Women's MMA STANDOUT Brooke Mayo!!!
TALKS Coaching styles of Kurt Osiander and Dan Black, GOALS, BJJ, Eddie Bravo and MORE!
Stella and Courtney sit down with Coach Casey Halstead, Black Belt under Eddie Bravo 10th Planet Jiu Jitsu, and his daughter, Abigail Halstead. Abigail talks to us about growing up in the gym with her father, pet peeves on the mat, and who her role models are that she looks up to. Casey begins by sharing great parenting tips and how he runs his gyms. He also shares how easy it is to coach his female fighters and how he is going to start a women’s class at his Las Vegas gym.
UFC Fighter Marin Reneau TALKS Holly Holm, women's MMA, juggling a fight career and family, and MORE!
The Girls are BACK!
Talking Rousey, Mckenzie, and Monteiro!
Sophia Flores talks career BJJ!
The Girls are BACK!
Chelsea Leah talks Atos, AOJ, Hong Kong training & gunning for the Five Grappling Super League!
Stella and Christie are BACK!
The girls talk rolling, writing, and camping with Valerie Worthington!
Girls on Grappling is BACK!
Stella and Christie talk IBJJF Worlds and BJJ Purple Belt Jena Sapinoso joins the show to talk about why she took controversial photos in the gi, the BJJ community's reaction to the photos, and much more.
Stella sits down with Beatriz "Bia" Mesquita, black belt under Leticia Ribeiro, after attending Bia's 3 hour women’s seminar at Andre De Freita’s Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Academy. Bia shares how she began Jiu Jitsu at the young age of five years old, her injuries from training, strict diet, and the advantages of training with women. Stella also had the opportunity to chat it up with Bonnie Staley from Southern California talking about how Bonnie ended up in Southern California, the Los Angeles Jiu Jitsu Club, and training with women vs. men.
Join Estella live at the American Cup for interviews with female Jiu-Jitsu athletes Chris Lang (Coalition 95), Kristina Barlaan (Caio Terra), Alex Barcelona (Caio Terria) , and Nathalia Chantre for a female perspective on Jiu-Jitsu, competition, and much more.
Estella sits down with Charlene Coats, black belt, from Main Street Half Moon Bay with Raul Castillo Martial Arts with an update from the 2015 Pans Jiu-Jitsu tournament and gives her opinion on how the black belt brackets are setup. Charlene talks about the positives of having a women’s only class, women competing, and how karate has helped her jiu-jitsu.
Estella sits down with Christie Sullivan, Ralph Gracie Brown Belt, and Sandy Garcia Dua, Ralph Gracie Blue Belt, as they chat about the female fights from last Saturday’s UFC 184, the importance of women’s only programs, how to draws women into Jiu-Jitsu, and much much more!
Estella sits down with Angelica Galvao and Felicia Oh to talk about Grapple’s Escape, “premier cruise vacation experience for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu enthusiasts of all levels, their friends and families.” http://grapplersescape.com/ These amazing women talk about their jiu jitsu experiences and competing!
Estella sits down with the talented Karly Cleary-Austin, winner of Best Ink Season 3. The girls chat about Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, the life changing experience of winning Season 3 of Best Ink, and what a typical day is like in her household with her husband, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt, Steve Austin.
Estella sits with Katie Coles, nutrition researcher, registered dietitian, certified personal trainer, and fitness competitor. Katie goes over flexible dieting, weight cutting, and nutrition for men, women, and kids. Estella and Katie also discuss the pitfalls with nutrition plans.
Estella and Denise sit down to talk about Girls in Gi's and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt, Shama Ko. The girls talk about the impact Shama has on the women's jiu-jitsu community and her current medical situation.
Jennifer Grey, Redline Jiu Jitsu (Edmund, Oklahoma), joins the show to talk about the Girls in Gi's events and how important Shama is to the Jiu-Jitsu community. Jennifer talks about her start in Jiu-Jitsu, working with women on the mat, and the importance of Jiu-Jitsu in her life.
Jessica Dobbs, No Limit Killer Bees (Starkville, MS), joins the show to talk about her history with martial arts and Jiu-Jitsu. Jessica goes on to talk about the support network embedded in the women's Jiu-Jitsu community, Girls in Gi's events, and her plans for the future.
Later, Shama Ko joins the show to talk about how she started in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, the stuggles of training and compeeting as a women at a time when many women were not participating in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and how Girl's in Gi's was started. Shama goes on to talk about her medical condition bilateral polymicrogyria. Shama talks about the struggle of dealing with this medical condition, not being able to train, and what people can do to help.
Finally, Denise talk about Jeremy Montes Jr. and how his battle with leukemia has reached a worldwide audience.
Estella sits down with Mackenzie Dern to talk about growing up in Jiu-Jitsu, the challenges with training in a mostly male sport, and her goals for the future in and out of Jiu-Jitsu.
Machenzie shares advice for the guys on how to train with women and also talks about the first time her boyfriend, Augusto "Tanquinho" Mendes, met her father, Wellington "Megaton" Dias.
Don't miss this chance to hear from one of the best competitors in women's Jiu-Jitsu today!
Tim introduces the new "Girls on Grappling" show. Estella opens the show and introduces her guest, Christie Sullivan. The girls talk about how Christie starting training Jiu-Jitsu on the advice of her then boyfriend and kept training after she broke up with her boyfriend and he quit Jiu-Jitsu. Christie talks about the other women in Jiu-Jitsu who inspire her, her opinion on Ronda Rousey, and fantasy MMA and Jiu-Jitsu provider Kountermove.