Rafael Lovato Jr. Dominates The Finals Of The Super Heavy Master 1 Black Belt
It has been an awesome World Masters this year so far! Rafael Lovato Jr. just scored a mean submission victory over Elliot Kelly in the Super Heavy Master 1 Finals. This comes on the heels of Kelly defeating Rafael Lovato Jr. teammate, Xande Ribeiro. Check out the full match in the player below!
Check Out The Incredible Grip Strength Of Demian Maia
During Fight Night Rio in 2015 UFC Fighter and Jiu-Jitsu phenom Demian Maia showed how strong his grip strength is. Blood was pouring out of the nose of Rick Story due to an intense rear naked gable grip choke. Check out the brutal gif below!
10 BJJ Solo Drills W/ Heavy Bag (Top Pressure And Movement)
In this video I show 10 BJJ solo drills you can do with an old heavy bag you might have.
I shared in a recent video that I think grappling dummies are a waste of time. Not because they’re not a good tool. But because most people lack the discipline and drive to do use them much at home.
After I made the video a bunch of you sent me messages saying that you have grappling dummies or do solo drills a great deal from your home. Either because it’s supplemental training or because there isn’t a Brazilian Jiu-jitsu school close by.
So to help out with your BJJ training I did another set of BJJ solo drills you can do. Many of these are similar to the various drills I’ve done before. But the purpose isn’t just the drills themselves but getting you to think about how you can use a old heavy bag you might have.
When you do the drills, if you’re looking for a good workout. Do each drill for 30-45 seconds a piece. Then transition to the next drill with no rest. Do this for a full pass through and repeat for 2-3 rounds.
In our gym we use old heavy bags that have broken for MMA fighters to beat on and punch like ground and pound. But you can also use them for your Brazilian Jiu jitsu training in the form of solo drills.
So if you’re looking for solo drills you can do from home. Check out the video and I hope it helps!
Get Your Takedown Game On Point! 30 No Gi Takedowns!
Kyle Cerminara of Long Island MMA shows us 30 of his favorite takedowns.
1. Under hook Snap Down 2. Under Hook High C 3. Under Hook Knee Pick 4. Under Hook Knee Pick to Double Leg 5. Under Hook Wrist Duck Under 6. Under Hook Throw By to Single Leg 7. Under Hook Head inside High Single 8. Collar Tie To Post Double Leg 9. Snap Fake Touch Double Leg 10. Sling Shot Double Leg 11. Inside Trip 50/50 12. Arm Drag 50/50 13. Arm Spin 50/50 14. Fake High Crotch Single Leg 15. Fake Single High C 16. Elbow Raise High C 17. Misdirection Low Single 18. Wrist Pull Low Single 19. Same Side Collar Tie Ankle Pick 20. Opposite Side Ankle Pick 21. Misdirection Duck Under 22. Fake High C to Front Head lock 23. Front head To Cross Knee Pick 24. Head Pinch Head lock 25. Arm Drag to Fire man 26. Front head lock to Fire Man 27. Body Lock Shuck By 28. 50/50 Foot Sweep 29. Body Lock Twist 30. Double Over hook Throw