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Sylvester Stallone Joins ‘The Suicide Squad,’ Director James Gunn Confirms

Pop Culture Leftovers

00:24 sec | 5 months ago

Sylvester Stallone Joins ‘The Suicide Squad,’ Director James Gunn Confirms

"It. Looks like they don't want this to come out stallone posted about it but they taken it down but it looks like dude. It looks like there's some weight behind this stallone could be james gunn suicide squad. We know that james that semester stallone was in guardians of the galaxy volume two. We know that these guys have a working relationship. This make sense

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"jiu" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast

The Pilot Network Podcast

05:43 min | 6 months ago

"jiu" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast

"Tpn. What is up? It is I M you hunt here with another pilot Network touching go today. Who knows when this is going to be released but it doesn't really matter. It's on a little older article that I found dead. And I really liked and I wanted to chat with you all about it not waste too much of your time. First foremost. I wanted to shamelessly plug the new tpn hats. That's right. If you're interested, you can hit matter I up or go to the pilot network.com as that is developing. You'll be able to order these and they'll be shipped straight to you. There's a couple other styles on there as well a couple of trucker hats with the Snapback thing a couple of other cool looks so and they're not looking cooler. Anyways, I wanted to for those of you who are listening on the podcast go to YouTube The Pub Network channel and check it out subscribe to everything that we do because then you get more cool free stuff and you can also have the opportunity to participate in way more awesomeness. That is the pilot wage. Anyways, that's not why you're here. You're here to hear me talk I suppose. Anyways, I wanted to give a shout out. This is this company is not affiliated with us in any way shape or form, although. I wish they were and this is an invite for them to freely join us on the podcast or in any way at the pilot Network. It's bracket Black Rifle Coffee Company. First of all, I like their coffee, but the thing that I really enjoy is there coffee or die, blog site and informational posting capabilities blog magazine stuff. So I I brol Brazilian jiu-jitsu. I haven't for a while because of covid-19 pregnant wife. I decided to keep a happy home and abstain until babies here and healthy some people agree with me some people don't but that's my decision and I'm sticking to it. I'm pretty happy about it right now. But when I do get back to the mats, I have a reason wage Uh, if you go to coffee or Jiu-Jitsu that's jiu, Jiu Jitsu police reform backslash. You will see a great article written by Joshua Scoville and this will be in the show notes and I'm going to cross post it on the Facebook group page and in on the Facebook page and our community group, it's not a VPN produced item, but it doesn't matter because there's some great information in here about Jujitsu and I like oh and I think some of our folks out there and TPM land role as well. The the title of this is is Jiu-Jitsu the best step towards police reform one LAPD veteran think so since May 13th 2020. So there's a lot of great information here from a black belt in Jiu-Jitsu who's also got a black belt in Judo as well as a lot of hand competitive training and it's really interesting job. Stuff, but that's not what I'm wanting to talk about..

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Fostering A Culture In Talon - With Sean Zhang - CEO & Cofounder at Talon Esports

BIG Esports Podcast

06:25 min | 7 months ago

Fostering A Culture In Talon - With Sean Zhang - CEO & Cofounder at Talon Esports

