These days there's a podcast for everything. From niche television shows to gratuitously gruesome true crime exposes, there are currently over 700,000 podcasts right now. If you're looking to stay on the mat even during your commute, here's a list of jiu-jitsu podcasts to give a listen. The Raspberry Ape PodcastDaniel Strauss, aka The Raspberry Ape, is a UK based submission grappler with a black belt under 10x World Champion Roger Gracie. In his podcast Daniel discusses jiu-jitsu, … [Read More...] about Jiu-Jitsu Podcasts to Keep Your Mind on the Mat
Louie is a full-time writer and content management guy. He's been on the mats his entire adult life, earning black belts in three Japanese martial arts before BJJ.
He runs a website called HighPercentageMartialArts.com which is dedicated exclusively to statistics in BJJ. He also published a book about cultism in traditional martial arts, called the The True Believers.
Most nights, you'll find him at 10th Planet Ventura, trying not to embarrass himself.
Jordan Fernandez began his BJJ journey over three years ago while travelling the Middle East. Currently Jordan and his wife train at Rise Combat Sports under BJJ Blackbelt Chris Cariaso and hold the ranks of Blue Belt.
Jordan is a personal trainer and certified Corrective Exercise Specialist. When not training clients or BJJ, he can be found lifting heavy objects or aggressively foam rolling.
Sam Kelly is a Purple Belt with 8 years of training to his name. Currently Sam works as a youth BJJ coach and an assistant coach at his academy W4R Training Center. His passion for grappling is rivaled only by his love of anime and podcasts, both topics he will gladly talk you to death about.
Gene is a Jiujitsu Brown belt and frequent contributor to Youjiujitsu. He is considered somewhat of an authority on moisturizing, though he swears he just gets whatever is on sale.