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Jiu Jitsu (In a neck-shell)


Someone in class has been consistent in asking me about submissions.  For the last two weeks it has been, “I need more submissions”.  I insure them that needing more submissions probably isn’t the case.  They disagreed so we rolled.  After

Scott Vincent behring jiu jitsu

Jiu Jitsu (In a neck-shell)


Someone in class has been consistent in asking me about submissions.  For the last two weeks it has been, “I need more submissions”.  I insure them that needing more submissions probably isn’t the case.  They disagreed so we rolled.  After

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The Difference Between Blue Belt And Purple In Brazilian Jiu Jitsu


There is a difference between blue and purple belts…a big one.  Being a fresh purple belt, I can’t tell you what it’s like to be a purple just yet, but I know what made me one…flow and confidence. As a

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The Difference Between Blue Belt And Purple In Brazilian Jiu Jitsu


There is a difference between blue and purple belts…a big one.  Being a fresh purple belt, I can’t tell you what it’s like to be a purple just yet, but I know what made me one…flow and confidence. As a

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5 Crazy And Unsolved Mysteries In The Mountains


Unsolved mysteries are always pretty badass to read.  Unsolved mountain mysteries are even badasser.  The reason is that mountains are remote, and there’s always the dream that you’ll be up hiking one day and discover something that the world wrote

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5 Crazy And Unsolved Mysteries In The Mountains


Unsolved mysteries are always pretty badass to read.  Unsolved mountain mysteries are even badasser.  The reason is that mountains are remote, and there’s always the dream that you’ll be up hiking one day and discover something that the world wrote

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Master Sylvio Behring Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Seminar (Hidden Valley MMA)


Well, this past April 26-29, 2012 was the seminar with Master Sylvio Behring and our belt grading with Hidden Valley MMA.  I have to be honest and say that I’ve only missed one seminar with Master Sylvio since picking up BJJ, and

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Master Sylvio Behring Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Seminar (Hidden Valley MMA)


Well, this past April 26-29, 2012 was the seminar with Master Sylvio Behring and our belt grading with Hidden Valley MMA.  I have to be honest and say that I’ve only missed one seminar with Master Sylvio since picking up BJJ, and

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The Finer Points And Tips For The Triangle Choke (Sankaku Jime)


The triangle is one of those chokes in Judo and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu that everyone loves…unless you’re caught in it and you try desperately to “answer the phone” before taking an ill-planned nap.  There are many reasons to love the

BJJ on an enormous crossword puzzle

The Finer Points And Tips For The Triangle Choke (Sankaku Jime)


The triangle is one of those chokes in Judo and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu that everyone loves…unless you’re caught in it and you try desperately to “answer the phone” before taking an ill-planned nap.  There are many reasons to love the

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Your Instructor Knows You Have To Lose


If you’ve ever heard the term “quicksand”, used in competition, you know what I’m talking about…you lose once, no big deal.  Lose again, you think it’s just a bad couple of months…lose again…uh-oh…something is wrong…then you think instead of react

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Your Instructor Knows You Have To Lose


If you’ve ever heard the term “quicksand”, used in competition, you know what I’m talking about…you lose once, no big deal.  Lose again, you think it’s just a bad couple of months…lose again…uh-oh…something is wrong…then you think instead of react

REACT TO ME!

My Favorite Choke: The Okuri-Eri-Jime (Bow and Arrow to you Jiu Jitsu cats)


Ok, so check this out, compliments of The Human Weapon: This is the Okuri-Eri-Jime.  It’s my favorite choke.  Note the grey guy with his left leg over the other grey guy’s waist.  Also note the expression on the grey guy’s face. 

REACT TO ME!

My Favorite Choke: The Okuri-Eri-Jime (Bow and Arrow to you Jiu Jitsu cats)


Ok, so check this out, compliments of The Human Weapon: This is the Okuri-Eri-Jime.  It’s my favorite choke.  Note the grey guy with his left leg over the other grey guy’s waist.  Also note the expression on the grey guy’s face. 

