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A podcast where we will discuss the training, teaching, health and education of mixed martial arts. Hosted by Sonny Brown, a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt, competitor and coach who is also a 3 times Australian MMA Champion. He also runs the Sonny Brown Martial Arts YouTube Channel which breaks down MMA & Grappling competitors matches and careers. The podcast aims to provide insights to anyone looking to learn more about the teaching and training of martial arts.
 
JiuJitsuMag's Coach Ben Podcast Show dedicated to performance, philosophy, strength and conditioning, nutrition, brazilian jiu-jitsu, and mixed martial arts. Coach Ben is a BJJ Black Belt, Strength & Conditioning Coach, Sports Nutritionist and Gym owner. 🔥 https://www.patreon.com/coachbz 🔥 https://www.swanbitcoin.com/coachbz 🔥 BTC: 3EtFDi9KpZxavnPYN411X644KLzUbch9av ✅ https://www.coachbz.com ✅ https://www.instagram.com/coachbz ✅ https://www.facebook.com/coachbz ✅ https://www.twitter.com/coachbz
 
As SBG enters into its 25th year, we are closing in on more than 100 locations. We can be found on every continent on the planet (except Antarctica). We have some of the world’s biggest and best MMA champions. Our BJJ athletes can be found medaling, every weekend, all across the planet. Our coaches have helped to revolutionize law enforcement and military curriculums. And SBG as a whole has helped to lead a revolution in the Martial Arts. What Bruce Lee talked about when he spoke of Jeet Kun ...
 
Follow Mark and Ryan as they share their passion of Brazilian Jiujitsu with a twist. Listen to the father and son duo speak to some of the top jiujitsu practitioners, mixed martial artist, and grapplers. Also, being a parent isn't easy and most of us as parents can relate to the stresses of life but we can't ignore what the teens of today are dealing with as well. Follow Dad and the Jiujitsu Kid in their journey together for their love for a sport that binds their family together.
 
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On this episode of The Chewjitsu Podcast, we recap the 2021 No-Gi Worlds, discuss some competition takeaways, Chewy's experience competing on a gas tank that was a quarter full, and do a live Q&A. Q&A Includes: What to do when getting fatigued holding closed guard, how to get competition intensity into regular rolls, how to stop thinking about BJJ …
 
Brandon Reed is a 3x NAIA College Wrestling Champion, 2021 NAIA Wrestler of the Year, and recently became the 2021 No-Gi Blue Belt Ultra Heavyweight World Champion. On this episode Brandon discusses his childhood and feeling like he didn’t fit in, being out of shape as a kid, discovering wrestling, getting adopted by his wrestling coach, developing…
 
Heather Jo Clark is a retired professional mixed martial artist, former UFC Strawweight, and the head MMA coach and co-owner of "10th Planet Denver." On this episode, Heather discusses her upbringing, playing professional Ice Hockey, finding MMA, being on "The Ultimate Fighter" Season 20, and starting her gym, “10th Planet Denver.” Heather also sha…
 
In the fourth installment of "Rules For Jiu-Jitsu," we discuss the concept of rolling to win and how to train to your full potential. Chewy shares a couple of stories he received, one from an athlete who rolls well at the gym but doesn’t compete to his potential. The other story is from an athlete who was able to use the idea of "competing without …
 
On this episode, Chewy discuses his COVID experience, his symptoms, how he recovered, and how he is doing now. Chewy’s shares his biggest concern when he got sick, how he will decide whether he will compete in IBJJF Worlds, why he avoided working while recovering, helpful ideas for maintaining a positive mindset, getting clarity from rest, if there…
 
I talk to Erin Herle, Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt & Founder of #submitthestigma. Submit the Stigma is a mental health advocacy group, so we discuss the work they do and the interplay, boundaries and roles that Jiu-Jitsu training can play in mental health and the mental side of competition and fighting. We also discuss becoming confident, having a strong s…
 
On this episode, Chewy and Eugene are joined by BJJ Black Belt Tomer Alroy. We discuss the growth of BJJ in Israel, Tomer's start in Jiu-Jitsu, when his Jiu-Jitsu started to evolve and improve, the benefit of competition, how to study your matches, warm up ideas/tournament prep, how to build confidence/get out of a mental funk, Tomer's other intere…
 
On the episode, Chewy and Eugene discuss the concept of how increased quantity of work performed will increase the quality of work produced. In Jiu-Jitsu, this is a focus on increased attempts at a position or technique to increase the quality and effectiveness of those techniques. We also discuss why long-term consistency trumps short-term intensi…
 
