This video is both cringeworthy and instructional. If you are a newer BJJ player you may not know that competitions have rules. Most of them are in place to prevent injuries. Please take heed this film and do not do these things to others in the gym or while competing.
Time for some Jiu Jitsu! First of my grappling series, I just had to add some very special people! My wife Marissa Gianino (MarissaFarinaTV) and the lovely Arielle Scarcella! I go over the basic positions of Full Mount, Full Guard, and Back Control. If you want to see more grappling themed videos, leave them in the comments below!! I was also featured on both Marissa and Arielle’s youtube channel, so go check them up!
Russell Peters is an actor and standup comedian, who performs to large audiences all over the world. His latest stand-up comedy special “Almost Famous” is now on Netflix.
Russell discussed doing BJJ on the Joe Rogan podcast and now, a little over a year later, he has earned his blue belt.
Russell was promoted by BJJ legend Jean Jacques Machado.
I’m so happy and honored to have received my blue belt from JiuJitsu Master @jeanjacquesmachado
A year and a half ago I got back into #BrazilianJiuJitsu and have worked as hard as could and well as they say “Hard work pays off” I still have a long road ahead of me in the #BJJ world but I’m up for the task and looking forward to the next phase!
Mexican Krav Maga focuses on learning how to defend against Krav Maga before using it as an offense.
Krav Maga teaches you how to attack the groin. In order to attack the groin correctly, you must first learn what having your groin attacked feels like and how to defend against it. The three main “Krav Magaga” (Krav Maga Groin Attacks) are the punch, the kick, and the knee.
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MMA (Mexican Martial Arts) is the most practical martial arts system out there. It takes the foundation of what many other grand masters have created over centuries, and makes it more applicable on the streets today. A short list of martial arts systems to be improved upon during this series include: Judo, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ), Boxing, Taekwondo, American Kenpo, Muay Thai, Capoeira, Wrestling, Shotokan, Krav Maga, Aikido, Wing Chun, Kajukenbo, Hapkido, Jeet Kune Do, Sambo, Goju-ryu, Ninjutsu, Kyokushin, Silat, Sumo, Kickboxing, Kung Fu, and Jiu-jitsu.
Jesse has studied every one of these martial arts in order to make sure that his MMA system covers all bases. From revealing the flaws and shortcomings of these styles, to perfecting and better explaining the few things that they actually did right. With the help of his cousin Flaco, Jesse brings you free Mexican Martial Arts lessons to help protect yourself and your loved ones.
Also covered throughout this series are tips on boosting metabolism, displays of power and savageness, phony martial artists exposed, real world fight breakdowns, UFC event recaps, merchandise promos, MMA behind the scenes, and more.
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