It was a hard battle. I couldn’t think of a satisfactory opening, and my opponent pulled me into the fray first. I tried to counter everything being thrown at me, but it’d been over a year since we clashed last, and their game has evolved since then. But finally, I saw my opening and it was all over. And I was the one with her hand raised in victory. My taxes? Submitted.
One of the rare few OT posts I've made
But as a born-and-raised Maryland girl, I feel legally obligated to say the following: “The laces were in! THEY WERE IN!”
I'd like to think that MLK was a psychic
One day, he foresaw that boys and girls of all colors would train in a Brazilian martial art and then go eat at Chipotle on his national holiday in the spirit of brotherhood. I’d also like to think that Dr. King would have had bitchin’ takedown defense if he’d rolled.
Our relationship with Jiu-Jitsu is a lot like love. You have be falling in love...– Fernando Terere Augusto (via trianglejake) Eternal reblog.
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Parents, if you really loved your children, you'd... →
A decent article from a mom’s POV on the advantages of BJJ in her daughter’s life.
Innovations in Jiu-jitsu
While messing around after class, I think my teammate attempted the BJJ world’s first “Shibari Necktie” on me. I’m passing guard and then I see a flash of blue. Next thing I know, my right arm, neck and shoulder are all trussed up. All I could think was