Archive for April, 2011

Jason “Rush” Tarkong’s Good Vibes 4/29/11

I’ve never started a fight, but I never pulled back from a fight either.- Billy Martin Sometimes we walk around with chips on our shoulders. We’re like a tightly wound spring ready to jump at the slightest trigger, when other times we would let the same event go unnoticed. We even say self-righteously, “I didn’t […]

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What Does OUSS Mean?

What Does OUSS Mean? I have been asked several times the meaning of “Ouss”, so for those who are still in the grey in regards to the word’s meaning I got the following definition from Urban Dictionary – OUSS – Noun (OW-SSSSS): The rushing exhale of air from the lungs formed into a specific and […]

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Trench Tech Saipan’s ART OF WAR Grappling|Submission Tournament Results

Short summary of winners for The Art Of War 6 No Gi Grappling Submission Challenge 2011! –Bantam Weight Division 100-135lbs 1st- Shane Aguon (The Pound BJJ Academy) 2nd- Kenji Okiyama (SPIKE 22 MMA) 3rd- Tex Agoun Barrigada BJJ *It was an all Guam sweep in the bantam weight class. Shane Aguon defeated Kenji Okiyama in […]

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The.CRANK. RandomThoughts on Martial Arts

Random Thoughts on Martial Arts Buenas yan Hafa Adai! The other day I youtubed “Pro Wrestling Moves in MMA!” The video I came across was SICKK! A whole lot of wrestling moves were pulled off in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). Come on now! You know you were once a WWF/WCW super fan! hahah I know […]

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DJ “The Kimura Kid” Jackson|Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu|BJJ

The Kimura Kid DJ Jackson 2011 World Pro Jiu-Jitsu Championships Abu Dhabi Hafa Adai! DJ JACKSON is on a hunt for Gold Medals! Congratulations to DJ Jackson on his Double Gold win this past weekend at the 2011 World Pro Jiu-Jitsu Championships in Abu Dhabi. I always wonder where exactly Abu Dhabi is. Geologically I […]

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BJJ Training Session

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) Training Another great day of training here in Camp Springs, MD! Before the 8:30pm BJJ Advanced Class started sparring we drilled for a good 30-45 minutes. We were drilling “A Game” techniques for competition. You can never over drill anything. Just like what Bruce Lee said, “Fear not the man that practices […]

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The Future Of Marpi|Saipan CNMI

The Future of Marpi The more we learn about the power pole project currently underway in Marpi, the more we are convinced that it is about so much more than just electrifying a few lights and water pumps for the public cemetery. Local electricians and renewable energy experts have generally agreed that dropping hundreds of […]

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