Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Saturday, January 28, 2012

grappling championships June 23rd - Denver


United Grappling Federation - Colorado state grappling championships June 23rd - Denver, CO

Friday, January 27, 2012

2012 NAGA Schedule


2012 NAGA Schedule:
January 28 - NAGA New England (RI)
February 4 - NAGA Philadelphia (PA)
February 11 - NAGA Atlanta (GA)
February 18 - NAGA Tampa (FL)
February 25 - NAGA Oklahoma City (OK)
February 25 - Reality Fighting Pro MMA Fighting (CT)
March 3 - NAGA Utah (UT)
March 10 - NAGA Vegas (NV)
March 10 - NAGA Albany (NY)
March 17 - NAGA Houston (TX)
March 24 - NAGA St. Louis (MO)
March 31 - NAGA Nashville (TN)
April 14&15 - NAGA World Championship (NJ)
April 21 - NAGA Chicago (IL)
April 28 - NAGA Colorado (CO)
May 5 - NAGA Arizona (AZ)
May 5 - NAGA East Coast (RI)
May 12&13 - NAGA Dallas (TX)
May 19 - NAGA Florida (West Palm Beach)
June 2 - NAGA Charlotte (NC)
June 9 - NAGA Memphis (TN)
June 16 - NAGA Columbus (OH)
June 23 - NAGA Virginia Beach (VA)
June 30 - NAGA Hartford (CT)
July 14 - NAGA U.S. Open (Disney World)
July 14 - NAGA Montreal (QC)
July 21 - NAGA Georgia - (Atlanta)
August 4&5 - Battle at the Beach (NJ)
August 4 - Reality Fighting Amateur MMA (NJ)
August 18 - NAGA Illinois (Chicago)
August 25 - NAGA Texas (Houston)
September 8 - NAGA West Coast (NV)
September 15 - NAGA San Francisco (CA)
September 22 - NAGA Salt Lake City (UT)
September 29 - NAGA Oklahoma (OKC)
October 6 - NAGA Florida (West Palm Beach)
October 13 - NAGA Northeast (RI)
October 13 - NAGA Missouri (St. Louis)
October - 20 NAGA Hawaii (Honolulu)
October 27 - NAGA North Carolina (Charlotte)
November 3 - NAGA Midwest (Chicago)
November 10 - NAGA Europe (Paris, France)
November 10 - NAGA Ohio (Columbus)
November 17&18 - North American Championship (NJ)
November 17 - NAGA Tennessee (Nashville)
December 1 - NAGA Southeast (GA)
December 8 - NAGA Pan-American (Tampa, FL)
December 15&16 - World Jiu-Jitsu Championship (Dallas, TX)

For more information, go to: http://www.nagafighter.com

Friday, January 20, 2012

UFC on FX - Results


UFC on FX -Results
January 20th, 2012 UFC on FX. Directly from Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN

Main Card (On FX)
Melvin Guillard v Jim Miller - Miller by Submission (Rear naked Choke) 2:04 R1
Duane "Bang" Ludwig v Josh Neer - Neer by Submission (Guillotine) 3:04 R1
Mike Easton v Jared Papazian - Easton by Judges Split Decision R3
Pat Barry v Christian Morecraft - Barry by KO (Punches) 3:27 R1

Preliminary Card (On Fuel TV)
Jorge Rivera v Eric Schafer - Rivera by TKO (punches) - 1:31 R2
Khabib Nurmagomedov v Kamal Shalorus - Nurmagomedov by Submission (rear naked choke) - 2:08 R3
Charlie Brenneman v Daniel Roberts - Brenneman by Unanimous Judges Decision R3
Fabricio "Morango" Camoes v Tommy Hayden - Camoes by Submission (rear naked choke) - 4:03 R1
Daniel Pineda v Pat Schilling - Pineda by Submission (rear naked choke) - 1:37 R1
Nick Denis v Joseph Sandoval - Denis by KO (elbows) - 0:22 R2

University World Team Trials


University World Team Trials
The 2012 University World Team Trials will be held at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs on August 17-18.

