Mr. Jeremiah Grossman – Episode 74
So you have to grind it out every single class. You know what, you’re hot, you’re tired, you’re injured, there’s someone on top of you, they’re heavy, you’re in pain, and soforth but you have to keep coming back. You can’t get discouraged, you can’t be frustrated. You have to keep coming back and do it over, and over and over again. If you can persevere through that, you emerge a very different person.
Today’s episode features our first conversation with someone who trains primarily in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Mr. Jeremiah Grossman started his martial arts training in other styles but found his calling later when he switched. With the strong ties we often hear of between BJJ and mixed martial arts, you might go into this episode thinking we’re going to have a wholly different conversation than normal. But we didn’t. Mr. Grossman is every bit the martial artist that our other guests have been, and I really enjoyed our conversation. But enough of that, let’s hear from our guest. ~jeremy
Movie – The Matrix
Actor – Jackie Chan
Below are the outtakes from the Jackie Chan film Rumble in the Bronx, which we referenced incorrectly during the show as Supercop.
Mr. Grossman spoke of Rickson Gracie, and if you’re not familiar with him, you can read more about him here.
You can also email him.
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