On this episode, we answer a question from a newly promoted BJJ Blue belt, who doesn't feel that they are up to the standard of the other blue belts at their gym. We discuss the magical powers of Jiu-Jitsu belts, growing into your Jiu-Jitsu belt, which belt ranks are the largest jumps, underestimating and overestimating your abilities, the belt whe…
 
On this episode, Chewy and Eugene discuss their recent trip to Colorado to visit one of the Charlotte’s Web CBD research farms and also get some training in while in Denver. We discuss our visit to the farm, what sets Charlotte’s Web apart form other CBD companies, their farm practices, how CBD can effect the body and how it is absorbed, and the be…
 
Chewy and Eugene discuss the altercation between Mikey Musumeci and Geo Martinez at a recent match and discuss the idea behind whether a Jiu-Jitsu black belt should be a better person. We also talk about the “ego” that high level Jiu-Jitsu practitioner have, whether you can become a better person through Jiu-Jitsu, how Chewy has gotten better throu…
 
I talk to Richy Walsh, A veteran of The UFC & The Ultimate Fighter who now works as an MMA Coach at the UFC Performance Institute in Shanghai, China. We discuss the goals of the UFC P.I, how they run the MMA Combine & scout for new talent and the running of a fight camp. He also explains the periodisation of MMA Skills training and his thoughts on …
 
On this episode of The Chewjitsu Podcast, we are joined in studio by the 2018 Jiu-Jitsu World Champion Mahamed Aly. On this episode, Mahamed discusses his approach to grappling, how he structures seminars, getting into new hobbies, how he sees Jiu-Jitsu everywhere, getting worse to get better, ​an important lesson Mahamed learned from Henry Cejudo,…
 
On this episode of the podcast, Chewy and Eugene discuss the importance of establishing your grips for Jiu-Jitsu techniques, and how this has an immense impact on your Jiu-Jitsu game. We discuss different types of gripping, using feints with gripping, modifying grips to make techniques work, problems that white belts have with gripping, decreasing …
 
Richard Bresler is a Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt, Rorion Gracie's first Jiu-Jitsu student in America, and the author of the book "Worth Defending: How Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Saved My Life." Richard shares his story of how he met Rorion Gracie, how he started training , how jiu-jitsu offers a new beginning, what it was like training with Rorion Gracie, me…
 
On this episode, we discuss the concept of being an "Anti-Martial Artist." We also chat about the evolution of Jiu-Jitsu and the importance of learning new techniques influenced by other martial arts, being a “technique mercenary,” maintaining a “beginner’s mind,” the importance of training strikes with Jiu-Jitsu, using instructionals, and watching…
 
I talk to Heath Pedigo, Founder of Pedigo Submission fighting, aka Daisy Fresh. We discuss the culture and mindset used to build Daisy Fresh from Mt. Vernon to win the Pan Ams and the work ethic he looks to instil in his team and build camaraderie. Also, his thoughts on breaking down techniques from competition footage, and the evolution of trainin…
 
Joel Blanton is a Jiu-Jitsu black belt who has been training for over 20 years. Joel and Chewy share their first encounter at a tournament, how training in Professional Wrestling led to Joel's start in MMA, what the MMA scene was like in the early days, his start in Jiu-Jitsu, the ability to avoid confrontation, how to come back from a loss, tips f…
 
Kade Ruotolo is a Jiu-Jitsu Brown Belt who trains out of Atos HQ. We start off the podcast discussing Kade’s recent victory at Who’s Number One by “Buggy Choke.” We discuss how Kade developed this new technique and how he implemented the submission into high level competition. Kade shares what it was like starting Jiu-Jitsu at 3 years old, the rela…
 
I talk to Eric Uresk, a Judo & Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt who coaches at Alliance MMA. We discuss his martial arts career and how he advocates for embracing vulnerability in his training to help conquer adversity. He explains his coaching philosophy and the hurdles he has faced while working with high-level athletes, including gaining trust from the athl…
 
On this episode of the podcast Chewy and Eugene discuss the recent viral video between ADCC Champion Orlando Sanchez and Professional MMA fighter Sean Strickland. We break down the technique Orlando used in the video, whether it was a "dick move," and give our thoughts on the situation altogether. We also discuss what makes something a "dick move" …
 
