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AlkoCast - Der Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) und Fußball Podcast

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AlkoCast - Der Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) und Fußball Podcast

Maximilian Alkofer - Aufklären durch Dialog, inspiriert durch Joe Rogan, The Fighter and the Kid, Chael Sonnen, Conor McGregor

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AlkoCast - Der Podcast, der informiert, Gäste zu spannenden Themen präsentiert und gerade im Sport viele neue Wege eröffnet und erklärt! Ob MMA, BJJ, Boxen, Thaiboxen, K-1, Fitness, Fußball - hier ist Expertise im Überfluss geboten! Gleichzeitig wird aber auch das normale kulturelle Panorama abgedeckt und thematisiert. Bitte auf iTunes und Facebook, egal ob negativ oder positiv, bewerten und im besten Fall liken und abonnieren! Kontruktive Kritik ist sehr, sehr gerne gesehen! Ich bin 25 Jahr ...
 
Welcome to the Jiu-Jitsu of Life Podcast. Join hosts Carter Fisk and Mo Siddiqui introduce a new weekly podcast for Brazilian jiu-jitsu enthusiasts, who are striving to succeed both on and off the mat. Navigate the Jiu-Jitsu of Life with Carter and Mo as they discuss how their mission for the podcast is to help enthusiasts balance their busy lives with their passion for BJJ.
 
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Jiu Jitsu can often look flashy with incredibly intricate, fast, and powerful techniques. But is there a baseline from which these techniques flourish that is often unseen but is ultimately more important to one's success in the art? After speaking with IBJJF Hall of Fame member Xande Ribeiro, Thomas and Gary discuss the importance of the strong fo…
 
Xande Ribeiro has the incredible distinction of only having his guard passed in competition four times in a 29 year period! Listen as Xande shares his philosophy on how his emotional state made his guard so successful, understanding body movement, how people process and learn Jiu Jitsu differently, how Jiu Jitsu desensitizes you to your demons, and…
 
Do you believe the mind and emotional state can have an effect on the physical being, and vise versa? After speaking with Budo Jake, Thomas and Gary discuss how the mind and body work in conjunction to either propel you forward or hold you back. http://www.therolradio.com https://www.instagram.com/therolradio/ https://www.facebook.com/therolradio/ …
 
Carter took his god-daughters to see Simone Biles’ Gold Over America Tour and found it was more about mindset and self empowerment than he was expecting. This inspires Carter and Mo to discuss what it means to have self esteem, what jiu-jitsu can teach kids and enjoying your achievements. • Turning self esteem into mediocrity (00:00) • The difficul…
 
Our guest was on the forefront of bringing BJJ to the masses. By importing martial arts videos, then producing instructional videos, and live streaming BJJ events, Jake McKee is one of the people that had the vision of what the sport was going to be and dedicated himself to promoting the art worldwide. Listen as Jake describes the early days of imp…
 
Mo is constantly on the look out for a unicorn business. A business in which he can make money with little effort. But is that unrealistic? In this episode Carter and Mo consider finding work where you enjoy the bits that other people hate, picking the drama that suits your personality and areas where there’s a high barrier to entry. • How long doe…
 
It is often said that the mats are the great equalizer and that if you are on them long enough you will be humbled. But is that always the case? Is everyone capable of excepting the humility that comes with defeats on the mats? After speaking with Goran Reljic, Thomas and Gary discuss humility in the context of Jiu Jitsu and whether or not everyone…
 
BJJ, MMA, and even Bare Knuckle Boxing, today’s guest has done it all in combat sports. Listen as Goran Reljic opens up about his incredible martial arts journey. Today he discusses everything from his early days in BJJ in Croatia, how he found his “real BJJ experience” when he trained under Roger Gracie, his MMA career, respecting the generations …
 
How do you deal with winning and losing? Which one has the bigger impact on your life and why? After speaking with Danny Savery, Thomas and Gary discuss winning and losing and the effect each has on people. http://www.therolradio.com https://www.instagram.com/therolradio/ https://www.facebook.com/therolradio/ https://www.dannysaverybjj.com/ https:/…
 