FILA Junior World Team Trials


02-23-2012 FILA PAN AMERICAN WRESTLING


02-23-2012

FILA Pan American Championships

Dave Schultz Memorial International


02-01-2012 wrestling tournament
Dave Schultz Memorial International in Colorado Springs

Thursday, January 19, 2012

mendes seminar



Tomorrow Friday is the last day for sign at the Mendes Bros Seminar for 80 USD. After Tomorrow Until Jan 28th will be 100 USD.
Jan 28th at 12pm will be 3 hours seminar. they will be teaching and training after the seminar. Don't miss this opportunity.
Galvao Jiujitsu Academy/AtoJJ.

TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS 10 - SATURDAY FEBRUARY 11, 2012


TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS 10 - SATURDAY FEBRUARY 11, 2012
COMPETITOR PRICING
•Before February 5th 11:59PM Denver Time: First division is $40, and each additional division is $20.
•February 6th to 10th at 10:00PM Denver Time: First division is $40, and each additional division is $20.
•NO REGISTRATIONS ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT
http://www.fighttowinmma.com/index.php/Future-Events/tournament-of-champions-10.html

Ultimate Absolute NYC 2: Lightweight Edition


Jiu-Jitsu By The Sea Winter 2012


Jiu-Jitsu By The Sea Winter 2012
You are invited to the first Jiu-Jitsu by the Sea competition of the new year. The Winter Jiu-Jitsu by the Sea tournament will be held at the Claudio Franca dojo in Santa Cruz on Saturday February 11th, 2012. The Jiu-Jitsu by the Sea tournament is open to kids of all levels, juveniles, and all divisions in the white, blue and purple belt ranks.
Saturday,
February 11th, 2012


Early Registration Prices:
Kids - $35
Juvenile - Senior $50
- Kids of all levels
- Juveniles
- Adults to Seniors in the White to Purple Belt Ranks.
Sincerely,
Claudio Franca Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

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Monday, January 16, 2012

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Jiu-Jitsu, self-defense—what it has to do with your kids



Jiu-Jitsu, self-defense—what it has to do with your kids
Marcelo Dunlop
@MarceloDunlop

Paraphrasing a movie, have you stopped to think why your friends are scared when they’re alone?
For the same reason we get afraid. Not just the simple fear of something bad happening, or someone big and mean attacking us, or getting beat up and hurt.

The problem with “bullying” is that the cowardly act doesn’t end there. What follows is always overwhelming and traumatizing shame. The shame of not being able to protect one’s self from the cruelty of the world.

JIU-JITSU AGAINST BULLYING

For this new affliction of the century specialists prescribe countless remedies, psychologists and talks with parents. But they ignore a simple preventive measure: the practice of martial arts.

Jiu-Jitsu, as masters Carlos and Helio noted back in the 1930s, is the most effective way to inject confidence and a sense of security into kids, beings inexperienced in this mad, mad world.

Make Jiu-Jitsu that bodyguard ever present with your kids, armor to be used anytime, anywhere. Sign your kids up for Jiu-Jitsu. They’ll never walk alone again

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Parafraseando o filme, você já parou para pensar por que seus filhos têm medo quando estão sozinhos?

Pelo mesmo motivo que nós sentimos medo também. Não é o simples pavor de algo ruim acontecer, ou de ser agredido por alguém maior e cruel, ou de apanhar – e doer.

O problema do “bullying” é que o ato covarde não termina ali. Depois, vem sempre um vexame insuperável e traumatizante. Uma vergonha de não ser capaz de se proteger sozinho da maldade do mundo.

Jiu-Jitsu contra o bullying

Para esse “novo mal do século”, os especialistas receitam inúmeros remédios, psicólogos, conversas com os pais. Mas ignoram uma medida simples e preventiva, a prática das artes marciais.

O Jiu-Jitsu, como mestres Carlos e Helio notaram desde os anos 1930, é o modo mais eficaz de injetar confiança e segurança nas crianças, seres com pouca experiência nesse mundo tão maluco.

