Archive for 'Stephan Kesting'
I’ve been building up content on my main site, Grapplearts.com, for quite some time now. Nevertheless I was recently surprised to see that there are now more than 500 articles, tips and blog posts on my [...]
Are there any submissions out there that you just can’t finish? You can set it up, lock it on, and strain for all you’re worth, but your opponent just won’t tap out? It happens all the [...]
Hey everyone, this is an interview I did with über-competitor Ryan Hall. Not only does he give out a ton of information, but you can also see what a nice guy he is and how analytical [...]
Yesterday I was reading a thread on a popular forum discussing MMA fighter Ben Henderson’s ability to slip out of submissions. And I ended up posting something about the topic of submission defense myself, which I’ll [...]
Sarah Kaufman is one of the top fighters in women’s MMA, and is tentatively scheduled to fight Miesha Tate for the Strikeforce Bantamweight title. To find out more about her and her training I conducted an [...]
Stephan’s Note: this article was first published in two parts in the Beginning BJJ Newsletter, which is a free series of emails for people just starting out in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. To find out more and download [...]
Supposedly most long distance runners peak after about 15 years of training, and after that time their performance just starts to go downhill no matter how much they train. That’s why people winning the over-60 title [...]