In BjjBrick Q&A question 4 we have a question from Jay. Jay wants a little help combining running with BJJ. Currently he is feeling very fatigued by his exercise schedule. Jay has a goal of running a half marathon and he is fairly new to BJJ.
This is the article about my marathon that Jay referenced in his question.
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This week we have our first repeat guest Roy Marsh from Sandhills Jiu-Jitsu. Roy is a Black Belt under Royce Gracie. He has been training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu since 2001. In this episode we talk about learning other martial arts and training Jiu-Jitsu. He gives lots of great advice and he may just change the way you thing about the martial arts. Many of the topics we talk about are brought up in the article “Wristlocks and Guillotines Part 1”
Some of the martial arts we talk about in this episode
- Muay Thai
- Kung Fu
- and more
Quote of the week: “Iron sharpens iron. So that one man sharpens another. I think that it is very true. If you are not in a training environment where you are getting smacked in the head, you are getting tapped out, you are getting challenged on a daily basis, then you are not getting any better. You’re not improving. Your workout partners are a very important piece of your progression as an athlete and the character that you are building as a person as well. Those are key components and finding that right place is a piece of it.”
Randy Couture “Wrestling For Fighting”
Article of the week: How to Accelerate Your Brazilian Jiujitsu (BJJ) Game By From appliedmma.com
Lots of great BJJ and MMA information at http://www.roymarshjiujitsu.com/ Email Roy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Epi 17 Interview with BJJ Black Belt Roy Marsh
Epi 16 Brian Freeman- Training BJJ with a T4 Spinal Cord Injury
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