll see if you if you practice today or for your wrestler. It's a great base you'll see elements of wrestling and then of course judo. So there's they're still throws take downs On very very closely tied to traditional Juno so host Gracie saw that and recognize that he could make his game. Better be a better champion for the family and head instructor by pulling those in so he did so he. He considered the feedback from everybody looked at. Hey don't change it it's this Gracie.

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"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on People, Process, Progress

People, Process, Progress

12:37 min | 8 months ago

"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on People, Process, Progress

"We're going from those late eighteen hundreds to the eighteen eighties against the eighteen seventies and eighties. So there was a judo master or our conor that helped develop Jitsu into judo. Because Jujitsu as as I said was a combat art some folks alerted for run on combat. But it just wasn't as popular right so he recognized that and change the art into what we know as judo in judo is I would say well more mainstream known it has been known known for longer than Jujitsu Brazilian Jujitsu. And it's interesting to me. One thing I talked to my wife about the other day and I'd love to hear your feedback. His I ju Jitsu practitioner so I feel like everyone knows about it because I read about it a lot. I go to it three or four four days a week. You know what I mean so ingrained in it so in my mind everyone knows about it but it's funny if there's jokes and memes about Jiu Jitsu people wanting to talk to about You know Jitsu when it's pretty true but most people don't know what it is. They have no idea. But if you're in this world if you're like I am like like we are as practitioners of of it. You feel like everyone knows about it. Probably because the folks that you hang out with or that you train with Ono about right so so connell changed you to Judah recognizes the need. It's more mainstream it can be. It can be kind of more sport. And so that's a huge change right so judo that hitting people with the planet. Kinda the thing where you're doing a lot of throws there's still some ground game in there but it's there's really big nice throws trips and take downs and it's pretty amazing. So that's that's a huge again process of change for the sport which is pretty awesome and so one of the great students that becomes one of his instructors as Mitsu Majeida so again if you are a follower Jujitsu ready history. You absolutely know the name's Connor and my editor right. This is the some of the first lineage. That is in most every Jujitsu history that I've read in a magazine or online or or anywhere and so my Ada is going to have a huge influence on the world that we love if you're presumed to do practitioner or if you like the UFC because he is going to go to Brazil in one thousand nine hundred twenty one in the nineteen twenties and again. There's there's some variation in these dates depending on what you look at. But nineteen twenty nine hundred. Twenty one is what I've seen. They're really and so made. It goes to Brazil and and we'll get into that whole lineage. That's kind of the big path there that will jump into but the other person I wanNA talk about is Yamashita Yoshiaki. Yamashita Yoshiaki is the one that went to America or was in the United States from nine hundred eighty three to nineteen o six and that quote I read earlier from Theodore Roosevelt's from early nineteen. Hundreds is because that's who taught taught Roosevelt so Yoshiaki had the opportunity to train Theodore Roosevelt's so the thought that Jujitsu wasn't as Popular Miller until the twenties and then the eighties and nineties and mainstream. Absolutely it was not but it's amazing that one of our US presidents was already already kinda plugged into Jitsu in the early nineteen hundreds and pretty awesome and hats off to him again because he's a rough it was rough and tumble Kinda guy says pretty go to hear about. Interestingly enough to the research there was a city of London police officer or sergeant named George wielding. Who had learned? Did you did you and I wasn't able to find where that was so again. If you all know where George wildman learn his Jiu Jitsu or decided to combine it with Cumberland in cornish wrestling so he helped develop the self defense in the prisoner handling in the armed combat for the city police in nineteen ninety six. So if you if you know about that please please let me know particularly on facebook when we post this Or instagram or email people process progress at GMO COM would love to know that. But that's it's a huge huge thing too so it was going to Brazil to America and London. Jujitsu is getting out there right and again remember between the eighteen hundreds to you know these these early nineteen hundreds trade routes are open. We have a pretty good relationship actually with Japan. So we're getting a lot of exposure to this so the process of digital changing driven a lot by trade and by global expansion and you know different powers coming up and so pretty cool to look at how this proliferates how this knowledge spreads rides throughout the world. Still going down the road particularly for judo is in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. Judo was I in the Olympics in judo again. If you see the folks that where it's called a g Most folks know it probably is a karate uniform but you know. It's it's Kinda Pajama looking with the belt. And we joke in Jujitsu about Pajama fighting too. So it's not really derogatory but just going down the path for judo sixty four in the Olympics and then women and that was only male judokas or judo practitioners and women than in one thousand nine hundred. That was the first time that women's judo. 'cause we're in the Olympics so that was pretty interesting. I think another term for the judo so so kind of develop judo from Jitsu from a need some folks some sources refer to the judo as Kana Jujitsu. Right so really. It's his name aim in particular stamped on Jujitsu and not necessarily completely changed the judo so kind of interesting take there. But again we've gone from the ancient grappling arts with a similar fighting sows in one article I read from Grapple Arts Dot Com and it was a bit of a different. I think name where they actually use a diamond plated knuckledusters fighting but also grappling in India in a very old art. There's a picture of someone doing what's what's almost exactly like a modern Oma plot and so so if you're not a Ju Jitsu practitioner. We just happen to not have that done to yet like I have or read about it. That's pretty much an armlock using your legs which which seems unfeasible but again. That's the Magic Jujitsu where people will get you positions or you see an think audisaintpaul so I would just do this or that and and you can't. It's amazing so that's kind of a cool connection that we've gone to the feudal Japan period that changes induced do for the same Ryan the public and then it was banned. And then now. We've got judo Kanji. Injury to a some folks were referred to the spread of that to Brazil and America and England so now let's move into the most well-known appeared in history and people and processes involved in the development of Brazilian Jujitsu so in the eighteen twenty s george gracie emigrated migrated from Scotland to Brazil. And so here's the Gracie name Gracie Jiu Jitsu the Gracie family is is four credited with bridges development. There are other families that also developed a Brazilian Jujitsu parts of it the Gracie's for sure by-in-large attributed with with developing and spreading it. No go through and actually share lineage for the two schools. I've gone to kind of at the end of this too. Which is which is pretty awesome again? You should know where you where you come from a given sport or hobby or something like that. I think so. We'll touch on that as well. But so George Gracie comes from Scotland to Brazil nineteen twenties his son Gestalt Gracie is there is a businessman has a youngster name Carlos Gracie the the next big name that most folks know about in Brazil Circles and again different dates varied some things said nineteen. Fourteen sums had nine hundred twenty but essentially Carlos Gracie needed some how focusing his energy Gastau Gal Gracie had a relationship with Mitsui. Eat if you remember one thousand nine hundred eighty one came to Brazil said Hey. Can you teach this youngster. Some some Judaism's Jitsu and he agreed agreed and then it started right so that is kind of the major flagpole that was planted the major milestone in the process if you will to really develop and start start Brazilian Jujitsu. Probably I guess if we go back would be George gracie coming to Timonen Brazil from Scotland. And then being there when Mehta you know will happen to come through Brazil and they made that connection. which again you know? The process of networking which I'll touch on later and relationships seems to have worked out pretty well. For those that are practitioners and really the world who the sea so Carlos Gracie becomes very proficient starts teaching. There were nine brothers I think in the Gracie family and so he starts teaching his brothers. He has one younger brother named Healy. Oh or Leo Gracie and so. He was sickly. He was frail Tom. He was much thinner than his other brothers so he didn't get as much training and then Carlos recognized that was actually pretty proficient and a huge thing that he that helium did or did as he adapted it to fit his needs right so he looked at the process of Jujitsu as it existed and realize this benefits bigger stronger folks that can do strong movements and throws and things like that and said you know I needed to develop this for me. Because I'm not as the biggest strongest those folks and he did and just made amazing progress using leverage and I mean just technique which which can make a huge difference against people that are much bigger than you and so easier really refined it to Brazilian Jujitsu in that. A smaller person can use their technique and skills and smarts and toughness and endurance. Because all that goes together but really use that leverage and there's there's techniques to defeat a larger the person so he became the champion at this time to martial arts and wrestlers particularly called Valley Tudo which was actually kind of no holds Afar fighting this developing judo audit karate all these different things they would fight each other plus Brazil was pretty rough place and so you know he'll fight fought a lot. He was the families champion and then as he got older Carlson Gracie those nephew became very proficient and then he took up the mantle as the families champion so they actually had kind of champions that would do the challenges do the fights and so what Carlson contributed and what he looked at through this process and this was in the nineteen fifties was to add value to do elements. Right and add sport presenters. Help develop it so it wasn't just for are fighting. It wasn't just for combat. It was also sports Jitsu and if you look at Jujitsu today there's tournaments all over the place and in matches you can win by points. Which means I get all these different positions on you and you know if I hold them for three seconds they get points for whoever? Has the most points at the end wins. Or you can do submission which means I make you quit by choking choking you were making a joint go some way. It shouldn't so that sport Jiu Jitsu has really ramped up and there's huge tournaments and organizations and and we'll touch on that as well but the next big influence is Carlson younger brother Holes Gracie unrolls. RLS In so many believe that he was the greatest Gracie took over as the head instructor. Him Fixing racier. Kinda the two you know folks that folks put up to now Hajjah Gracie so we'll touch on on Hickson particular loser so holes Gracie as far as the development. The process of developing Jitsu became very good at it. Also realize you know what I need to mix in other other things which like anyone that tries to change a process. That's been going on for a while. Didn't get one hundred percent agreement right. Some folks folks thought not leave at pure as the Zuniga Jitsu we developed other folks believed in it and so what he did was look at Samba which is a Russian grappling style. It has very similar new locks and things and they actually have a sport combat sambo so That's a lot if you know a WHO could bieb Nurmamedov is he is the current. UFC lightweight champion that defeated Conor McGregor for the title and he came up as a combat combat sambo national champion so still alive today very popular sport optical in Russia again so in addition to Samba wrestling greco-roman wrestling Ling. And you'll see if you if you practice today or for your wrestler. It's a great base you'll see elements of wrestling and then of course judo. So there's they're still throws take downs On very very closely tied to traditional Juno so host Gracie saw that and recognize that he could make his game..

