Last Saturday the second women's tournament Nicte was held , which was organized by a group of girls that practice jiujitsu who have been supporting the women's division since a few years ago, when there wasn't as many women as today practicing the sport. Among the organizers are: Paola Belmonte (Brown Belt by Renzo Gracie… Continue reading 2nd. Nicte Women’s Tournament .
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, April 2, the second part of the Elite Submission League (ESL) tournament was held in Guadalajara, Mexico. For the first time in a Jiujitsu tournament, a team mode was set up in which academies such as Brasa, Bujutsu, Alliance, Ellite, Renato Tavares, among others participated. These teams were formed by one participant for… Continue reading Bujutsu wins the first ESL Grand Prix in team mode.
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.
Growing in Jiujitsu centers on a simple concept: learn-drill-roll-repeat. By doing so you acquire certain skills, with time you'll see your body memorizing moves and in a difficult situation doing them as a body reflect, that is a fighter's main goal, that will push you forward as you continue to make a mental and physical… Continue reading What your wrestling style says about you.