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Social Media and Sponsorship in BJJ

Social media avenues such as FaceBook and Instagram make it easier than ever to “brand” ourselves in relation to our jiu-jitsu. This can be both a good or bad thing, depending on what your goals are. Some people look to social media to become overnight superstars for whatever reason – ego, finding sponsorship, etc. In […]

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The Blue Belt Journey /// By: Vincent Inoncillo

Now that you’ve read our post on the stages every white belt goes through (http://www.alldaybjj.com/blog/2017/2/19/stages-every-white-belt-goes-through), we’ll now take you through the next chapter of your jiu-jitsu journey – the blue belt. During this stage, you will be the hammer while white belts are the nails… and at the same time you are the nail for […]

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The Jiu-Jitsu Nomad

Somewhere in between the academy loyalist and the creonte, there is the BJJ nomad. While it’s technical meaning is a person who does not stay long in the same place; a wanderer – the BJJ nomad can be someone who hasn’t quite found their place in a new place just yet or like the true […]

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For the Love of BJJ: Couples Who Compete Together

While most of us wish that our significant others would catch the jiu-jitsu bug along with us, there are couples out there who epitomize a seamless partnership on and off the mats. It’s one thing to train together, but it’s another to be able to compete together. Two couples who recently competed at Pan Ams […]

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Why Consistency is Key in Jiu-Jitsu

Every martial art requires respect and discipline. In order to become successful in the martial arts, particularly jiu-jitsu, consistency is key. Unlike most martial arts, to earn a coveted black belt in jiu-jitsu, it can take anywhere up to 10 years and you have to be over the age of 18. That means that if […]

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The Faixa Preta

We all begin our jiu-jitsu journey for many different reasons. For some, it is to learn how to defend themselves. For others, it is to stay in shape or to become a fighter. Whatever the case, in the end, we most always realize that jiu-jitsu is so much more. It is no longer a hobby, […]

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