The Tea Cup drill for shoulder mobility

This is an awesome, fun drill to build flow, fluidity, timing, rhythm and more. It's also amazing for developing shoulder mobility and flexibility. I had two shoulder surgeries years ago and this has helped me quite a bit. It loosens the shoulders and builds a better range of motion. Give it a try and Happy... Continue Reading →


What is the ‘Purpose of Movement’?

What is the purpose of movement? It’s purpose is not to resist a static unchanging resistance but to resist a force that changes its plane of motion. Movements are the binding force that connects submissions… you have to play with and actively explore your own sense of motion and how it applies to your rolls... Continue Reading →

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