So I Decided to get back on the Tournament Horse and it hasn't been easy, but it's been fun as hell. Last year I took a bad fall due to a takedown in a tournament and to be honest I wasn't feeling like compreting, but our since last trip to Irapuato things got pretty fun… Continue reading KOTM at León Guanajuato, México.
This past weekend I had the opportunity to visit Cancun and Campeche for a BJJ seminar. Several times a year, our academie´s black belts schedule visits to the many Bujutsu locations across the country, they have seminars where they share their technique, roll with as many students as they can and twice a year they… Continue reading Cancun and Campeche seminar weekend.
Ever since a couple of months back, we have women's only classes at Bujutsu, every friday at 6:45 pm all the Bjj Girls get together for a women's only class, for girls by girls. This started as a class clearly focused on us, since most of the girls at the gym compete, but when we… Continue reading Why Women’s BJJ classes are important.
Three Mexican athletes won a golden ticket to Abu Dhabi, to participate in one of the biggest tournaments in the world, from the North American selection tournament 3 Mexican jujiteiros were winners of their categories and got to represent us worldwide, this gives us an incredible pride . They already packed their bags and took… Continue reading Héctor Valdez in the Road to Abu Dhabi.
On Sunday, March 19th, Mexico City's second Open Mat was held at Promahos academy, home of the Mexican brown belt Itzel Bazua, one of the pioneers of women's Mexican jiujitsu. This event was organized by her, Nancy Angiano blue belt of Bujutsu's main academy and myself. We organized the event with the simple objective of… Continue reading 2nd Women’s Open Mat in Mexico City.