Once upon a time, back in far land called TJ, I used to only train in my Gi, once a week we would train no-Gi, we called them, No-GI Thursdays. Now since I've been in Bujutsu it has helped me polish my game, they do a lot of no Gi here, their game is different… Continue reading No-Gi Rehab
Fridays are getting pretty exiting at Bujutsu since (man candy) Black belt Bruno Antonietta AKA "El Oso" is giving a free competition class. I've decided I'll be going to nationals this June so my weight is on point but I am lacking a lot of speed, agility and cardio. I've been feeling pretty slow in my… Continue reading The mind game behind MMA
I've had a lot on my mind lately, I finally went back to work, I'm ordering my goals again and thinking about how to get everything done, I have a lot of projects in hand and I really need to manage my time better, but over everything I want to compete in June for the… Continue reading Family matters
There's a Thai saying that goes "Same same, but different". I remember it now and then in different situations in life and training, same same girl issues, different gym's. There's a lot of things that are hard for women that live in a men's world, and even though at Bujutsu we girls represent a third… Continue reading Same Same but different.
MMA vs. a career is something I've always have to dwell on since I started training, I'm not as good that I can dedicate my life to this (and I love the extra cash for the fancy equipment, I wont lie), but I always find myself looking for a job where I can work around… Continue reading MMA vs. Career day.