"Really true. So what other question then see said that you're operating seven different teams is that will under the banner or multiple different brands. It's all under the talent umbrella. The only one that's slightly finished the PSG talent league of legends team in Taiwan but they're all under the talent umbrella we have. The same consistent approach when it comes to remain performance management approaching. The second half of this year has actually been incredible. The games that we're in we're close to being I or delivering championships super excited by. But yeah, it's all under the talent umbrella consistent sort of performance management. and. That's why we've been able to have good results across all titles verses like. Other teams might sponsor teams where they basically have existing teams and just whack the logos onto it but we're not believe is that because we feel like you know the culture that you drive the value that you drive and the ideas around the philosophy. I think us to be controlled by us because that's the value that we provide. Right. So for example, we have the play come in I. Want Him to be able to think all the team I want him to be able to take feedback I want him to be somewhat humble and I want him to have the good work ethic because if you don't have those things as know as well like you know doing a lot of sport, Jiu Jitsu and weightlifting if you don't have those basic things in sport and the same in East sports. Impossible to be successful, and so for us, it's like we want to control that and also having we've made the mistake before just sponsoring teams then just like we can't control likes. How often their training? What time they waking up other following systems because often they're not and then you get really mixed results since we found that doing it ourselves, controlling it ourselves without coaches are sort of systems that we have in place to control things. Is actually a lot better because it reads a lot more consistency just one of the main thing. Interesting yeah I mean it you know it's obviously worked for guys pretty well in illegal agents and I guess like. I think it's good study for anyone to look at like the golden five and six one point six with like Mayo and Cuban and lauded and pags era. You know these guys will except for Pasha. Those guys were together for the best part of Ten Years Hall Unin Pasture I think for maybe six or through everything through when there with A. Box when was vote as pro with whatever I say came from says one point six into sky and to retain like that you could say that a Lotta this strategy because they're attained wasted a lot when I was a semi pro player, their strategy was to make it a three v three situation always win because I been together for so long they synergy was so great. So in the clutches in the trays fully foles they in advantage when it comes to the situation, they are pips boot machine because otherwise like. It with my team Sammy pertain that I had in Australia without reaching those hots we always had trouble getting a fifth plan for exactly the same reason you talking about we had full people who are very on the same wavelength we were all massive nodes is in we used to study the game like mad more. So than anyone else in that Thomas especially and we very tight knit but we always had trouble finding that fifth and when we finally found that right fee who had skill to were able to qualify for a life whatever that we played, but it's interesting to say you're saying that you know it's the. It's definitely not the way that most teams attacking it. If if at all, they'll build it around one stop Playa saw an article come out from Tame sacred say saying if you were to do it again, would you do it the same way? He said Yep the way that I did it in the why do it again was? One of the best players in the world or the best poppy, and then it'd be able to tame around him and that's what we saying value right now you know they'll pick up. Ace Blitz Organization will announce the new roster, which is actually is one. Inside they're going to build around that I. Did. You know anyone else in the market doing what you guys are doing in that respect. In our region. I know I know like, for example, like the the Korean teams have very much orientated towards like. They find their own talent. In, talent out I think there's a good academy system. They're both fully legends and overwatch. I think within like Hong Kong Taiwan. In some but I think honestly, this sort of our our speed, let's say we take an example right? We got into that game November of last year. We got a first championship in the first six months we won the MSS which like a an event between Vietnam. We lost the final this time, which was a little bit disappointed qualified for well. If I, compared to some of the other teams should talk them a little bit but like. They've been around for like five seven years and never got a championship within the LMS or within the region, which is l. combined to become the yes and so i WanNa say think that what we're doing in. Like. It makes a difference because it shows that we're able to speed up very quickly and we were able to basically bring together a bunch of guys like the guys that we have with illegal. Of course, they gripe plays individually. Bebel meshed together into something that. They've been at previous teams like our juggler. Midland is we're at previous teams in the lms that never won championships, but they came here and they won championships and even overwatch team yesterday Korean contenders. Top of Group A we went through trials we came from Pacific where no nineteen bunch of players that people thought these guys will as bins and they played a big success. But came to us, and then we've been put our approach to coaching into it. Now, they like really would play collectively as an individual. So I think like for us one of the biggest things I think which is on his all the coaches that we hire like we get guys like want to die basically full the team and work incredibly hard. Also WanNa be like fathers. Because in the end, it's like if you look at it top coach, it makes everything difference and if we have the same philosophy around. Work work ethic ability to take feedback being humble. All those things just add up and I think. A lot of emphasis on that I think we've put a lot more emphasis than any other team at least within our. Region saying, Korea, a lot of teams are doing a really good job when it comes to Kademi building talent. Yeah I feel like. Just sponsoring the team. It's just like kids. Yeah. It's hot. You know this too much room for lock and in our business it's like we want to be able to deliver championship because right now at this stage when all the biggest sports team in the world where like to small to medium size one, one of the best. Methodologies is to deliver championship. Boca, seeing a lot more on that

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

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

06:05 min | 10 months ago

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

"And there's probably it's probably anew on getting one of those gyms will probably Joe with union probably enjoy it and have a good situation. Problem brought on then. We'll hey I want to ask you a couple of other other questions before we close things down the first one. What does it mean to be a man? You know this question. It's interesting. I've been asked this before and I've thought about it before, and it's different for everyone i. think that you know everyone has to come up with their own definition based on who they are because there it's it's very abstract things, but I. My archetype of a man is based upon the strong men that were in my life as a young man like My grandfather was the the one of the older men that I was closest to. He was the person that taught. taught me how to throw a baseball and took me to get swim lessons that we would go out of the country and you know, go fishing and that kind of stuff and you know. He had a scar from his neck down to his stomach. He served three tours in Vietnam. had been blown up and had shrapnel in them. He was a man that sacrificed for his family. He was a man that fought for stuff, even if it wasn't the most popular thing again wasn't a good war, but he was over. Over there any we had to do to protect his He was a platoon sergeant. Protect the guys that were in his platoon you know and he He sacrificed a lot for the family and did everything he could for the people around him, he was, she was a strong man in in that sense for me, because I felt like he was a guy that did it took. Did the things at work always fun or whatever and he took care of things My uncle was another sort of archetype in. In that sense where he, he was a builder, and he he would be, he took care of his family. He went to work and took of business You know he would put things into his own hands, and he would take care of business. He had to build something he built himself. You know what I mean. He had that mindset and so again all these different men in my life would sorta. Drop these things, but I think that it's worth for. Everyone is sort of take a little step back in. Themselves! What does it mean to be a man for you? Personally because I don't think that there's a end all definition I think it's one of those things where there can be lots of different things in all depends on us as people in what we believe. is what I think, but for me. There's a lot of different things but again. When I looked in, they come from the archetype of the men that were most impactful to me and one of the big things is is again with men we we have to sacrifice. We have to take care of our families. We have to We have two buildings. We have to do things in. Women can do these things to just fine, but we have to take care of things in that sense and I think that you know that's one of the big things because you know. When you think about men in in in like Ole Tribes Right. Old Tribal. Societies would always have to take men out, and they would have to teach them what it meant to be a man, so it wasn't something that they become a man. Women would would have their typically after their first You know period or whatever they would be party. She's becoming a woman. She now has the ability to give life and with the men who was. was always like. Look you guys are week. You're not ready to be a man's. We've gotTA show you what it means to be a man and it means that you gotta take care of business. You can't run away from your responsibilities. You have to take care of your family. You do all these different things and don't run away from the things. I think that's one thing. Thing that relax our societies are. We have a lot of men that are weak. They don't they don't stick around with their wives. They don't stick around with their kids. They don't stick around their families. They run at the site of something. That's uncomfortable. You know and I think that That's one of the things to me. That's not a good thing so anyway. I'm starting. Starting to rattle off, but it's A. It's a working definition for everyone I believe. Yeah, well I like that you're talking about sacrificing responsibility I also liked that you're talking about looking to other men who have gone before you that you admire and respect and look up to and that to some degree you try to emulate those qualities. I think that's a very powerful lesson there. All right brother well. How do we connect with you? Learn more about what you're up to. So, yeah me, and so if if anybody's interested in what I'm doing, so if Jujitsu, it's probably going to be juicy right so if you're interested in that kind of stuff, you can check my. Put? into the Internet just put it in. There If you want to check on Youtube on Youtube Ju Jitsu I sent out some emails Monday through Friday. If you WANNA, get on those and get some information. You can go to youtube dot net. That's my main website You can sign up, I'll give you a free little book on Ju then from. From there. You'll get some messages from me but again if you're just interested in seeing what I'm up to just put into Jitsu wherever you're out on the Internet, you'll probably find me somewhere right on. We'll single up state you I imagine at some point in the not too distant future. Hopefully we'll get together. We'll get some training in. That'd be really good. And I gotTA. Tell You I. appreciate everything that you are doing because I've learned a lot from you and it's helped my game and so I really appreciate you taking some time today, brother thanks a lot. Nice to meet your brother. We'll stay in touch. A gentleman, there you go my conversation with the one and only Nick Alvin. Aka Chewy I hope you enjoyed it. I like I. Don't care where you're. You're Jitsu journey. Maybe you haven't even started. Or. Maybe you're well down the path. Law further I am but I'll be value from this, and then you saw that there's some real. Obviously there's value in Nj Jitsu but there's there's hidden value. There's there's. Things that aren't readily seen that you can gain from practicing the art and the discipline I hope you will i. hope you'll Check out what he's doing. Connect with Nick on instagram youtube wherever you're doing. The socials connect with me. Let me know what you think. consider coming to origins immersion camp, which is in August you can check it out on their website origin main dot com. On potentially we can get a role in, but. Yeah Jujitsu been a big part of my life and I think you'll see wife. You have already dived into the world. Jiu Jitsu or are considering it then. You'll find out very quickly the. Broad appeal that Hass anyone's guess. We'll be back to morrow for our Freddie field notes, which is a tribute and dedication. The fathers so make sure you tune in for that. Make sure you subscribe you. Don't miss any of the PODCAST, and then we'll be back next week for more interviews and more discussions and everything else that We need to be able to be successful in this. In this crazy world? All right guys go out there. Take Action. Become the man you on, thank you for listening to the order of Man podcast. You ready to take charge of your life. Be More of a man you were meant to be. We invite you to join the order at quarter of Man Dot Com..

