In Episode #8 of "The Code Podcast", Gracie Jiu-jitsu Blackbelts (Team Pedro Sauer) Rob Magao and Rich "Scarecrow" McKeegan talk with Eric Lundell. Eric is a career LEO, SWAT Team Leader and BJJ Brown Belt under Jay Bell of Gracie Farmington Valley.
Team Delima brown belt, Jay Bell, demonstrates another attack option from the "failoplata"
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Aug 07, 2000 · Jay Bell left a link for you in the Ninpo forum. My understanding, as explaned by a former Bujinkan/Genbukan practitioner and instructor, is that it was a family art that is still practiced by some members of the family. They do not agree with Hatsumi Sensei's claims …
Gracie Farmington Valley. August 1 at 12:52 PM ·. Ohhhh boooyyy!!! We’re always so excited when Jay Bell gets some BJJ Globetrotting in. Not a bad gig to travel to some gorgeous places to roll with awesome people, but make no mistake he ALWAYS comes back recharged and ready to blow our minds! 🤯. Jay Bell.
Jay Bell won over Frank “The Tank” McKnight1981 – Promoted to 4th Degree Black Belt Lawrence McSwain, Zanshin Kai Goju Ryu1982 – East Coast Karate Championships Black Belt Men Middleweight Fighting 1st Place1983 – East Coast Karate Championships
May 27, 2003 · Originally posted by Jay Bell ... There are also numerous hits for jiu-jitsu which I also think of as an older transliteration. No hits for bujitsu but 4 hits for bujutsu. Ninjitsu, 1 hit; ninjutsu, 48 hits. It looks like -jutsu is the preferred style everywhere except possibly in jujitsu/jujutsu. It isn't just the Brazialian forms-- the -jitsu ...
Dec 24, 2009 · Brought to you by Team Delima brown belt: Jay Bell www.teamdelima.comHere Jay Bell demonstrates an interesting counter to a common omoplata escapeAuthor: Gracie Farmington Valley
Dec 24, 2009 · Luis Rosario, assistant instructor from Plus One Defense Systems demonstrates a nice option for finishing your opponent once you have taken his back
Additionally, our Macarra Norwich BJJ school has a rather distinctive BJJ lineage, and access to highly skilled practitioners affiliated with the school, Charlie being one of them, as well as Marcio Stambowsky, Greg Wood, Brad Wolfson, and Jay Bell to name a few.
The sword you are speaking of doesn't come from Saito ryu. It was great catching up with my friend Jeff "Big Frog" Curran. Many people start BJJ only to quit after their first few months. Ricardo is a purple belt that runs the website Jiu-Jitology. Aug 13, Obi Wan Shinobi. In this episode we talk about how he got started training, fighting and the thrill of competing at the highest level. In situations where batto was used, the opponent could reach over to draw their sword. Taking a little time off will not hurt you, and your teammates will appreciate you keeping your germs to yourself. Our whole famliy is training at GFV. Roughly translated Jim has trained with numerous well-known jiu-jitsu and MMA practitioners. Moves take a long time to understand, if you only do one move a night you will still learn lots of BJJ. However, BJJ systems usually use the '-jitsu' spelling, possibly to further distinguish themselves from Japanese jujutsu. Stand Up and Striking. This is the second half of our interview with Ricardo Castaneda. With more than 14 years of training, Jay is one of the best and most patient teachers I have ever worked with. Jay went from white belt to brown belt under Royce Gracie, He later received his black belt from Marco Delima. Originally posted by Cthulhu I believe I did mention that they make their own distinction from ninjutsu by intentionally spelling it ninjItsu. I have been blessed to learn most of my game from Jay and will continue to learn from him as a student and as his friend. Never a dull moment and always a straight shooter, Keith Owen hits the mark on many topics in this episode. He is not only the nicest guy around, he also can fix anything. Tatsukin Guest. He taught a move I had practiced endlessly under another Gracie but could never quite make happen in sparring. We cover all topics from how to lure back blue belts who quit, law enforcement engaging in training jiu jitsu, to Bruce Lee himself! This is what in history was referred to as a shinobi-to. Rob Magao April 15, Originally posted by higuma Roughly translated Log in Register. Thank you Jay. Seek nothing outside of yourself. Eric has fought MMA, served overseas and at home and continues to teach LEOs in the areas of arrest and control, firearms and active shooter. The two kanji jutsu and jitsu are definitely not the same. Jay is a Marine Corps veteran, a scout master, husband, and father of two. He likes unicorns and long walks on the beach. Rob Magao June 30, Dylan began his jiu jitsu journey in the early days of GFV and has gone on to become both an amazing competitor and coach. I recommend any kids, teens or adults to go and learn some great jiu jitsu and stand up. Forums New posts Search forums. It is an entirely different animal, likely a product of Phelps' overactive imagination. Contact us. On episode 15 of the Code Podcast we have an absolute legend! Jun 29, Kenpodoc. LEO Matt Hogan joins us to share his experience and how amazing the service is. Back Classes Instructors. To listen to a person that has come from Brazil and evolved with all the seasons that jiu jitsu has gone through over the past 20 years is awesome, enjoy!
