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Martial Arts & Pregnancy: Working Out

For the last 8 ¬†months, I’ve been busy growing a mini martial artist in my belly. I’m well into my 3rd trimester and have about 4-5 weeks to go until I’m due to pop. This being my first child, the … Continue reading

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The Fine Line Between Self-Confidence and Arrogance

Just wanted to share an old illustration that I made a couple of years ago: For some reason one day I was thinking about the hare and the tortoise story and it suddenly hit me what the moral of the … Continue reading

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The Hardest Thing About Competing

The hardest thing about competing… …isn’t the hard training …isn’t the nerves before stepping on the mat …isn’t the fear about getting completely smashed or even injured …isn’t the fear of losing The hardest thing about competing… …is CUTTING WEIGHT!

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Artwork: Don’t Be This Guy

I recently collaborated with Jiu Jiu from Jiu Jiu’s BJJ Blog to create a character for one of her blog posts titled BJJ and Women: PSA – Trousers Thief On The Loose. She gave me the brief of “douchey guy, … Continue reading

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My Martial Arts-Themed Artworks on Red Bubble

I spend a lot of my time trying my best to kick, punch, choke or break someone’s limbs, or more accurately trying to not get all those things done to me. But when I’m not training, I like to draw. … Continue reading

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