Faça do Jiu-Jitsu o guarda-costas que está sempre com você e seus filhos, e uma armadura pronta para usar em qualquer lugar, até no banho. Matricule suas crianças no Jiu-Jitsu. Eles jamais estarão sozinhos de novo.

recent Jiu-Jitsu black belt Gene Pace, 78


Lessons from recent Jiu-Jitsu black belt Gene Pace, 78

Gene Pace earned his black belt at 78 years of age last Thursday.
Gene Pace, a good-natured 78-year-old grandfather, has been training Jiu-Jitsu at Gracie Barra Costa Mesa, California, for the last 15 years.
Upon earning his black belt last Wednesday, Gene was featured in the “Daily Pilot”, newspaper in an article by Sarah Peters with photos by Don Leach, and with the story came some lessons.

Gene trains at GB twice a week, which seems about right for an elder practitioner not to suffer too many injuries.

The promotion ceremony gathered around a hundred of the new black belt’s friends and fans.

“It was pretty touching,” admitted Gene with a chuckle.

IT’S NEVER TOO LATE TO START JIU-JITSU

Mike Buckels, a teacher at GB Costa Mesa, highlighted the greatest quality of the senior 5 black belt (because there’s no such thing as a senior 8 or 9 division).

“He’s Mr Consistency. He never misses a class, ever,” says Buckels, who only had one black belt under him before Gene. “He does exactly what he’s taught. If you show him a position, he’ll perform the movement perfectly.”

Buckels says he’s judicious when pairing Gene up with a sparring partner but stresses that he is not to be underestimated.

GIVING UP HALFWAY IS WEAK

Gene can hang with me in training—I’m over 80 kg—and takes me down. He usually trains with guys about 55 years younger than he is,” says Mike, pointing out one of the peculiarities of Jiu-Jitsu, a gentle martial art where technique can overcome stamina and brute strength.

Gene Pace started practicing martial arts as a way to exercise and to give his grandchildren something to get excited about.

“I thought to myself, ‘They’re not going to kill me, and I might just learn something new.’ Once I got started, I thought, “Am I going to give up and embarrass my grandkids? No way, I’m not going to disrespect them like that. And everyone kept training,” recalls the burly granddad.
Pace’s finish-what-you-started attitude was key in making it to black belt.
Now how about you, dear reader, have you been finishing what you start? Or is there some Jiu-Jitsu missing from the way you see things?
Comment below on what the main thing you learned from Gene Pace is and if there’s someone with a similar story at your Jiu-Jitsu school.

fabio santos



Legendary BJJ instructor Fabio Santos will be in Denver for a seminar at Eminent Training Center Aurora on Sat. Feb 25, 2012 from 11am-1pm. Seminar is two hours, cost is $55 for Eminent Training Center members (from any network location) and $95 for non-members (all affiliations and academies are welcome to attend). Don't miss this exclusive chance to train with the former world champion with over 35 years teaching / competition experience--Fabio has trained many world champions and is a legend!
EMINENT TRAINING CENTER AURORA IS LOCATED INSIDE OF BUILDING A OF THE KENNEDY CENTER, CORNER OF HAVANA AND GIRARD!

Sunday, January 15, 2012

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UFC 142 Results: Aldo vs. Mendes


UFC 142 Results: Aldo vs. Mendes
Check out the full results below.