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"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Between the Slides

"April ninth nineteen. Oh four my right ankle and my left breast and one thumb in both great toes are swollen sufficiently to more or less impair. The usefulness and I am well modeled with bruises everywhere still. I have made good progress and since you left. They've taught me three new throws that are perfect. Co Workers. Yes that's a quote from President Theodore Roosevelt in a letter to his son Teddy. And it encapsulates. What is is like to be a Brazilian Jiu jitsu practitioner? Particularly if you're like me Kevin Panel host of this podcast forty five year old Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practitioner for about fifteen or sixteen months now. How Ben Bruise had surgery tore things? But here's a sentiment. I agree with even more from President. Roosevelt the art of Jujitsu was worth more in every way than all of our athletics combined. Pretty strong opinion right so president. Roosevelt was a tough guy a rough rider. He wrestled castled and he knew even that early in the early nineteen hundreds which is a little bit before. If you're familiar and not a lot of folks are there's a lot of Brazilian Jujitsu history out there. Some folks only know what from Ultimate Fighting Championship. And we'll get into how all those came to be. What I thought was very interesting and particularly as a student of the art is? What's what's the way back history? What are the people that made this happen? What are the processes? They went through to revolve Jitsu or as we'll talk about the different and arts that actually came from. And what progress did they make an. How did they do it in? What could we learn from that to apply today so on this episode? We're going to look at the history of resumes resumes. Jitsu from two thousand to today. Everybody's Buddy's still here thanks again for listening to this second episode of people process progress. Podcast I'm your host. Kevin Fennell hosted the between the slides. podcasts where we focused on primarily incident command system and some project management will still touch on that here as I mentioned But they want to focus on again people process and progress Brazilian. I was introduced to and let's jump back into the way back machine and before I do that. Let's just say there is no definitive. Every single name is down. Every path is drawn out history of Brazilian Jujitsu and for me again a pretty new practitioner still away belt. But you know someone that's got life experience and work experience at forty five years old. I thought you know what I want to dig into. What is the history of this and I knew a bit of it? I mean you know kind of a good student of the sport and I think for anything you do anything you're passionate about whether it's a hobby or your job find out the background. What how did this come about? How did it change? How can I be someone that helps change it? I certainly don't plan to changed too But think about how that translates to other things project management incident management. How you work on the street and ems whatever it is and and I mentioned those because that's you know things? I'm familiar with and things that I've done so let's jump back in that time machine and I've got a bunch of different sources a bunch of have you know. Google searches in different things. I've looked at it and so I've drawn together the best thing I can say and again there's no one hundred percent definitive history that I've seen because has every site I looked at every source had a little bit of variation so this is me pulling as much together as could so two thousand Buddhist monks in India and this was across that and a lot of different sites I looked at and some big sites crazy Gracie Barra. Bj Heroes Time so a lot of different websites so trace it back to these Buddhist monks in India who wanted to defend themselves with no weapons. Because they're both involved. You can't have weapons so they had to have this open hand techniques so they grappling right so do grappling art there. Some you know kicks and things. But Brazilian Jujitsu foreshore is grappling. Are That means you use I use leverage and things or throws and grapples the for most folks that don't practice Brazilian Jujitsu grappling as more equivalent to wrestling. What you see in high school with the Olympics and we'll certainly touch on tons of that because there's influence they are so so these Buddhist monks grappling how US Open hands? I can't use weapons to be able Fights they started developing this fighting system and thoughts are some of those techniques were spread by Alexander the Great Right Between three fifty six and three of course the Olympians the Olympics wrestling very popular and the wrestling or one of the wrestling arts. A positive for the Buddhist monks was called. Kuchi is the traditional arresting. Art that they invented or that's been around for a long time Alexander. The great great the Olympians the Greeks Greco Roman Greco Roman wrestling. That's still around today. It's in Youth Leagues and high schools and colleges middle schools rules even in the Olympics and another more kind of combat very UFC. Like was called. Penn creches pen creation. You had a lot of grappling you also had edge strikes. You just couldn't gouge eyes and things so that is a huge contributor or particularly today when you have the ultimate fighting championship. That's that's enormous in we'll touch on how that came about so pen. Creation From the ancient Greeks and spread across the continent because Alexander. The great remember conquer just tons of Europe and Asia in that whole area and so some of that grappling in various styles started to mix together another source has around two hundred BC. Chinese wrestlers practice Karrubi so again these are all grappling arts and American Indian wrestling. And there's all these different types of wrestling. These three in particular seem to come a lot and seemed to be credited as contributing or possible direct contributors and again the direct contribution this far back act from two thousand to even the eleven hundreds after that and we'll touch on the eleven hundred is is a far stretch because the traditional history of Brazilian Jujitsu. You that folks no of is like in the eighteen eighties to now right or the actual Brazilian Jujitsu from the twenty now so not as old at all all so those are some of the ancient influence of the ancient peoples and again there's a few names associated there but not a lot more culturally looked at and time nine periods looked at But that's kind of the ancient history descendants or foundations of what we now know as Brazilian Jujitsu so that stuff all start somewhere from the eleven hundreds to the eighteen hundreds. That's the next time period and this is really going to focus on Jujitsu itself and Jujitsu Jitsu for everyone means the J you or the value Jew means gentleness and Jitsu means art or technique so the literal term of Jujitsu is the gentle art now again. If you've ever been a practitioner serve of Jujitsu are on the receiving end of a bow and Arrow choke. It's not so gentle dental feeling but the thought being you're not doing real hard strikes and you know kind of hard moves you're actually using an opponent's body to leverage coverage limbs were. They don't need to go or choke them and again. You're not sitting there trying to pummeled with your fist or your feet or knees elbows. You're using their own body against them. I'm in your body against them. It's again pretty amazing. I'm just scratching the surface. But that's that's part of the focus in the origin of the gentle art. Focus there so from the eleven hundred eighteen. Hundreds seems to be the big chunk of time that that a lot of the Japanese Jujitsu Samarai version really. Because they really helped make this good and the first junior the school actually from Master Taniguchi. HISAMORI PROBABLY GONNA kill. Some of these names is credited as opening in fifteen thirty two. The first official kind of rude fugit through school and so again. These are the schools that taught the Samurai primarily as a combat art. So what if you are on the field and you forgot your soared that day or it got knocked out of your hands or something happened right and you don't have a weapon in your hand and now someone's coming out with one or you're just going at it hand to him. You know Hinton. Combat no weapons. Boom Jiu Jitsu Javanese Jitsu so same are fighting at some period it also developed went further. There's a period called the Edo period Japan from sixteen o three to eighteen sixty eight. Were Only Samurai could have swords so imagine. You're in Nisa futile land. There's these different shogun leading different Families are or houses of the Samurai. And they're all fighting for power where there's one show going to charge but there's you know you're you don't have a sword and you can't have the good weapons and sometimes I would dare say that probably led to people abusing their power so unarmed techniques makes became popular in Japan and so that built on the already existing Combat Focus Jujitsu where other folks developed it so they could defend themselves against the Samurai higher against other folks that could have swords when they could not that however would start to come to an end as in the eighteen sixties the shogun on was replaced by an empress. Shogun is the head. Samurai of all the different Samurai clans united not of the head of the clan and depend on how that goes to an emperor right so the one that has you know ordained to be in charge of of Japan and probably the best the equivalent of this that. I'm familiar with. I'm a movie Guy Right. As the last Samurai around that time period the Samurai are still very traditional and by the eighteen seventies. They were actually banned right. And that's really they show. There was that one scene where the young Samurais walking with Tom Cruise. The you know the army officer there to consult. And he has his hair cut off in and they're fighting and they charge at the end right. So that's kind of that time period in the eighteen seventies when the Samurai actually outlawed in so need to make a change again to the art. Because now there's not hand to hand combat going on between Samarai the unarmed techniques become more popular for the populace. And so if you're an Unemployed Samurai but you have really good and and combat skills. You could make some money teaching other people on combat skills right and so that's a big change as for Jujitsu there and shortly after this in this next chunk of time is going to be the eighteen hundreds to the president and this is going to focus on judo or kind of Jujitsu Soooo. And I'll have this graphic. I should put together that shaped like a pyramid. So the base being those really ancient techniques. Jujitsu judo or Kana just doing them Brazilian Zun just two and I'll share this on the people process progress dot com website. So you can take a look at it. Give me your opinion. Let me know on facebook at the same name. People Process says progress twitter instagram at panel cagey so love to hear from your or email me at people process progress Jimoh DOT com. So now.