Would you trust a jiu-jitsu instructor who had never competed, to train you in competitive jiu-jitsu? Is learning from books enough, or do people need practical experience in their field to be an expert? In this episode Carter and Mo consider what makes them trust an expert, what it means to have an independent business and why you shouldn’t just f…
 
Today’s guest spent 15 years in Law Enforcement before opening his own BJJ academy and now as he puts it, eats, lives, and breaths Jiu Jitsu. On this episode, Danny Savery discusses despite good intentions, the difficulties of incorporating Jiu Jitsu into Law Enforcement, what an officer really goes through during altercations, what it took to make…
 
Do you Flow Roll or are you the go-hard or go-home type? After speaking with Karel "The Silver Fox" Pravec, Thomas and Gary discuss the importance of incorporating Flow Rolling into your training routine and the opportunities missed if you only train hard. http://www.therolradio.com https://www.instagram.com/therolradio/ https://www.facebook.com/th…
 
Can being cheap cost you more, be it in money, time or stress? There are some situations where spending more money almost guarantees a better good or service. In this episode Carter and Mo talk about the problem with being cheap, finding reputable contractors and missing opportunities in business and jiu-jitsu by being too focused on one thing. • T…
 
On this episode, we have one of Renzo Gracie’s first American students, and a Renzo black belt since 2006, Karel Pravec. On this episode, Karel discusses his Youtube Live Sessions, training for the older Jiu Jitsu practitioner, injury recovery, the importance of flow rolling for anyone who trains no matter their age, and how to structure your train…
 
Most listeners of this podcast will remember exactly where they were when they heard about the event’s of 9/11. It is now 20 years later and Carter and Mo reflect back on that time. In this episode they discuss where they were on 9/11, being a patriot and why Covid has not brought people together in the same way. • The joy of waking up and knowing …
 
Do you make the necessary adjustments both physically and mentally to make sure you can continue on your Jiu Jitsu journey? After speaking with Chiropractor and owner of the brand new Gracie Jiu Jitsu Laguna Hills, Arman Fathi, Thomas and Gary discuss the adjustments needed to make sure you can stay in Jiu Jitsu for the long haul. http://www.therol…
 
When today’s guest was first on the show he had just received his black belt. In the year since a lot has changed for Arman Fathi. He has become a licensed chiropractor, and just this month has opened his own Jiu Jitsu academy. Listen as Arman discusses the benefits of chiropractic medicine for the regular person and Jiu Jitsu practitioner alike, d…
 
Do you live life in a state of action or reaction? After speaking with the author of Protection for and From Humanity, Todd Fox, Thomas and Gary discuss the effects of how having a passive or proactive approach can dictate your Jiu Jitsu game. http://www.therolradio.com https://www.instagram.com/therolradio/ https://www.facebook.com/therolradio/ ht…
 
Recently Rickson Gracie has written a book about his life in jiu-jitsu and being a part of the Gracie family. Carter read it in one sitting and immediately sent the book to Mo. In this episode they discuss why the book is interesting, Carter’s experience training at Hickson’s school and whether the greatest legacy is knowledge. • Rickson Gracie’s n…
 
On this episode, we have an IBJJF U.S. National and Open Champion, Rickson Gracie International Champion, NAGA Advanced Champion, and former MMA Pro with a list of BJJ credentials that goes on and on. But what he is most known for is his company Tour Protection, Protective Service Operations. Tod Fox has taken his 12 years of U.S. Marine experience…
 
Can growth be a negative thing? The pandemic changed our habits and some businesses had a massive influx of customers. What made the difference between those that could handle it and those that couldn’t? In this episode Carter and Mo think about the negative impacts of growth, the systems and resources it requires and the way it can change your lif…
 
Can you take shortcuts in Jiu Jitsu or life and still have the same outcome if you hadn't? After speaking with Mario Sperry who said he approached everything with discipline which left him no room for shortcuts, Thomas and Gary discuss the effects of taking shortcuts. http://www.therolradio.com https://www.instagram.com/therolradio/ https://www.fac…
 
