Fresh Out Of Rehab Kurt Osiander’s Move Of The Week Is Back!

 

 



 

A lot of people have been wondering what happened to Kurt Osiander and his infamous “move of the week” videos. Good ol Kurt had to take some time away to get his alcohol use in check.

But now the madman is back and he shows a half guard pass! Enjoy!

 

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Conor McGregor is SCARED of Cowboy Cerrone’s BJJ

 

 



 

Conor McGregor is scared of going to the ground with Donald Cowboy Cerrone at UFC 246.

 

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MUST KNOW Gi Chokes From Knee On Belly

 

 



 

In this video I go over a bunch of chokes from the knee on belly, cross chokes, ezekiel, baseball bat.

Knee on belly is a very advantageous position and can be beneficial when you lack strength.

These are chokes that in my opinion are fundamental from the position.

I am a Marcelo Garcia Brown Belt, Bernardo Faria Academy Instructor and avid Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competitor. Thanks for visiting my channel! Don’t forget to LIKE & SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE! OSS!

 

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I Did 52 BJJ Sessions In A Month On A Plant Based Diet | (See What Happened)

 

 



 

Learning BJJ once a week is fine – that’s 52 sessions in year.

I tried to fit a years worth of training in a month.

(Before you ask – yes on a Vegan diet!)

 

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The 10 Most Important BJJ White Belt Techniques

 

 



 

In my opinion, these are the most important techniques for a White Belt in BJJ to know.

Every instructor has their priorities but for me, beginners in BJJ should focus the majority of their training on dealing with real world attacks and not on defeating other BJJ player’s attacks.

 

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When Tony Ferguson Got 10th Planet Black Belt [Flashback]

 

 



 

After becoming UFC Champion, Tony Ferguson receives his Black Belt from his Sensei Eddie Bravo. Eddie himself got his Black Belt after he returned from his bout where he submitted Royler Gracie in 2003. He got the original belt of Jean Jaques Machado, and he gave that belt to Tony Ferguson after becoming UFC champion.

Amazing!

 

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Need A New High Quality Rashguard Or MMA Shorts? Check Out Sundae Knights!

 

 



 

Are you in the need for some high quality no gi gear at a great price? We suggest checking out www.sundaeknights.com.

They offer a wide variety of modern designs for men, women and children but what really stands out is the quality of the garments. There was some thought that went into making this gear.

Also the shorts have a very secure system of staying “Buttoned” without the use of any zippers or buttons (which are not ideal for MMA or No Gi BJJ). Instead there is very sturdy velcro and a string to tie the shorts tight.

Immediately I noticed that the rashguards had extra length and durable extra stitching at the bottom to prevent rashguard from riding up over your belly. (For some people this is not an attractive look at all!)

The next feature would be the way the MMA shorts are designed. Obviously the are no outside pockets for toes or fingers to get caught on. The shorts are also designed to allow full, comfortable range of motion with your legs. You can do a split in these shorts with ease.

The only real issue is that you will want to be careful to keep the string away from the velcro as the velcro is so strong that it can begin to fray the string.

This great gear could be sold for twice of what it’s worth. In general you are looking to spend about $40 per piece of gear. Be sure to use code WBBJJ at checkout to get an even better deal! We got your back!

Lastly they have a really cool limited edition gi that you can purchase as well. Be sure to check it out before you end your shopping visit to www.sundaeknights.com!

 

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The BJJ GOONS Podcast Episode #44 Featuring Erin Herle!

 

 



 

Special guest Erin Herle is back in studio to tell us about her seminar tour, her MMA debut, and much more!

 

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Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt Catches Teen Breaking Into Car | Teaches Him “A Lesson”

 

 



 

A jiu-jitsu black belt who co-owns a Lincoln Square martial arts school nabbed a teen breaking into his car last month, but instead of pummeling him, Idriz Redzovic turned it into a teachable moment.

The burly Redzovic posted a video this week that included surveillance video of the break-in and a reenactment of the martial arts moves he used to grab the far smaller 18 year old.

In the YouTube video, Redzovic said he could have hurt the teen, but acknowledged he was no longer a threat. Instead, Redzovic used his training to de-escalate the situation.

LINCOLN SQUARE — A jiu-jitsu black belt who co-owns a Lincoln Square martial arts school nabbed a teen breaking into his car last month, but instead of pummeling him, Idriz Redzovic turned it into a teachable moment.

The burly Redzovic posted a video this week that included surveillance video of the break-in and a reenactment of the martial arts moves he used to grab the far smaller 18 year old.

In the YouTube video, Redzovic said he could have hurt the teen, but acknowledged he was no longer a threat. Instead, Redzovic used his training to de-escalate the situation.

According to the video, Redzovic then called police and texted the teen’s father.

After the police arrived, Redzovic didn’t press charges, hoping to turn the bad situation into a positive by teaching the teen a lesson that goes beyond the obvious: Don’t break into a black belt’s SUV right outside his martial arts school.

Redzovic told police the teen made a dumb mistake and he didn’t want to make things worse for him.