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People, Process, Progress

11:10 min | 8 months ago

"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on People, Process, Progress

"April ninth nineteen. Oh four my right ankle and my left breast and one thumb in both great toes are swollen sufficiently to more or less impair. The usefulness and I am well modeled with bruises everywhere still. I have made good progress and since you left. They've taught me three new throws that are perfect. Co Workers. Yes that's a quote from President Theodore Roosevelt in a letter to his son Teddy. And it encapsulates. What is is like to be a Brazilian Jiu jitsu practitioner? Particularly if you're like me Kevin Panel host of this podcast forty five year old Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practitioner for about fifteen or sixteen months now. How Ben Bruise had surgery tore things? But here's a sentiment. I agree with even more from President. Roosevelt the art of Jujitsu was worth more in every way than all of our athletics combined. Pretty strong opinion right so president. Roosevelt was a tough guy a rough rider. He wrestled castled and he knew even that early in the early nineteen hundreds which is a little bit before. If you're familiar and not a lot of folks are there's a lot of Brazilian Jujitsu history out there. Some folks only know what from Ultimate Fighting Championship. And we'll get into how all those came to be. What I thought was very interesting and particularly as a student of the art is? What's what's the way back history? What are the people that made this happen? What are the processes? They went through to revolve Jitsu or as we'll talk about the different and arts that actually came from. And what progress did they make an. How did they do it in? What could we learn from that to apply today so on this episode? We're going to look at the history of resumes resumes. Jitsu from two thousand to today. Everybody's Buddy's still here thanks again for listening to this second episode of people process progress. Podcast I'm your host. Kevin Fennell hosted the between the slides. podcasts where we focused on primarily incident command system and some project management will still touch on that here as I mentioned But they want to focus on again people process and progress Brazilian using Jitsu. And let's jump back into the way back machine and before I do that. Let's just say there is no definitive. Every single name is down. Every path is drawn out history of Brazilian Jujitsu and for me again a pretty new practitioner still away belt. But you know someone that's got life experience and work experience at forty five years old. I thought you know what I want to dig into. What is the history of this and I knew a bit of it? I mean you know kind of a good student of the sport and I think for anything you do anything you're passionate about whether it's a hobby or your job find out the background. What how did this come about? How did it change? How can I be someone that helps change it? I certainly don't plan to changed too But think about how that translates to other things project management incident management. How you work on the street and ems whatever it is and and I mentioned those because that's you know things? I'm familiar with and things that I've done so let's jump back in that time machine and I've got a bunch of different sources a bunch of have you know. Google searches in different things. I've looked at it and so I've drawn together the best thing I can say and again there's no one hundred percent definitive history that I've seen because has every site I looked at every source had a little bit of variation so this is me pulling as much together as could so two thousand Buddhist monks in India and this was across that and a lot of different sites I looked at and some big sites crazy Gracie Barra. Bj Heroes Time so a lot of different websites so trace it back to these Buddhist monks in India who wanted to defend themselves with no weapons. Because they're both involved. You can't have weapons so they had to have this open hand techniques so they grappling right so do grappling art there. Some you know kicks and things. But Brazilian Jujitsu foreshore is grappling. Are That means you use I use leverage and things or throws and grapples the for most folks that don't practice Brazilian Jujitsu grappling as more equivalent to wrestling. What you see in high school with the Olympics and we'll certainly touch on tons of that because there's influence they are so so these Buddhist monks grappling how US Open hands? I can't use weapons to be able Fights they started developing this fighting system and thoughts are some of those techniques were spread by Alexander the Great Right Between three fifty six and three of course the Olympians the Olympics wrestling very popular and the wrestling or one of the wrestling arts. A positive for the Buddhist monks was called. Kuchi is the traditional arresting. Art that they invented or that's been around for a long time Alexander. The great great the Olympians the Greeks Greco Roman Greco Roman wrestling. That's still around today. It's in Youth Leagues and high schools and colleges middle schools rules even in the Olympics and another more kind of combat very UFC. Like was called. Penn creches pen creation. You had a lot of grappling you also had edge strikes. You just couldn't gouge eyes and things so that is a huge contributor or particularly today when you have the ultimate fighting championship. That's that's enormous in we'll touch on how that came about so pen. Creation From the ancient Greeks and spread across the continent because Alexander. The great remember conquer just tons of Europe and Asia in that whole area and so some of that grappling in various styles started to mix together another source has around two hundred BC. Chinese wrestlers practice Karrubi so again these are all grappling arts and American Indian wrestling. And there's all these different types of wrestling. These three in particular seem to come a lot and seemed to be credited as contributing or possible direct contributors and again the direct contribution this far back act from two thousand to even the eleven hundreds after that and we'll touch on the eleven hundred is is a far stretch because the traditional history of Brazilian Jujitsu. You that folks know of is like in the eighteen eighties to now right or the actual Brazilian Jujitsu from the twenty now so not as old at all all so those are some of the ancient influence of the ancient peoples and again there's a few names associated there but not a lot more culturally looked at and time nine periods looked at But that's kind of the ancient history descendants or foundations of what we now know as Brazilian Jujitsu so that stuff all start somewhere from the eleven hundreds to the eighteen hundreds. That's the next time period and this is really going to focus on Jujitsu itself and Jujitsu Jitsu for everyone means the J you or the J I you Ju- means gentleness and Jitsu means art or technique so the literal term of Jujitsu is the gentle art now again. If you've ever been a practitioner serve of Jiu Jitsu or on the end of a bow and Arrow choke. It's not so gentle dental feeling but the thought being you're not doing real hard strikes and kind of hard moves you're actually using an opponent's body to leverage coverage limbs were. They don't need to go or choke them and again. You're not sitting there trying to pummeled with your fist or your feet or knees elbows. You're using their own body against them. I'm in your body against them. It's again pretty amazing. I'm just scratching the surface. But that's that's part of the focus in the origin of the gentle art. Focus there so from the eleven hundred eighteen. Hundreds seems to be the big chunk of time that that a lot of the Japanese Jujitsu Samarai version really. Because they really helped make this good and the first junior the school actually from Master Taniguchi. HISAMORI PROBABLY GONNA kill. Some of these names is credited as opening in fifteen thirty two. The first official kind of rude fugit through school and so again. These are the schools that taught the Samurai primarily as a combat art. So what if you are on the field and you forgot your soared that day or it got knocked out of your hands or something happened right and you don't have a weapon in your hand and now someone's coming out with one or you're just going at it hand to him. You know Hinton. Combat no weapons. Boom Jiu Jitsu Javanese Jitsu so same are fighting at some period it also developed went further. There's a period called the Edo period Japan from sixteen o three to eighteen sixty eight. Were Only Samurai could have swords so imagine. You're in Nisa futile land. There's these different shogun leading different Families are or houses of the Samurai. And they're all fighting for power where there's one show going to charge but there's you know you're you don't have a sword and you can't have the good weapons and sometimes I would dare say that probably led to people abusing their power so unarmed techniques makes became popular in Japan and so that built on the already existing Combat Focus Jujitsu where other folks developed it so they could defend themselves against the Samurai higher against other folks that could have swords when they could not that however would start to come to an end as in the eighteen sixties the shogun on was replaced by an empress. Shogun is the head. Samurai of all the different Samurai clans united not of the head of the clan and depend on how that goes to an emperor right so the one that has you know ordained to be in charge of of Japan and probably the best the equivalent of this that. I'm familiar with. I'm a movie Guy Right. As the last Samurai around that time period the Samurai are still very traditional and by the eighteen seventies. They were actually banned right. And that's really they show. There was that one scene where the young Samurais walking with Tom Cruise. The you know the army officer there to consult. And he has his hair cut off in and they're fighting and they charge at the end right. So that's kind of that time period in the eighteen seventies when the Samurai actually outlawed in so need to make a change again to the art. Because now there's not hand to hand combat going on between Samarai the unarmed techniques become more popular for the populace. And so if you're an Unemployed Samurai but you have really good and and combat skills. You could make some money teaching other people on combat skills right and so that's a big change as for Jujitsu there and shortly after this in this next chunk of time is going to be the eighteen hundreds to the president and this is going to focus on judo or kind of Jujitsu Soooo. And I'll have this graphic. I should put together that shaped like a pyramid. So the base being those really ancient techniques. Jujitsu judo or Kana just doing them Brazilian Zun just two and I'll share this on the people process progress dot com website. So you can take a look at it. Give me your opinion. Let me know on facebook at the same name. People Process says progress twitter instagram at panel cagey so love to hear from your or email me at people process progress Jimoh DOT com. So now.

