Big Apple BJJ Open 2013 Gold Medal


I have been competing for few years now and have placed in a few tournaments. On May 18th, I competed in Big Apple BJJ Open 2013 in NYC, organized by Vitor Shaolin, in Man's Masters Light weight (168) division. I am 35 so this is my last year in the Masters division. My goal is to... Continue Reading →

A beautiful poem from a friend’s blog “Thousand Lions In”


Check out his blog http://thousandlionsin.blogspot.in/ and his Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Thousand-Lions-In/366640260113619?hc_location=stream VUP (Very Unimportant People) I'm a very unimportant person and my family has always been struggling for money. Financial & mental rat race is where we live. I'm the one who carves, chisels and polishes the statue for months and is kept away from it behind... Continue Reading →

Thai Chicken Curry with buckwheat


Nice Thai Chicken Curry recipe Easy to make and goes very well with buckwheat (lighter option to rice) The dish was light and delicious INGREDIENTS: 1 Tbsp peanut oil or canola oil 2 garlic cloves, minced 2 tsp fresh minced ginger 1 large onion, sliced 1 Tbsp red Thai curry paste 1 cup chicken stock 1 can light coconut... Continue Reading →

Universal Misunderstandings Of Jiu Jitsu by Ryron Gracie … reposted from http://bjjvideovault.com/


An interesting perspective on Brazilian Jiu Jitsu training and approach http://bjjvideovault.com/universal-misunderstandings-of-jiu-jitsu/ Personally, I agree with Ryron. Original idea of BJJ was exactly what he is talking about... survival. However, with a IBJJF tournament approach, it is hard to practice it to full extend. Never the less, some of it can be applied in a tournament.... Continue Reading →

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