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I assess grapplers’ needs and abilities by looking at the five branches of the Jiu-Jitsu Organizer Tree.
Grappling: Who can we control, tap out?
Learning: How much knowledge have we gained since last time?
Conditioning: What kind of mental and physical shape are we in?
Culture: How well do we understand grappling history, customs, language, geography, and so on.
Teaching: How much do we contribute and help others?
To sum it up then: What can we do? and Who can we help?
“Females did not know it was a concussion… Part of it is that women receive less education on the matter, there are fewer and less knowledgeable coaches and trainers, and symptoms vary and are less well understood.”
Read the article on Scientific American.
Is your daughter a wrestler princess? Yes, of course she is. Name her Qutulun.
“Qutulun was a Mongol princess who “swore that she would only marry a man who could best her in a wrestling match” and “demanded a hundred horses from any contestant who failed” Continue reading Badass Historical Women to Name Your Daughter After