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GiReviews Podcast 002 – An Interview with the Real Scrambleman – Scramble’s Matt Benyon

gireviews-podcast-episode-2In this session of the GiReviews podcast, we get into the story of Matt Benyon, one of the owners of Scramble.  Scramble is known for its quirky, bold, and clean designs and after you listen to the interview, I am sure you’ll see where they come from.  Thanks again to Matt for being on the show!

In this session, Matt and I chat about:

His experience living and training in Japan for 4 years

What exactly “Martial Farts” is

Where Scramble came from

Why I’m not man enough to go “full spats

Why Matt loves working with other brands

Why grappling spats are so addictive

How he stays focused and productive

His advice for people looking to live a fun and productive life

Plus a lot more…

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Items mentioned in this podcast include:

matt-benyon-scrambleGiReviews woven gi patches

Martial Farts

Matt’s Grappling Dummy videos

Remembering Grace – an amazing Sakuraba video

Darren Uyenoyama’s videos about living and training in Japan

Scramble’s Fashionable Pantaloons for Fighting Men poster

Condescending Corporate Brand Page

Wunderlist

Scramble‘s Facebook page and Twitter account

 

Please take note: The way that I recorded this first podcast will be improved upon in future episodes.  Future podcast episodes will be much, MUCH better and we’ll definitely have Matt on again!  Thanks for your patience!

Have a thought or question?  Leave it for me in the comments below!

 

3 comments… add one

  • JT

    Another great episode, Brendan!

    I just got my Scramble spats in (from the BJJHQ deal) and will go “fully spatted” tonight. The only problem is convincing myself that I’m NOT the Tōbikan Jūdan, just because I’m wearing them!

    I think Scramble should be required to have warning labels on their spats… Just sayin’…

    -JT

    • +10 to flying submissions!

      you hear that matt? next spats need a warning label!

  • Great stuff Brendan, thank you for adding even more to the BJJ community!

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