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"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"What would you say is the minimum. I don't even know if this is a fair question. The minimum that somebody should train you know is going one. Day is better than nothing. Don't want one hundred percent but what is the minimum that somebody who really wants to be serious about. You should look into as far as training say three times a week okay so good number times a good number but try to get that as much as one thing that I like to say. I don't mind this even fewer late for class. Goals still go. It's not a respectful. It's bad going not going. and I tell my students I. I don't care how late you are. As long as you come right. You know because it's the least you're showing up right there. So I say three times. A week will be the great number. Do is a week is good. Okay goodbye not number three times a week. It's everybody three times a week. It's a great number two good. One of the things were down here a little bit but one of the things that you've said before we hit record is that you said you know. God didn't give me many talents existence. He said he he said I hope he told me that I hope you find Ju. Jitsu her so I mean. Do you really feel like you really feel like you. Were born born to do this. Call to do this. That God gave you this ability on two percent one hundred percent. I joke about that told the joke is because it cannot change a fricking lightbulb. We sell to break in the thing I'm Talia. I'm Tara by me. I write I can draw a straight line. You have a token of my wife. I call my wife for the terrible terrible so Joe Kelley about that. Whatever we are dead and was ready to come to deserve you. You Know God look at me and say hey kid going to give you one gift. I hope you find it a gift to because if adult you screw find indicators so I one hundred percents but I'm not talking G to it's as a- competition level like Oh. The greatest competitor right Madel get rescue rusty medals gets rusty and nobody remembers. I'm thousand cores. Nobody remembers beside myself sure. Nobody remember the gift that I think think projects that I got these gifted people that I have and I do believe to have this Jujitsu gift because I love teach people. Oh that's my gift. I logged teach people lava to Bassett to people what you do to has done for me. Show people how much it is martial art can't change someone's life and can change your life trust. You can't it's a great martial. Art Is great style. It's a great lifestyle type. Thanks so that's I think the gift that I have is strategic binoche. Look on the competition great compare nothing like that to spread to the drew jitsu right. That's what I like it yeah well. I can tell I mean obviously you have an act for a you've been doing it for a long time and I can just tell like permeates from from you into into your student and so I I I'm crazy about that. I can talk about your GPS like whole day. I love that can leave. We felt yeah yeah well. I want to ask you a couple of questions the first one I did Pratt before a little bit and that is what does it mean to be a man. You know it's funny. the answer. It's a hot dry insulated means to be a man for me. It's what I think. You'd be a good example. You know you be a good example for everyone when that surrounds you. You have people look at you. Don't looking up to you that you don't leave. Imagine the looking up cheer you were my be someone's role model and what I believe being a man. It goes together for being a good human. Being you have to be a good example. You have chew. You know you have to act the way they preach so we FAC- I do. You have to like that so I believe being a man. It's being a very a good example for Luke Up. G Your kids your wife. Your family your co workers. You know the guy who gets the coffee every single day. I think that's a good example. You'll be a man should be a good person and I you know that's what I try to be every single day. Every person that I talked to me doesn't Matter Baltimore Jujitsu Life I. I always liked to leave depression when they see me the first time and when it comes together with I think you know it's not because you are men who don't have true smile. I think he's my oh break. Adores break ice. Sometimes you look at someone you know in just Salinas mild clouds. This all takes just a little smile breaks everything in my opinion a lot of well. You're you're a man..

