Top 5 Most Painful Submission In Jiu-Jitsu

 

These are in my opinion the top five most painful submissions with a Honorable mention of calf and bicep slicers…ouch

If you are going to perform these submissions in class remember catch and release. There is no need to hurt training partners to boost your ego for a tap. I only show submissions like these because some tournaments do allow them.

Also I tried to pick based off of pain level not over all damage to the body. So heel hook has been eliminated.

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Try This Painful Choke To Open Your Opponent’s Closed Guard!

 

A really frustration situation in BJJ is when a long legged person locks up Full Guard, squeezes and doesn’t open.

It can be incredibly hard to open someone’s Guard who has really long legs.

As I’ve expressed in other videos. The full guard was one of my worst positions early on.

In this video our friend Andrea, asks a similar question for her Brazilian Jiu-jitsu training.

She wants to know how to break full guard when the person has long legs and squeezes.

In this video I show a really simple Thrust Choke that can be used in order to get the person on the bottom to open up.

It’s simple, powerful and really uncomfortable for the person on the bottom. And if they don’t respect the submission attempt. It’s possible for them to go unconscious.

And as I explain in the video. From my experience in Brazilian Jiujitsu. When you apply the choke. Guard players will often open up to get out of the position and choke.

So if you’re having trouble breaking full guard in BJJ. Give the choke a try!

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How Hard Should You Roll Leading Up To BJJ Competitions

 

How hard should you roll in your gym leading up to a BJJ competition and how often should you roll that way?

This is the question Damon asked after competing in his 1st BJJ competition ever.

His question stems from the fact that the tournament match was so intense.

And he says he typically doesn’t feel that level of intensity during his Brazilian Jiu-jitsu training.

In the video I try to explain my thoughts on BJJ training and rolling in the gym vs a Brazilian Jiujitsu match in a competition.

And it’s my belief that while sometimes your training partners will exceed the skill level of your opponents in a competition, making a match easy.

You probably won’t be able to replicate the same level of intensity from a BJJ competition inside your gym.

Watch the video and see what you think.

Enjoy the video.
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Can The Gi Make Your No Gi BJJ Better?

 

Is Gi training beneficial for No Gi training? That’s the BJJ related question I received from Ariana who is fairly new to Brazilian Jiu-jitsu.

She has been doing No Gi thus far and has asked around if she should do some training in the gi. And the general consensus that she gets is that the Gi is not beneficial or is useless.

In this video I touch on my experience about whether or not the Gi can be useful for No Gi BJJ.

But I also touch on the dogmatic approach many people in Brazilian Jiujitsu tend to take. Especially when it comes to this Gi vs No Gi debate.

Brazilian Jiu-jitsu is art and it’s hard to nail down exacts in an art form.

Think of music and painting. How trends will come and go. Things that used to be considered garbage are now the exact things that are praised for their artistic creativity.

So if you’re wondering this same question, then I hope this helps! And try and keep an open mind for your BJJ training.

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