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

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

06:35 min | 10 months ago

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

"And as in warrior poets, Society Network. Our guys let me introduce you to my guest. His name is Nick Alvin you might be familiar with him as Chewy. He's like I said earlier Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt and I came across his work, as I was studying and learning and researching Jitsu that takes up some of my day I was GonNa say I'm ashamed to admit but I'm not because I get a little bit addicted. And obsessed over things so he there was a youtube channel that came across because he's got an incredible channel filled with ideas and strategies and insights tactics, the mindsets, a four, improving your game, and he's been indirectly instrumental. Helping me improve my game as I dive deeper. Down, the rabbit hole of something that like I said earlier has become a critical part of my week and life so gentleman. I hope you enjoy. I'd brother. We're live now. How are you going to see you? I'm I'm good man. How're you doing good? I think we've been connected in a roundabout way for I. Don't know maybe six months or year. Something like that, but I've really been inspired by what you do. especially as I got on my own. Jujitsu path so it's good to find the connect. Yeah, what got you into gypsum? Curious I had a friend of mine. I was in southern Utah bef- up until about a year ago and he had been training for. Roughly ten years or so, and he'd been talking to me about it over and over again, and then we started running some events together for order man for what we're doing. And we thought it'd be cool to sprinkle an element of Jujitsu into it, so said, come train, and so I got into, and then moved up here to Maine like about a year ago. And got connected with the origin crew, so train with those guys or at least I did until this whole corona virus fallout stuff. Connect. These guys up here don't. I know a little bit about him. I don't know Pete and all the guys that well I've talked to Nicole couple times and I. I've been made several times. Maine's beautiful but you know I'm I'm once all this stuff settles. I'd to continue to try to pursue a relationship with him, but in the meantime. He kind of got put on hold. Yeah, it's been it's. It's been rough. In fact. I reached out to pete the other day and I'm like Hey, man, we're like we see each other every couple of days to get training like me and one other guy want to train. Would can we go in in in just one to two days a week? And then like I let me think on that one, so it's still kind of up a little bit. But Yeah I'll get you. Get your seat up when things when things settle down or change a little bit August. She sync up with the guys. Cool man -solutely yes, so you've been I mean you've been in the game for awhile. How long you been training Jitsu specifically. Jitsu specifically, so I started trying to Jitsu back in two thousand and three, so I wrestled for about three years of high school. You know enjoyed then I wanted to fight and I wanted to continue grappling because I i. enjoy that environment for whatever reason that environment was something that I didn't want to lose because whenever I was Training I was happy as a kid, I was doing, and then whenever wrestling season was over I was kind of pretty much in funk in slightly depressed, and so when I got back to when I got into Jujitsu I got a lot of that same vibe from the gyms that training at and so I got I got hooked right from the beginning back in two thousand and three, so I started in May two thousand three. So this month it'll be seventeen years. Yeah, and you've been going for a while. It's house the body holding up. That's what I'm always curious about. Man You know it's honestly right now. Knock on wood. The bodies better than it has been even when I was in my late twenties, because so like when I was younger again. We're all young dumb. You know so we can recover, and you know when I was younger. The only way that we trained back then was just basically you go hard every time you beat the crap out of your body, rest as are for pussies that Kinda stuff right right, and then as you get older, you're kind of like well. Maybe there's more intelligent way to do this and I started doing some sort of studying into the way that like like high level, athletes train, Jitsu guys but like. Other sports where they're paid millions of dollars in there like they have people that are like bean counter types at tweak every little nuance thing. How do they train? They don't train hard everyday right? They undulate their training up and down and so. you know in my early thirties I started to kind of incorporate that into it where. I wouldn't train is hard on Sundays, train hard at a little bit more drilling in specific strength training things like they're basically giving everything its purpose, and not really basically not being a complete masochist, and just beating my body up and thinking that's good, weren't really trying to be purposeful with what I was doing and you know I've been actually more successful in competitions, and my body's actually holding up well, and I honestly don't feel like like when I was like when I was around. Around twenty nine, I was getting to the point where I'd wake up about a bed and I'd be like crawling up the stairs and I'm thinking like I'm twenty nine years old. This is what awaits me into my thirties and forties, and then now me, and like from all the different stuff that I. Do. I feel great. I don't have any problems whatsoever. Yeah, that's good gazettes. That's something that's been on my mind because I'm not very long on the path. I've I've been training for. About a year a little over a year consistently. And I've I think pretty normal things like I've never really had to deal with any sort of like medical problems or an injuries or anything like that I have some you know nagging joint pain in the fingers and you know the shoulder flares upshur Lee, but pretty mild stuff I. Just WanNa make sure it's something that I can continue to do and I. Don't WanNa I don't want to beat myself up. Just for the sake of beating myself up. I wanted to be purpose. And I want my mom to train myself to improve myself physically, and have an objective of meaning and a purpose behind it not just to get your ass kicked every time you go in. Yeah, you know I think most of the time in those senses, accidents happen and injuries happen. There's no way to avoid that I. Mean we're. Our bodies are king structure. Right slowly slowly every so often it just it withers away to the point where we get really old the stuff. She's just GonNa Break Down Right But I think in a lot of cases we were our own biggest worst enemies it when it comes to injuries and things like that because you know, I don't know what it is about a lot of us, but mend tend to. Almost masochistic with their bodies right I was talking about earlier when I was a young man who? On me I'll do any crazy workout. I'll beat the hell out of my body because I associate that sort of that pain with improving and no pain, no gain that kind of stuff, right? That's how I was brought up. Most of us were harassed her age and then You know a lot of times as you get older. There's a disconnect because you know our mental facilities. Typically we get wiser..

