Rolled Up Episode 27: The Never-Ending Path of a Martial Artist with Tim Cartmell

  • Bradley

    Really cool episode. Enjoyed hearing about traditional martial arts &the difference between that and sport jiu jitsu, and some good techniques too. really looking forward to Romulo’s episode. Thanks budo!

    • http://www.budovideos.com Budo Dave

      Thanks for comment Bradley!

  • Xingyiquan5

    Tim is awesome, and his standup Hsing-I and Bagua is very solid stuff.  His relaxed power and flexibility of mind and body are truly awesome to behold in person.  He personifies Nei Jia Quan, internal martial arts of China.

  • Mejor

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    • http://www.budovideos.com Budo Dave

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      • Mejor

        Got it!  AWESOME VIDEO!

  • http://www.facebook.com/christian.britton Christian Britton

    Great video! I’m a Tim Cartmell follower (student) for life. He’s the real deal. He teaches you to rely on concepts rather than techniques so that you can win in any situation. Plus, his style of BJJ is more relaxed and flows in such a way that it would truly help the smaller, less athletic student.

    • http://www.budovideos.com Budo Dave

      Thanks Christian!

  • William

    Great video! Tim is one of a kind. Cheers

  • Ollie

    Really enjoyed this weeks episode.  I wasn’t previously familiar with Tim Cartmell and I appreciated his perspectives on BJJ.  Also, I think the commentary between Dave and Jake is a welcome addition to the ‘final roll’ which concludes each episode.  

  • Ryan Dean

    GREAT VIDEO. I HAVE A MARTIAL ARTS SCHOOL WHERE I TEACH AN OKINAWAN KARATE CALLED UECHI RYU AND JUJUTSU. I HAD ALREADY PLACED A HIGH VALUE ON THE  STOCKADE AS A PIN WITH MY STUDENTS. I REALLY ENJOYED THE OTHER SUBS THAT HE SHOWED FROM THIS POSITION. I ALSO HAD A LOT OF RESPECT FOR HIS HUMBLENESS AND VIEWS ON THE QUESTIONS HE WAS ASKED. GREAT JOB TIM AND KEEP THE GREAT BUDO VIDEOS COMING.

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  • Connolly53

    I just want to thank you for all of the rolled up episodes. I think we all greatly appreciate what you are doing with Budovideos online.

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  • William

    Budo Jake,

    A minor detail; Tim learnt San Soo BEFORE going to Taiwan and China. While in Asia, Tim trained in Xingyiquan, Baguazhang, Taijiquan and other Chinese styles. After this he returned to the states and train in BJJ.

  • Attyjon

    Fantastic, thanks for a great video.

    • http://www.budovideos.com Budo Dave

      Thank you!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Marshall-At-Taiji-Neigong/100003206241159 Marshall At Taiji Neigong

    Wow, I love this video so much.

    Thanks a lot for what you’re doing Budo Jake! I’ve always love these videos, and as a Traditional CMA practitioner this video in particular is great. A lot of my friends have trained with Tim, and he has an impeccable reputation … everyone says he is the MAN!

    I am so jealous & wish I was intelligent and dedicated enough to do what you do BJ (lol) … Keep up the good work!

  • Blessednelkgrove

    awesome episode.Really enjoyed the techniques.

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