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The Martial Arts Mind Podcast

By Gene Dunn & Brian Glick

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Explore the philosophy behind serious Jiu-Jitsu practice and develop insights into your own training with the Martial Arts Mind Podcast. Join Gene Dunn and Brian Glick (of as they take a deeper look at trends, tendencies and habits in order to help you analyze your own path to black belt and beyond.

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I love this podcast. These guys area wealth of knowledge. Keep up the great work.

Beyond Hype: science, inspiration and success on and off the mat.

This is the #1 podcast you want to listen to and implement. Both hosts are decades long practitioners of the martial arts and Jiu-Jitsu in particular. They are seasoned mentors. For the first time they are offering information to the layman and seeker of mastery alike - and you don't have to spend thousands to attend their seminars. But when they do offer their seminars make sure you are in the audience!

All the best to you on your Jiu-Jitsu journey.

It doesn't all have to be about points & competition!

I love listening to what these Professors have to say! It's comforting to know that you can train Jiu Jitsu for the sake of better understanding the art without developing or needing to drain cauliflower ears.

People can have JiuJitsu in their lives for so many reasons. Whether as a hobby, workout, to build self esteem, to enjoy the journey, or to study the art for the sake of the art, etcetera.

Others use JiuJitsu as a way to abuse their training partners, bringing them selves up by drowning the other guy. Rolling solely to compete! With a mindset that repeats the mantra "Me, me, me, all the time every day". Never stopping to think that it's his training partners sacrificing a lot, however Mr. me, me, me still considers his training partners "opponents"!
It goes without saying that they will be the next world champion in the octagon as well!!!

I intend to train for as long as I can. I can only see that happening if I have a relationship with my fellow training partners who have like-minded attitudes...

It's all about the journey, in the words of my professors (listed above) have taught me that there is no summit.

After all said and done, JiuJitsu translates in Portuguese to the "gentle art".

The Martial Arts Mind Podcast
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  • Category: Amateur
  • Language: English

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