Big Wins, Bigger Paychecks for Kaynan Duarte and Andy Murasaki

Atos athletes Kaynan Duarte and Andy Murasaki left nothing unconquered this weekend. Taking home titles in both gi and no-gi, in lightweight and heavyweight divisions this weekend. Here’s a recap of their performances.   Two professional jiu-jitsu tournaments took place this week. Kaynan Duarte took on the heavyweights In Houston, Texas at the Third Coast… Read More

Weekend Review: 2 Days, 3 Events

Between Who’s Number One, Fight 2 Win, and the IBJJF Orlando Gi and No-Gi Open Atos athletes stayed busy. Here’s a review of the weekend. Who’s Number One Who’s Number One is Flograppling’s flagship professional jiu-jitsu event. They aim at curating a handful of the most relevant top ten match ups to find out who… Read More

Atos Reigns Supreme

Last week IBJJF announced that Atos holds the number one ranking for Grand Slam tournaments. What does this mean? And how did we achieve it? The infamous “Grand Slam” refers to the four major tournaments that IBJJF holds every year: Brasileiros, Pan Ams, Europeans, and of course, Worlds. Rankings are determined by the number of… Read More

Atos Ladies Go 4-0 in Miami

Atos ladies make a statement in Miami. Baby Shark makes her debut, colored belts take home submission of the night and fight of the night, and the squad brings home two new titles.  New addition to the Atos HQ squad, Sophia Magana, was first up on the card. She made quick work of her opponent… Read More

How “Rare Air” Creates A Culture of Excellence

Every jiu-jitsu practitioner has a unique motivation to train. For some it is to become a World Champion, for others it’s exercise, or just to learn something new. The list goes on. Of the myriad reasons people commit to jiu-jitsu one thing ties them together: personal development. The culture of an academy contributes to the… Read More

Josh Hinger Earns Double Gold at Master Worlds

7 matches, 3 submissions, and no points scored against him, Josh Hinger ends the year on a high note. With seven divisions (Master 1-7) Master Worlds has become one of the largest tournaments that IBJJF hosts every year. Because it’s a tournament with a minimum age requirement (30 years old) to compete  it provides a… Read More

Tye and Kaynan Steal The Show at Who’s Number One

Atos competitors Tye Ruotolo and Kaynan Duarte stole the show at Flograppling’s newest promotion, Who’s Number One, securing the only two submission victories on the entire card. Both athletes represented Atos’ motto to innovate jiujitsu, and showed us that you can definitely win and still learn. Let’s take a look at the matches:   Tye… Read More

Three Tips To Be Your Best with UFC Champ Israel Adesanya

What could have easily beome a vacation or a setback the UFC crew from Auckland quickly seized as an opportunity to evolve spending the month training with Professor Andre Galvao and his Atos HQ team. Israel Adesanya was supposed to be on a routine trip to Las Vegas to coach teammate Carlos Ulberg through Dana… Read More

Atos Closes the Year with Big Wins at Pans No-Gi

With 2020 coming to an end, the Atos Jiu-Jitsu team cleaned up at one of the last big IBJJF tournaments of the year: IBJJF Pans No-Gi. After a chaotic year – in which many of the major tournaments were cancelled or postponed – the Atos team pushed ahead as much as they could with their… Read More

The Atos x Red Bowie Team Takes Subversiv Title

Just weeks ahead of the IBJJF Pans, a select crew of Atos HQ x Red Bowie athletes flew across the country to Philadelphia to compete in Subversiv IV, October 31. The goal: just like any other event, to bring the trophy home. Mission: accomplished. A relatively new promotion put on by a very well-known name… Read More