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Indianapolis Jiu Jitsu Coach - Blog - Marcello C. Monteiro
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Friday, 29 June 2012 18:27

Making the Commitment to Make the Change with BJJ

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Mixed martial arts is exploding in the sports and entertainment world today! By definition mixed martial arts is a contact fighting sport in which all disciplines of martial arts can be used to defend and win a confrontation. Both standing and ground combat fighting techniques are used. Examples would be Indianapolis Jiu Jitsu for the ground fighting and taekwondo techniques for the standing.

Friday, 15 June 2012 18:07

You Don't Have to Hate Your Workout

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This is where so many people seem to go wrong. It's time for you to learn that you really don't have to hate your workout. In fact, you should love it because a BJJ Coach knows if you aren't having fun, then it's really not worth your time.That does exclude taking out the trash though. That's just something you've gotta do!

Wednesday, 06 June 2012 15:13

New to Indianapolis? The Perfect Social & Fitness Combo

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If you’re new to the Indianapolis area and you’re looking for a new and exciting way to get in shape, stay in shape and meet some new and interesting people along the way, then you may want to consider Indianapolis Jiu Jitsu. This is a great way for all ages and sexes to gain more self-esteem and confidence not only in their daily lives but also their personal lives as well.

Tuesday, 29 May 2012 18:17

How Jiu Jitsu & MMA Work Together

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For those who are not already familiar with the acronyms BJJ and MMA, they are Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and mixed martial arts. They may seem like two different types of fighting, and in some ways they are, but they still tend to have a few similarities and many individuals rely heavily on BJJ in order to master their MMA skills.

Wednesday, 23 May 2012 13:49

Jiu Jitsu Will lmprove Your Entire Life

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Have you been struggling trying to find yourself? Do you lack confidence and motivation? Did you know that Brazilian Jiu Jitsu can help you in both your professional and personal lives? If you live in Indianapolis, you may want to consider finding an Indianapolis Jiu Jitsu gym to help you better your confidence and help you determine your self-worth.

Monday, 21 May 2012 16:16

Am I Too Old for BJJ & Other FAQs

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If you’re looking for an Indianapolis BJJ coach, then you may want to consider someone like Master Marcello Monteiro. With his help, you can be on your way to better health and fitness and more confidence in no time. There are probably some questions that you’d like to get answered before you start. Questions such as ‘am I too old?’ or ‘do I need to be physically fit to start the courses?’ You may even be wondering if you’ll lose weight with the program and what are the health benefits that you may receive from this form of activity versus others.

Monday, 14 May 2012 14:56

Coach Training Online: Is It Possible?

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People do everything online these days, from shopping to renewing prescriptions. Can they really learn MMA or BJJ techniques online? Will they get the same instruction from their computer as they would from a BJJ coach? While it might seem like a strange concept, it is actually more possible than you might expect. There are a number of reasons that you might like the online academy as a supplemental part of your training program.

Monday, 07 May 2012 16:41

Indianapolis Jiu Jitsu: More Than Just Any Gym

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If you say the word “gym” to most people, they automatically think of either the old timey, dark and dingy gyms where sweaty men would either throw old equipment around amidst the sounds of grunts and groans or the new, state-of-the-art gyms where lycra clad hard bodies prance around to the throbbing sound of blaring electronic music.

Tuesday, 01 May 2012 18:43

Jiu Jitsu Tips for Beginners

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If you or your child has signed up for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu classes, you might be wondering what to expect. As a beginner, you are probably curious about BJJ in general as well as the academy where you will be training. To make your first few days more relaxing and to make sure that you have found the right BJJ coach, there are some things that you should consider before day one.

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