Nine Life Lesssons From Rock Climbing: Matthew Childs

TED talks are now embeddable in wordpress. Woohoo!


Filed under: Nature, Philosophy, Psychology, Sport,

The Baddest Man On The Planet, Fedor Emilianenko

Filed under: Russia, Sport

Great White Shark Surfing


Filed under: Entertainment, Nature, Psychology, Sport, , ,

Masahiko Kimura – A Short Documentary

Masahiko Kimura on Wikipedia

A little indulgence on my part. I love this clip.

Filed under: Culture, Philosophy, Psychology, Sport,

Bruce Lee: The “Lost” Interview, 1971

“Be water, my friend.”

Classic. One of my all-time heroes. I’m proud to say I shook Jackie Chan’s hand at a London Premeier of one of his films and he had his neck broken by Bruce Lee in Enter The Dragon! So close yet so far…

Filed under: Culture, East Asia, North America, Philosophy, Psychology, Sport

“Choke” The Rickson Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Phenomenon

“In this documentary shot in 1995, Rickson Gracie: Choke follows three fighters on their paths to the Vale Tudo Fighting Championship ’95. Although most of the film concentrates on then champion Rickson Gracie, the film also takes a look at American kick boxer Todd Hayes and Japanese amateur wrestler Koichiro Kimura.

A great deal of time is spent on Rickson Gracie’s philosophies dealing with jiu-jitsu and life, which would be highly recommended for Rickson Gracie fans.” –

Rickson Gracie on Wikipedia

Part One

Part Two

Filed under: Culture, Entertainment, Health, Philosophy, Psychology, South America, Sport

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