#33 Recovery Myths & Fake Fixes
Stop wasting your Money with Fake Fixes! JT & Joey are putting Recovery Myths on Blast!! You are probably doing at least of 1 of the following things and it isn’t helping you, here come the truth bombs:
CBD Oil is a placebo
Icing Does Not Help Healing
Inflammation is good for you
Acai isn’t a Health Food??
Addiction to Practitioners / Healers
Today’s show is all about questioning if the things you do, actually help you. We are all about what is effective. Don’t waste time or money on over hyped well marketed snake oil!!
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I’m ready, ladies and gentlemen, welcome to another Bulletproof for BJ podcast. I am JT. Hello, I’m Joey. And today we will be talking about recovery myths and fake fixes. Oh, we’re calling them out today. you . Everyone’s going to get it. Oh yeah. Bed . Believe it. Can we start with Wim Hoff? Hey man. Come on man . Now he did . Don’t beat up on an old guy. Like, I mean, he can, he could sit in ice bath longer than you all day, bro . It’s like 41 oldest looking young guy. Sorry to derail it. Do you ever look, you know, there’s people you follow on Instagram. Sure. And you’re like, oh, so-and-so, they’re a , um , they’ve been around a while or whatever. And then you do a birthday person. They’re like, oh, just turn 42. And you’re like, holy, you look old, you look bad. Um , I’m talking specifically about a lot of the real heavy lifting strength. Yeah. Kind of folks that are like eating and lifting and like pushing in that candle. Hot decades. Yes. Mark Bell was the one that got me. Right. He posted something the other day and he’s mid forties and I’m like, man, you look like you’ve done some years. Yeah . But you got to think, I mean, we do jujitsu. We get with it. Sure, sure. Where did end with it? But you want to think Mark Bell was obese. Like he was morbidly obese. He’s now super lean at one being huge takes its toll to being super lean takes its toll. Yeah. And this guy has been taking steroids more steroids than anyone for forever. He’s pretty open about that. You know, loves him some Jews . Yeah he does. But you know, to his credit and he will say he’s a meathead . He’s done some good things. Oh I think he’s awesome. Yeah. I read it . I totally read it. Yeah . I’m really just nitpicking it. Like some, you know, kind of, there’s a certain age looseness that exists on social media because you see these people , I don’t know how old they are and when you hear it, sometimes you just it’s surprising. Oh definitely. I think definitely there are people out there who have great capacity. And we have talked about this too, who are shortening up their lives. You know, you’ve said this quite a number of times from a blade runner, right? What’s the quote show the candle that burns twice as bright, burns, half as long. Correct. And we are going to talk about today, guys. Some things out there you are , what you’re burning money, the money that burnt candle, you had the money candle. You’re burning it hard guys because there’s a lot of stuff out there which is and it’s promoted. And we are going to not just question, but discuss the efficacy. Like why are you doing that? If the return is very minimal, even though there might be some return, could you do something else? Could you do something better? What should we open with? I think the first thing I want to start with is CBD oil. Ah. Yeah . My favorite for recovery. I want to, I want to say this guys because I had a discussion with a jujitsu guy , very new blue belt, nice guy from Melbourne legend, but also hardcore avid Joe Rogan follower , basically anything Joe does. He does. And he told me that it’s getting hard to take Joe these days, Joe Rogan is his inspiration to do jujitsu . So I’m like, well that’s really positive. He has encouraged a bunch of people throughout time to do jujitsu, but he was like, man, I’m hitting this CBD oil bro . It’s so good. Hey, like, and I was like , uh , yeah , uh , okay, enlightened me. And he said, oh, well it’s got like lavender and like melatonin. And I was like, bro, the thing that’s helping you sleep is the melatonin. It’s a hormone. Like you’ve got to understand guys that if you actually read the scientific research on it and you know, Stephie Coleman , who’s one of the strongest women in the world, amazing athlete. She, you know , it was very scientific. She called on CBD oil like two, three years ago when people were getting super hot over it. Now here’s the deal. And this is why I want to say that. Hey guys, think about this. The study I read, I’ve read two , one was much more scathing. They compared taking CBD oil to a placebo. The placebo worked just as well. And so what they’re saying here is it’s not that the CBD oil actually helps you sleep or helps you relax. It’s the act of taking the CBD oil. I am doing something which is good for me. That will help me sleep. And that’s really positive actually taking the step to, you know, try and look after yourself. Hey, it’s good. And you paid 140 bucks for a little while . So even that you’re like I’m investing in my health. Yeah. And the thing is, human psychology is crazy. Right? Because the more you pay for something, the more you value it. It’s wonderful. Yeah. I mean look magnesium for something like 40 bucks a container. Yeah . I mean, come