Episode 22 is up on YouTube! We will have the audio version available soon on Spotify and Apple Podcasts The Scarecrow takes a little longer with his editing lol. We had a recording glitch, but most just listen anyway. He was one of the first Americans to earn a teaching certificate through the original Instructor Certification Program at the Gracie Academy, and one of the first Americans to earn a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Episode 20, Dr. Yoni Elder. In this episode they discuss Dr. Elder's growing up in Israel, his time in the military, his path to becoming a doctor, dealing with Covid as a doctor and his BJJ journey to blackbelt. Episode 19 is up! Do your research and contact your state representatives if you have concerns about this bill. Elliot was a Hartford Police Officer from through Elliot's practice concentrates on the representation of law enforcement officers and municipalities. He also acts as a law enforcement advisor for police departments and individual officers on policy issues, critical incidents and law related questions. With Thomas P. Episode 18! In this episode we discuss Tom's journey into police work, his passion for teaching cops and competing in BJJ. Episode 17 is here! In this episode we discuss Chad's journey into police work and BJJ, current issues around the country regarding use of force and training of police officers in areas of defensive tactics and use of force. He has been a pillar in the CT jiu jitsu community and has an incredible wealth of knowledge in martial arts and self defense training. We bounce all over covering topics ranging from bjj, weapons training, and mental health in this episode. To listen to a person that has come from Brazil and evolved with all the seasons that jiu jitsu has gone through over the past 20 years is awesome, enjoy! On episode 15 of the Code Podcast we have an absolute legend! We had a blast, we hope you do to! We talk about competing, the clashes of self defense vs sport, gi vs no gi, and geek out on all things Star Wars. Episode 13 is up! It was great catching up with my friend Jeff "Big Frog" Curran. In this episode we talk about how he got started training, fighting and the thrill of competing at the highest level. We discuss training, lifestyle, and the real truths about having an impassible guard! Join us for a great episode as we continue to balance jiu jitsu and law enforcement topics! And we delve into the dark secrets of cross training at other BJJ schools! Eric has fought MMA, served overseas and at home and continues to teach LEOs in the areas of arrest and control, firearms and active shooter. Jason is an Alliance brown belt, active duty Minnesota LEO, and a huge advocate of combining the two! Jiu Jitsu Five-O believes Jiu Jitsu is the solution to most problems surrounding police use of force. They show cops how to train for real and look good while doing it, through technique videos, articles, promoted courses and the freshest apparel and gear. This episode is no fluff and straight to the point…Go Train! The Code Podcast has our next guest…The Rhino! We cover all topics from how to lure back blue belts who quit, law enforcement engaging in training jiu jitsu, to Bruce Lee himself! Never a dull moment and always a straight shooter, Keith Owen hits the mark on many topics in this episode. LEO Matt Hogan joins us to share his experience and how amazing the service is. A really humanitarian story as well as our usual interaction between each other, which is never a dull moment! Back Classes Instructors. Rob Magao June 30, Rob Magao January 15, Rob Magao January 6, Rob Magao July 17, Rob Magao June 20, Rob Magao June 16, Rob Magao May 22, Rob Magao May 19, Rob Magao May 15, Rob Magao May 12, Rob Magao May 1, Rob Magao April 29, Rob Magao April 25, Rob Magao April 23,
He has trained for more than 20 years, and received the second stripe on his black belt from Grand Master Marcio Stambowski. In this episode we discuss Tom's journey into police work, his passion for teaching cops and competing in BJJ. Join us for a great episode as we continue to balance jiu jitsu and law enforcement topics! Episode 22 is up on YouTube! Speak highly of those who deserve it and encourage those who need a little support. Episode 18! He is a dedicated student and an amazing teacher with a gift for simplifying even the most complicated techniques and presenting them in a way that helps people get them right away. I don't know of any 'official' standard, but it is generally accepted that the correct romanization is '-jutsu'. Jay Bell in the center. They spin, whirl and twrill it. If you find yourself training on the same mat as him you a lucky person. He has been a pillar in the CT jiu jitsu community and has an incredible wealth of knowledge in martial arts and self defense training. Do not continually show up just in time to roll, that is like telling your instructor that the techniques they are showing are not worth your time. Rob Magao April 15, Rob Magao January 6, Episode 20, Dr. If you can wear wrestling shoes at your school, only wear them on the mat. It makes a difference to the people you roll with, and it will help you learn moves that you could not learn otherwise. This is what in history was referred to as a shinobi-to. Many people start BJJ only to quit after their first few months. Be nice to new students, greet them and make an effort to help them feel comfortable. However, BJJ systems usually use the '-jitsu' spelling, possibly to further distinguish themselves from Japanese jujutsu. They have a special ninja sword - about 3 feet of handle and about 12 inches of knife. In the Journal of Asian Martial Arts article, practically nothing Phelps demonstrated is similar to 'classical' ninjutsu. Very secret stuff Rob Magao April 7, Grandmaster MTS Alumni. If you really brag, you will probably pay for it next time you roll with that person. But few hold the ability and passion to teach what they know and pass on the art to others and keep the martial spirit alive as well as Jay does. This came up recently on another board and a friend of mine who is also in San Diego answered some questions about the weapon in question. Thus, it is not a Nagimaki either. Forums New posts Search forums. Replies 0 Views Rob Magao June 30, The Japanese language is a bit undefined where romanization is concerned. Because it is double edged, from Hibaki all around edge of blade. The Straight Bladed Ninja Sword is awesome This is also true of translated works and works written by people fluent in English and Japanese. Rob Magao June 16, The Code Podcast has our next guest…The Rhino! Rob Magao July 17, Search forums. Also, every published work written by a qualified, and often degree holding, author has used the '-jutsu' spelling. To be more specific: from outward sheathed appearance, the swords seems to be your typical sheathed blade. Rob Magao May 12, Brazillian Jiu Jitsu and Self Defense. Rob Magao June 20, Check out the audio book here! Hey Guys, just to try to clarify. Sign Up. Rob Magao April 25, It was great catching up with my friend Jeff "Big Frog" Curran.