I have officially now been a blogger for just over three whole years! Part of this blog has always been about sharing and recording my own journey so every year I am little self indulgent and take my anniversary post as chance to reflect on what’s been happening in my BJJ life. Don’t worry the 1st and 2nd year ones don’t contain any key plot points so you can just jump right in lol!
Continue reading “The 3rd Birthday Blog”
This year is very much more about BJJ trips and adventures than competitions so I needed a gi to help me on my travels. I have a number of Gr1ps gi’s that I have reviewed on here so on comparing to size charts it made sense to test out their travel option!
Apologies for the delay in this review, I did but this gi in January but its taken a few months for it to be warm enough in the UK and to fit in a couple of training trips to fully test it out!
Continue reading “Gr1ps Athletics Superlight Gi”
Jits and the City is a simple concept it combines a city break opportunity with the chance to train BJJ. We heard about it as its run by one of our friends from Stealth BJJ – Brown Belt Gaz Louth and his girlfriend. So as we were all in Barcelona for the European Masters it made perfect sense to meet up with Gaz and travel back to Madrid with him to explore all that Jits and the City had to offer! Continue reading “BJJ Minion on Tour – Jits and the City Madrid”
The Masters International Championships Europe ran for the first time last year. Regular readers will know that last year I had a rollercoaster of a year competition wise and this comp was definitely one of the more bumpy bits! But as I haven’t competed since the World Masters due to injuries and niggles it was definitely time to dust myself off and step up again! Continue reading “Masters International Championships – Europe 2018”