Warrior Way patriarch and 3rd degree Caique Black Belt, Harvy Berman, sat down to give us a history lesson on his start in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and the origins of Warrior Way. Harvy Berman’s experience spans over two decades and he is a major reason for the sport’s growth in Michigan. Professor Harvy runs one of Caique Jiu-Jitsu’s biggest associations in the country. Here he gives a brief look at the early years of Warrior Way. ... See MoreSee Less
I still give Warrior Way huge credit for my interest in BJJ, about twenty years ago! Great job on all your sucess Harvy and the rest of the crew!
So proud to be part of this journey with all of you. Six months in and I couldn't be happier.
Way to go..harvy!!! ❤️
Beautifully spoken, Harvy. What an inspiring journey.
Great interview. Once you get involved you understand. You know how it went for my family !! Love you
Cool history. Harvey is the man
Great interview. I’m very happy to be a member of an organization run by leader such as Harvey. It took a leap of faith to break from the old-school traditions here in Michigan; and into, a world unfamiliar to most Michiganders. I absolutely love the practice of Jujitsu and it’s underlying principles of: calmness in the mists of danger (and it’s real life application on the mat or in the board room), technique over strength ”my enemy” and humbelness). Thanks for the post and the inspirational undertone.
Austin recorded a 22-2 record during the month of January. His overall record is 35-3. He won the West Bloomfield Invitational and the Tyler Richards Invitational. He is currently the # 8 ranked wrestler in the state at 103 lbs. All of this in only his second season as a wrestler.
As we head towards the home stretch of the Winter Sports Season, it is a perfect time to vote for our January "Laker Athlete of the Month". Please vote from the following nominees who have lead their ...
I’ll be putting together a series of video interviews that highlight Warrior Way’s instructors. The goal of this project is twofold. First, we want to give you a look at our history as a school and talk about our roots in the martial arts we teach. Our second goal is to give you a closer look at the people responsible for making Warrior Way the area’s number one training facility.
First up is Warrior Way’s founder and head instructor, Harvy Berman.
If there any questions or topics you want covered, leave them in the comments section below!
Modern Flow VIII: Congratulations to everyone who competed! Shout out to Professor Big Don Richard for stepping up in the black belt absolute division! Please post pics and videos if you have them. Results will be posted by the end of the week. ... See MoreSee Less