Category Archives: Jiu-Jitsu

Undefeated by Choice: Miyo Strong, Jiu-Jitsu Pro

Matt Oyler host of the Undefeated by Choice Podcast interviews Team Be Non Human athlete Miyo Strong (Utah) in Episode 6. This episode is jam packed with tips, personal stories and amazing insights into the world and thoughts of a professional Jiu-Jitsu fighter. Continue reading Undefeated by Choice: Miyo Strong, Jiu-Jitsu Pro

Miyo Strong talks about Self-Defense and Jiu-Jitsu

Team Be Non Human athlete Miyo Strong trains out of Unified Jiu-Jitsu in South Jordan, Utah, USA. She encourages young girls and women to learn basic martial arts skills and self defense techniques while being a competitor, mom, wife and all-around amazing human being in her free time. Miyo was interviewed by Fight Queens.

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Miyo Strong Silver Medal at IBFJJ World Championships Las Vegas

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Team Be Non Human athlete Miyo Strong (Utah) battled through a tough division to capture her silver medal at the International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation Master’s World Champions in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Jiu-Jitsu World League Tournament

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Miyo Strong (Utah) with teammates from Absolute MMA gets one last training session before heading to San Diego for the Jiu-Jitsu World League tournament. Tournament info:

Women’s Jiu-Jitsu

Miyo StrongMiyo Strong of Utah joined Team Be Non Human for the spring competition season! Strong with her coaches from Absolute MMA, will compete in big tournaments against a competitive field at the BJJ World Championships, Pan-Am Games and Jiu-Jitsu World League.

CBC Future 40

Shana Pasapa, Jiu-Jitsu/MMA

Shana Pasapa of the First Nation aboriginal from the White Bear First Nation in Regina, Saskatchewan Canada being interviewed by CBC News. Pasapa was a 2015 recipient of the CBC Future 40 in the sports category. Shana is a Jiu-Jitsu/Mixed Martial Arts fighter who has her sights on a career in UFC.

An Athlete You Need to Know – Meet Miyo Strong

Article published November 5, 2015 by Chelsea Kilpack on her website: SLC Feminist. Permission granted to republish on BENH.TV .  Author Chelsea Kilpack


Sometimes you meet a person who you are so blown away by that they make you nervous. The nerves aren’t any fault of the person’s, it’s just that their existence and accomplishments leave you in awe, which makes you a bit anxious. It’s a good feeling though-a physiological sign that you’ve found someone to hold onto. These people make you want to do better. To be better.  Continue reading An Athlete You Need to Know – Meet Miyo Strong