I didn't have time to write for a while: I was too busy training and was commended on my progress. Even better: I had noticed it myself that I had become slightly less horrible at some of my weak points. My guard had become slightly more difficult to pass, for one. Now I finally have time, as I'm not allowed to move my right leg until November.
A collection of failures and glimpses of potential during week 52.
I came, I saw, I lost some more.
Office Job + A Combat Sport = A Sad Thoracic Spine
I'm improving, though I'm still not good. Also, Tallinn had a Women's Open Mat!
I mouth on about how, while BJJ can be beneficial for your mental health, and you shouldn't rely too much on it to heal you.
Espen Mathiesen came to show the reverse De La Riva, and I discovered I can't spin.
S, the anti-sports fan, went to see the BJJ Finnish Open 2019 and loved it.
Can you do BJJ with a spinal cord injury affecting your sense of touch? Well, I already am.
The week I cried so much and submitted someone without knowing how to.