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Top 5 Tales of Survival Too Insane For You To Pull Off


There’s “surviving”, then there’s “SUURVIVINNNG”.  I’ve survived many things in my life, but it tops out at the time I was 14 and had a cavity for a week.  That shit sucked.  However, I will gladly take a slap in

Photo taken moments before it was realized that a cold garage isn't ideal for thawing out people

Top 5 Tales of Survival Too Insane For You To Pull Off


There’s “surviving”, then there’s “SUURVIVINNNG”.  I’ve survived many things in my life, but it tops out at the time I was 14 and had a cavity for a week.  That shit sucked.  However, I will gladly take a slap in

Jiu-Jitsu Educational Roll vs. Respect vs. Losses


What is rolling?  Rolling is a way to develop your game in real world situations, that’s it.  There are two kinds: Educational roll: Rolling when the higher-level “roller” is helping you out Rolling in general: Kicking ass Here’s the difference:

Jiu-Jitsu Educational Roll vs. Respect vs. Losses


What is rolling?  Rolling is a way to develop your game in real world situations, that’s it.  There are two kinds: Educational roll: Rolling when the higher-level “roller” is helping you out Rolling in general: Kicking ass Here’s the difference:

Jiu Jitsu Purple Belt Progressive Guard (Pass)


Ok, time is getting closer to my test…here is a demonstration of the Sylvio Behring Progressive guard system…or as they say in Swahili, “Some badass shit.” (Props to John Valentine, Don Newman and me (halfway through)). Ok ok, I jumped

Jiu Jitsu Purple Belt Progressive Guard (Pass)


Ok, time is getting closer to my test…here is a demonstration of the Sylvio Behring Progressive guard system…or as they say in Swahili, “Some badass shit.” (Props to John Valentine, Don Newman and me (halfway through)). Ok ok, I jumped

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Uchi Mata Tips (Mistakes I Make)


Yesterday I took 2nd in the Utah State Judo Championships.  I didn’t take first for one reason; I didn’t commit to my uchi-mata. Let me explain.  I took up Judo/Jiu-Jitsu nearly 3 years ago and finally have a wall nearing

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Uchi Mata Tips (Mistakes I Make)


Yesterday I took 2nd in the Utah State Judo Championships.  I didn’t take first for one reason; I didn’t commit to my uchi-mata. Let me explain.  I took up Judo/Jiu-Jitsu nearly 3 years ago and finally have a wall nearing

Here Comes The Purple (Uh-oh!)


So here’s the formula: 1 year = 52 weeks/2 = 104 weeks/ 2.5 years = 130 130 weeks x 4 hours per week (4 hours being the bare minimum for sake of the formula) = 520 hours 520 hours…that’s my

Here Comes The Purple (Uh-oh!)


So here’s the formula: 1 year = 52 weeks/2 = 104 weeks/ 2.5 years = 130 130 weeks x 4 hours per week (4 hours being the bare minimum for sake of the formula) = 520 hours 520 hours…that’s my

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Things Break, Suck It Up


In the last two years and some change, here is a list of injuries that I’ve suffered during Judo randori and BJJ tournaments and rolling: Torn trapezius Fractured rib Torqued (sprained) neck x 2 (yes, my guillotine defense needs work)

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Things Break, Suck It Up


In the last two years and some change, here is a list of injuries that I’ve suffered during Judo randori and BJJ tournaments and rolling: Torn trapezius Fractured rib Torqued (sprained) neck x 2 (yes, my guillotine defense needs work)

Pressure in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu


Pressure…not exactly the first thing that comes to mind when making a list of “Things I Enjoy Being Under”. Pressure is essential in Brazilian Jiu Jistu. At the time of this writing I’m a mid-level blue belt and am just

Pressure in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu


Pressure…not exactly the first thing that comes to mind when making a list of “Things I Enjoy Being Under”. Pressure is essential in Brazilian Jiu Jistu. At the time of this writing I’m a mid-level blue belt and am just

Pressure in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu


Pressure…not exactly the first thing that comes to mind when making a list of “Things I Enjoy Being Under”. Pressure is essential in Brazilian Jiu Jistu.  At the time of this writing I’m a mid-level blue belt and am just

Pressure in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu


Pressure…not exactly the first thing that comes to mind when making a list of “Things I Enjoy Being Under”. Pressure is essential in Brazilian Jiu Jistu.  At the time of this writing I’m a mid-level blue belt and am just