On today’s episode, we have a true original who changed the way people trained Jiu Jitsu in Brazil. Bringing the discipline of Judo and the Military culture into the laid-back gyms of BJJ. Mario Sperry went on to be a top competitor in Jiu Jitsu, Judo, Vale Tudo, and MMA. A Carson Gracie student who never gave up an advantage or point in ten years …
 
If your game plan isn't working are you like a fish out of water? Don't be a fish! After speaking with Dedeco, Thomas and Gary discuss how knowing a variety of Jiu Jitsu concepts and understanding several positions can help you adapt when things aren't going your way. http://www.therolradio.com https://www.instagram.com/therolradio/ https://www.fac…
 
Do you want to be the best? Or are you happy just cruising through life? In this episode Carter and Mo explore the motivation behind wanting to be the absolute best at what you do. In this episode Mo defines success, Carter wonders if it’s selfish to not try to reach your potential and they discuss how you can’t be the best at everything. • What’s …
 
On this episode, we have Andre “’Dedeco” Almeida. Professor Dedeco started under the legend Ricardo De La Riva and became not only an incredibly successful competitor but also a fantastic instructor, academy owner, and hugely successful businessman Listen as Professor Dedeco discusses his early days training with De La Riva, his philosophy on BJJ a…
 
Do you make the most of the time you are given? Whether you are on the mats two hours a week or two hours every day, do you optimize your training? After speaking with multi-time world champ and 4th degree Black Belt Brandon Mullins, Thomas and Gary discuss how to make the most out of the time you spend on the mats. http://www.therolradio.com https…
 
Carter and Mo want to keep going with jiu-jitsu for as long as they can. Many youngsters push hard at jiu-jitsu only to wreck their bodies or simply burn out. What can we learn from the people around us who have shown longevity, be it in business, relationships or jiu-jitsu? In this episode Carter and Mo talk about training consistently for a long …
 
This week’s guest was dragged onto the wrestling mats by his father, and early in his career, he cried after almost every practice. But even as an eighth-grader he had a voice telling him that even though he was constantly being beaten up it wasn’t always going to be that way. It was that attitude that led Brandon Mullins to become not only a high-…
 
All it takes to run a Jiu Jitsu academy is a place for some mats and a few students, right? After speaking with the co-founder of Brazilian Top Team and American Top Team Ricardo Liborio, Thomas and Gary discuss the real work that goes into running a successful academy and what a potential student should look for when picking out a place to train. …
 
There are many different ways to approach a project. When Carter and Mo started this podcast they wanted to keep it lean and simple to increase their chances of success. This has led to them thinking about the benefits of being lean and mean in business. In this episode Carter and Mo discuss how being lean helps mitigate risk, dealing with a painti…
 
Today’s guest is one of the most influential people in the world of Jiu Jitsu and MMA. First as one of Carlson Gracie’s best competitors then as co-founder of not one but two of the most successful MMA teams in history. On this episode, Ricardo Liborio shares his thoughts about his generation of fighters, the most important early events in MMA, the…
 
It has been said you don't break a bad habit you replace it with a good one. After speaking with Master Carlos 'Caique" Elias, Thomas and Gary discuss Jiu Jitsu's and life's bad habits, how they are developed, and how they can be prevented. Maybe it all starts with the Fundamentals? http://www.therolradio.com https://www.instagram.com/therolradio/ …
 
Overcoming is an inherent part of combat sports. Having the mental toughness to keep going through fear, injuries and physical pain. Simone Biles recently withdrew from 2 of her gymnastic events at the Tokyo Olympics. Was she weak for doing this? Can an athlete withdrawing from such a major sporting event have an explanation? Carter and Mo discuss …
 
Master Carlos “Caique” Elias is one of only eight men outside of the Gracie family to be awarded their black belt by Grand Master Helio Gracie along with Master Rickson Gracie, and was personally asked by Helio to move to the United States to be an instructor at the first Gracie academy in Torrence Califonia. On this episode Master Caique reminisce…
 
What makes a person confident? Is it something you are born with or is it a learned behavior? Nature vs Nurture? After speaking with MMA and BJJ legend Murilo Bustamante about how he became a more confident person when he stepped on the mats or in the ring, Thomas and Gary discuss where and how confidence develops. http://www.therolradio.com https:…
 
