We were lucky enough to be graced with a visit to Newman from a good friend of mine Cleve Williams. I met Cleve around Feb 2009 on one of my training trips to the Submission Factory in Perth Western Australia. At the time Cleve was a Purple belt and had just returned to training after having some time off. Continue reading “Clevey Williams Visit -5/5/17 – Newman WA”
So how do you prepare yourself to possibly train everyday or at least be ready to?
To get the most out of this trip I need to be able to take full advantage of the training that is on offer. This means potentially training 2-3 times a day everyday of the week for short periods.
Like most practitioners I have spent a majority of my Jiu-Jitsu career training once a day 3 times a week, supplemented with cross training such as weights, running and other circuit programs. This was largely due to the availability of class times with the club.
I was first introduced in the term “training to be able to train” by my first coach Continue reading “Training to be able to Train”
So the first post has little to do with BJJ directly,
How do you go about making what some would consider a life changing decision? Well the decision itself was very easy to make, who wouldn’t want to put work on hold to travel?
When the idea first struck me that I could make a dream a possibility is was a bit of a joke between mates. We were discussing how much leave we did and Continue reading “Making the Easiest/Hardest Decision”