On the 31st episode of The Jiu-Jitsu Therapist Podcast, I have Chris Haueter join me. An absolute honor to have one of the true pioneers of BJJ in the states. Chris is one of the first twelve Americans to ever receive a BJJ black belt. He discusses his start in jiu-jitsu, discovering BJJ, training with the Gracie family, and how BJJ has impacted his life. If you are a historian of BJJ and want to hear one of the greats talk about jiu-jitsu, then this podcast is a must listen.
On the 30th episode of The Jiu-Jitsu Therapist Podcast, BJJ Black Belt Kenny Degenhardt joins me to discuss everything from his path to getting a black belt in BJJ, his MMA career, training and coaching with some of the best in the world at Team Alpha Male, and how he balances his career as a Locksmith and his training.
On this episode of the podcast I get the privilege to talk to BJJ black belt James Clingerman. He is the owner and coach of the Indiana Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy. James has remained an avid and successful BJJ competitor over the years. He is also a former MMA fighter, MMA referee, and someone who has run a very successful BJJ tournament for many years, the Extreme Grappling Open (EGO). He has dealt with and overcome some of the most severe injuries, and we get to discuss his BJJ journey, his injuries, how he has continued to train, evolve, and remain successful.
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On this episode of the podcast, I get to talk to “Eb” Kieslich, a 6th degree Judo Black Belt. He got his start in Germany at a young age and has continued to train and compete at a high level for many years. We discuss his philosophy on training, martial arts, staying healthy, and competing at a high level. We also get into the origins of BJJ and Judo and their similarities. Check out his gym at Toshi Dojo of Brandenburg if you want to train with Eb.
On this episode of the podcast, UFC Featherweight Chas Skelly joins me to discuss his MMA career. We talk about his start in wrestling, his injuries, and what it was like scoring the fastest submission in UFC Featherweight history. Hope you enjoy the podcast.