Main card
Jose Aldo def. Chad Mendes via first-round KO
Vitor Belfort def. Anthony Johnson via submission (rear-naked choke)
Rousimar Palhares def. Mike Massenzio via submission (heel hook)
Carlo Prater wins via disqualification vs. Erick Silva (illegal head blows)
Edson Barboza def. Terry Etim via third-round KO

Saturday, January 14, 2012

U.F.C. Rio Quick Results

U.F.C. Rio Quick Results

U.F.C. Rio- January 14, 2012 from the HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


Prelims on Facebook:
FW: Felipe Arantes vs. Antonio Carvalho - Arantes by Unanimous Judges Dec R3

Prelims on FX:
WW: Ricardo Funch vs. Mike Pyle - Pyle by TKO 1:22 R1
FW: Yuri Alcantara vs. Michihiro Omigawa - Alcantara by Unanimous Judges Dec. R3
HW: Gabriel Gonzaga s. Ednaldo Oliveira - Gonzaga by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) 3:22 R1
LW: Thiago Tavares vs. Sam Stout - Tavares by Unanimous Judges Dec. R3

Main card:
LW: Edson Barboza vs. Terry Etim - Edson Barboza def. Terry Etim by KO (wheel kick) at 2:02, R3
WW: Erick Silva vs. Carlo Prater
MW: Rousimar Palhares vs. Mike Massenzio
MW: Vitor Belfort vs. Anthony Johnson
FW title: Jose Aldo vs. Chad Mendes

Friday, January 13, 2012

15 Tips for Good Hygiene in BJJ


15 Tips for Good Hygiene in BJJ
I've been on the proverbial soap box since we started publishing BJJ Weekly, and if you've been with us for a while you're probably sick of hearing about it. But still every week we get emails from people who aren't sure about what's expected, or they need to deal with a stinky nasty training partner. I asked my friend Bon, the owner of Fight Soap to give us his take on good hygiene. I recommend sharing this article with new training partners so they know right up front what's expected! - Bill

Our lives on the mat revolve around training. As practitioners of the gentle art, we put a lot of attention on BJJ technique, drills, and strategy. What a lot of us tend to forget is that practicing good hygiene before and after training is as important as showing up in class. Being clean not only prevents diseases, but it also makes the experience of rolling enjoyable for everyone.

Here are some practices that we encourage for BJJ:

Come to class in a freshly-laundered Gi. Not just air-dried and sprayed with an odor neutralizer; you want it washed and dried.

Come to class wearing freshly-laundered knee braces, ankle supports, etc. (If you wear these)

Trim your finger nails and toe nails regularly.

Remove any form of jewelry such as necklaces, earrings, and wedding rings before rolling. As these can cause open wounds for you or others.

Freshen your breath or chew gum before rolling. No one wants to know what you’ve eaten beforehand.

Sanitize your hands at the very least BEFORE entering the mats. (Picked this one up from Bas Rutten)

If you sweat profusely during rolling, have a towel nearby to wipe it off with OFTEN.

Always watch out for any form of open wounds that you may have acquired during rolling, this includes friction burns from the mats or gi. Tend to these wounds immediately as these can get infected easily in our training environment.

Wear a rash guard underneath the Gi whenever possible (Some schools actually encourage this).

Use paper towels to wipe away any pools of blood or sweat on the mat and dispose. Do not use your own personal towel to wipe these away. Disinfect the affected area immediately after.

Wear sandals or any form of footwear when using the restrooms, especially when you have to re-enter the mat area.

After training, wipe away any excess sweat, wash up if possible, and get into a fresh change of clothes. Do not linger around wearing anything soaked in sweat.

Hit the showers as soon as possible right after training. Take as hot of a shower that you can tolerate, and take the time to scrub your body with soap very well.

All sweaty clothing and equipment should be taken out of your bags when you get home, and set aside to be washed. Wash your gym bag too if possible.

Finally, volunteer to clean the mats and equipment after class every now and then. It’s a great way to pay homage to the mats where you learn the art. It’s also an excellent way to keep your training environment clean, and show that you care for team like family.

We hope that a lot of these tips aren’t new to you. Remember that in BJJ we have to be very considerate of other people and the environment that we train in. We don’t have any katas in BJJ. Like tango, it takes two to roll. Getting another person sick, or just giving that person a plain horrible experience while training is the last thing that we should ever want. The diseases common to the sport are highly-contagious and can spread to the whole school. There is nothing wrong about paying attention to good hygiene at the gym. It’s actually the responsible thing to do, and it benefits everyone in the end.

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