It's funny how time passes by so quickly, after two months at Chakal I'm back home rolling in Entram, nothing has made me happier than rolling again, I love MMA but BJJ is where my heart is... I was so exited/nervous on my first day back I felt dumb to think that I missed my… Continue reading Back at Entram
Lately I've been torn trying to choose between my Gi and my boxing gloves... I don't have the time a day to train it all, I wanna learn it al, do it all, but I balance it all around my work schedule. I was going back and forth as well with going back to my… Continue reading Stuck in the middle…
My friend Masio Fullen (#TUF participant) once told me that leaving the nest shouldn't be high treason, it helps us as fighters to grow and learn new techniques in new places with new people (the nest being your home gym of course), helps us get out of our comfort zone and tests our actual skill… Continue reading Fear of branching out.
They say the average woman cries at least once a month... but we are not average women. I've read that a lot of women cry at least once in the mat, we can't help it, it doesn't makes us weak though, we are just designed that way; Some cry for frustration when they wrestle with… Continue reading That time I cried in the mat.
I'm not gonna lie to you guy's, jiujitsu has tested my marriage many times during the past year. I guess its like that in any sport or activity that you give your all, it will test other aspects of your life as well. I'm not the girl to complain about not being able to wear… Continue reading Jiujitsu and marriage.