on. It’s cheap. Mustn’t work. So this study showed and it’s really scathing to say that CBD oil has minimum to no biological effects on humans. Now, obviously placebo is a powerful effect. So you could say, oh, this is a placebo effect. It’s powerful, but could you not be taking something else to have a placebo effect? That’s why I wanted to say. And just prior to this conversation guys, and this is just in time information, confirmation bias that had the best Dr . Kickass on Instagram. Totally randomly . I just said this to Joe, Joe opens Instagram, Dr. Kickass also posting about how CBD oil is not effective. Yup. Yup. Bang on doctor . Shout out. If you don’t follow Dr . Kick-ass . He’s got some cool stuff, Instagram check them out. It talks about a lot of , um , you know, combat issues from a , an educated health perspective. But uh , yeah, exact same thing. He was citing studies that are like, it’s shown to have no benefit. And then what about this? It’s shown to have no benefit. I’ve pumped two vials of CBD oil in my time, both were gifts from someone. And uh , I was like, oh, I took a full thing. And they’re like, oh no, you got to do double the dose, double the dose of whatever it says. I’m like, all right , double the dose. And I’m like, I didn’t notice. All I did was switch the soil around my mouth. I said fine. But yeah, it did absolutely nothing for me. Similar to the time that I bought a thing of alpha brain from it did nothing. Right. I can speak to not noticing any particular benefit from it. However, the people that gave it to me were really excited over it and I wanted it to work. I want it to be excited too. And I think that that’s often how a lot of folks end up getting carried away with this. Definitely those companies seem to have found a very good inroad in the jiu-jitsu community because it goes rigid Jitsu . It’s like sure, hard training, Paul Hata , little niggling injuries, CB Dale , high roller smoke , some weighed like show a part of that vibe. And uh , we all like that. It’s like kind of cool. It’s some kind of Southern California show, but at the end of the day, the old doesn’t work smuggle joint, that works well. I mean, it depends on what you’re trying to achieve, but sure . I mean, I’m not going to say that, but that’s all good. I think we can definitely say I have shown certain benefits related to, you know , THC and marijuana. That’s undisputed. That’s proven CBD oil on the other hand, not proven. So let’s leave it there guys. The next thing I wanted to get into, which is something, which it’s only in the last two years, that this is kind of come to light is I seeing acute injuries. Now we’re going to discuss this because the thing that shocked me was I actually wrote a blog about this about three or four months ago, the original doctor who founded ricer , which is the steps of rest ice compression, elevation referral, this whole process, you know, you’ve rolled your ankle and get the ice pack, which we’ve been using for like decades right? 30 years or something. Yeah . When I was in buddy year eight, PE the first thing they teach you, or first aid , you get an injury, get the ice pack, elevate that bad boy. The doctor who came up with that has recently said, well, no, actually I’m gonna kind of renege and say, I seen acute injuries does not help the healing process. So even though it might feel better because it’s numbing the process of limiting inflammation, slows healing. So he’s actually said, nah , if you , you know , roll your ankle and you’ve got a partial tear in the ligament, don’t do that. I was shocked. I was like, holy goodness. I actually read this in a sports science journal relevant to soccer injuries. And it had this guy saying, you know what, I was wrong after 30 years or whatever. And I was like, wow, I’ve been ice and stuff for ever. And that’s a big change for me. And when we actually talked about the other day with injuries, didn’t we Joe , it’s like, you know, someone, you know, you’re armbar someone or something, I’m on my joint and you go, oh , I’ll get that. Yeah, you’re standing there. You don’t know what to do. And you’re like, the only good thing I can do right now is go get the ice pack your gesture. And I was like, yes, I’m doing something to help. I can help you. Yeah. And I mean, I, you know, whatever, like , um, I believe that that reduction of his original study or his original theory has been around for a long time. Like I’ve been here in it for longer than five years. No , actually the , the ice thing doesn’t work, they say, you know , um, or maybe not that it doesn’t work. It disrupts the healing process. It slows the healing process. And this is the thing is, and this is where, why we want to make sure we discuss the point is that there are other benefits to using the ice. And I mean, I can speak to this. And I spoke to when we, I think we did it on a , on one of our Instagram, Q and I’s , we did a perfect example with my knee and the surgery. When you come out of an ACL reconstruction, you have massively swollen knee, right. And the whole goal over the next sort of two to four weeks is to just get the swelling down as much as possible because you have so much swelling. You can’t actually move the joint, inhibits your ability to move. And that inhibition of movement inhibits your ability to recover