So we’re in a bookstore and we come across a kind of weird, modern self-helpy kind of book, and lo and behold it has a bunch of advice about Jiu-Jitsu in it. Not technical advice but guidance and opinions around choosing a place to train, the right philosophy, and on and on. It takes the standard line about finding the right “gym”, the gold-medal instructor and many of the other commonly-accepted tropes about doing “serious” Jiu-Jitsu training. And so we’re off to the races…
In this episode, we take a look at what’s so appealing about the hyper-aggressive vision of Jiu-Jitsu (and modern martial arts) as just another “extreme sport” and what it leaves OUT of the discussion at the end of the day. From choosing training partners, making meaning from your training, creating space for an alternative perception of what it means to be a practitioner – we tackle it all this week.
Listen on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/macho-man/id1015990733?i=1000412766460&mt=2
Yes, I agree. Instructor is the most important person in any training. If he teaches us the right technique, then it’ll be helpful to us throuhout life.
dunn & glick
Thank you Mohit!
Thank you so much for taking the time to make this podcast. Enjoyed it and would definitely share with others. Would have to agree with the points Mohit shared above.
dunn & glick
Thanks very much for listening! Glad you liked it ?
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