This issue of Gracie Magazine includes the following articles:
What Jiu-jitsu can do for your kids
How the art helps children of all kinds, from the perspective of those who have experienced and guided the transformation - and a guide to knowing who trust with the little ones.
The Season Begins
With a record number signed up, the competition in the Old World kicks off the official Jiu-jitsu calendar for 2008, indicating the names and nicknames we'll be hearing a lot about as the year unfolds.
Two Decades Carrying the Flag
In 2008 Marcinho Feitosa completes 20 years of Jiu-jitsu, with good lessons to teach and stories to tell.
From former nightclub bouncer to PhD in philosophy, meet John Danaher, the black belt who adopted Jiu-jitsu as a way of life and focus of study.
Get Out From Under
Braulio "Carcara" teaches everything - or almost everything - you need to fine tune your sweeps in one week.
Complicate Your Training
Why uniting elements you used to train seperately can help you become a versitile fighter.
Jiu-jitsu Strong in California
Franjinha and Shawn strengthen the gentle art by breeding champions in the golden state.