as well. Sure. So I asked the out of my knee, right? Like literally every two hours using this compression and ice machine and elevation doing all that. Yup . But it only goes so far once you’ve gotten rid of most of that inflammation. Now you’ve got to move that thing. So then it’s , it’s all about exercise and contraction. And in that setting where it is extremely acute swelling that is paralyzing you in a sense, let me just chip in for a second surgery level. Inflammation is significantly different to, I just a hundred percent a strain, something that’s right. There is a purpose to it. But exactly as JT says, when you cop that little thing and you’re like, ah, my elbow’s a bit sore from training tonight. Perhaps icing. It is not the best thing to do. Perhaps it is going to slow down your recovery. The only other part where they say ice works is it does help with pain. Yes. If you’re like, oh man, my elbow is killing me and I can’t sleep. Maybe asking it for 40 minutes for you to go to bed, could help. Yeah . It gives a little segue to , to something else because a lot of people we speak to go, ah , I went to my doctor and this is not me bagging all doctors. This is just simply to say, you don’t need a referral to see a physio. If you have a serious injury that needs help from a physio, a doctor will refer you. That’s a physiotherapist physio therapist . Yes, indeed. You can just find them. You can Google them. You can find them, go to them. And that’s the thing. Doctors generally go, okay. Um , have drugs like have these, any inflammatories have these painkillers cetera. And also, this is another thing. The research has shown that if you have ligament ligament damage specifically, this is not about broken bones. I don’t know about that. It, the research shows that limiting blood flow to ligaments through using antiinflammatories slows the healing process. Let’s , let’s just zip back to the doctor thing real quick. The point there is that you have these general medical practitioners, which are doctors who have a GPS , pretty good understanding of a lot of things, but then you have specialists within their field and physiotherapists are specialists of a sort and they deal with the body. They’re not there to help you. When you get a call. They’re not how , when you get a notice , that’ll help you with biomechanical issues. Yes. And so jujitsu is a biomechanical sport , pretty much guaranteed that any of the injuries you’re going to get again , to be biomechanical in night in nature. So you go to the physio and they’re the person that’s equipped to deal with that there’s levels to physiotherapy . But if you could have one that understands jujitsu, they’re worth a gold. Amazing. I mean, look, if you’ve got half a coral reef hanging off your leg from some bad-ass skin infection, you know, you don’t want to look like you’re a member of David Jones, his locker from pirates of the Caribbean, get antibiotics, get your skin fixed. You need to see a doctor for that. You might even have to go to a skin specialist if you’ve got some crazy staph infection. But that said, if you tweak something, you’ve snapped something, see a physio because taking drugs, isn’t always the answer. You know, it’s not like I have a problem with my body take drugs. Here’s the thing. That’s not necessarily what’s going to help, you know , um , on that physio could extend to a good osteopath. Sure. A good chiropractor at times. Why are therapists my therapist, someone who does, you know , active release techniques, there are different , there are many fields within that in the states too, you have art like J T Jared does active release therapy. So if you Google AIT , those practitioners are also can be really great too. But within every profession there’s levels, right? Good and bad, good and bad. And that’s leads us to our next point. Chiropractics. So this is one of those things. Don’t get me wrong. Some of my best friends chiropractice, but I’d actually don’t respect them. I’ve had them since we met there’s great cars out there. Chiropractic is one of those practices that gets a bit of. They do get a bad rap , but at the end of the day, there are good ones. Sure. What we’re pointing to though with that is this , um, this narrative that a lot of people have. And this, I don’t know if this happens overseas, as much as happens here, but people like, ah , I mean, you know, I’ve got this back issue. What should I do? I see my Cairo, like once a week, I’ve been going to them for years. So it’s normally pretty good. And you’re like, man, any practitioner that you have to go and see whether it’s once a week, once a month, once every six weeks continually for years on end, they are not, they’re not fixing the issue. None of the problems has not been resolved. The therapist is not there to be now your new best friend forever. Therapist’s worth their weight. And this is a good friend of mine said this to me. She said, this is Theresa Marcello. Who’s a Maya therapist. And she said, look, if I can’t kind of help you get to where you need to go. And then you don’t need to come see me inside of three sessions. Then you need to see someone else. I was like , wow , isn’t it. That’s mad. Right? Because you have these different stages of healing and really injuries can be symptomatic of a bigger problem. So even I know I’m