A quick note from Dr. Troy Schott: I received this an email from Grapplearts Stephan Kesting. I thought it was excellent and a good set of guidelines that can be applied to all martial arts schools. You can find the complete post here. Below are the guidelines: Guidelines for Opening Up Jiu-Jitsu Again During COVID-19 … More Guidelines For Reopening a Martial Arts School
April 11, 2020 Dr. Troy Schott, D.C. Professor Neto Gomes is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt. He grew up in Brazil, training wrestling, moving into No-Gi BJJ, and then into Gi BJJ. If you wish to train Brazilian jiu jitsu under Professor Neto, he teaches at Paragon BJJ Academy in Aguora Hills, CA; and Hollywood BJJ in Hollywood, … More Modern Martial Arts and Health Radio E04: Neto Gomes on Training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
By Byron Jacobs Simon Lockett & Marc Mastrandrea study Yin Style Bagua Zhang under Master Xu Shixi in Beijing, China. They have forged a deep friendship through their love of the martial arts. Here we have a glimpse into their training, their thoughts and that of their Master’s as well as we visited during an … More Senki – Episode 03 – Simon Lockett & Marc Mastrandrea – Brothers in Arms
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/index.html Tim Cartmell is a martial artist best known as an author and translator of martial arts books. He is an Eighth Degree Black Belt (Master) in Kung-Fu San Soo, spent 11 years in Taiwan and Mainland China training in the Chinese Internal Martial Arts, and a Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He fought in … More Modern Martial Arts and Health Radio Episode 2: Tim Cartmell On What It Means to Train Martial Arts
There is a great deal of debate swirling in the Chinese Martial Arts Community about whether it is ethical to call out those in our community that would otherwise be considered frauds and fakes in any other community. For instance, among the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu community, there are frauds that are called out from time … More Calling Out Frauds: Does It Go Against Wu De?