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The FlowBJJ Podcast

Hayden Martz
Sports

A Brazilian Jiu Jitsu related podcast hosted by Professor Hayden Martz, a BJJ Black belt under Tom DeBlass, and owner of Flow Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in Rockland, Maine. The podcast has a variety of guests, and covers a variety of jiu jitsu related topics including beginners, competitors, mindset, longevity in the sport, and much more.

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Latest Episodes

Professor Hayden sits down with Sam Micale. Sam is a Tom Deblass brown belt, founder of the up and coming fight promotion Emerald City Invitational, and announces the opening of his new academy, Emerald City Jiu Jitsu.

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6 days ago

Professor Hayden reads a few paragraphs for those who are scared, worried, or on the fence about returning to jiu jitsu.

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22 days ago

Professor Hayden and blue belt Sandy sit down with Brian James a.k.a. The Jiu Jitsu Cop. We discuss BJJ in law enforcement, Tom Deblass & Michelle Nicolini's Camp in Cocoa Beach Florida, ADCC and much more.

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a month ago

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