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'We can't fail and we're not going to fail' - Vinicius says Real Madrid must win the league to give back to fans

The Real Madrid Podcast

00:37 sec | 11 months ago

'We can't fail and we're not going to fail' - Vinicius says Real Madrid must win the league to give back to fans

"Now with the Spanish prime minister clearing the way for football to return in Spain from June. Eighth behind closed doors. Obviously the camp town has begun lots of positive messages coming out of Madrid from the players. Desperate of course to get back on the field of play. The Brazilian Jiu of Rodriguez and Venecia's been posting lots of upbeat messages. Rodriguez say working very hard to win this League Venecia's adding we have before a mission not to fail. We cannot fail. We will not fail. We want to win this title for our fans.

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"jiu" Discussed on People, Process, Progress

People, Process, Progress

16:40 min | 1 year ago

"jiu" 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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Between the Slides

13:25 min | 1 year ago

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"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.

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Between the Slides

12:47 min | 1 year ago

"jiu" 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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People, Process, Progress

12:37 min | 1 year ago

"jiu" 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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People, Process, Progress

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"jiu" 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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"jiu" Discussed on Between the Slides

Between the Slides

11:10 min | 1 year ago

"jiu" 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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The Economic Impact Of An Infectious Disease

The Indicator from Planet Money

02:26 min | 1 year ago

The Economic Impact Of An Infectious Disease

"Haberman Dariz. Rafi on an. I'm Lena since Gary and we are the producers here on the indicator from planet money today. We're bringing you a story that that at first glance may not seem like it's about economics. We're talking about the corona virus so a little background earlier this month officials in China identified fight a new strain of Corona virus that had begun infecting humans causing an outbreak of respiratory illness. In Wuhan a city of about eleven million people and a major manufacturing hub. The virus has since claimed the lives of at least one hundred and thirty two people and infected more than six thousand people at least eighteen countries. The Chinese government women officially extended Lunar New Year holiday keeping schools and most businesses closed. Millions of people are now under strict. Quarantine will travel in and out of affected affected areas tightly. Controlled huge chunks of Chinese society have essentially ground to a halt and that's beginning to have some major economic impacts as the world's second largest economy a hugely important market for many global company is China is a major engine of growth for the world and now large parts of that engine are sitting idle. Global stock markets have been rocked in recent days with hotels and tour operators expected to be hit. Hard restaurant chains like starbucks McDonald's Donald and KFC have closed thousands of locations across China. United Airlines British Airways and air. Canada have canceled. Flights into the region apple adjusted its latest earnings forecasts forecast anticipating supply disruptions and automakers like General Motors Honda and Toyota have all shuttered plants in Wuhan but beyond all that beyond the impact on the bottom line and supply chain disruptions. This is also a moment of extreme fear and anxiety for the millions of people currently living under lockdown and at the end of the day emotion is just as powerful an economic force has anything else and so we wanted to know what are things actually like on the ground in China. What does it look like when an infectious disease? Outbreak shuts down one of the world's largest economies so we decided to reach out to NPR's Beijing correspondent. Emily Fang caught up with her as she was returning to Beijing. From Jiu Zhang a city of about four and a half million people just across the river from the quarantine zone. You'll hear that conversation soon after the break

