Every year I tend to do a post to help you get through the Easter Holidays. In the UK Easter Sunday is a bit like Xmas Day in that everything is generally shut but without the great gifts or festive TV. But instead of sharing technique videos I try to share any interesting documentaries or videos I’ve found related to BJJ. You can check out 2017 and 2016 offerings or just dive straight into my latest suggestions. Enjoy!
Continue reading “Netflix & ???? – BJJ Style 2018”
Within my gym its common for a number of the male grapplers to use intermittent fasting as way to lose weight for competition etc and some of the guys I know are big advocates of it. However, like most things as a female grappler it’s not always as straightforward as just doing it the same as the guys! I did try it a couple of times and really didn’t have much success with it and found it pretty difficult so I got researching. Whilst there is research on fasting there isn’t that much available on gender differences (unless you’re a rodent) so this blog will try to pull some of this together with my own experiences so you can be aware of some of the things to watch for. Continue reading “Intermittent Fasting for Women”
I’ve mentioned more than once that this year is very much about BJJ adventures rather than just competitions. So, when I had some spare annual leave left at the end of the year it made sense to pack my bags and take a short break to London with my hubby to enjoy Polaris and some mat time! Continue reading “Minion on Tour – London 2018”
Both of us often get compliments about how awesome it is to be part of a BJJ couple. These range from never having to make excuses to go training or to a seminar, through to envy over our BJJ holidays, the lack of complaints about gi laundry or the fact that gi shopping can be indulged. But there are downsides which I thought I’d share/rant about! 😉 Continue reading “The downsides of being a BJJ couple”