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Discovering Who You Are With Martial Artist Roy Dean - Ep 134

The Mind Mate Podcast

Roy Dean is an expert in the art of jiu jitsu, and his inspiring videos on YouTube have educated people around the world. Dean’s martial education is well rounded, holding first degree black belts in Kodokan Judo and Aikikai Aikido, and third degree black belts in Japanese and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Professor Dean has written about his adventures in two books,"The Martial Apprentice" and "Becoming the Black Belt."

1hr 16mins

25 Apr 2021

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A Journey in Martial Arts with Roy Dean

STRONG Men Podcast | Empowering Men to Thrive in their Health, Wealth, and Personal Performance

Roy Dean, is an ambassador for the art of jiu-jitsu, exposes others to this lifelong discipline. Author of "The Martial Apprentice" and "Becoming the Black Belt". His martial education is well rounded, holding first-degree black belts in Kodokan Judo and Aikikai Aikido, and third-degree black belts in Japanese and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He continues to be a student of Roy Harris and is recognized as a black belt by the International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation, with affiliated academies around the world.

38mins

14 Mar 2021

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Elbows Tight Podcast: Roy Dean - The Importance of Cross Training

Elbows Tight Podcast: The Beginners Journey Through Jiu-Jitsu

Today's interview is with the incredible Roy Dean. Professor Roy Dean is a third-degree black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, under Professor Roy Harris and Seibukan Jujutsu, with additional black belts in Kodokan Judo and Aikikai Aikido. He is the author of two books, Becoming the Black Belt A BJJ Journey and The Martial Apprentice: A Japanese Jujutsu Adventure, which are both must-reads for any martial artist. Mr. Roy Dean started his martial arts journey as a 16-year-old boy living in Japan as a foreign exchange student. He was told that he needed to pick up a traditional Japanese hobby and pursue Kodokan Judo. From there, he fell in love with multiple martial arts. Ultimately he found BJJ in his early 20's and was hooked. Mr. Roy Dean is probably most known for his high-quality video content on his YouTube page and his RoyDean.tv. He looks to be a storyteller with all of his content instead of just talking head with technique. His belt demonstration starts with a beautiful symphony of technical knowledge into rounds of sparing, starting with lower belts as the tester slowly works up the ladder of difficulty until they finally reach Mr. Dean himself for their final test before earning their new rank. Even with what fame and acknowledgment he has earned worldwide, Mr. Dean is extremely humble and wants to give as much as he can back to the Jiu-Jitsu community as possible. His wealth of knowledge, humility, personality and content search for improvement flows from him with every question answered. We can not thank Mr. Roy Dean enough for giving us his time and the opportunity to pick his brain about various topics. We hope you gain as much out of this interview as we did. Enjoy and see you guys in the next one! BOTD: https://www.vitacoco.com/products/pressed/coconut-pineapple/ Let us know what you think the episode is out today. Support the podcast by clicking the subscribe button on your favorite Podcast platform and if you truly enjoy it, give us a 5-star review. If there are any specific topic requests, drop us a comment on social media. Thanks to Crown Rashguard for sponsoring this episode! https://crownrashguards.com/ Check out Our New Website! https://elbowstight.com/ Follow Our Social Media Pages! Instagram Podcast Page https://www.instagram.com/elbowstightpod/?hl=en Travis and Jon's https://www.instagram.com/travisetp/?hl=en https://www.instagram.com/jtcrash78_/?hl=en Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ElbowsTightPodcast

1hr 18mins

22 Feb 2021

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"Humility" - The Takeaway with Roy Dean

The ROL Radio - Jiu Jitsu Podcast

Do you leave your ego at the door? Do you put your pride aside? Do you learn from your defeats? After speaking with Professor Roy Dean, Thomas and Gary realized the one running theme throughout episode #17 was Humility. Is humility a great trait both on and off the mats?https://www.instagram.com/roydean_/https://www.roydean.tv/http://www.therolradio.comhttps://www.instagram.com/therolradio/ https://www.facebook.com/therolradio/