On this episode, Chewy and Eugene discuss the "rules for Jiu-Jitsu." The rules discussed were: Jiu-Jitsu is a marathon, doing something new to shake things up, having a clear vision to what you’re chasing, pacing yourself, and accepting failure as the currency for progress. Thanks to the podcast sponsors: Charlotte's Web CBD. Head over to https://b…
 
On this episode, Chewy discusses something that he learned from the books With The Old Breed by Eugene Sledge and The Things Our Fathers Saw by Matthew Rozell. The part that was interesting was the key difference between veterans and new soldiers and how the acceptance of the idea of death from the veteran soldiers allowed them to be more aggressiv…
 
Eliot Marshall is a Jiu-Jitsu black belt and former Mixed Martial Artist. Eliot is also a business owner, podcaster, and author. He was the first American to win the BJJ Pan American Championship at blue, purple, and brown belt. After transitioning to MMA, Eliot fought on The Ultimate Fighter, earned a UFC contract, and fought for 4 more years. Upo…
 
I talk to Tum "Energia" Voorn who is a Jiu Jitsu Practitioner with a Capoeria background and who also trained as a teacher. We discuss an inquiry-based instructional strategy that he describes as "Teaching Without Telling" and how he applies it in a grappling context, what obstacles it may have in its implementation, how to overcome them and the be…
 
Chewy discusses the concept of disrupting your opponent’s game by trying to figure out what their objectives and strategies are. Chewy and Eugene also chat about the value of looking at the common objectives for each position or technique in BJJ, how to study or learn about an opponent, studying opponent tendencies objectively, why training with pe…
 
We answer a listener question on preparing for a Jiu-Jitsu tournament on two weeks notice. Chewy gives his tips on staying in shape, should you compete if you’re out of shape, adjusting your training to your “A-Game,” how much you should roll, what would stop Chewy from doing a competition, is there an indicator on whether you should or shouldn’t c…
 
Chewy answers a question on cutting weight for BJJ competition. Chewy discusses how important weight cutting is to BJJ and his thoughts on the low carb and Keto diet approach to cutting weight. Thanks to the podcast sponsors: Charlotte's Web CBD. Head over to https://bit.ly/31HEWoT and use the promo code Chewjitsu to get 15% off of your total purch…
 
On this episode of the podcast, Chewy and Eugene discuss their thoughts Gordon Ryan’s comment on Gi Jiu-Jitsu being phased out over the next 10 years. We discuss our opinions on this topic, what rule sets/changes could make Gi Jiu-Jitsu more exciting, and we also do a live Q&A session. Q&A: 34:50 The rule change that could make Gi BJJ more exciting…
 
Todd is a former Marine, Jiu-Jitsu black belt, an author, and specializes in Executive Protection. Todd discusses how he started training BJJ 25 years ago, how Jiu-Jitsu was unique to other martial arts, the early days of Jiu-Jitsu, fighting NHB (No Holds Barred/MMA), starting his Executive Protection company, traveling to over 140 countries, his b…
 
I talk to Chris Brennan, the O.G of No-Gi. Chris is an MMA Hall of Famer and 3-time No-Gi world champion, but perhaps might not be as well known for starting the first No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu school in America back in 1998 after leaving the Gracie Academy. We discuss what the Gracie Academy and the change to No-Gi were like and how he learned to train his …
 
Chewy and Eugene discuss funny childhood stories and what life was like when they grew up, being bored as a kid, sharing thoughts on social media, the benefit of not doing, how Chewy slows down and rests, why to delegate tasks, and why contemplation is vital for efficiency. Thanks to the podcast Sponsors: Charlotte's Web CBD. Head over to https://b…
 
Shawn Williams is a 4th degree BJJ black belt under Renzo Gracie, a BJJ analyst and commentator, and the creator of “The Williams Guard.” Shawn shares his story of going to New York to meet Renzo Gracie, moving to New York to train, the high level training partners he had, living and working in New York, the worst job he ever had, using Jiu-Jitsu f…
 
Frank Mir reviews his own pro boxing debut on this past weekend's Triller pay per view, his unfiltered opinion of Oscar De La Hoya's commentary during the fight, and Jake Paul's stunning KO of Ben Askren...along with more wild tales from his insider's account of one of combat sports' wildest nights.By Frank Mir and Richard Hunter
 
Sean is a former Green Beret, former Police Officer, and now runs the YouTube channel, “FNG Academy.” Sean recently released his new book, "Rising Above." On this episode, Sean discusses his difficult childhood, getting in trouble as a kid, seeking out mentors, joining the military to get away, becoming a Green Beret (special forces training), why …
 
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