How To Be Old And Badass: Jiu-Jitsu Secret Formula

 

Getting old doesn’t mean it will make you bad at jiu-jitsu! Learn the secret formula to being an “old” badass by checking out the video below!

 

 

 

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Can BJJ Help An Out-Of-Control Child?

 

In this episode of “Ask A Black Belt”, Professor Mikal answers the question:

“My kid is a little out of control, can BJJ help?

You’ll learn:
– Life tools kids can learn from BJJ
– How BJJ training helps children overcome obstacles on and off the mat
– How BJJ can give your child a headstart in personal development
– And More!

We love to answer your questions and hearing your feedback. Be sure to leave a comment!

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Staying Young Over 60 With Jiu-Jitsu

 

In this video multiple time BJJ world champion Bernardo Faria sits down with Betty “Roll Forever” to discuss Jiu-Jitsu and longevity.

 

 

 

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A Free Workout Routine Developed By BJJ Black Belts And Judo Olympians

 

 

Everyday people ask me for a workout routine to supplement their Jiu-Jitsu.

Usually I would point them to different resources for strength and conditioning, another for body weight workouts, yet another for kettlebells, and so forth.

I no longer have to do this because the professionals at FUJI Sports and FUJI Fit have combined their wisdom and experience to design the ultimate workout program for those who practice our craft.

Take a look at the team behind FUJI Fit:

 

 

The program was developed by these pros and is completely free to the public.

FUJI Fit sells all of the equipment that is used in the workouts should you want to purchase.

All of the equipment and gear is top of the line as evidenced yesterday by Joe Rogan.

 

 

The site is laid out for fundamentals, routines and pro circuits. There are accompanying videos for all exercises and movements. These aren’t low quality videos either. They are 100% pro shot and HD quality.

 

 

So if you have been looking for an awesome way to exercise to supplement your BJJ and Judo, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain by checking out Fujifit.com!

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Check out some sample videos below:

 

 

 

There are TONS of videos on the site. You have to visit Fujifit.com to see them as they are unlisted for search on YouTube. Check them out they are all very good!

 

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How To Find The Right BJJ Gym [Female Perspective]

 

I’ve recently found a new jiu jitsu home, and it was NOT an easy decision. I spent a lot of time searching and visiting and assessing. The thing is I knew exactly what I wanted. I’ve gathered and categorized exactly what it was that I was considering and made this video to help anyone else who may be searching for their own jiu jitsu home.

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The Truth About Trying To Break Through In The Fight Game

 

via dinthomas on Instagram

Fighters get into this game inspired by other fighters. You will watch those fighters and think, “That’s what I want to do. I can do that.” For me it was Royce Gracie, Pele, and Mach Sakurai. For fighters today, its Conor Mcgregor, GSP, and TJ Dillashaw. But unlike most professions there’s no established blueprint on how to do this. There’s alot you don’t know and even more that nobody will tell you in your pursuit.

They wont tell you that fight promoters aren’t your friends. They are just trying to make money and will only hire fighters that make them money regardless of how good you or any fighter is.

They wont tell you that you will be charmed by potential managers who will sell you on a dream. They wont do shit for you but will hold you to a contract regardless. You’ll end up getting your own deals and your manager will still want his 20%. They wont tell you that your first coach is the only one that really cared about you. But you’ll break his heart because you’ll leave him thinking the answers are somewhere else. And he will treat other aspiring fighters like burnt bacon based on that experience.

Or your first coach doesn’t know shit and you’ll end up staying with him out of fear of breaking his heart. Either way, you’ll stifle your own progress.

They wont tell you that your training partners will hate on you out of jealousy of your career or the attention you get from the coach. Or you might be the one hating.

They wont tell you that you’ll get injured and YOU have to pay for it with money that you don’t have because all you do is train.

They wont tell you that sponsor aren’t just giving away “free money”. Businesses don’t give a damn about your fight career, they want their product in people’s faces that will buy it.

There’s alot they wont tell you. And every time you learn it on your own, it will suck a little more blood and passion out of you… until its all gone. And then you’ll retire. But then you’ll look at another Conor fight and be inspired. You’ll make your comeback and fall short of your expectations because while you were retired, the game passed you up. And you’ll try again.

