It’s his dream. I’m willing to do anything I can to support that dream.
All the good that has come out of the losses, I am taking it with me.
The moment when you’re pretty much broken down, that’s the moment you decide.
Maria Lopez found MMA when she was in her 30s, and a few years later, she was starting a pro career. I’ve had the good luck to know her for most of that time. Maria talks about hard stuff in this interview–including successes and not-such-successes. She’s reflective about her fighting career and grateful for who she is as a result of it.
There are days that it is shitty. And on those days you have to dig really deep. You have to love it on all days.
Sometimes it works. Other times, you’re nighty night.
Martial arts are for everyone.
Janeé Cox is a dedicated student of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. She’s a delight to talk to and a complete beast on the mats. Janeé is also a brown belt who loves helping new students learn to be confident BJJ beasts as well. Listen up. She’s got good things to say.
Being a Krav Maga instructor is not about you. It’s about your students.
The people who have made it to those high levels have put in the time.