How to get your own black belt in grappling, grappling tournaments, and the like
When a young kid at my gym asked me to teach him how to grapple I was immediately sold.
The grappling scene was getting huge and it was something that I wanted to be a part of, so I figured I’d give it a shot.
I started with a few different styles but after a while I found that my style of grappling wasn’t what appealed to the people I was training.
I felt that the more I worked with the people who had the experience and the ability to teach the art, the more confident I felt I was in my own abilities and the art itself.
After I’d gotten my first two black belts, I went to two more, and then I started training with top tier grappling artists, but the amount of work I put in to get the black belts was a huge drain on my life.
I’ve always felt that my body and mind are really important to me and that’s why I focus so much on them.
In my personal life, I’ve found that I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, I enjoy playing video games and I enjoy hanging out with my friends and family.
For me, the idea of being a grappler is very fulfilling, but it also is extremely draining and I want to get back to being able to have a normal life.
At this point, I’m not looking to change any of my training philosophies.
I want people to train in the art of grappling.
When you’re training for your MMA fight, you can’t be sure that you’re going to win.
That’s when you need to get really good at your sport and you have to really get into it.
At the same time, the sport is the only thing I can truly focus on and that has made me really happy.
It’s something that’s been my main motivation throughout my life and I’ve had it as my main reason to stay in the game of grappling for so long.
For most people, it would be difficult to tell a beginner from a pro, but for me, I just don’t think of myself as a beginner.
I have an extremely well-rounded training background and I feel like I’ve been able to really tap into my true potential, and I think that’s something I’m very fortunate to have.
In the past, I never really felt like I had a clear path to becoming a better grappler, but I have a different mindset now.
I’m more focused on the process of training, the amount and types of mistakes I make and the overall knowledge I’ve accumulated in my journey.
If you’re interested in learning more about the art and the people behind it, check out the grappling history section of my website.
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