Take heed, shorty!

 

Fighters get into this game inspired by other fighters. You will watch those fighters and think, "That's what I want to do. I can do that." For me it was Royce Gracie, Pele, and Mach Sakurai. For fighters today, its Conor Mcgregor, GSP, and TJ Dillashaw. But unlike most professions there's no established blueprint on how to do this. There's alot you don't know and even more that nobody will tell you in your pursuit. They wont tell you that fight promoters aren't your friends. They are just trying to make money and will only hire fighters that make them money regardless of how good you or any fighter is. They wont tell you that you will be charmed by potential managers who will sell you on a dream. They wont do shit for you but will hold you to a contract regardless. You'll end up getting your own deals and your manager will still want his 20%. They wont tell you that your first coach is the only one that really cared about you. But you'll break his heart because you'll leave him thinking the answers are somewhere else. And he will treat other aspiring fighters like burnt bacon based on that experience. Or your first coach doesn't know shit and you'll end up staying with him out of fear of breaking his heart. Either way, you'll stifle your own progress. They wont tell you that your training partners will hate on you out of jealousy of your career or the attention you get from the coach. Or you might be the one hating. They wont tell you that you'll get injured and YOU have to pay for it with money that you don't have because all you do is train. They wont tell you that sponsor aren't just giving away "free money". Businesses don't give a damn about your fight career, they want their product in people's faces that will buy it. There's alot they wont tell you. And every time you learn it on your own, it will suck a little more blood and passion out of you… until its all gone. And then you'll retire. But then you'll look at another Conor fight and be inspired. You'll make your comeback and fall short of your expectations because while you were retired, the game passed you up. And you'll try again. Take heed, shorty!

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Kron Gracie: ‘The Berimbolo is Sh*t. It’s Just For Scoring Points’

 

The berimbolo is a staple of sport’s Jiu-Jitsu nowadays. However, the popular sweep is frowned upon by many practitioners of Jiu-Jitsu, mostly from the self defense based practitioners, arguing that the move is not realistic and not applicable in a real fight.

Kron Gracie , one of the greatest exponents of the traditional Gracie Jiu-Jitsu style was the latest to criticize the berimbolo, in an interview with Tatame magazine.

“The berimbolo is a mess, it’s shit, a way to cheat in order to score points. The athlete stands in a very bad position, and if was MMA, he would take a big punch to the face and it would mess him up. It is a position that, like 50-50, maybe one time or another you should train it, find that it is also part of Jiu-Jitsu … When spending more time on it, you see that it does not work, people will see that they lost much time training the wrong way. There are people winning titles with it, but it is not pretty Jiu-Jitsu, that you want to teach your child. I am against it, however, I am not God to say what people should or should not do. I’m happy with my way of fighting. If people want to do like me, great. If they want to do berimbolo, do the berimbolo ”

Kron, son of Rickson Gracie, is known for his attacking and submission based game. At the lower belt divisions , he had an incredible streak of a 51 straight submission wins at the major Jiu-Jitsu tournaments.

As a black belt, he has had 22 wins out of which 17 were by submission!

As you can see in the video below, unlike other BJJ players, Kron doesn’t use any lapel, spider, DLR, berimbolo etc.. No one has more subs while losing on points than Kron Gracie, not to mention he doesn’t play any definable guard. His guard is incredibly basic. He actually refuses to play 50/50 De La Riva, etc. even when competitors put him in these positions.

 

 

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Quick Yoga Core Workout For BJJ

 

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It’s Core Month!

All month long we are going to be putting out content to help you build a stronger core. This important network of muscles binds your body together and keeps you safe and strong while you roll

Keep your eyes open for new content about how to strengthen your core and stay healthy!

 

 

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How To Teach A Beginner, Intermediate And Advanced Student In BJJ

 

In this video World Champion Bernardo Faria and BJJ guru Stephan Kesting break down they way techniques should be taught to a beginner as opposed to the way the same technique would be taught to a more advanced student of BJJ.

 

 

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