“I’m not perfect myself. I did a lot of stupid things when I was younger. But people gave me chances,” Redzovic said. “My hope was that giving this kid a chance would make him realize he might not get lucky with someone who isn’t me next time. It’s almost like God sent him in my direction. It’s weird, but it is what it is.”

He also tried to talk to teen’s father when he arrived to pick him up but couldn’t due to a language barrier.

“There’s always a positive that could come out of stuff like this. Hopefully something positive comes out of this,” Redzovic said. “Maybe the kid who broke into my car has a wake up call and stops breaking into people’s cars. Or someone else who has been breaking into cars or was thinking about it, this video prevents another kid from doing something like this.”

Redzovic, a father of four, said he’s glad no one was hurt in the incident.

Redzovic has been studying martial arts for 20 years. He’s a second-degree black belt and co-owner of Redzovic Jiu-Jitsu, which has three locations in the city.

He and a group of students were finishing classes at the Lincoln Square location at 4900 N. Lincoln Ave. at about 2:20 p.m. Dec. 28 and planned to go eat at nearby Luella’s Southern Kitchen.

Redzovic couldn’t find his phone and decided to pop outside to check if he left it in his car. That’s when he saw someone he didn’t know lean against a friend’s parked car while using their phone.

“I just kept an eye on him while I walked to my car, which was like half a block away from the school,” Redzovic said.

Redzovic found his phone in his car and headed back to the school. He then saw the same teenager repeatedly pulling on the door handle of his friend’s car.

“The kid kept trying but that car door was locked. I ran back to the school and he ran across the street. Back inside the school I told my friend what happened,” he said. “He was angry and wanted to go outside and escalate things with the kid. I told him to calm down, man.”

While Redzovic and the students discussed what happened, the teenager ended up going towards Redzovic’s unlocked SUV.

Security footage of the teenager Idriz Redzovic says started rummaging in the backseat of his unlocked car.

“I saw him check my car door handles. Since I left them open when I ran back into the school he just walks right into my car,” Redzovic said. “I was like, ‘What the hell is this?’”

Redzovic ran over with a friend to confront the teenager rummaging through his car’s backseat. When he opened the door and grabbed at him, the teen was shocked, he said.

Idriz Redzovic wearing the gray outfit on the left and a friend run to confront the teenager.

“The kid freaked out when I pulled him out of the car and pinned him. He was a smaller kid and because of my training I didn’t have to do anything other than hold him down,” Redzovic said. “I didn’t want to hurt him. I just kept him there until the cops arrived.”

The teen told Redzovic that he had asthma and couldn’t breathe. After Redzovic checked him for weapons, he let the teenager sit down on the ground while he called the cops and then texted the teen’s father.

Asked if he was afraid of confronting a stranger who broke into his car, Redzovic said he was on autopilot and calm.

“The adrenaline high combined with my experience working security at nightclubs back in the day, I think my head just blocked off any fear I had of going to confront him,” he said. “A lot of things could have happened differently. And because of my martial arts training I didn’t need to do any damage. I just kept him there. “

A Chicago Police spokesperson confirmed officers responded to a call of a criminal trespass to a vehicle in the 2400 block of West Ainslie Street at about 2:25 p.m. Dec. 28.

“The victim detained the offender until officers arrived. The victim did not press charges,” said Sally Bown, a police spokesperson.

After the incident, Redzovic said he went on with his day.

“It was a happy ending because I also got to go eat lunch at Luella’s afterwards,” Redzovic said.

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Who is DEMIAN MAIA and Why is He So Important To MMA?

 

 



 

Demian Maia is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt and a professional mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter, having been at the top of the game in both sports with titles such as World Cup Champion (BJJ – 2002 & 2003), ADCC Champion (submission wrestling – 2007) and two failed title attempts in the UFC’s middleweight (April 2010) and welterweight (July 2017) divisions. Demian is also known for having one of UFC’s longest successful submission win streaks. In the context of jiu jitsu history, Maia was at the heart of the early 2000’s Alliance Academy‘s turmoil, a case that ended in the team splitting, giving birth to the Brasa, TT and Master academies.

Demian Maia was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil on the 6th of November 1977. His fist contact with the Martial Arts world was through Judo at the tender age of 4, a sport that he practiced for 2 years. After an inactivity period, he started taking Karate and Kung-Fu classes by his own initiative. He was 12 and he trained in both these sports until he was 19, when he picked up BJJ. The decision to drop the more traditional martial arts (Karate and Kung Fu), came after he watched an MMA event in the town of Ibrabuera, Brazil, were all 3 of the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu representatives easily won their respective fights without much effort.

He picked up BJJ at the same time he entered University to study Journalism, and his first Jiu Jitsu academy was Fabio Araujo’s place (who was a Brown Belt at the time under Carlson Gracie). Demian decided to move away from this gym after making the decision to dedicate his time to BJJ and possibly becoming a professional athlete (even though he continued his studies in Journalism).

