Black belts demonstrate revolutionary techniques they learned from the Gracie. What’s more: Carlinhos Gracie on keeping a sound body; Joel Tudor on his submission over Rani; emails to a young fighter and much more.
“Sound body” is the title of another meaty article. Carlos Gracie Jr guided our report crew in search of the doctrine of the ideal body, a place where anyone would wish to pitch tent. It’s not about looks. Jiu-Jitsu culture is concerned with what’s on the inside, within your organism. Sleep, digestion, balance, breathing, discipline, nourishment, flexibility, exercise, consistency. All these topics were mulled over by Carlinhos, and the result you will find in an article that will change the way you live – for the better!
The special story for this month’s GRACIEMAG is a tribute to Rickson Gracie the Jiu-Jitsu teacher. We called on several black belts who have had their games revolutionized by the Gracie’s refined technique. Based on this field of influence the team will reveal a wealth of teachings so that readers may evolve in the gentle art.
We also have an inspired Martin Rooney, presenting high-performance exercises to strengthen our reader’s hips.
Beyond all that there’s a special Training Program with Mike Fowler, who clues us in with handy pointers on how guard passers can reach half-guard and submit their opponent’s right from there, without even having to get to side control.
In the monthly GRACIE Magazine Association section, Jiu-Jitsu’s growth in Latin América, a hero training in New York, Marcio Feitosa’s Midwest tour, a class direct from Japan and the latest news from our associates around the world.
Overall, this month’s GRACIEMAG is one of the most diverse we’ve ever put together, you can’t miss it. As suspect as it may seem, me recommend it!
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