Monthly Archives: February 2020


If You Build It They Will Come

The Southern California ladies of Jiu Jitsu had been begging Shawn Fowler of Five Grappling to organize an all-women’s tournament. He tried a few, but as much as the women said they wanted this opportunity, very few would actually sign up. Jiu Jitsu has grown rapidly in the state, and […]


Have Gi, Will Travel: Puerto Rico 1

It’s a warm, muggy Friday night in Old San Juan. Beautiful, curvy women tug their primped boyfriends through the cobblestone streets. The air holds pulsing rhythms of hypnotic salsa and…Taylor Swift. Not quite tropical, not quite American but in a league of its own, this is Puerto Rico. Retired Gringo […]


She’s Totally Boss

  Do you want to increase energy, become stronger, sleep better, decrease muscle soreness, and improve your jiu jitsu performance? Enter Natalie Boss. . . . She helps athletes improve their mental and physical performance. She is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Holistic Health Coach, Performance Coach, and a Breathwork facilitator. […]


The Woman Behind The Times

Jiu Jitsu Times has quickly become one of the top news sources in the Jiu Jitsu world. We read an article, watch a video, and catch up on the latest trends, but have you ever stopped to think about what makes this all possible? Averi Clements, the managing editor at […]


The Betty Behind The Sweaty Betties

In 2008 in San Francisco, Mollii Khangsengsing was a white belt on the verge of quitting. Not only was training jiu-jitsu physically grueling—she was one of two women at her gym and the smallest student, by far, at 4-feet 11-inches and 93 pounds—it had also begun impacting her psychological well-being […]