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This Tuesday, Mastery class gave us a unique opportunity to work on applying leg locks to otherwise “normal” positions. While the world of leg locks is usually seen as different or a “high-flying” style to control and submit an opponent, … Continue reading
Never Never Never Accept a Bad Position Sometimes, when your opponent is very close to passing your guard, the temptation to give up and let him have his position is strong. “He’s almost got it, anyway,” says the voice of … Continue reading
Following a Failed Submission with A Successful One This post continues a theme from the previous two: finishing a submission after giving up another one. In the last couple, we showed you how to get an arm triangle choke, a … Continue reading
The Bookends Around a Leglock We’ve spent some time, lately, looking at the Achilles leglock. We worked on how to execute it, how to counter it, and even how to turn it into its switch-grip cousin. But, in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, … Continue reading
Revisiting the Single Leg The single leg takedown is an essential. If you can’t get a fight to the ground, your Brazilian Jiu Jitsu game is irrelevant. If your takedown attempts are sloppy, you’re likely to lose before you even … Continue reading
The Tricks to Picking a BJJ School All Brazilian Jiu Jitsu gyms are not equal. In our last post,we talked about a couple of the factors that ought to influence your choice of training center: the style of BJJ you’re after … Continue reading
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, its Forms, and its Functions If you’ve decided that Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is the martial art for you – and, whether you’re a child, a senior citizen, a total amateur, or a consummate pro, there’s good reason to … Continue reading
Learning Defense and Escapes Early On If you’re just starting Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and you’re working principally on submissions, that’s fine. However, you’re likely to find yourself feeling like a soccer team with a couple of star offensive players and … Continue reading
The Dominance is in the Details This isn’t the first time we’ve covered the Darce choke (a.k.a. the Brabo; see below) on this blog. Today, we’re revisiting the choke with a different purpose in mind. We’ll focus on the details of … Continue reading