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"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

11:38 min | 1 year ago

"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"Order DOT com slash iron council but now let's get back to my conversation with the Deco I wanNA pivot and shift gears a little bit because I know a lot of the guys listening have known a little bit that I that I'm against stepping into the World Jiu Jitsu on the early part of my path and I've gotten a lot of questions in feedback in guys who want to get involved with Jitsu so I thought we could spend some time talking with the the fun. I imagine you don't WanNa talk on you started with you said one student one student. Where did that student come from. He was so when I moved to hear one. One guy had a school and he said that he had a thirty student thirty forty. I don't remember right okay then he moved to Florida Florida. I took over thirty. was three students really which to quit so it's pretty much one issue. Dave I think he was saying and there was thirty but that was thought he was lying lying because he wants someone to take his school because he had to pay rent. Oh I hope so you didn't buy it but you saw I kinda like he laughed and you can go with you assume the lease and all that much now. I know other starry so look my eyes when I came in when I moved to. He told me he's rancher. He used to ranch space inside offer naughty school right and he had an agreement with the guy so the space is supposed to be four hundred dollars a month so when he moved move up to a hundred so so when I went to pay the four hundred to the person that I always say hundred Watt Zakho Yeah I don't WanNa say the guy's name. It's like yeah. He told me he no. He knew he knew that when he was moving to Florida. I was going to way hunter. I said he never told me so. I ended up like you know I told him. I can't pay a campaign so they got kicked me out so one is chewed had he. He's a dentist in he owns a dentist office office and he had a small space on his basement and he's like hey. If you want we can move the school to my basement. You know in his like charge you three hundred dollars a month for that space and you can run the classes. There is like at least you having me into weekend. Do private classes you know years later. He became a partner faulkner my good friend my wife is actually they assistant and works for him. Oh is that part of the family law some guy that isn't it yeah yeah yeah. That's actually follows you follows you east Graham if he listens to the podcast small world awesome stuff is connected. It is or hundred percent yeah so when somebody's getting involved with you or has some desired at least try it and maybe go to a class or two what what would you suggest that they they look for first time due to shore or yeah yeah first time so if someone you. WanNa get involved in the in the ward of Jujitsu not to let go by steps what I tell when people like here. I got one hundred people. Ask them in these short so what I tell them number one everybody that it's going. I WanNa Start Your G. two in that. I've been teaching for twenty twenty five years meeting in what I found. Is this everybody that I come through my door. They come from many differential eases. They WANNA call me because they want to lose weight too because they don't have nothing better to sounds funny but but it he still guys say man. I have nothing to do with my life. I'm trying to my kids in college and all my business is doing so well in all the time with my wife doesn't want them at home Tom. I want to try this thing. I it's crazy a lot of gas listen I I want. I want so they come in because they need some. I think so it's million different reasons but they stay far on one reason in that's what I what did they find inside that school. It's not a teacher. It's the family that group atmosphere they get so attracted to that group that that Camaraderie Canada Camry. That's hardware me every day meese that when they had a home if they I swim. I don't know if that happens to yet. Oh I was like man I know Dick. I know the guys are there but the classes at seven. Oh but everyone gets that at six thirty. I am so you go early happens to your absolute happens all the time so what held them what are they when they go trajan school so they are looking for the jets. They're going to have their reasons but they're going to start trust me. They're gonNA stay one reasonable what they find ing. They're a good teacher. Arkady stricter sometimes it's not the batts competitor is the best teacher is not the best of the best each. I think yeah I think that's a common misconception. I think just because somebody is is a great practitioner does not translate necessarily into them being a great instructor one hundred percent one hundred percent in Matt Great Great batters great athletes in my life that the Golden Beach any injury Roy Darryl the same way they match average guys in the school and they were debased. Peter's that I ever see interesting very fun about that so album to number one look for a good school. When you go to the good schools go we open minds and see. You know what you're doing and see few fit if that's what you're looking for because if you're not happy you won't like it retreat so you have it. You'll be happy in the place that you are. It's funny because as I started Ju Jitsu I went to school back. Where I was in Grade School. I had a friend there but I never really felt like it was my place you will and then we moved here to Maine and came here and started training with Pete and Bryan and the rest of the guys and immediately felt like this is my play. That's what I like right. I can see that it's one hundred percent in. I I have have people that had come to my school and I have a very successful school and some people come there in three months later. They come to me and the like you know I wanNA quit. I went in. I can see that I did not feeding what I tell them. We don't quit look for another place. Maybe here. You're what you're looking for is that why do you think those types. Those people you're talking about. Is that why they're leaving is because they don't fit or they don't like it. What is the a common reason somebody would throw in the towel because his heart yes I took. I don't want to say too hard because it looks like it's hard you. You have to leave your ego at the door is not comfortable. It's not about comfortable. You're going to hate you going to tap for people that going to be so mad because you were so used to like. Maso ever sure she used to be so feeding and what you do yeah successful when everything that you done in your life you are so successful. Trust me Judy to Putin check. That's the beauty of digital so it's hard. You need to give yourself time. You have it. You'll be humble and understand that you be very hard. I expect people people see me and I told the too many people scam when they look at me. They talk they listen. Don't forget I start like your bright. Everybody somewhere I did a stock like how I am to the struggles that you have now I had to. I had a semi think I hated that sweat dropping my face and then I hate to have if somebody's face array right in your face you know we just got to keep moving in humble except to the facts you know in the walking looking for work to change that yeah that's what I usually tell everyone. I really like the community in general because I I have yet to have met and I'm sure alerts outliers but I've yet to have met somebody who isn't willing to help instruct teach guide and I imagine a lot of that is because you don't get to your level full where even having five years or ten years you don't get to that level unless you've gone through what I personally am. Experiencing right. Now is a new practitioner one hundred percent so they remember man. I remember what is like to to be frustrated or discouraged and here's what I did to come over and so there's just a lot of that the encouragement although it's it's it's interesting because you are trying to hurt other people and yet. I was thinking about it. your. I have guys who you know. They're we're trying to hurt me but then they're encouraging me to get better so they can't hurt me and then we go back to them wanting to hurt me again. It's crazy tap domain when tap like this then he catch live. That's the feeling that's the feeling that's the feeling in what I love. Indrajeet in in these what you said the how helpful people are yeah and they tell you hey man I done that. don't go into these roles change a little bit. It's okay but don't don't don't go in this week to turn the. It's a little easier this way yeah. That's what's the bill is. Tara like I think a beep some injuries we. We don't have that that at a guy like I'm not saying anything I went through that. You GotTa go through. I I haven't I'm again. I'm sure there's people view. They feel very few if you ask me. Have you met someone like that no that. I probably did but I can remember right. I can remember why why do you. Why do you think that is because it is a competitive environment by its very nature so why do you think that there isn't a lot of secrecy you see your. I'm going to withhold that style from you. There isn't isn't that although it is competitive in having a competitive advantage is obviously going to be advantageous so looking why why why is it working out like I will give the answer that it might not make sense. Make sense of my peanut is it's a family sport. You WanNA see your family's succeed. She wanted to do to US create a development by family. grace's family yeah. That's why I think they went to help each other so much to grow. Oh that's why they say you know we in Georgia to enjoy a family enjoyed that family environment. I believe that's why you don't find many people like that. You find people that yeah look Barents. You know sometimes you get enough love. you know and you're going to find people school. That's GonNa give you the tough law now but he's GonNa give off. You know when they you wonder why you're doing that. They want you to develop. They want you to get out so that's my biggest believing Jujitsu it in that. I think that's a track to me a lot. It's the family idea. It's a family. It's a family. It's a family spots sounds great sounds but it's a family created yeah years and years ago and like family they fight to you know but at the end the together they ended there like if they needed charter they know they can count on each other other. I think that's a I think that's a point. That's how I look..

