Triangle Mechanics By John Danaher

 

John Danaher explains the Jiu Jitsu Basics of Triangle Mechanics in this video.

This is a technique off of his instructional series “Triangles: Enter The System.”

John Danaher is arguably the most infamous Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Instructor on the planet. Some of his students include Gordon Ryan, Garry Tonon, Georges St. Pierre, and Nicky Ryan.

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Here, John is going over the mechanics of the triangle. As you can see from the detail, John offers an excellent explanation on how to apply this submission.

 

 

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Actor Jonah Hill Gets A Stripe On His White Belt

 

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I started Brazilian Jui Jitzu 2 months ago and try and train 4 or 5 times a week. In high school the dudes who did Jui Jitzu used to beat the shit out of us at parties so it turned me off to it as an idea growing up. But quietly I always thought it was a beautiful art form . At 35 , I try and get over the stuff that made me feel weak and insecure as a teenager. It’s just wasted time and lessons you’ll never learn. Trying to let go of that. Nothing more humbling than getting your ass kicked by a 12 year old your first week . Got my first stripe today. I know it sounds corny but it’s pretty dope to jump in and do stuff you’d never think you’d be able to do. Much respect to Sensai Josh and @clockworkbjj and Anthony for getting me into it ❤️ 🥋

 

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I started Brazilian Jui Jitzu 2 months ago and try and train 4 or 5 times a week. In high school the dudes who did Jui Jitzu used to beat the shit out of us at parties so it turned me off to it as an idea growing up. But quietly I always thought it was a beautiful art form . At 35 , I try and get over the stuff that made me feel weak and insecure as a teenager. It’s just wasted time and lessons you’ll never learn. Trying to let go of that. Nothing more humbling than getting your ass kicked by a 12 year old your first week . Got my first stripe today. I know it sounds corny but it’s pretty dope to jump in and do stuff you’d never think you’d be able to do. Much respect to Sensai Josh and @clockworkbjj and Anthony for getting me into it ❤️ 🥋

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Jiu Jitsu Concepts: Don’t Rush In When You Sweep

 

One of the biggest mistakes we see from our students (even advanced students) is “riding” the momentum of a sweep to come on top. This is something that seems minor, but can really change the outcome of your matches, and can do far more harm than good.

In a best-case scenario, if you ride the momentum of a sweep and your opponent counters, you’ll only get reversed. Worst-case scenarios you’ll end up in a submission or stuck in a bad position.

Luckily, this is an easy fix. Can you do a technical stand-up? Yes? Excellent! Then you can fix this problem and stand up out of a sweep properly.

In this video, Tom talks about the importance of moving away from your opponent when sweeping, and how to keep your opponent from standing back up.

 

 

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Advanced Back Control Concepts for No Gi BJJ / MMA

 

Pete Irving, former Pro MMA Fighter, BJJ Black Belt and head instructor of Itaipava Jiu Jitsu in Newcastle is here filmed by the Warrior Collective giving some of his key details when controlling/taking the back in MMA or No Gi BJJ.

 

 

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“The Most Violent BJJ Practitioner” Teaches His Pressure Passing

 

Vagner Rocha shows how to pressure guard pass. Learn with the “violent” jiu-jitsu artist how to improve your pressure passing skills.

 

 

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How To Make Your Grips Last Longer As A BJJ White Belt

 

Grip strength and grip endurance is a big question for people getting into Brazilian Jiu-jitsu.

I’ve received questions from countless BJJ practitioners about how to build better grip strength because during their matches or rolls in the gym they feel like their grip goes out.

Today’s question comes from KevMed who says that despite weight lifting. He lacks grip strength when he is training Brazilian Jiu-jitsu.

In this video I briefly touch on the idea of building stronger grips and focus more on how to make your grips last longer as a White Belt.

As a White Belt I can almost guarantee that KevMed is grabbing everything with a death grip.

I say this because I know as a BJJ White Belt. . . I did. And as a coach I see this over and over again with my new White Belts.

The newer people in the gym will hold grips as tight as they can and will wear their hands out in a minute or so and then are left with nothing.

So if you’re a newer White Belt or someone who just finds themselves gripping everything as tight as possible. Then I hope this tip is helpful!

-Chewy

 

 

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The Secret Shortcut to Fast Jiu-Jitsu Improvement – Q&A w/ Keenan Cornelius

 

This is an excellent question and answer session with Keenan Cornelius that is bound to help anyone looking to improve their Jiu-Jitsu!

 

 

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Olympic Judo Gold Medalist And MMA Fighter Kayla Harrison In Hilarious Cocktail Party Prank

 

Kayla Harrison helped the folks at Impractical Jokers put on a hilarious prank.

Looks aren’t always what they seem!

 

 

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Rookie Jiu-Jitsu Cop For The Win! [Breakdown]

 

Officer Jared Tipton (Kansas City PD) has less 1 year on the job, but with his jiu-jitsu training, he controlled the suspect with unprecedented composure.

 

 

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Armbar Setup from Leg Drag Position | Gui Mendes

 

Professor Gui Mendes shows how to transition to an armbar when our opponent is defending with a straight arm from the leg drag position.

 

 

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