15mins

25 Sep 2020

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#17 Roy Dean

The ROL Radio - Jiu Jitsu Podcast

On this episode of RŌL Radio we have a true martial artist in every sense of the word, Roy Dean.Professor Dean’s journey has taken him across the globe and after decades of training he has earned his black belt in Judo, Aikido, Japanese Jiu Jitsu, and eventually Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Along this journey he has gained a wealth of knowledge and a unique perspective on the positive affects martial arts can have on the individual and society at large.We are fortunate enough to have Professor Dean share his knowledge and perspective with us on a variety of topics, while also touching on various parts of his incredible and continuing martial arts journey.Here is RŌL Radio with the insightful and thought provoking Professor Roy Dean. Episode #17 Highlights:2:35   Marking your BJJ Progress21:35 Should Martial Arts be taught in US schools?30:24 The impact of studying in Japan as a teen.36:03 “we are in history right now”42:46 Quiet Confidence56:06 Rapid Fire Fivehttps://www.instagram.com/roydean_/https://www.roydean.tv/http://www.therolradio.comhttps://www.instagram.com/therolradio/ https://www.facebook.com/therolradio/

1hr 3mins

23 Sep 2020

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InfernoCast 14 - Roy Dean, BJJ Black Belt discusses his start in Alaska to Japan and back to America

InfernoCast

Kaleb talks to Roy about growing up in Alaska, his first trip to Japan as a teenager to train Judo.  He discusses how his traditional training influenced his Brazilian Jiu Jitsu journey and his expression of art in his instructional videos.  Other topics include mindset of old school training, finding your own path of martial arts and 3 steps to the Mastery Mindset.

1hr 8mins

13 Apr 2020

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Episode 408: Roy Dean

The BJJ Fanatics Podcast

Roy Dean joins the show to talk about tactics, being a good training partner, mysticism in martial arts and connecting techniques. He also explains why he decided to step away from being an academy owner and focus on online teaching and seminars instead. Click “read more” for listening options and show notes! Android listening options […]

3 Apr 2020

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216 - Aikido vs BJJ with Roy Dean

The Strenuous Life Podcast with Stephan Kesting

Roy Dean is a martial arts pro. In this podcast, he explains the fundamental differences between the different martial arts, including Aikido and how he translates it over to other martial arts. He also talks about what kind of markers and skill differences he looks out for when bringing people up to the next belt and whether the belt should be used as motivation or if it disrupts the learning process. To check out his apps or instructional DVD's, go to his website at: roydeanacademy.com  

57mins

5 Jun 2019

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10 - Roy Dean - Sex at Dawn & Tribe

Out of Curiosity with kt mather

Roy Dean and I talk Brazilian jiu-jitsu, Andrew Yang & unemployed dudes, what’s awesome & offensive about the creation myths in the Bible, and that time I have Roy his high school letters back. Plus a deep dive into Sex at Dawn & Tribe.

1hr 43mins

1 Apr 2019

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EP 35 - Can YOU do it? | Roy Dean Academy founder Roy Dean

The BJJ Mental Coach Podcast with Gustavo Dantas

Roy Dean is a third degree black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, he also holds black belts in Judo, Aikido and Japanese Jiu-jitsu. He is the founder of Roy Dean Academy, which includes a network of academies around the world. Roy talked about being a life long learner and about the not so glamorous side of entrepreneurship and its struggles. He also mentioned that when he decided to escape from the 9 to 5 rat race and he said to himself: “If others can do it, I can do it.”, which inspired me to ask you: If others can do it, Can YOU do it? Make sure to listen to my final thoughts at the end of the interview ([45:58]) where I expand on the title of the podcast “Can YOU do it?” Subscribe to www.thebjjmentalcoachpodcast.com and receive for FREE the e-book version of my book “Launching your BJJ Competition Journey after 30” 10 Steps to maximize your tournament experience. It’s also available on amazon.com for $14.95 and you can get for free when you subscribe to our website. Subscribe, rate and review the podcast! I would love to hear your feedback about the show, you can reach me at info@thebjjmentalcoach.com Enjoy the podcast! OSS! Gustavo Dantas Listen @ The BJJ Mental Coach – https://tinyurl.com/y94zzouq Itunes – https://tinyurl.com/y7glj8vr Google Play – https://tinyurl.com/yd5nhmkt Stitcher – https://tinyurl.com/y8laa6cu Resources www.roydean.tv

53mins

20 Jan 2019

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