Month: March 2012

BJJ The Boss ! Mitsuyo Maeda


Mitsuyo Maeda (前田 光世 Maeda Mitsuyo?, November 18, 1878 – November 28, 1941),[1] a Brazilian naturalized as Otávio Maeda,[2] was a Japanese judōka (judo expert) and prizefighter in no holds barred competitions. He was also known as Count Combat or Conde Koma in Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese, a nickname he picked up in Spain in 1908. Along with Antônio Soishiro Satake (another naturalized Brazilian), he pioneered judo in Brazil, the United Kingdom, and other countries.[1]

Maeda was fundamental to the development of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, including through his teaching of Carlos Gracie and others of the Gracie family.[3] He was also a promoter of Japanese emigration to Brazil. Maeda won more than 2,000 professional fights in his career. His accomplishments led to him being called the “toughest man who ever lived” and being referred to as the father of Brazilian Jiu-jitsu.[4]

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All PT and BJJ


Has to be six months of physical therapy already. Massage, Acupuncture, stretching .. MRI shows two bulges and two herniated discs. I just started doing these ball exercises to see if this helps. This is all non related to BJJ.. Just a fact of getting old and overweight,  and exercising wrong!  Can I get those last twenty years back? .. please?

Core Strengthening – Lower Back Injury Prevention with Rener Gracie