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"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"This is your life. This is we do our this is who you will become at the end of the day and after all said and done you can call yourself a man and gentlemen what is going on today. My name is Brian mcclair. Holst and download the podcast and the movement that is over man a welcome you Roger Tuning in regards so how long you been tuning in and listening and being involved with this mission and the movement and the movement is to reclaim and restore masculinity in a society that seems to be increasingly seemly dismissive of it. We've got this podcast. We've got tomorrow's PODCAST. which an ask me anything episode? We've got Fridays podcasts. which is some ramblings from me throughout the week? We've got our exclusive brotherhood the Iron Council. We've got a facebook group. Were getting heavily heavily involved in Youtube. I mean we've got it all. So if do you want to find out more about what we're up to just search the interwebs in you won't have a hard time finding anything about what we're all about and what we're doing specifically with regards to this podcast. I'm interviewing the world's most successful men these are scholars athletes New York Times bestselling authors entrepreneurs warriors basically any man who has an interesting getting story now in a valuable perspective to share with regards to how he accomplished what he's been able to accomplish and then of course it's my job to distill that information. Get it to you you so that you can take that ten. Apply it in your own life and become a more effective father her husband business owner community coach. Whatever facet of life you're interested in. I've got got a great one lined up with Deco today. We're GONNA get into that in just a minute but speaking of Deco. He is a partner with origin and I know I've talked a lot about origin. These guys is do Brazilian. Jujitsu rash guards keys a lifestyle apparel Denham They've got their boot lineup which is coming online very very quickly. I'm telling you guys if you WANNA get on this very limited I run for these boots that they're making you better you better follow them on social media and be connected with them and their email updates rates because that's how they're going to announce it in addition to that they've got their supplemental lineup with. Jaakko to the Joint Warfare Super Krill will discipline discipline go the mock which is a protein supplement and then Brian over at origin showed me something. I didn't even know they had it's called cold old war and it's a vitamin C supplement essentially of if you get those are little cold or whatever it may be that it's going to help you fight that off a little bit better and and equip your body to be able to handle those things so I'm definitely gonNA check that one out but check it all out. Origin main is an estate main origin main DOT COM and regardless of what you decide to pick up over there. Use The code order..

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"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Between the Slides

Between the Slides

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Between the Slides

"I've benefited from some roles or from classes even just the warm up in classes because of in better shape so by the time we get to halfway through the drills gas out like you know some other folks and when we're rolling i have a little more in the tank so even if <hes> you know i'm i'm stuck in someone's got me inside controller matters that have got that extra to get out of it <hes> sometimes they don't sometimes they do not make good choices the night before whatever <hes> but by and large i really try and make sure that my fitness supplements mitra jitsu and vice versa. It makes a huge difference <hes> over the past year. I've definitely also new had self doubt about jitsu. They don't mean that it works because that's that's a tried and true thing it definitely does. I mean about modules about me in the space jujitsu about half out so good here and then i go to a tournament and anxiety gets me a knife like forget everything in a tunnel vision and i'm like man may maybe i'm horrible at this and then i get better in to train more and then having again the second tournament in got beat so <hes> and then some days you'll have a great role with folks and you'll just be you super comfortable rolling on top. They go one way you just go with it. You're you're fluey or just you just feel like man. I feel great. You get to help other folks that are a little bit but newer than others you just get absolutely hammered by folks that the previous class or the previous week you very dominant west so that cycle i love okay. What am i doing in my failing getting any better and you get this plateau and i've heard about this and i've watched the videos my wife sick and watching youtube videos about jujitsu. She's like gypsies the on again like you know but but it gets when you really like it and you stick with it never lived with for years but <hes> pretty regularly pretty mental and physical investment in them and so you know what i would say for me is that for sure you're going to be horrible at first and and on certain days and then it'd be great another days in that self doubt you just gotta take achot and fight from the bad place both mentally and physically and then do the best that you can in class and just try to maintain that positive outlook. It's just like anything else. You're not always is going to be the best project manager in the company this week or the best operation section chief thousand the incident all the time. You're going to have tough times the same thing jitsu or even more because at the same time um you have to use your mind thinking about what someone else is. Doing you have to use your body physically <hes> pretty even if you're doing a light role pretty taxing seeing way and so use that self doubt to go note okay. Here's here's what i need to look at in focus on and that kind of thing and i think it will it'll really help you up and part of that self doubt has to do with if you'll see belt promotions or stripes or this that and think man. I'm pretty good compared to a lot of these folks that i see getting stripes or promoted or in you go. Whoa what what am i missing. What am i doing. Am i am and i mentioned this before muscling it. Do i not have the technique but i use technique and i do pre well against those folks that do.

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"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Between the Slides

Between the Slides

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Between the Slides

"Try and use your natural gifts because you don't know the skills <hes> i still do that to some extent though a mentally you know for the past few months. It's really starting to try and <hes> used jujitsu not be a muscle guy <hes> but early on in intro. I had my thumb out hurt that so you're you're gonna get hurt. There's a chance that something's going to get tweet your muscles. Your knee your ankles. I've had thumb <hes> my knee. That's been tweak a little bit and then gotten better through being smart and i'm forty five years old. I started world's forty four definitely on the random starting to do to compared to most even though i know there's folks that are way older than me that started <hes> and then i got my first bout of california in the past few weeks <hes> from shooting in squeezing out of chokes those kind of things and swelled up did like four drains those kind of things home heading down the headgear that i mentioned mentioned earlier to just try and prevent that so that's something i wanted to do <hes> but definitely something that's smart to do it. It's it's not fun. It hurts <hes> now. <hes> <hes> you know we'll have a little bit of that so mitigated or treated that rather than mitigate it could still happen but treated that a little bit but one thing that's reality of jitsu my first years injuries <hes> the other thing is especially being a mid forties guys recovery so you have to set time for recovery so i used to train a couple times a week during the week and then do it opened matt on saturday. Now i do monday wednesday friday very consistently <hes> in the mornings for gay and then a couple of mats and so what i'll do is do monday wednesday friday and then tuesdays and thursdays exercise yes and then maybe an open matte depending on how feeling how much you know. How much did i use strength instead of in the last class and you know did a have kind of the friendly friendly grudge match with the other person about my level or that kind of thing so that it's part of this that you get into and that's cool thing too. I like you'll get regular partners where you're both keeping each other on us where they will catch you and you catch them and <hes> or some days you feel super dominant and then another like what am i forget everything just as my first day <hes> and again being new but what what i have to think about a recovery is <hes> my muscles are going to be a little more sore lot more sore than the younger folks and enrolling with i do want to supplement strength in cardio so it helps my jujitsu but they also need to make sure that i have time hydrated and i have better nutrition. I don't stay up late the night before. Don't have a couple extra glasses. This is the wine some times before when they go to class the next day or exercise the next morning and just you got to be smarter especially if you're older on an even young folks so it's just doing that because you'll get a lot more out of it. When you're fresh crash in the class sort of the huge reality is you have to have you don't have to start brazilian jujitsu with the level of fitness. You can start it and it will help you get that level of fitness. I always say because it hit me smack in the face and i was in pretty good shape when i started that there's cardio fitness in jujitsu fitness. When you use all your muscles plus you're breathing reading plus. Your minds freaked out when you don't know anything and even when you do know a little bit more <hes> it's taxing and using every part of your body mentally and physically and so you have to start with with a good base and <hes> or or sorry get a good base so if you're just starting on the days that you're not taking class and you're not earning a fitness routine go for a walk start jogging. Do some push ups do some mm supplemental thing because having some extra strength some more gas in the tank will make a huge difference <hes> i've benefited from some roles or from classes even just the warm up in classes because of in better shape so by the time we get to halfway through the drills gas out.

