Last Saturday we found ourselves supporting several athletes in the Mexico National Pro, which brought together more than 140 athletes from North America, Mexico and Central America. We can proudly say that out of the 8 trips given to Abu Dhabi, 3 of them were obtained by Mexicans. Martin González (Entram-Atos) The blue belts from… Continue reading Mexico National Pro.
Sometimes we need a little help, that's why we are surrounded by great partners at bujutsu, who are always thinking about what we could do to promote women's bjj, even if they are not women themselves. I don't know how they do it, but the guy's came up with the idea of having an open… Continue reading First ever women’s open mat at Bujutsu
We normally have that one buddy we are exited to see once they touch the mat, the ones you joke around with and you feel like you're best buds in the world (in the mat...), however this doesn't mean that you might be the best drilling buddies. We normally do our technique or drill with… Continue reading How to choose a good drilling buddy.
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.