going to speak about , uh, Andrew lock , doc Locke , big power lifting guru and strength, master big beast of a human. He, he will comfortably say that. Like, if you look at his therapy room, there’s a GHD, there’s kettlebells, there’s chains. There’s like a big part of how he treats people for physio. It gets them lifting. He’s like the only way we’re going to fix your injuries is by getting you stronger. That is his core tenant of therapy, other than doing, you know, manual therapies and , and lighter resistance work is get people stronger. And that’s the thing, guys. It doesn’t matter. The therapist, when you know this could be a chiropractor , it could be anyone. If you have to see them more than once a month, like have to not just elective. Cause you think they’re kind of hot. And you’re like, Ooh , rubbed me up the right way. Actually. That’s what one of my clients said, she got another good recovery. One of my clients, she said to me, I’ve got this really handsome physio. It’s like, are you getting an injury? Just so you can go hang out with this guy . Like maybe just ask him now . Sure. It happens. It can happen. I’m sure it happens with personal trainers too . It can. I mean, I’ve always done well in the over fifties market, those over fifties ladies, it’s, I’ll pay him. You know? Anyway, you trade what you can. You know, I know my market. I think you have to think long and hard is, is what I’m doing effective. That’s what we’re questioning today. Is it helping you? If you have to do it all the time, is it doing the job you employed it to do? Is it worth the money you’re paying? Because if you’ve got to pay a hundred, 200, $300 a month, you got a problem. That’s not being fixed. Yeah . Any of those specialists, if one of the things they do at their , at the, after that first session is book you in for a regular ongoing appointment. That’s a massive red flag. Yes. A great, the next thing I’m going to talk about is something I want to talk about because this is a common myth within jujitsu. I’m going to have to slay a sacred cow right now. All I see people it’s. Oh, Dan to Brazil. And I’m telling you it’s purple diabetes. You’re freaking kidding yourself. So many people out there. Oh , PGG lifestyle men . Look, I got , look my se , I got a shift in upright. I’m telling you, if you talk to Brazilians talking about Brazil in 99 or early two thousands, I’ll say you wasn’t a thing. It wasn’t even a snack that talked about this Amazonian, superfruit and all this . It’s not right guys. Like I see how many people are having SAE. It’s super acidic. It’s regularly so high in like sugar and pasta just gets coated . In other things. If the Asahi berries are using don’t taste that good. They’re like, oh, let’s throw strawberries in there. We’ll put banana in there. We’ll put honey on it. We’ll put all this other on it because it doesn’t taste good. And the thing that you’re buying is a frozen concentrate or something. That’s not good for you. So even though you enjoy it and you can say, oh, it’s fun. So they’re , it’s like, you know, it’s like a gel water. Sure. But just know that you’re eating very expensive gelato. Like just go to Messina, like get something that tastes better, that you don’t have to cover and fruit and I need to make it taste good. That’s what I’m saying, guys. I say is not good for you. And every time you eat it and you post on Instagram, I think you’re an idiot. Uh , when you say not good for you to talk, to break that down for me, what are the downsides? Okay, well, let’s , let’s look at any process thing, right? For a long time, smoothies were as a big deal, right? Everyone’s having smoothies. Yeah . But what they’ve shown now is like, as much as you can do juices and things like that, a lot of these smoothie bars were just doing like frozen yogurt, frozen berries, honey, whatever. Like it’s a lot of sugar. You’re having a lot of sugar to get what nutritional benefit. And we tend to over consume two major things in the Western diet, which is sugar and salt. They’re the two things we eat way too much, which is really bad for us. So to just get a huge bowl and you’re not weighing bad for us in high quantities, high quantities, because we just been carefully because we are fans of sugar and salt. Well , no , I I’m a much bigger fan of salt and sugar and different people have different persuasions, right? But processed sugar itself is bad for us. Whatever you say, you can have small amounts of it’s short, but we don’t have small amounts of it. We think we’re having a small amount when we’re having 60 grams and that’s actually shown to lower your immune system. That’s, that’s a can of Coke , but I’ve got to go back to say, you’re a fan of breakfast cereals. And you have suggested that breakfast cereal can form part of a , of a good nutrition strategy. Post-training yep . I’m not talking kind of hydrates, but this is a bit selfish . There’s sugar involved in that too. Right? Depending on which cereal you choose, depending obviously, but I’m saying that like say rice, bubbles let’s cause rice bubbles is actually super high GI. It’s not necessarily high in sugar. It’s very high in carbohydrates, but it’s not sugar to be clear. There are sugar-free ones. Sure. I guess what I’m poking at is because I agree. I he’s counted as like being this extremely special thing when