Craig Jones returns to talk about his recent camp in NYC, his match with Tim Spriggs, conditioning, leg locks, gi and no-gi scrambles and breaking bad habits. He also talks about his frustrating match at Kasai against Palhares and upcoming matches he has!
Amanda Leve joins the show to talk about competition mindset, competing against male athletes, submission only rules, drilling and managing competition anxiety. She also discusses her recent ADCC Trials win!
In his 3rd appearance on the show, Master Ricardo Liborio talks about his plans to bring BJJ to universities and schools across the US and his Resenha event. He also talks about the therapeutic effects of the art and gives great advice for school owners!
Quentin Rosenzweig joins the show to talk about building a career outside the IBJJF through super fights and submission only events. He also discusses leg locks, trends in BJJ and his thoughts on teaching.
Bernardo Faria returns to the show after 3 years! He talks about the development of his game, effective positions for older practitioners and the formation of BJJ Fanatics. He also gives technical insight on the half guard and over/under guard passing!
This is a throwback episode from the GCP archive originally recorded in December 2016 (excuse the audio quality). Demian Maia talks about his life and career and shares his thoughts on training, teaching and fighting MMA. Enjoy!
GCP's most interviewed man returns for an update on his school, his recent Australian and Korean tours and shares some AirBnB adventure stories. He also takes several questions from the listeners!
Nick Rodriguez joins the show to talk about his wrestling background, his life story and winning an ADCC trials bronze medal as a blue belt. He also talks about work ethic and retaining what you learn.
Gordon "The King" Ryan joins the show to talk about the value of strong mentors, pre-competition anxiety and conceptual learning. He also offers advice on improving leg lock success and discusses self-promotion as a professional grappler.
One of the most decorated American Judokas of all time, Mike Swain joins the show to talk about winning the Judo world championship, developing his game, training in Japan and the decision to retire. He also discusses some changes he'd like to see in Judo
Professor "Roleta" is one of the greatest champions of the sport and the man credited with developing the inverted guard position. He talks about having an unorthodox style, athleticism and the sport rivalry between Gracie Barra and Carlson Gracie Team
Professor "Toco" is a highly respected instructor. Some of his students include Alexandre Pulga and Cyborg Abreu. He talks about Carlson Gracie, the Vale Tudo days of Rio and surfing. He also talks about his social projects that bring BJJ to favelas
George Bossi has been coaching high school wrestling in Lowell, MA for over 50 years. He is the focus of the film "Bossi". He reflects on his career and talks about molding the young men of Lowell through wrestling. Many of whom were on dark paths prior.