He seeked Fabio Gurgel and his Alliance team academy in Sao Paulo’s Centre, with whom he stayed until graduating as Black Belt in a staggering 4 years and 7 months. Although this is an amazingly short period to reach black belt, Demian Maia was training BJJ 2 to 3 times per day and competing in all the main Tournaments (and winning), earning the World Title in the lower belts (purple and Brown) two years on a row. Before earning his Black belt, Demian Maia had his first MMA experience at the “Tormenta Del Ring” tournament in Venezuela (2001).

Demian was also at the center of a revolution that almost caused Alliance team’s demise when in 2002 him and a few others decided to fight in CBJJO’s (Confederacao de Jiu Jitsu Olimpico) World Cup, just a few days prior to the World Championships (CBJJ) against Fabio Gurgel and Jacare Romero’s instructions. The reason these fighters fought in the Cup was because CBJJO offered a prize money, which the World Championships didn’t and Demian along with the others (Rodrigo Comprido, Leo Vieira, Terere and “Rico” Vieira) believed a fighter should get paid for his hard work.
After the refusal to take Gurgel’s orders, the fighters were penalized and denied entrance the World Championships under the Alliance Banner as well as refused entrance in their gym for undetermined time. Being given these orders the fighters led by Leozinho Vieira decided to go ahead with their own team, and so “Brasa” was formed. Demian continued to fight for Brasa until he decided to pick MMA as his main activity, sport in which he has been very successful. Going through a series of minor shows throughout Brazil and even Finland, he joined the biggest MMA organization of all, the UFC were he had a fantastic run, winning several “Submission of the Night” bonus prizes. You can see him now in a UFC event near you.

If you are a fan of the Joe Rogan podcast you will know that Joe Rogan views Demian Maia as one of, if not THE best grappler in the UFC. Check out his match against Chael Sonnen to see how he did against another top American wrestler in MMA.Demian Maia is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt and a professional mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter, having been at the top of the game in both sports with titles such as World Cup Champion (BJJ – 2002 & 2003), ADCC Champion (submission wrestling – 2007) and two failed title attempts in the UFC’s middleweight (April 2010) and welterweight (July 2017) divisions. Demian is also known for having one of UFC’s longest successful submission win streaks. In the context of jiu jitsu history, Maia was at the heart of the early 2000’s Alliance Academy‘s turmoil, a case that ended in the team splitting, giving birth to the Brasa, TT and Master academies.

Demian Maia was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil on the 6th of November 1977. His fist contact with the Martial Arts world was through Judo at the tender age of 4, a sport that he practiced for 2 years. After an inactivity period, he started taking Karate and Kung-Fu classes by his own initiative. He was 12 and he trained in both these sports until he was 19, when he picked up BJJ. The decision to drop the more traditional martial arts (Karate and Kung Fu), came after he watched an MMA event in the town of Ibrabuera, Brazil, were all 3 of the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu representatives easily won their respective fights without much effort.

He picked up BJJ at the same time he entered University to study Journalism, and his first Jiu Jitsu academy was Fabio Araujo’s place (who was a Brown Belt at the time under Carlson Gracie). Demian decided to move away from this gym after making the decision to dedicate his time to BJJ and possibly becoming a professional athlete (even though he continued his studies in Journalism).

He seeked Fabio Gurgel and his Alliance team academy in Sao Paulo’s Centre, with whom he stayed until graduating as Black Belt in a staggering 4 years and 7 months. Although this is an amazingly short period to reach black belt, Demian Maia was training BJJ 2 to 3 times per day and competing in all the main Tournaments (and winning), earning the World Title in the lower belts (purple and Brown) two years on a row. Before earning his Black belt, Demian Maia had his first MMA experience at the “Tormenta Del Ring” tournament in Venezuela (2001).

Demian was also at the center of a revolution that almost caused Alliance team’s demise when in 2002 him and a few others decided to fight in CBJJO’s (Confederacao de Jiu Jitsu Olimpico) World Cup, just a few days prior to the World Championships (CBJJ) against Fabio Gurgel and Jacare Romero’s instructions. The reason these fighters fought in the Cup was because CBJJO offered a prize money, which the World Championships didn’t and Demian along with the others (Rodrigo Comprido, Leo Vieira, Terere and “Rico” Vieira) believed a fighter should get paid for his hard work.
After the refusal to take Gurgel’s orders, the fighters were penalized and denied entrance the World Championships under the Alliance Banner as well as refused entrance in their gym for undetermined time. Being given these orders the fighters led by Leozinho Vieira decided to go ahead with their own team, and so “Brasa” was formed. Demian continued to fight for Brasa until he decided to pick MMA as his main activity, sport in which he has been very successful. Going through a series of minor shows throughout Brazil and even Finland, he joined the biggest MMA organization of all, the UFC were he had a fantastic run, winning several “Submission of the Night” bonus prizes. You can see him now in a UFC event near you.

If you are a fan of the Joe Rogan podcast you will know that Joe Rogan views Demian Maia as one of, if not THE best grappler in the UFC. Check out his match against Chael Sonnen to see how he did against another top American wrestler in MMA.

 

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