WWP Stories

WWP Ze Marcello and David Lee talk UK BJJ in the nineties, Surfing and the growth of Team ICON.   

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Competition, Endurance, OCR, Running -

WhiskyWolf x Rise & Grind OCR. Rise and Grind OCR is a regular podcast discussing, complaining, raving and reviewing races, training, equipment and all things associated with Obstacle Course and Endurance Racing.  Brought to you by 6 guys deep in the OCR scene, with different backgrounds and credentials and between them a wealth of experience and a lot of fat to chew. Podcast Episodes Sponsored by WhiskyWolf and working on some OCR specific collaborations for 2020.

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Endurance, OCR, Running, WWP -

The New York Times referred to the Death Race as part "Jackass" part "Survivor" and it has been hailed one of the most extreme endurance events in the world. With a finish rate of around 25 percent (and some years it is as low as 10 percent), participants of the Death Race expect to race non-stop for over 72-hours, although there is no set finish time, through a chain of physical and mental tasks. I quizzed WWP John Chambers for his story on completing this transcendental adventure. What is the Death Race? “It is pain; It is suffering; it is transformation....

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BJJ, Competition, Jiu Jitsu, notes -

Article by Micah Atkinson // micahatkinsonbjj Do you keep a training diary/journal/notebook?I have found for me it has been an incredibly useful way to help keep my training focused.I keep one where I make notes on techniques I am going to be working on or techniques I am learning and trying to remember.I keep another training journal where I record my rolling, what I am currently working on, did I manage to hit those techniques in training and what felt good or if there are any issues I feel I need to address.Finally I keep a drilling journal, what am I drilling...

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BJJ, Jiu Jitsu, The Grapple Club -

Article by Robin Denton // The Grapple Club   Recently I have read Underland by Robert MacFarlane, in subject it is as close to grappling as grappling is to astrophysics. However, it explores a concept throughout its pages that is referred to as 'deep time'.  Deep time itself is a mind bending thought experiment, imagine being an astrophysicist and studying events so far into the past that will affect events so far into the future, that the whole of human life on earth appears as nothing but a small blip on the radar. Appearing once, then gone forever. That is deep...

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