How to NOT compete in a grappling tournament

This tournament happened to be on the East Coast of the US around 2006. The fella here decided it would be a good idea to throw a kneebar (or as he pronounce in his Bostonian accent, “knee-bah”). Yeah, not a good idea, pal. Check it out down below, but sensitive ears beware, there is foul language.

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  1. Elisete says:

    It’s hard to get back into the swing of BJJ when you’ve been off for a while. I was off the mats with a herniated disc for 8 motnhs and thought I wouldn’t go back. But I got cleared by my doctor and after one class I was hooked again. I think you’ll experience the same thing. It’ll seem daunting before you step on the mat, but once you get going you’ll remember how good it was to train and then it’s only up from there. I’ve been reading your blog for a while and I know you’re passionate about BJJ. The fire isn’t gone, it’s just died down a bit. All it’ll take is one class and it’ll be a roaring flame again.

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