Hi, Hello, Olá, Bonjour

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I will try to keep it as short as possible, so you can move on to other more useful posts. Because let’s be honest, no one wants to read about some random person’s self promotion on the internet. So, below you’ll find a short and sweet version of my introduction/biography.

I’m a long time BJJ and MMA fan with many years of experience with various combat sports as well as traditional. I started out with Judo (Ookami), moved on to Hokutoryu Ju-Jutsu (Goshin Club) a variation of Japanese Jiu-Jitsu, then on to Wrestling (Korrus3) and finally Jiu-Jitsu. Meanwhile also a few traditional boxing and kickboxing seasons.

I’m one of the first blue belts under Brazilian Top Team Estonia prof. Sergio De A Cabral (black belt under the legendary UFC middleweight champion Murilo Bustamante). Who’s has been a good friend and a knowledgeable guide on my Jiu-Jitsu journey. I’ve have competed under different disciplines (Judo, Hokutoryu Ju-Jutsu, Wrestling, Jiu-Jitsu) and even managed to get a few medals here and there. 

I’m also one of the founding members of ADCC Estonia grappling event. And through out the years have been active in helping out other various combat sports organizations and competitions within my area of expertise. I’m a web developer and a graphic designer by profession.

About This Blog And Why

Last few years I’ve been traveling and moving from one country to another. And it’s been an uphill battle showing up to Jiu-Jitsu sessions. Whether it’s just logistics or not having a Gi with me at all times, I have somehow managed to slip into a slow BJJ season, to put it mildly. 

Getting instructions from Dubai’s UFC Gym coach and also a 3x World Champion Gi & No Gi – Danilo Barbosa.

Due to moving between Dubai, Russia and my home country Estonia, this slow Jiu-Jitsu season has mostly been on the “very slow” end of the spectrum lately. I’m still very much an avid BJJ fan and getting my mat time here and there. This is also a part of the reason for this blog – to keep myself motivated and help others take their first step into the world of Jiu-Jitsu.

The other half of the motivation behind starting this blog, is to try and sharpen my non-existent writing skills. Hope you guys bare with me until I get some more blog posts under my belt and the reading experience will get easier on the eyes. I will certainly try to be coherent from the start, but sometimes the words just get away from me.

Hope you’ll find something useful and should you have any comments or questions, please comment below.

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