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  1. Acho qe ele pratica grego e livre! Nao tenho 100% de certeza! vou me informar e depois te falo!!!! nao precisa ser federal nao, basta essas prefeituras investir um pouco tenho certeza que econtram um monte de talento! basta querer!!!! abraço
  2. Bacana o video Alex! !!!
  3. Eu ainda acho que o MMA moderno é o melhor atleta que leva(não pode ser unidimensional), mas o cara tem que ter uma arte marcial/esporte de combate de origem.... qual a opinião de vocês? Moderas desculpe, mas coloquei esse tópico aqui pq achei que a opinião da galera dessa parte do forum mais pertinente: http://bleacherrepor...-as-an-mma-base Things used to be better. Like, everything. Remember that Ninja Turtles cereal from back in the day? Remember the Ninja Turtles in general? Or Sega Genesis, Crystal Pepsi or knocking on doors to get people to go play outside? sOr smoking in restaurants or driving without seat belts? Not everyone reading this was born in the '80s, folks. Yup, things just plain used to be better. Another one of those things, one that belongs right there next to clear soda, free range smoking and gaming with three buttons? Jiu-jitsu in MMA. Jiu-jitsu in MMA used to be serious. It used to be threatening. It used to be pretty much all a man needed to break his opponent's will and wallow in his successes. Not anymore, though. Now, the pure jiu-jitsu guys are a dying breed, and the idea that they're the ones to be feared is tragically outdated. Look at the official rankings in each weight class. Out of the 90 fighters that make up the top-10s of each division, only a handful could be called jiu-jitsu specialists. Really only Demian Maia and RonaldoSouza are "jiu-jitsu guys," and Maia recently had to drop a weight class to rejuvenate his career. Sure, there are guys like the Nogueirasand Fabricio Werdum who have flown the flag of the gentle art for years. But they've also relied on good striking—particularly Werdum, who has grown exponentially on his feet in recent years—to get the job done as well. The point is that the jiu-jitsu specialist is dying, and as a base it's essentially hopeless. There are a few reasons for that. The most prominent would have to be judging; having a tricky guard and hunting for submissions from one's back is pointless in North American MMA. The only part of that sentence a judge would see is "from one's back," and that's where you lose a fight. Another issue is that, in terms of specializing in an art, jiu-jitsu is the toughest to specialize in successfully at a high level. Very few pure BJJplayers have the takedowns to outduel a wrestler or the striking to compete with a kickboxer in MMA. On the other hand, those specializing in wrestling are usually able to avoid submissions and win with top control, while any striker worth his salt should have enough of a jab to control distance and set up big shots for as long as he needs to. The final concern would be the rise of what a great man once called "the anti-jiu-jitsu." To paraphrase, the idea is that most guys getting into MMA without an understanding of jiu-jitsu are simply learning what to do to survive positions and submission attempts. They don't learn technique. They learn to keep airways open or pressure off joints just long enough to get away with an explosive move or a display of raw power. The great ones, those who have adapted their grappling to MMA, are still able to finish—the Maias, Souzas, Werdums and Nogueiras. The rest? They end up cut and on the way back to crush competition inAbu Dhabi. This is perhaps the greatest issue facing jiu-jitsu as a base: the idea that it's becoming harder and harder to perfect it when so many people are putting so much time into finding its imperfections. Those imperfections are being exploited and causing problems for the men who have come to rely on it for their success. Make no mistake. This isn't to be read as a postmortem on jiu-jitsu. There are still a hundred great pieces of the art on display every time the UFC takes to the airwaves. Anything from maintaining mount to finishing with a flying triangle is jiu-jitsu on display, and that's never going to change. But as a base? As a base, it's dying. After all, if Roger Gracie and Vinny Magalhaes can't make it, who can?
  4. bom ... pelo menos eu descobri uma palavra nova para o meu vocabulario!!! "amplexos" !!! :lol: bom treino a todos!! e pra mim tbm!
  5. Malacarne

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    Parabéns Judo PitBull!!! Sucesso no caminho!
  6. Seu argumento é só voltado para a popularização através do marketing? Sua escala de importância é baseada somente nisso? Como o carioca falou ele teve sua importância sim, mas tá longe de ser o terceiro... ...acredito que você esta dando uma troladinha de leve.... fique bem!
  7. http://cbla.com.br/2014/05/14/senior-masculino-2014/ Convite Campeonato Brasileiro Sênior Masculino 2014 Postado em 14/05/2014 por CBLA C O N V I T E A Confederação Brasileira de Lutas Associadas e o Comitê Organizador vêm através deste convidar sua Federação a participar do Campeonato Brasileiro Sênior de 2014 – estilo greco-romano e livre masculino, que será realizado entre os dias 23 e 24 de maio de 2014, no Ginásio da Brigada Paraquedista em Deodoro, na cidade do Rio de Janeiro. A competição seguirá as regras da FILA e terá a representação máxima de 2 atletas por estado em cada categoria. Aguardamos a participação de todos, Atenciosamente Pedro Gama Filho Presidente OBSERVAÇÕES GERAIS: - Todas equipes devem informar com antecedência a necessidade de alojamento no CEFAN, pois as vagas estão limitadas a 100 (cem) participantes. - O resultado do campeonato vale para o programa bolsa atleta federal 2014 nos estilos livre masculino e Greco romano. (Campeão, vice campeão e dois terceiros lugares) – Sendo aplicadas todas as regras do próprio programa. - É obrigatória a apresentação de atestado médico (não haverá medico local para suprir esta demanda) - Sugerimos que os atletas tragam seu passaporte e demais exames médicos - Os campeões e vice-campeões poderão ser convocados para participar do treinamento qualificatório para o Campeonato Pan-americano sênior. Data prevista 23/06 a 05/07. - Os campos de treinamento serão: Estilo livre, no CT da CBLA e Estilo Greco, no CEFAN. - Deverão ser observados os critérios de seleção divulgados em Janeiro de 2014. - O Campeonato Brasileiro Feminino será marcado dentro dos próximos dias, em data a ser confirmada. INFORMAÇÕES GERAIS E PROGRAMA:
  8. putaqueopariu!!! depois desse video ou até ali banheiro da empresa pagar uns apoio!!!!
  9. Obrigado por mostrar os videos! Pagina curtida!
  10. valeu carlao! bom... vamos aguardar pra ver o que vai dar!!!