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

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

06:12 min | 1 year ago

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

"When I was in my financial planning practice I was really struggling in the early years and identified a couple of advisers outside of our our main office which which was in northern Utah says about three and a half four hours north of where I was at the time and these were guys who were performing? Well just quarter after quarter after quarter. While I was struggling long story short. I just ask these guys to lunch and I said I'd love to learn from you. Take you to lunch. And you can share a couple ideas or strategies strategies and let me know. Maybe what. I'm doing wrong or what I can employ in my practice to grow it to the degree that you are and they said yeah of course we can do that so we went to launch and they showed me their ways and we partnered up on some business over the next several years and I was able to grow a thriving practice because I was willing to put myself in the path of those other high producing producing advisors. So if you're looking for success in your life find people who are successful to the degree that you want to be successful and put yourself on their path. I'll talk more about how to find a mentor and build that type of relationship but for now it's important to know that proximity is is crucial and and the people that are close to you are going to be a pretty good predictor of your performance. Good or bad so inventory. The people around you the last thing I want to share with you. This is point number. Ten is that Brazilian Jujitsu is simply metaphor for life. That's one of the reasons I really really enjoy practicing is because it's translatable dateable to every facet of life from leveraged understanding technique to understanding when to use Strang versus when to scale back and when to be patient and went in to explode and all of this stuff everything that I have learned from Jiu Jitsu is applicable to my business. It's applicable to my family life. It's applicable to other other facets of health that I'm interested in every facet of life and because I have this not only this physical practice but but this metaphor for learning and for growing I am a better businessman. I'm a better family man on a better father. A better husband a better leader in my community in just a better man in general because I have this hobby in this activity that teaches me indirectly about life and that is so so so beneficial when it comes to me practicing and Training Ruth regards to Jitsu so guys there. It is a little different. Maybe you when you saw the title of this. Yes you thought. I was going to give you some technique that you can use or some new submissions. That you could try it. I don't know enough to give very many people any advice So and there's plenty of other podcast and channels that you can watch and learn and grow from and we're planning on having some of these individuals on the podcast in the future to talk about that stuff but but for now I thought this would be a good idea to share with you. My journey my path some of the key takeaways over the past year and I'm sure over the next year and five and ten years as I continue down this path. I'll have more and more lessons to be able to share with you But on a parting note I would suggest that you give it a try if ju Jitsu or any other form I'm of martial. Art has been something that's been on your mind and you're interested in giving it a try then just go do it couple of pointers for doing that. Find find somebody in your circle who's already training Jujitsu and asked to go with them. That's the best way to do it. That's the easiest way to start if you don't know anybody who's training Ju Jitsu get in the phone book but we don't look at the phone book anymore. Jump Online and look for some gyms in your area. Don't get so set on one. Go visit two two three four or five different gyms get a feel of the vibe each gyms going to have a different a different vibe different. Feel you're going to you're yeah. No I think intuitively. What's going to serve you well in what you're looking for but give it a try and then the other thing I would suggest is invite your buddies? Invite your buddies. If you'RE GONNA go do it invite invite somebody else. It's easier if you have somebody with you. You go into a new place and there's fifteen people you don't know and they're all trying to hurt you that's going to be a hard thing to keep going but if you go with a buddy and say hey let's shoulder to shoulder. Let's do this thing together. It's part of the accountability process had talked about earlier. You'RE GONNA have an easier time specifically in sticking with it so those are some strategies to give it a try I would definitely check out origins immersion camp. There's no I don't think there's any dates yet registration page but that seems like. That's the end of August. Typically if I remember correctly also checkout origin. If you need a new ghee if you need some rash guards phenomenal check out. The rash guards very cool old designs. They're under gear the compression shorts that I've been wearing which I really like with all that moisture away and keep you where you need to be. Check it all out. Origin Origin Maine has in the state main DOT com. Use The code order at checkout guys. That's all I have. Let me just recap number one. I'm not as tough as I think I am. Number two consistency beats intensity city number. Three my pride keeps me from growing number four. I am getting older. I need to be keenly aware of that so I can keep myself from getting injured number five. I need need the physicality in my life number. Six Accountability is crucial number. Seven technique beats strength number eight pushing outside of my comfort zone builds olds confidence number nine. Proximity is a great predictor of performance and number ten Brazilian Jujitsu is a metaphor for life. Our I guess Oh one other thing people are GonNa ask me well. I don't know about Jiu Jitsu but I was gonNA try Taekwondo or karate boxing or whatever what's best the the thing that's best is the thing that you're GonNa do. There's not one art that's going to be better. Necessarily than the other. They all have their value. They all have their strengths. They all have their weaknesses. Finds something that can can motivate. You inspired you to keep going. That's the most important thing again. Consistency beats intensity. So find something that you can be consistent with. And that's going to be the best thing for you are. That's all I've got have a great weekend. We'll be back next week. James Clear as joining me on the podcast to talk about atomic habits. Hope you're enjoying this. Make sure if you're watching this on youtube you.

