Turmeric and Curcumin and their cancer prevention benefits

This is an interesting article on benefits of Turmeric and its component Curcumin in prevention of some cancers and it's other health benefits. http://www.lef.org/magazine/mag2011/mar2011_How-Curcumin-Protects-Against-Cancer_01.htm By J. Everett Borger According to the American Cancer Society,1 one out of every three women in the United States risks developing some form of cancer over the course of their lives. For men,... Continue Reading →


This Gluten-Free Thing Is a Really Overblown Fad! by http://www.marksdailyapple.com/

I have been on almost gluten free diet for over a year. I would agree with the article that even though I am not allergic to gluten explicitly, trying to limit it in my diet did bring me to a cleaner and healthier diet. As a result, I dropped 20 lb in about a year... Continue Reading →

Life is worth living 2

Life is worth living for the days like this



Re-blogged from SCRAMBLE In part one I went over, common issues I see with conditioning for grappling sports and application of TUF methods. This one will focus on planning your conditioning approach and how to effectively work in an “inseason” between tournaments to maintain conditioning. This is more or less a lose collection of thoughts and approaches... Continue Reading →



Reposted from SCRAMBLE http://www.scramblestuff.com/thoughts-on-conditioning-for-grappling-competition/ Great article and supports a lot of methodology I've been using in my training. Circuits designed to match competition match times and combination of floor and standing exercise. Overall great article!!! THOUGHTS ON CONDITIONING FOR GRAPPLING COMPETITION BY WILLIAM WAYLAND ~ posted March 4th, 2013 Common mistakes, Misconceptions and Using Technique... Continue Reading →


Hound Roll #6

Breathing is an imporatnt component in Jiu Jitsu. During the allergy season around March - May, I develop seasonal allergies. Those are easily treated with Allegra or Claritin. However, around this time I also get nasal congestion and phlegm which are not related to cold or flue but are a prelude to my allergy season... Continue Reading →


Flu Season … got to deal with it

As any mortal I come down with flu/cold usually once during the season. Being as it may, my turn has come this year. Stuck at home, sick as a dog. Now, I hate taking regular meds. I still do as Tylenol does help with most symptoms. However, I am always on a look out for... Continue Reading →


Keep it up during the holidays!!! A workout for the holidays

Happy New Year everyone!!! As we all know, holidays result in presents, fun, family time and skipped workouts and extra pounds. I have been interested in coming up with routines that would be effective, versatile and not very time-consuming. Especially during holidays or sometimes during injuries, as some of my fellow bjj players know, we... Continue Reading →


Cutting weight for competition … ain’t that a pain

I have had to do it myself a number of times. As a participant in BJJ competitions, I am required to make a certain weight for a specific weight division. And as every competitor knows ... "Cutting weight is a BITCH!!! I used to compete at 175-180 lb weight divisions. I walked around at 185lb. Cutting to... Continue Reading →


Create a website or blog at WordPress.com

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: