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  • Travis Stevens Teaches Ouchi Gare!

    Travis Stevens Teaches Ouchi Gare!

    Travis Stevens demonstrates how to do Ouchi Gare!

  • Travis Stevens’ Favorite Arm Lock Breaks – part 1

    Travis Stevens’ Favorite Arm Lock Breaks – part 1

    2x US Judo Olympian & BJJ Black Belt, Travis Stevens shows us two of his favorite grip breaks which he has tested and proven to be some of the most useful on the grappling scene. Try these out during your next practice.

  • How Should Coaches & Athletes Interact?

    How Should Coaches & Athletes Interact?

    A relationship between a coach and an athlete is one like no other! Spending countless hours together on and off the mat; but how can your relationship benefit or not benefit your athlete?

  • New Mat Company Is Well Positioned to Serve Martial Arts, MMA and Yoga Professionals

    Fuji Mats + Facility Design unites three of the industry’s leading experts to create a new company that serves professionals in martial arts, MMA, yoga, and more with high-quality mat flooring and facility design services. Lead by Jimmy Pedro, Olym...

  • FUJI Mats Q&A with the Owners

    FUJI Mats Q&A with the Owners

    FUJI Mats + Facility Design unites three of the industry’s leading experts in mat flooring and facility design to create a new company that serves professionals in martial arts, MMA, yoga, and more.

  • Interview with Jimmy Pedro from The Healthy Primate

    Interview with Jimmy Pedro from The Healthy Primate

    This week we feature our interview with Coach Jimmy Pedro. He is a World Champion, US Olympic Judo Coach, 2 Time Olympic Medalist, Teacher, Father & Student – highly regarded as one of the best Judo competitors of all times.

  • The Top 5 Grip Breaks in Judo & BJJ

    The Top 5 Grip Breaks in Judo & BJJ

    Have you ever competed against someone who is physically stronger than you or is able to get their hands on you first? Understanding how to grip someone’s gi or learning how to gain an advantage when competing via grip fighting is essential to havi...

  • Kayla Harrison Becomes Brand Ambassador for Hatashita Sports

    Kayla Harrison Becomes Brand Ambassador for Hatashita Sports

    Hatashita Sports, the U.S. distributor for Mizuno judo products and owner of the FUJI Sports brand, announces it has signed a new multi-year agreement with Olympic Gold Medalist Kayla Harrison, making the judo world phenom the Brand Ambassador for H...

  • FUJI is Proud to Announce: FUJI by Kayla Fitness Gear

    FUJI is Proud to Announce: FUJI by Kayla Fitness Gear

    FUJI by Kayla is a new line of fitness and grappling gear for women, designed by 2012 Olympic Judo Champion Kayla Harrison.

  • Koji Ando Goes for the ONE Title!

    Koji Ando Goes for the ONE Title!

    Best of luck to Team FUJI athlete Koji Ando as he goes for the ONE CHAMPIONSHIP MMA Title in Singapore on May 22nd!

  • Interview with Female BJJ Superstar Sophia Drysdale

    Interview with Female BJJ Superstar Sophia Drysdale

    Check out this exclusive interview with BJJ World Champion Sophia Drysdale!

  • Sophia Drysdale Teaches a Triangle!

    Sophia Drysdale Teaches a Triangle!

    Learn how to execute a triangle from double sleeve by BJJ World Champion Sophia Drysdale!

  • Meet the Host of the Girls in Gis Nevada Chapter Grand Opening Event-Sophia Drysdale!

    Meet the Host of the Girls in Gis Nevada Chapter Grand Opening Event-Sophia Drysdale!

    On September 27th 2015 Girls in Gis returns to Nevada for the Girls in Gis Nevada Chapter Grand Opening. The festivities will mark the beginning of regular Girls in Gis events throughout the state of Nevada.

  • Sophia Drysdale 2016 Seminar/Camp Schedule

    Sophia Drysdale 2016 Seminar/Camp Schedule

  • Building a Tournament Gameplan

    Building a Tournament Gameplan

    Building a gameplan for jiu jitsu competition can be difficult; especially if you really have no idea where to start. When I do private lessons this is typically the most common reason why the student has booked my time.

  • Three Ways To Train Jiu Jitsu When You’re Hurt

    Three Ways To Train Jiu Jitsu When You’re Hurt

    We’ve all been there; banged up, laid out, on the sidelines. Injuries in jiu jitsu are practically inevitable. Yes, the gentle art can be quite tough on your body, so how do you progress when you’re out with an injury?

  • Three Tips For Improving Tournament Jiu Jitsu

    In honor of newly launched Fuji Jiu Jitsu Championship Series, we wanted to give you a taste of some of the ideas espoused in all of the research we’ve collected over at our website, BishopBjj.com. Jiu jitsu is so much more than just a sport, or a ...

  • Regression in Jiu-Jitsu

    Regression in Jiu-Jitsu

    This was a conversation I had with a close friend years ago when I was still a purple belt. He was older than me and had been training jiu jitsu twice as long as I had. At that time, my friend was right. I had beaten the dog snot out of him easily th...

  • The Money Jiu-Jitsu Concept

    The Money Jiu-Jitsu Concept

    What if I told you there was one thing that you could do that would allow you to win 80% of all your jiu jitsu matches. That’s right 80%. Jiu jitsu like any other sport is measurable, and if you play the numbers you might be able to come out on top...

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