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

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

11:38 min | 1 year ago

"jiu" 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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"jiu" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"jiu" Discussed on What'sHerName

"I marvel at the incredible directions that our lives take us sometimes hurling us in directions directions we never could have imagined and I think how how do you must have thought about this for the rest of her life. After she died her daughter Lena found tucked away an old leather suitcase and inside she found completely intact all how you had in the world when she crossed the Ocean in nineteen twenty wow it was virtually untouched full of fifty four beautifully hand-stitched garments for her dowry she had kept it all wow now. This suitcase case actually belongs to how'd you Lena was in her family. Were kind enough to donate some of her clothing suitcase to help. Tell Her story. She's got her clothes inside her immigration card transcript of the interview for me for some raising the most poignant things were her shoes just sitting there underneath her suitcase that the whole immigration station is set up in such a profound found way it really if folks the stories of these women most of whom remain completely anonymous they have this bunk house set up as it was in the day but these different bunk funk beds no it looks kind of military but on each bed they have the clothes laid out of the woman who would have lived on that bunk and eat some from Africa some from pollyannas come from China Japan Russia. You get to see the diversity of the women who were there. Told through the physical artifacts that are sitting there on the bed. Really is an amazing place..

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"jiu" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"jiu" Discussed on What'sHerName

"It. I think everyone everyone has hopes for a better life. I think every single human you could stop them and say what would make your life better. They could instantly produce something small or big and really it's our human cognitive development that makes us uniquely able to dream up possibilities to imagine futures for ourselves. <hes> I think it's this variability that led to human evolution and civilization in the first place and and if you lived in a war torn country of horrific proportions can you imagine what you would do. Would you let your parents send you across the ocean to a new world. Yeah I mean if if the especially you know doing what I know about this place time in history you you do not have a lot of options. I mean you your day to day. Life is so incredibly dangerous that I I really think it's it's not even a choice. I mean your choice is go do this crazy thing and hope you get through or were probably die yeah and it would involve leaving your family behind forever. which especially in China is? That's the whole base of everything about you. Your family is <hes>. I don't think we can even understand but you are. You're losing everything about your identity and then just landing in San Francisco and putting on a different mask ask.

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"jiu" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"jiu" Discussed on What'sHerName

"That ship when it arrives in San Francisco comes through the Golden Gate smaller quotes from the Immigration Service. The quarantine service and customs would greet those boats and determine who would have to come to Angel Island class was a big issue so <hes> if you were traveling in First Class. It wasn't very likely you even be sent Angel Islands. They would often do those inspections aboard the ship and allow First Class. Ask passengers to go directly to San Francisco. Even ister class trumps all when immigrants arrived on Angel Island there was Liz appear <hes> directly at the immigration station that went out about two hundred feet into the water wharf at the end they've come <hes> off of that at smaller ferry boat that brought them here to the immigration station drop off any large luggage that could go once a week and get things out of storage and into traveled down the dock and they would go into the administration building. I can't imagine how she felt she. She steps off the boat. She's made it to America but she's got to convince everybody. She's how'd you so. The administration building faced the water. <hes> that is how you are greeted it was meant to be this impressive building upon your arrival where they would start to segregate people you would be segregated by race class gender and health so for racial segregation on on an island they had three categories European Asian and Chinese and this is usually when people get a strange look on their face. I think about the globe <hes> and in fact China is in Asia. It is part of the Asian continent <hes> but the reason Chinese people were separated separate from other Asians coming in was because of the Chinese exclusion law there were separate laws for them and in fact people came from eighty different countries the islands so as far as health <hes> you would be sent up to the hospital and the doctors at the hospital kind. We've had conflicting jobs. Doctors are supposed to help you get better but the doctors here also had to help keep people out and so the immigration officials would look to the Doctors for guidance on diseases that were common among certain groups and then they would make those diseases uses of a quote unquote undesirable immigrants and excludable disease so you could be excluded simply based on that disease and not go through any additional L. processing now you could get medical treatment at the hospital services you had to pay for and so if if you didn't have the financial means to pay for those treatments you could also be important so we know she made it through the first. Steph of the screening but she's a woman so there's an important second step of this screaming morality check. Oh we'll head into the detention barracks. There are additional restrictions for women and so women were also subject to exclusion based on Morality O. O. Rien. Iro I know but she passed pass that test to apparently and step threes the real big one answer all the questions right now. Let's pause for word from our sponsor. Girls can create is an awesome subscription box that introduces girls age five to ten to to real fearless women who made the world better every crate features and inspiring women a twenty page activity book plus everything you would need to complete tour three hands on seem activities and more and if you're on a budget they have many crates to real women make the best heroes and every month girls can create delivers them for what's her name podcast listeners. We have a special discount code for for you. You'll get twenty percents off your first month crate any subscription that you order girls can create C. R. A. T. E. DOT COM and use the code her name to get twenty percent off so immigrants were questioned particularly those coming from China to try to establish through relationships between relatives they did this by doing separate interviews with family members and comparing their answers if answers match watch that's the truth if they don't the immigrants is lying. Let's do it. I have some questions here from actual transcripts. Oh cool. Let's see if we could convince them that we were sisters. Okay Okay your answers have to match my answers and if they don't we are liars. Oh so what I've done is prerecord my answers to these questions and I will now present these questions to you. If your answers much mind oh man okay. This is stressful. Okay so these questions have to do with our childhood home. Okay question number one. What direction did our doorway face. Oh crap about my house now. Okay Well Mountains East okay. Let's see what I said. Our doorway faced east good job so far so good question question number two on what side of the room did you sleep. Go East side most of the time I think I think I don't remember Nice. Let's see what I said. She slept on the the it must be the south side. Oh okay. This is looking bad so i. I hope you answer this next question correctly. Where was the rice been located <hes> <hes> in the Pantry okay. Let's see what I said. The Rice was in the Pantry all right next question. What is the name and age of your sister's husband's oldest sibling <hes> <hes> I know one of your husband's siblings name you this. This outrageous think he's older than over. It's over you failed. That's the worst that's not fair. Those are real questions <hes> and if it were us we obviously would not pass wow so the burden was really on the immigrant to prove that they were who they said they wear her and if you were able to pass for Chinese immigrants that was about fifty percent then you would be allowed to enter the United States for the other fifty percent you had the option to appeal and most Chinese immigrants did use the appeals system system so in the end for Chinese immigrants less than ten percent are ultimately deported but while all you went through that process you had to stay here so it's a really interesting kind of phenomenon that these people that struggled right so much to enter the country. There's a lot of documentation about their immigration experience versus families that had an easier time. Turn the country. You might only find their name in a ledger from the ship. No additional information.

