Hard work pays off, as shown by Joe Rogan. Eight years from brown to black is longer then average, but when you travel the world for the UFC and for comedy, while running a top podcast, there’s not a lot of time in your schedule.
“Seriously, this is one of the most proudest moments of my life. Out of all the shit I’ve ever done. Becoming really good at jiu jitsu is one of the most difficult things a person can do. I think it helps me in everything I do. The more I train, the more I meet people that are in jiu jitsu (Eddie and I talk about this shit all the time) people that are in jiu jitsu are healthier people. Their ego is healthy. They’re easier to talk to. They’re easier to hang out with because they’re facing reality on a regular basis. “
Always a wordsmith in his public speeches, an emotional Joe Rogan continues to advocate the importance of health through martial arts. We agree strongly with Rogan, if you are not involved in any exerting exercise, you are missing out in a level mental health that just can’t be matched by anything else. Make sure to catch the Joe Rogan Experience Podcast for more great Rogan rants. Congrats to our favorite loud Italian.