SBG Buford Starts The Month Off Right!
“What a weekend for SBG! It wasn’t all about MMA this past Saturday, as our tribe also had a great showing at NEWBREED, bringing home a whole lot of new hardware . We had veteran Jiu Jitsu athletes alongside first time competitors, all of whom got out there and put it on the line, testing their skill, mind, and body. A big thanks to a Coach Sean for spending the day at at NEWBREED before heading straight to the NFC event to help coach our MMA team. One Tribe One Vibe!!”
Across The Globe SBG Cape Town South Africa Gets Their Second Venue –
Up And Coming SBG Athlete Patrick Lehane Announces His Newest Sponsor –
“The team just keeps growing and I am grateful to all those who are investing and believing in my dream
Matt Announces His Newest Series In Filming “S.MA.C” –
“Have you ever wondered about SBG’s approach to weapons training?
Some Good Words From Matt Inman On Sorting Through Loss-
“Finally it can help if a fighter maintains a sense of perspective. Whilst a defeat can seem like a crushing blow, the unfortunate truth is that most of the worst things that happen to us in life are not going to be defeats in sport, they are more likely to be the things that hit you unexpectedly on some otherwise unremarkable Tuesday morning. Furthermore things move so quickly in this game that even a dramatic defeat is generally all but forgotten about by everyone but the fighters involved within the following days, weeks and months. The most important things in our life, family and real friends, will still be there regardless of the outcome.”
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Alex Enlund On Attitude –
Attitude is a returning theme. Being successful isn’t something that people arive at, it’s a constant journey. As Matt Inman pointed out in his blog it’s important to deal with failures and fualts and more importantly realize they aren’t permanent.
It’s how we would through those bad times.
And as Alex points out here it’s not just the bad times when attitude matters.
“Attitude is everything when it comes to working with athletes and despite the number of personality types a handful of traits I really admire include…
SBG Korea representing VIA Korea’s Spec Ops –
“SBG is about making good people more dangerous to bad people.
From Jason Lancucki-
“An incredible evening with the #worldsgreatesttribe @ SBGTORONTO celebrating the recognition of these two amazing humans! Wegen Chow and Mark Garcia…SBGTORONTO’s newest Brown Belts! Achievement unlocked!! Levelled Up!!!”
Tim Ward, Michael Shelton, Carson Baker, and Aaron Locklear. Well done!
Don’t Forget About Ray Price At SBG Reno
Congratulations to your newest blue belt Julius Malagar. Well done Julius.
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SBG Pushing To Make Every Day Better Than The Last –
“Never regret a day in your life.