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"jiu" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"jiu" Discussed on What'sHerName

"They came to call women like how do paper daughter. Yeah Chinese refer to it as taking the crooked path and man I mean women like this are so brave. This is so dangerous because since eighteen eighty two so the earthquakes in nineteen o six six but since eighteen eighty two <hes> federal law had been in effect to call the Chinese exclusion act. It's hard to be in because the story of Chinese exclusion. <hes> is really a result of people not welcoming Chinese immigrants laws started being passed fairly early on that limited the ability of Chinese immigrants to do things other people could so there were laws passed to stop Chinese Chinese people from owning property from attending public school from testifying in court against Caucasian people but in eighteen eighty two it comes to a peak with a federal law called the Chinese Exclusion Act and the title is pretty straightforward. The intent was to keep Chinese people from coming to America after the civil war. There was an economic downturn not surprising considering the toll that war took on the country but it was very common in American history in times of economic hardship for people to look for someone to blame for those problems an often. The New Group of emigrants were the people blamed so when we have that depression. It's also kind synergistic moment when unions are doing a lot to fight for workers rights now. Unfortunately the unions were not terribly inclusive so they mainly were Caucasian men that were <hes> members of unions and particularly one <hes> man Dan from the working men's party Dennis Curry and he was a very good orator. He gave grand speeches in the streets of San Francisco and this kind of slogan he he came up with was the Chinese must go what California within a few months we would have thousand then and Springfield Rifles and ready for action. We are driving from the staff California visible boone. I never the movement was led by the labor unions they had decided that all their problems were caused by the Chinese obviously Esley. They thought if they could keep Chinese workers out that the white worker would have more of an advantage so because those unions are nationwide unions. They're able to use their voting power because at that time pretty much the only people allowed to vote are Caucasian men they use that loading power pressure the federal government and politicians to change the law now these laws were considered are considered considered racist because it wasn't actually about your nationality if you were born in France of Chinese ancestry and tried to come to America you were Chinese under the law. You weren't French so that is the first time in our history a group of people was excluded based on raced breath back in China lum one hoist family to save her life bathe her farewell and in said you have a new family now her world was in Taos. Her sister had been kidnapped and eighteen years old old. She stepped on a ship destined for San Francisco.

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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.

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"jiu" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"jiu" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Takes me back to. Everything is good. The only thing that's good. China. Conversation named companies. So what do you say? Something in the way. The main. Do. Dad. Can be. Oh, that's. Sales. Stay with me. 'cause ever so much wrong. Candy. No. Seven five K C L is commercial free. Again. Fight a world of fight Jiu fight myself.

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UFC featherweight GOAT debate intensifies following Max Holloway's dominant UFC 231 win

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

03:47 min | 2 years ago

UFC featherweight GOAT debate intensifies following Max Holloway's dominant UFC 231 win

"It was a bit of a debate online. But who's the goat at featherweight and some people think it's still Josie. Although some people think it's max Holloway. I'll save that debate for another time. I don't really want to get into it. Because no one's going to win every side just going to pick who they think is the right answer. But here's one thing. I can say there is a real possibility that max Holloway can become the featherweight GSP only the more modern risk taking version. Here's what I mean. What may GS PG? Well, first of all again, these are things that could happen. I don't know if it's going to happen. But one probability, you should probably consider is that like if you think about what may GS piece of special, right? It's probably a combination of things is an incredible skill. He was a national icon. He defended his title a number of times all those things would have put together this larger package, but when he fought what did he do especially in that later stage of his career? He used basically his skills to define the terms of the fight over and over in a very controlling stifling way. Didn't take a lot of damage at the end there the Hendrix fight or a couple of others notwithstanding. And that was you could make an argument that some of that was a little risk averse, but the point being smart you kept his title, and he did legendary things, but the key. There is a he was able to impose a very dominant. Encompassing fight defining way of managing his opponent. He took a fight that is normally a very chaotic thing. And then controlled for it. We had Gracie on last week. And I asked him what defines the jujitsu of Brian Otake. Everyone's got their own style. Right. Like like gosh. I mean, Andre Calvo's Jiu jitsu is not the same. As Keenan Cornelius is not the same as the Mendez brothers is not the same as I mean, you pick it right? Goes on and on everyone's got their own little style. But his was that in the middle of chaos. He can find a neck, you can find an arm. He can he can bring something. To bear down upon it. Which is true. If I was really smart observation, and by the way, Brennan will take it. We'll be back. He will make he will make a reappearance in remind you of why he was so highly valued as a potential threat to max Holloway's crown down the line after heels and everything, but here's the point that ability to control the chaos, max Holloway does the same thing. He takes everything away by making the fight on his terms through distance through use of the jab all the things I mentioned in the hour if he can cut the weight enough and stay for the wait long enough people keep saying oh shit. If I next Nate or Tony or Habib or Connor it is not that. I don't wanna see those contests. But I'm telling you, we are missing something if we deny him the opportunity at being the sentinel at the guard for one Forty-five because he can be the exact same kind of thing. Doesn't matter. What skill you bring? Are you a high? Octane jujitsu specialist. Who's got a ridiculous chin who can has developing striking. He has an answer for that. Are you the potentially the guy who was the guy the best ever not division? He's got an answer for that. Or are you a wrestle boxer? He's got an answer for that. Are you whatever he's got an answer for all those things if you look at his rise with you want to compare it to Aldo's or not look at the different kinds of fighters. He has faced has faced all the different kinds. He could face potentially at one forty five. No, which is why some kind of a rain there is necessary. But he has fought a lot of different types already guys who are wrestling threat guys who are power threat guys who are volume threat guys who are striking threat guys who have veteran experienced guys who have who are a little bit undeterred by experience and just sort of go for broke..

