As I walk in to the gym for the first time I smell tones of sweat, pride and history. We've all heard the stories that roam these hall's, there's a lot of rivality among gyms in Mexico City, maybe even more than any other of the places I've visited to train. Pride catches my eye… Continue reading Visiting bonebreakers headquarters.
DF is heelhook central, and this is the heelhook raging King. Why? Not only because he can literally find your heels from any imaginable position in the less possible time; But because on his last tournament, as soon as the fight began the crowd started yelling heelhooks! Heelhooks!! Heelhooks!!! And in seconds he had defeated… Continue reading Heel hooks
There's several big gyms in Mexico famous for being home to international athlete's, these gyms stand out for their dedication and support to their athlete's, but most importantly for being a community. I'm proud to say that I've trained in two of the biggest gyms in the country, Entram house to ufc fighters and now… Continue reading Bujutsu rising to the top.
Competition training is simple and every coach at any level will tell you the same thing, in the tournament you will only be able to use 20 to 50% of your game; And its true for us white belts its more on the 20% side, LOL. I'm exited for nationals since I've had bad luck… Continue reading Back to basics.
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