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"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Between the Slides

Between the Slides

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Between the Slides

"I got a baby right ankle so and mouthguard for sure. Take some getting used to it if you haven't worn a mouthguard and other sports before it may get you at first but that to me is a huge resource. If you've been a a wicked fight for someone trying to ruin a job. You're do something where the grinding your teeth to your face. Mouthguard is is huge and then you've gotta flip flops or sandals. You don't wanna get pu feet from going to the bathroom barefoot. That's gross <hes> and you could slip them on and off when you get water or going to the man or something like that. <hes> communication is signing integrating signing system. Just you know greeting your instructor. When you come in <hes> you know doing the the clapping happen bump before you roll. That's that's the standard look at every jujitsu video before you know most matches at all levels and you'll see that that's that's pretty cool thing and then in vindication be thankful be thankful to the newer person that that tapped you 'cause you let yourself get caught to the you know certainly the folks that are above you and helping you get better joe so now it's september two thousand nineteen. It's nine months since i recorded that <hes> i've got quite a bit more experience from the standpoint that still new right as a wipeout you still very new in in this game. <hes> i've got a lot more roles gonna couple tournaments <hes> and so have gotten a feel for what it's like in the gym. It's like an tournament and so amtrak with those. I would say my objectives are for the most part. Though i definitely get caught with mayo was out when it shouldn't you know i am very actively beacon frames <hes> and meaning when someone's inside control there on top of me or something like that of trying to keep them up and always kind of do that <hes> protecting my neck you know at some point when you're going to get the people that are better the new you can try and protect your car you want and it's going to get caught <hes> but pretty active in doing that <hes> so so trying to sound there and i'm definitely lose often learn from it so steph that one is pretty easy to accomplish. I think my organization. I'm certainly respectful instructors in the upper belts <hes> at their you know their as well resource wise where mouthpiece this every time we roll. I've extra started to wear headgear. What's get into a little bit feel super weird <hes> do best to clean my uniform idea as soon as possible well after a role because for those of you that that practice ju jitsu it's like you know you jumped in a swimming pool your sweaty especially we do a couple of extra rounds and you. Do you know four four five six rounds after class three days a week or you know after one class you just suk and wet so young goes back to that great car here that brazilian jujitsu gives you <unk> definitely have plenty of braces from knees ankles things like that <hes> and the flipflops communication wise. I'd say i'm doing okay with that. I communicate pre-world my instructors with i think could have communicated better with destructors before just asking you know how doing what am i missing a minute missing. A ton of soft is ah wipe out but you know to kind of gauge and that's part of the reality of it. We'll get into before you're always going to gauge yourself against others and that's part of the challenge and what i think is a great thing about brazilian jiu jitsu. The two is you're gonna do that but then you also have that other voice it's like hey you're here for you so don't worry about that. Why did they strike. Why didn't he get a stripe or all that kinda often so i'll jump into that here in a second but i think communication wise definitely could have <hes> and try to continue communicating with my instructors better better about who i i am and how i'm doing in jujitsu so what i want to show now is what's what are some of the realities that i've noticed in my first four year so from what i started last september and i started the last late spring actually or summer <hes>.

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'Be Like Water' is Your New Mantra

Between the Slides

03:01 min | 1 year ago

'Be Like Water' is Your New Mantra

"Be like water making its way through the cracks so my two cents on that is to really fight to be malleable in life with the good with the bad and i have had my share of the good and the bad <hes> personally professionally on my own with my spouse with my family. Many of you have as well so that's the challenge right so water. We've seen it look at the rain. It comes down your sidewalk goes into the cracks at finds worded get somewhere through the odds of falling from the sky thousands of feet in the air hitting your sidewalk to finding a path to go down the cracks but it finds a way in a lot of the times in our lives. It is supra warming just like a huge rainstorm where it's like. Where's that water to go that overflows the cracks and and you know it'll be hard at times. Sometimes it'll be crystal clear. I've had times recently with my children have a twelve eight and six year old boys. Sometimes it's super super heart of where that water with emotions going to go because it's it's super full because of what is going on whatever situation is sometimes. It's like hey look at them. They're upset. They're scared they don't understand. Let's let's bring get down. Let's let's talk through this. Let's work through it. Let's be like water rights as a personal thing sue professionally same thing right. Something could be going bad could be going off the rails at work whether you're on the street wearing those cargo pants and boots whether you're in a cube farm. It doesn't matter stress levels rules vary. There's different things that bring it up but the thing is how do you look at that situation. How do you look at those around you and how do you adapt to their face in their body language and how they're talking to you in the crack other voice or the fear in their eyes when they don't know what to do. You're there because they called nine. One one be like water give but adjusted the object and shout find a way around through it powerful stuff bruce. Lee was a genius man he he had a lot of folks in a super. You're talking about brazilian jiu jitsu of benefit for going on a year now so super new but being forty five have been around life for a bit right so i can apply that life to what to do on the mat store to do here my home to how i apply that and so when you think about that you knew find her around something through something and so when i first started this is your positioning power does not dictate seem success right so you just gotta blasts is through people or you're going to work through there. You're going to adapt. Do you have an ability to adapt to who are at the time and your teammates and support and it's our we're not the same exact people at any given point in time right.

LEE Six Year
The big news from Apple wasn't just new iPhones. Think Apple Watch

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:00 min | 2 years ago

The big news from Apple wasn't just new iPhones. Think Apple Watch

"The new apple iphones and apple watch are coming out the apple iphone x. s. and the latest edition of the apple watch four, we'll be coming out on Friday. It looks like so Trudell are you? I tried the apple watch. It just didn't work for me, man. I haven't gave it up my favorite thing about the upper watch you. If you can set your favorites menu, like on your phone to rotate on your as your watch face. So basically every time that I lift my hand or even turn around and turn over, it's a different picture, like my kids. Okay. My wife, I love that part of it. Just a nice thing. It's like having one of those, those rotating photo things, but always in front of your face. And it's like like the Herat monitor when I'm working out the text message things when you're driving. Yeah, it's it's what I would say is that it's it's nice to have, but it's definitely not necessary. Right? But it's It's it's. nice to have as as a as just sort of a little accompaniment on your hands. It's fine. Okay. Fair enough. And that's what's trending by the new one Sodano's trending what's trending on