it’s really not, but I’m also not completely against sugar because it does have a part to play. I mean, it has a part to play for me. Like, like I was talking about that , do you eat fruit? Like there’s different. Like don’t get me wrong. I have been known to eat a whole bag of snakes. Right. Because it gives you a huge insulin dump. Is that healthy behavior? No, no one should do that. Like that’s not. But does that give you a really good response for muscle growth? Yeah. But playing with your insulin levels like that long-term is not inherently healthy. So I mean, even if you’re staying very conservative with your sugar consumption, you can still consume a lot without trying. That’s what I would say. And actively going and buying 500 grams of Asahi and then putting fruit all over it and then doing whatever else would you do that is not the way to be healthy. I think that the big takeaway for folks with this one is that high sugar foods, something like I say, it’s often considered to be something that it’s not. Yes. And that’s the problem is that people are like, yeah , it’s real . I’ve been having an essay for breakfast every day. And it’s like a bowl of processed sugar is not the greatest thing for you to be having for breakfast. If it’s a deliberate decision you’re making, because it’s because you need to get your carbohydrates up and you want to use simple sugars and it forms part of your nutrition strategy, then it’s fine . But I think most people aren’t looking at it from that objective perspective, not at all, just like, oh no, my coach said this is the bomb. And every time I go to the competition, that’s what they’re selling pumping every day. It’s like digital culture. Right. It’s become part of jujitsu culture. But I’m saying that like jiu-jitsu existed a long time before. Yeah . So don’t get it twisted. I’m going to lead over to you, Joe, because that was my thing that I wanted to talk about. And uh , so we have these concessions, we have these little discussions before we start guys that are the certain things we want to chat about. I’m going to have red button Joe right here. I’m going to trigger him. Oh, and we’re going to say massage guns, preferably the more expensive options. If you could spend $900, it’s going to work. So guys, when you get a massage gun, anything under a thousand boxes of paste of , make sure it comes with a little briefcase with all of the little attachments, because those little attachments actually allow you to get into different parts of the muscle and that’s going to help you do the splits back fail. I got a real gripe against massage guns because most of the people notice. I said most, not all, most of the people I see who buy them, the inflexible people. So people that I know who are just like around on the internet when they should be doing some mobility and they’re around on the mats when they should be having a stretch after cloth . And they’re like, oh , I bought this massage gun. And it’s like, dude, why don’t you just stretch for five minutes? Right? It’s this idea of buying this premium product that someone sold to a it’s like the golden key to unlocking your magic deficiencies. Yeah. They can be of benefit. You can use them to good effect. Most people do not. I would argue that the majority of people who have ever purchased one of those things, the thing just collects dust somewhere in your garage or in your cupboard and you never really use it. This idea is the same as using a foam roller or using a trigger ball or a massage ball or whatever. They all have a small amount of benefit. But only when they’re coupled with movement and strength training and proper mobility work. It’s the combination of factors that is potent. It is not the one thing by itself. Yes. And so when we see people leaning on the gun or the foam roll , as they thing , to me, it usually just says a bit of laziness. Yeah . The foam roller in a big way because people like to get the foam roller , put it on the ground and then just lie on it and just lie down for a bit seals on rocks. And it’s like, that is supposed to be an active thing that you’re doing. It should be work. Yeah. You’re not like it fine if you want to just lie there, but you didn’t need the farm relat a lot or you just, you’re just looking at a restaurant now. That’s right. But I mean, let’s break it down a little bit more guy. So if we think about the effect of what we’re trying to do here, which is like essentially get fascia to become more or less thick because fascia is like gristle. So if any of you out there have no idea what fascia is. It’s connective tissue that surrounds the muscle and connect certain muscle chains together. And it can be gristle. I can stake . So for any of you out there who eat steak, if you don’t eat steak, that’s fine. You probably have seen it. It’s that kind of gray, semi clear connective tissue. It’s like a plastic bag. That’s been stretched over sections of the muscle. Yeah. And it can be like gristle. Like it’s like chewing gum. It can be stiff and tough. Or if warmed up and treated and chewed, it can be super elastic depending on how you treat the tissues. Now, if you’ve got a massage gun or you’re using a roller or you’re doing whatever you might be doing to try and get this fascia to loosen up, if all you do is like loosen it up and do nothing with