Will Safford C.S.C.S

  • Submission Wrestling With Garry Tonon: The Granby Roll

    Over the last few years, Garry Tonon has become a fixture in the submission grappling and no-ni jiu-jitsu scene. From Metamoris to EBI to IBJJF tournaments, Garry has proven himself as one of the sport’s most dominant no-gi jiu-jitsu fighters. Seemingly ready to fight anyone, anywhere, Tonon routinely delivers...
  • John Danaher: The Squad Leader

    John Danaher is known for many things within the jiu-jitsu community: the mastermind behind no-gi wizards Garry Tonon, Eddie Cummings, Gordon Ryan, and Nicky Ryan, grappling coach to UFC Champions Georges St. Pierre and Chris Weidman, and the guy who wears a rashguard to mostly all occasions, on and...
  • Magid Hage The Tao of Magid

    There typically are certain events in jiu-jitsu that are clearly identifiable and act as milestones in your jiu-jitsu journey. These are events like the first day you started training, the day you got your blue belt, or the first time you stepped onto a podium. Other events, however, are...
  • Clock Choke from Turtle Position – The Tactics of Tarsis

    Tarsis Humphreys is a veteran competitor who has certainly earned his position among the elite. He has won every major IBJJF event and has defeated some of the best names in jiu-jitsu at the most prestigious events. Humphreys is known for his well...
  • Why People Quit Jiu-Jitsu

    For some of us, the thought of quitting jiu-itsu doesn’t even enter the realm of possibility. We’d go insane without our weekly fix of human chess. We continually need to challenge our body and mind, test our ego, and connect with our fellow gi wearing brothers and sisters. For...
  • Custom Essay Pros And Cons

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  • 10 Mistakes in Strength & Conditioning for Jiu-Jitsu

    Thanks to years of research, modern technology, and the Internet, there is a ton of useful information now available on strength and conditioning (S&C). Even with all of that valuable info out there, many of us still use outdated training methods, continue with bad habits, and don’t get the...
  • Sprinting for Jiu-Jitsu

    Often overlooked for more stylish exercises like battle ropes and kettlebell swings, sprinting has a list of useful benefits that can help any jiu-jitsu player. Whether you’re a hobbyist or active competitor, sprinting will improve your conditioning, body composition, and mental toughness. It has been shown to improve the...
  • Finger Tape

    You may have seen some guys at your school tape their fingers before class, or watched Jiu-jitsu stars like Michael Langhi and Andre do battle with a grip full of tape. Have you ever wondered why these guys tape their hands and how to do it correctly? This guide...