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"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"No, it feels like he is going to kill me like we, you are fighting for your life when you've got a lapel collar wrapped around your neck multiple times. Yeah. Yeah. You feel you breathe. You can't move it stressful and and sometimes at least for me, that's doesn't change. Sometimes I go to that and I go to our school unified and I'll look at the mats and I'll go shit. I don't wanna go out that'll field man. I don't want to go out there today. The good thing is I never regret it right, but I, it's still a struggle. Sometimes you're because it's uncomfortable. It's not fun. Sometimes it's a battle out there. You know, I loved dean Lister today. So dean Lister is Jaakko has his black belt through dean Lister, n- and dean Lister instructed today. And one of the guys in the circles kind of acuity session and it was a smaller guy. And he said, hey, why a smaller guy. And so when I tried this standing head and arm triangle, you know, I'm not telling for whatever you know and and deans response to that is that's not good, and it's not bad. It is what it is, and there's no such thing as like, oh, you don't have the right body type, right? If you're if you have long legs, you have an advantage and you might have some disadvantages. Are you short? Awesome. You might have some advantage. And you might have some disadvantages and jitsu in life men, and I think it's the same. I think it's the same way. I think it's back to what you're saying earlier. It's so easy for us to look at our lives and go. You know, that wasn't handed to me or my parents didn't set me up for success as young or I didn't go to call whatever the scenarios are. We look at our past and we think, oh disadvantage instead of saying, oh, no, I have an advantage or some advantages to your situation, right? There's some aspects of how you were raised that are a huge advantage, but it's up to us to say, okay, I'm going to change my game or I'm gonna change my life for who I am being to take advantage of those things that have been given to me and void and no might weaknesses right in a just how I live life to avoid those weakness. That's why that's why I've really been enjoying jujitsu is because it's an analogy for life that it really is. I mean everything about it when it comes to a don't wanna step on the mat today. Okay. Sometimes you don't want to go into work. Sometimes you don't want to have a difficult conversation with your wife. Sometimes you don't wanna talk to that client and you go do it anyways. And sometimes you're sore right sometimes in real life, you're mind's not right. Sometimes your tired, sometimes your exhausted and yet you do it anyways and sometimes you don't wanna be naked standing on the mat would anyway. Sometimes you wanna see naked. There are certain situations. That's why that's why like it. That's why enjoy it. That's why I came out here and it has exceeded my expectations. And you'll, it was interesting too, as I started thinking about rank advancements and there's all all different levels here from from the guys that have never rolled before. There's guys who's here further first day as multiple guys raise their hand. It was he's got that. And then we've got guys who have literally been practicing the art for thirty years, four years old timers, and I started thinking about it right now. I work out specifically, would you jitsu once a week. We do hear the camp. We do three sessions a day, and by the time this is all said and done. It'll be. It'll be. Six six days. So eighteen sessions. So some of these guys training in between. Yeah. So essentially what I'm getting here in a week is four months of my default current trade training schedule four months. So for me, I'm thinking, well, this this white belt to a stripe to multiple strives to blue belt and so on is not a matter of time. It's a matter of experience and we can collapse the time by getting more experience in the same timeframe grew. That's that's actually seeing that now is really interesting, and it makes me want to ramp up my schedule a home and it's and it's funny we were talking about this over lunch about, I think I made a comment to someone about, you know, oh, why are more guys come in from our schools?.

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"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"I wrestled for like a year like a year and a half two years in high school. And I guess this has something to do with that, but it's, it's just frustrating. You know, we have a guy that's Littler or or a female even and she's working over. He's working over and it's like man, like I rolled with his guy the other day, and he's a blue belt and he's he's part of the orders. Well, and he put me in a move that I couldn't even I couldn't move like I felt so helpless. I felt helpless pin down. No, no, no. Like he was rolling me to another side. I can't even articulate what the role with the move was, but he was unrolling me to another side and you had like my leg and my arm was crimped dumbed her and I couldn't like plant and I couldn't like shift my way because the way you had me and he just like I was a little rag doll dislike bunk and had me like it was so frustrating. It's it's, it's amazing in it's good, and it's been a long time since me as a grown man has had to exert any amount. Out of physical effort. I mean really know like I go to the gym and work out, but it's different when you're trying to survive. Sure, yeah. And so it's been a long time since I've had that. So it's so good for me in burns entering energy and it makes me feel good. And at the same time, it's frustrating. Yeah. Yeah, I can relate to that. I the first time I trained with Leo dollar for the jujitsu guys listening, you'll know Julio Dallas. He's the. Professor for Loyd Irving in house as living in DC doing some work for the department of defense, and I stepped into their gym and we do some instruction and it's open Matt time, and there's a small Asian lading. She's like, you wanna train, I'm thinking, oh, really? Really edgy. Superhero Austrailia, totally. Or were you like, no, I'm not even gonna know. I was like, yeah, yeah, sure. Let's train. We slapped hands you. I don't know what it is. Been jujitsu culture. There's a little bit of a slap in buff. Yeah, right fist-bump. Yes, slap and then bump and about two seconds after that bump. I'm like looking around. I have no idea. She is, and she's on my back and she's choking me. Really? Yeah. Like instantly like how. How long ago was this last week? No. Welby. This few years back when I was a white belt. Okay. And and she was a blue belt, but I thought too, I'm like small, she's she's a woman. I'm gonna destroy. I'll take it easy on her, not even had a chance to take it easy. There was like the first contact we had was the bump in. And then also to my neck is getting choked. Right? That crazy. And it just opens your blows your mind, you think, oh my gosh, this is a love this, like I love it and hate it. I love it, but man, sometimes you're right. Like what you're saying, you feel hopeless. You feel completely vulnerable. I don't know if I feel hopeless though, because I do believe that I'll get better. I haven't been homeless in the moment. Sure. Sure moment, right. There's nothing I can do last night. You know, if you're choking me out with my own key. Yeah, and it's your hopeless in the moment, but it's not a hopelessness of the sport itself. Yeah, I agree. I agree. So what is, how do you feel like, well, how long have you been training now? Three months. Three months? Yeah. So do you have you seen that progression all you've started hundred percent? Yeah, yeah, absolutely. Because starting to get a little offense to you a little offense. I think there's a couple of what you taught me a more of a defensive strategy last night. That felt really good. I'm like, oh, this actually feels really good because there's all sorts of defenses and things like that. You showed me was pretty good guard. So that was good. I initially when I started, I'm strong enough that I can get somebody who's has the same level of experience. And I understand wait enough because of the wrestling experience that I can. I can get any superior position. But initially I was like, now, what do I do you like?.

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"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"For the boston live show for chip chipper since the answer is zero hall muggy rolled out walks right into this sold out walked right fuck it into and no tickets matt i don't so that well listen to me syrup ej dot com and listen people if you take anything away from that viral video is that you should be trained and you should be training brazilian jiu jitsu year under a year of training you could have done exactly what i did to that fucking idiot then that that you could have controlled ad that guy so listen to me it's up to you you wanna superpower about making you learn how to feel more confident about yourself getting better shape and and the and you they get a better swagger i listen that's all i wonder how it a fucking just as your everybody should train jimmy day shift i i would take him you know what i love you know what i love that that jimmy knows mother fucker he don't get me off the phone it worked it worked i c monday man all right well i was just good show i mean thank you junior and thank you to chad i'm really have we got mad on for the picks yeah it was a fun show and our listen man have i don't forget to tune in this saturday night on it's on fox and what a great great card this really good eddie weiland darren elkins fighting on the justice scoggins against is set or side number about i think it's made off yeah and that's cousin cousins are you liz car mussa's i jennifer maya relation damien i'm naming okay really just by the way against jodi sql that was the fight that was supposed to take place utica where she got hold because the chaplain or whatever she's getting there that fight was reschedule yeah it's a really good card actually excellent car thanks chris yeah thank you right back.

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"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"brazilian jiu jitsu" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I do yeah now we're done crown us now we're done crown us man that was a great great moment so i've gotta ask yet again where you at mikey because you know where to find me i just do not know where to find you what's up mike you know what time it is you know when the smack off is where yet mike now to be the best you've got to beat the best in brad and corona knew exactly where they aim his twenty fifteen smack off call the very next year and quick sports i was trolling around to wikipedia page earlier i wanted to bring something everyone's attention this is true in is a purple belt in brazilian jiu jitsu purple belts dude knew he was gonna fight people for a living and he couldn't even be bothered to get a brown belt all you have to do to get from purple to brown is just have your mom keep driving you to the lessons you know pay the money for the brown belt and then like smash a couple boards with your cauliflower ear and you're good don't be such a quitter dude you think you're a shadow of your former self okay you're cool and edgy about ten years ago that time has passed now you're the andrew dice clay of the smack off kirby vickery mike kennedy was but you're not backing and corona he only calls once a year and it's more than enough isn't it because he shows up like that every single year that was given all the heat that he was packing if you thought that brad was going to let shales rap from that twenty fourteen calls slide you in jail had a 'nother thing coming mike and andy please listen to this because i'm going to be brutally honest with you the first three minutes of your smack off call last year you know the part you did by yourself.

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