It’s easy to go on YouTube and find entrepreneurs who are showing off their fast cars and big houses with promises that if you buy their course then you can have these things too. Is this the same in jiu-jitsu with instructionals promising that this single technique will completely change your game? In this episode Carter and Mo discuss cocky peopl…
 
This week’s guest is a legend in both BJJ and MMA. He fought in the first BJJ vs Lute Livra challenge, went on to win the UFC Middleweight title, fought in Pride FC, and co-founded one of the greatest MMA teams in history. On this episode, Murilo Bustamante shares his incredible BJJ and MMA journey. One that started under Master Carlson Gracie, and…
 
Can you look inward and examine yourself critically and honestly? Fabio Gurgel the legendary competitor, instructor, and co-founder of Alliance Jiu Jitsu shared with us the quote, "Be hard on yourself and be gentle with others". In this takeaway Thomas and Gary discuss what it means to be critical of oneself no matter the situation, and how to use …
 
Drilling moves in jiu-jitsu will teach you techniques, but will it teach you how to fight? To fight well means adapting to the situation at hand, being fluid and dynamic. The same is true for business. To be rigid means missing opportunity or being too focussed on one thing. Life is constantly changing and there are real benefits to flowing with it…
 
Today’s guest is another legend in the world of Jiu Jitsu and co-founder of one of the most important and winningest Jiu Jitsu academies in the world. Fabio Gurgel started Jiu Jitsu at age 13 and by the age of 19 he was a Black Belt under Master Jacare Cavalcanti and at age 23 along with Jacare founded the legendary Alliance Jiu Jitsu. Over the nex…
 
Injuries are unfortunately a part of Jiu Jitsu. But what is the most important thing to do if you are injured? After speaking with The King of the Half Guard, Roberto Correa, Thomas and Gary discuss how staying connected to Jiu Jitsu during your recovery is vital. http://www.therolradio.com https://www.instagram.com/therolradio/ https://www.faceboo…
 
The recent fight between Connor McGregor and Dustin Poirier inspires the topics in this weeks’ episode. Has Connor McGregor come to the end of being at the top? Does the mindset that is required to reach the pinnacle of success, also lead to fighters thinking they’ve still got it when they haven’t anymore? Carter and Mo consider if people should qu…
 
This week’s guest can be considered one of the biggest innovators in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. After a severe knee injury, Roberto “Gordo” Correa changed forever the Half Guard position. Previously the last hope before your guard was passed, he turned it into the more offensive position we know today. He is also one of the greatest coaches in both BJJ a…
 
Why were you put on this earth? What is your purpose? After a great conversation with Gerry "Kid Peligro" Costa, Thomas and Gary discuss Kid's belief that he was put on earth to help others, and if that is truly our purpose in life. http://www.therolradio.com https://www.instagram.com/therolradio/ https://www.facebook.com/therolradio/ https://www.i…
 
With this episode being recorded on Independence Day, Carter and Mo are thinking about what it really means to be independent. Financial independence is probably the greatest way to create freedom in your life. Pursuing independence in jiu-jitsu means taking charge of your training and improving your game without blindly following others. In this e…
 
Today’s guest is a prolific writer, surfer, and 5th Degree Black Belt Professor under Royler Gracie, Kid Peligro. Listen as he tells wonderful stories of growing up with the Gracie family, training under legends Royler and Rickson Gracie, how he trains world champion surfers, and the similarities between Jiu Jitsu, Surfing, and life. Here is RŌL Ra…
 
Do we create our own opportunities, or is an opportunity something that just happens? After speaking with Cole Miller and how he took advantage of the opportunities that led to a successful UFC career, Thomas and Gary discuss how opportunities appear, how to take advantage of them, and whether or not they happen for a reason. http://www.therolradio…
 
Friend of the show Kaelum Kalista is back for another episode talking about his experiences of running a growing jiu-jitsu school. In this episode Carter and Mo ask him about staying competitive while training with blue and white belts, running a school which caters for everyone and why he thinks his school is growing so rapidly. • Kaelum’s recent …
 
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