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Khabib Nurmagomedov defeats Conor McGregor by submission in UFC 229 main event

Red Eye Radio

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Khabib Nurmagomedov defeats Conor McGregor by submission in UFC 229 main event

"You have see star Conor McGregor is return to the octagon didn't go as he wanted and the after fight. Well, it led to three arrests lightweight champion. Khabib Nurmagambetov force Conor McGregor to submit by way of a show called in the fourth round spoiling the Irish fighters returned to UFC after a twenty three month absence. But then things got crazy Nurmagambetov jumped out of the octagon after the fight and onto the floor. Exchanging punches were doing Danis mcgregor's Jiu jitsu coach, meanwhile identified man jumped into the cage and attacked a McGregor landing at least two punches. Both fighters had to be escorted from the arena by security.

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"jiu" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"jiu" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"And began teaching classes at his. Garage fast forward, eleven years of classes in the garage, and several challenge matches. I said, shape, I should say during that period, lot of challenge matches with like karate masters, taekwondo kung FU because everyone here in the states was kind of in the Bruce Lee mode, and he would fight these guys in the garage like time after time people would come in and they would get choked out in like thirty seconds, one minute two minutes, and they were completely, you know, kind of dumbfounded by the simple effectiveness of jujitsu that we practiced and then after so many years of those garage teachings in challenge matches. He opened the first Gracie official Gracie school here called the Gracie Jiu jitsu academy. Then you're in Torrance, California, and that's kinda word real kind of established school began in America the first official school, and then four years later, he created the UFC in nineteen Ninety-three which has a big, basically a big platform to demonstrate the effectiveness of jujitsu in real fights amongst professionals on television. The thought being that, you know we had done these challenge matches for eighty years at the time. You know, in the garage and in the DOJ os and whatnot, and to do it on TV would really expose a lot of people to, you know, the shortcomings of other martial arts, right? So a martial art word teaches punching and kicking might look nice. But when it comes down to actual effectiveness, the second they get taken to the ground. They're like fish out of water. The fight is over. So whoever was more comfortable on the ground prove to be the most efficient fighting system. And that's where jitsu became, you know, Gracie Jiu jitsu by our family in particular, became known worldwide, that was nineteen Ninety-three soon after we got special forces army Rangers learning jujitsu and then hasn't stopped since like it's the fastest growing martial art because it works. And today my brother and I are the co had instructors of our current. We've moved two times since nineteen eighty nine since our first school we've expanded over the last several years or twenty plus years. So we've moved to locations. We just expanded to a thirty thousand square foot super Jiu jitsu center here in southern California still in Torrance, and my. Father's retired. My brother and I run the business of teaching jujitsu to the world, and the organization is now called grace university, and it's both has a brick and mortar presence here in Torrance, and we oversee a hundred and fifty schools around the world and growing every year in terms of licensing licensed certified training centers that teach our curriculum of jujitsu. And we have an online university with almost two hundred thousand members learning jujitsu through the internet, streaming video curriculum at home, and that's been a huge, huge part of our business to be able to teach any people anywhere in the world. I mean, there's a lot of impact. This is cool. So let's start off. What mean for those who aren't familiar with jujitsu? What separates it from other martial arts say, like karate or taekwondo, bright? So that was something that we really. I mean, I'm just gonna keep referencing to it because maybe you don't know this, but the videos that you guys produced on jujitsu with Jordan's help. And for manliness, we're probably two of the most insightful introductory to jujitsu movie did multiple. Videos, but a couple of those there, sir, have a couple million views..

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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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Did Google fake the Google Duplex demo?

Bad Voltage

01:59 min | 3 years ago

Did Google fake the Google Duplex demo?

"But i did feel like the stuff that would talk about walls the wasn't particularly interested in all didn't like it very much why do we start this google jiu plex because that is arguably the most written about component of the keynote and probably the most jaw dropping moment of the keno as well so those of you who who haven't heard about this or haven't seen it google see a ceo sunda is it i was pitchy pichai thank almost social he he gave a demo of this thing called google duplex and basically it was a recording that they made of google assistant calling a hassle on first to make an appointment and what happens here is you know he he say's he claims ident believe i don't believe is lying but he claims the basically this is google assistant completely autonomously colon this has lunch book an appointment so it's kind of like google make an appointment at blah blah hessel on and and it makes the phone call and it doesn't sound particularly robotic and it's interesting because the voice kind of goes i'd like to you know the stutters and it kind of it's not like a very clearly articulated robot voice gave a couple of examples the first one was the calling the hess lawn but then there was a second one which was calling a chinese restaurant where the person who picked up the phone had a very very deep asian accents and there was some ambiguity around the time of the appointment and this that and the other it was when i when i saw this was one of the hugh moments when i've watched a keno an i genuinely outlined look like what.

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