that, it just goes, it just goes back to where it was and nothing has changed. Other than you felt better for five, 10 minutes. If you don’t do something with that new blood circulation and that change in the structure and the fascia , I can move your muscles more or take your joints for a bigger range of motion. You are wasting your time. Yeah . Yeah. It’s it’s and that’s why like foam rolling or any that kind of shade or using your massage gun, you should do it for a little bit. Before you start your training session, then you do some mobility work. Then you do your warm up . Then you start training or lifting or whatever you’re doing, but it forms part of that process. And it comes first. And when using that way, that can be quite a potent tool. I don’t use them personally because I’d rather just do my mobility. Like just jump into it. So I don’t think they’re essential. They’re very much an optional part of the process. But as a standalone item, they are not a good enough process. It is a piece of the , the puzzle guys . You’ve got to understand it like tissue prep. Well, I like it. Like, I’m a big fan of not the blue foam roller, because that is. And if the blue foam roll is killing you, you have some issues and you need the blue foam rolls too soft. Well, yeah, it just doesn’t ineffective. It doesn’t create a fact like, and they have shown that like just working the hell out of your ITB, doesn’t do much for increasing the length of it or changing the tissue structure. Now obviously massaging your muscles, like your quads. Yeah. That does have an effect. And other tissues are more treatable, but all this aside for me, it’s about awareness sometimes I’ll think, oh yeah, my hips fine. And then I go, oh no, actually my hip is not fine, but I’m not just sitting on it. I’m working blood in there as much as I, and once my tissues are prepped, then I do my mobility and it’s awareness. And that’s the thing I use it for. I don’t use it thinking, oh, this is the magic bullet. I do it. And I leave it. I always use it as the first stage before doing my mopes. And that’s just me. That’s just a preference thing. And that’s the thing, guys . We want to make sure what you’re doing is effective. Not wasting time or money. Is there anything else that you’d like to speak on relevant to this job? Just on that, like the , the financial investment, like we touched on with the Caro thing and the financial investment with the massage guns, like, oh, let’s say you spent a thousand bucks on Kira this year, or you spent a thousand bucks on the sickest new massage gun show . You could break that into like, maybe you could get yourself like eight PT sessions with a really awesome mobility coach or really awesome strength coach. That’s fine . They could teach you some that is going to give you this knowledge for life. It’s going to change the trajectory of your development because you’ve gained all this new information. I would argue that’s a thousand dollars, much better spent . Agreed. Think of it as education. Not like don’t give somebody a fish, teach them the fish. So it’s like, if you can learn and I have invested in therapists as well. I have learned a lot through my injuries and had good therapists teach me things that I should and shouldn’t do. So I have a much better understanding of how to treat my own body and that’s super empowering. And we would wish that for you guys to improve your recovery and help you bouncing back that’s right. All right . I think that’s a good point for us to leave us off. Um, now if you were offended by anything we said today, good deal with it. No, it’s one of those things. Guys feel free to send us in questions. We know our lane and occasionally we will joke around because we don’t take ourselves that seriously, but we, we know what we know. And we also know what we don’t know. We refer people if we don’t know how to solve a problem and we feel it’s outside of what we do. We say, Hey, go see this person. They’re an expert at that. You know? And , uh , happy to admit that don’t take anything we say too seriously in the sense of that. If you feel shocked or offended, Hey, maybe that says a little bit more about how attached you are to yeah. Maybe you need to relax, recover a bit better. All right guys, look, we really appreciate you tuning in. Uh , if you would like to get more information like this, I’ve started doing a YouTube live stream . So you have every Sunday. So if you’re not part of our community on Facebook, cause that’s where we often get our interactions go and subscribe. Bulletproof of BJJ on YouTube and every Sunday at 5:00 PM, I will be answering a specific questions around a particular topic that relates to your BJJ lifestyle. Yeah, I miss it. That’s 5:00 PM GMT plus 11. So that’s where in Sydney, Australia. So if you need to figure that relevant to where you are, but get on it. And it’s the same people can ask you questions. Like it’s the same interaction as a Facebook live is that’s right? Yeah. It’s just better because you don’t have to wait . Just Facebook is on the way out and went like, let’s jump that ship . Let’s let’s keep it on YouTube for listening guys. If you enjoyed the episode, we’d love it. A lot of you screenshot it and share it. Thank you for doing that. Please keep doing it.
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