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Keenan Vs Cyborg- Diving Backtake Against Helicopter Sweep

Keenan Vs Cyborg Diving Backtake against Helicopter Sweep

Being Too Comfortable – For Serious Competitors Only

Today I want to write about a theme in many boxing movies. The best boxer in the world who came out of the the worst part of town and now is comfortable in his new mansion. He doesn’t run to the gym any longer, now he drives his Bentley. He doesn’t sleep in the same […]

A Lesson in Perseverance – 3 Feet from Gold

In a previous article It is not all about jiu-jitsu (https://bjjengineer.com?p=333) I talked a little bit about the importance of not giving up. There is a book out there that I really recommend everyone to read it. It is a masterpiece. Napoleon Hill’s “Think and Grow Reach” teaches you what is necessary to become a […]

Can You Improve Without an Instructor.

Dear Readers, There are certain ingredients that a person needs to become successful: 1. Drive/Passion/Perseverance/Will Power: and a similar of character traits that are found within a person. 2. Intelligence/Decisions/Common Sense/Logic: and a bunch of intellectual traits found in the athlete that will help him maximize the resources around him to  the best extent possible. […]

The 50/50 Position has created a lot of drama between Atos and Alliance. Rafael Mendes has been using it to control Allliance's superstar Ruben "Cobrinha" Charles...Watch Videos and Read More Now

The 50/50 Position – Defenses, Sweeps, Attacks and Drama

The 50/50 Position has created a lot of drama between Atos and Alliance. Rafael Mendes has been using it to control Allliance’s superstar Ruben “Cobrinha” Charles…Watch Videos and Read More Now

World Professional Jiu-Jitsu Cup 2009 – Fights Collection

2009 World Pro BJJ Cup Under 75kg Semi-Final: Marcelo Garcia vs. Michel Maia 2009 World Pro BJJ Cup Absolute Quarter Final: Marcelo Garcia vs. Victor Estima 2009 World Pro BJJ Cup Under 75kg 1st Round: Marcelo Garcia vs. Julio Quintieri You Snooze You Loose 2009 World Pro BJJ Cup Absolute Semi-Final: Braulio Estima vs. Marcelo […]

Rickson Gracie Seminars from Hawaii, Chicago, and Morning Workout Video

Rickson Gracie Seminars from Hawaii, Chicago, and Morning Workout Video. Is the Legend True? Can You Tell From These Videos? Watch Them Now!

Muscle-Up: Update #2..Some one reached 13!

Someone reached 13. Who was it?…Read More.

3 Techniques From Danny Ives and Ivey League MMA

There is always something I say when people ask me to whom I owe my triumphs in BJJ too… Read More.

Leo Vieira – Seminar in Hawai – Gi and No-Gi

Some other crazy individual uploaded the entire Leo Viera Hawaii Seminar to YouTube. Read More…

Bucket List – A Super Important List of Goals…- PART 1

23 December 2009

Ok now that we are done watching this emotional movie trailer…lets get talking about some serious stuff. Not too long ago we spoke about goals in Goals For Athletes (https://bjjengineer.com?p=328)> You definitely need to read this. Anyways one thing that we discuss was the importance of writing your goals daily to embed them in our […]

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It’s is not all about jiu-jitsu.

12 December 2009

Today I wanted to write about something I have been wanting to write for a long time.  Why do we train BJJ? I bet for everyone is a different reason. Today I will tell you mine. It wasn’t always this way. I started like most… I loved the sport I thought it was fun , […]

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Goals Part 5: Additional Techniques To Accelerate Your Progress

08 December 2009

You should have read so far: Goals for Athletes Part 1: https://bjjengineer.com?p=328 Goals for Athletes Part 2: https://bjjengineer.com?p=329 Goals for Athletes Part 3: https://bjjengineer.com?p=330 & Goals for Athletes Part 4: https://bjjengineer.com?p=331 As promised in  our last article you can multiply the effectiveness of the 3P’s method with a couple of additional techniques. First, after you […]

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Goals for Athletes Part 4: Special Rules for Writing Your Goals Daily!

07 December 2009

You should have read so far: Goals for Athletes Part 1: https://bjjengineer.com?p=328 Goals for Athletes Part 2: https://bjjengineer.com?p=329 & Goals for Athletes Part 3: https://bjjengineer.com?p=330 There are some special rules that you must follow to get the most out of writing your goals daily. First you must use the three P forumla.: Your goals must […]

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Goals For Athelete Part 3: Start Doing This Technique Today!

07 December 2009

Before Reading Part 3 I hope you read: Goals for Athletes Part 1: https://bjjengineer.com?p=328 & Goals for Athletes Part 2: https://bjjengineer.com?p=329 Goals For Athlete Part 3: Start Doing This Technique Today! As promised today I will share this technique I started implementing: WRITE YOUR GOALS DAILY! I got this technique from Success Coach Brian Tracy. […]

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Goal for Athletes Part 2: A Shocking Study!

06 December 2009

Before you read this you should read PART 1 – GOALS FOR ATHLETES: https://bjjengineer.com?p=328 As promised today I am going to talk about a crazy study that was perform twice in history that will blow your mind away.This is from the book “What They Don’t Teach You At Harvard Business School” by ~ Mark H. […]

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Goals for Athletes

04 December 2009

Before I even begin to write the following article I am going to let you know that if the following sounds very intelligent I don’t want to get any credit for it. What I’m doing is adapting ideas from one of my favorite books “Goals” by Bryan Tracy for athletes. This is a book which […]

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The importance of TESTING! – A “McDojo Tool or Championship Team MUST”

03 December 2009

As must of the readers of the BJJEngineer.com know I run Third Law Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in Naples, FL. Third Law is growing very quickly and know it even offers kick-boxing/muay-thai.  Anyways when I started the school I had the goal of quickly putting it on the planet , producing some of the best practitioners taht […]

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Health Insurance for Athletes MADE SIMPLE!

30 November 2009

If you’re shopping for health insurance, get ready for a headache. You might think you know what a deductible is. But do you understand co-insurance percentages, in-network vs. out-of-network or out-of-pocket max. I didn’t, and honestly, I don’t want to think about it anymore. But I hope that the hours I spent figuring it out, […]

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Great Solo Drills @ Home for BJJ and MMA

29 November 2009

I have a lot of students who wonder what exercises they can do at home to improve their Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in Florida. The list is extensive. I have filmed many of them and you can find them all over Youtube. I wanted to show 3 today. The first two will allow you to develop great […]

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