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Judo and Beer
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Judo and Beer

Judo and Beer Hello all. Judo and beer, two words that make any judoka and beer-lover smile. Being a student of judo, beer and life, I came across a message board while doing some research. On this message board, there was a discussion of working-out, judo and beer. “Bing” goes the bell in my head. I decided to … Continue reading

BJJ NEWS: Metamoris 4 is back in 3 weeks.
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BJJ NEWS: Metamoris 4 is back in 3 weeks.

Hello all. For you Jiu Jitsu junkies, Metamoris 4 is back 3 Weeks.  Six Exciting Grappling Matches. August 9, Andre Galvao and Chael Sonnen headline the card. It is suggested within the Jiu Jitsu community that Chael Sonnen is out of his league facing Andre Galvao at M4, and that just surviving 20-minutes in a submission-only competition against … Continue reading

How to address a Judo Shodan.
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How to address a Judo Shodan.

“How do I address a Judo Shodan?” Hello all. I hope you are in enjoying the season, it’s been pretty nice up here in the North East part of the US. I start todays post with a question. A question I received via my page, so today I try my best in answering it. I recently, after … Continue reading

Beer by State,
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Beer by State,

Hello all. This map of a nonscientific survey over 5,000, Americans shows that the nation’s favorite beers are a patchwork of both history and innovation: from based style wheat beers since 1995.  Yuengling being the oldest beer in America, and Blue Moon being brewed since  1995. Of course no matter your thoughts on Bud Light, it … Continue reading

Masahiko Kimura, the strongest Judoka ever.
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Masahiko Kimura, the strongest Judoka ever.

In Japan there is a saying among Judoka “No one before Kimura, no one after” When they say this, they are referring to Masahiko Kimura. Many Judoka who randoried with Kimura, would say that he was the strongest Judoka ever. His osoto-gari (large outer reap) was performed so powerfully that many opponents suffered concussions and … Continue reading