There are dozens of ways to approach your martial arts progress, but what we’ve found over the years is that the key is to drill down and get SIMPLE. So with simplification at the fore, let’s delve into the 5 things you need in order to see in-the-dojo training success. #1 – Set a Specific
Brooklyn Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu continues its tradition of using the martial arts as an empowerment tool for women all over Brooklyn as it presents a new edition of its Women’s Personal Protection Seminar on Wednesday, March 16, 2016. The event is free, and is specifically geared to women who have had no prior martial arts experience.
A complete martial arts practice is not just about what you learn on the mat, but what you experience in your everyday life outside the dojo. Experiencing relationships, art, books – it all influences your black belt journey. To help expand your learnings, Shihan Dunn has some recommended books for all students to add to
Martial arts teaches a balance between mindfulness of the present and planning for the future. Your best years are ahead of you, not behind you. So, in preparation for 2016, we would like you to think about the power of being a fast starter and a strong finisher. What’s the best way to make this