Troubleshooting Your Triangle

 

This is a new series with head coach of SBG International – Matt Thornton offering unique and effective BJJ solutions to various problems which are brought up by his students. This episode is focused on troubleshooting the BJJ triangle technique.

 

 

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3 Ways To Be More Aggressive In A BJJ Match

 

It’s important to develop the ability to dial your aggression level up or down in a BJJ match. There are essentially 3 ways to do this: #1, by using so-called ‘dick’ moves (not generally recommended), # 2, by using more force and strength, and/or #3, by simply moving faster. You can develop the ability to turn aggression up or down by turning the dials on these 3 variables in your training, but be especially careful if you’re using options 1 and 2 against smaller training partners or people who aren’t serious competitors.

 

 

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Keith Owen – “How I Treat My Blue Belts”

 

How I treat my Blue Belts.

Being a blue belt is a rough time, both in learning grappling fundamentals and putting up with loss and disappointment. Injury is prevalent and good technique is scarce. This is the time where many students quit because it’s difficult and because it takes so freakin long to get to purple belt, in many cases up to five years. I would also like to add that I’m an advocate for adding another belt in their somewhere but that is a blog for another time.

I love my blue belts dearly. They represent all the potential that the school has to offer. This is the belt that I’m the toughest on concerning defense and choosing when and how you use strength as well as getting the fundamental building blocks of correct technique laid out so they use more angles.

I let my blue belt students know that the goal is purple belt. It’s the longest belt to get to. It’s the hardest belt to get and I judge them severely on how they grapple in order to achieve it.

Getting through blue belt can mean the difference between getting a black belt and not getting a black belt. The reason you ask? Once you get the coveted purple belt then it’s all downhill from there. It’s only a matter of time. It’s polish, polish, polish instead of prove, prove, prove.

Remember this (as a blue belt) is where you PROVE yourself to your instructor. If you feel you deserve it just because you show up and are friendly, you would be wrong. In my school it’s proving that you understand the fundamentals of all positions and you are a very difficult opponent to grapple with on an intermediate level. You are also an amazingly tough person on the inside and the outside.

Is this you?

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Thirty Minutes Of Demian Maia Teaching At ATOS HQ! BJJ Gold!

 

Prof. Andre Galvao received Prof. Demian Maia, ADCC champion, and UFC fighter at Atos Jiu jitsu HQ for a seminar.

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How To Train BJJ From Home When There Are No Gyms Nearby

 

What do you do if you want to train BJJ but there are no Brazilian Jiu-jitsu gyms in your area? Are you just out of luck?

I get questions regularly from people who live in remote locations or smaller cities and are unable to find a gym to start their Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training.

So if you find yourself in one of these situations where there is no gym but you want to train. . . what do you do?

In this video I go off of a recent 1 on 1 coaching session I did via Skype where I worked with someone who was in the same situation.

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He found the information helpful and so I share it in this video.

It basically involves a few parts:

1. Setup a dedicated space for your training. (I explain why this is so crucial)

2. Recruit some friends to train with.

3. Find a gym within a distance you can drive to begin training sessions when you can make the trip to them. (Again I’ll explain why this is useful)

4. Lastly I touch on the idea of using video courses and instructional series that you can find.

If you’re in a situation where there is no BJJ gym near you. Then I hope this video is useful for you!

-Chewy

 

 

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How To Start A Roll From The Knees (If You Must)

 

There are two schools of thought about starting a roll from the knees. Some say it is the way to go for injury prevention. Others say it is an abomination and every roll should start from standing. This video is clearly not for the latter group.

 

 

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BJJ Mount Control – How to Keep Mount when Grappling No Gi

 

Ed Ingamells, Top UK Grappler, Scramble sponsored Jiu Jitsu athlete, and highly regarded Black Belt coach at Mill Hill BJJ in London is here filmed by the Warrior Collective giving some of his key details when looking to retain mount and counter an opponents attempts at escaping in No Gi BJJ.

 

 

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Taming a Jiu-Jitsu SPAZ (How to Roll With a Spazzy Partner)

 

What’s up everyone! Welcome back to the channel. I hope everyone’s having an amazing day. So I got asked this question on Facebook. He says “Chad we have a new guy that I’m really scared to roll with because he moves in weird ways and doesn’t really have the technique yet. Any tips?

Here is a few ways I roll with a spaz. First I tell them “hey man calm down a bit” if they don’t I smash them than tell them again. If they continue I smash them harder. If this still continues and you have talked to them twice I just won’t roll with that person anymore. It’s not being scared it’s being smart.

For the most part someone new may not even know they are going crazy. So it’s important to let them know before dragging their skull across the mat.

– Chad Hardy

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Gracie Jiu Jitsu Basics: BJJ Moves Every Beginner Should Know

 

In this BJJ techniques for beginners video, We are going to cover one the rolling drill in no gi.

Which is basically a drill where we combine the bump and roll mount escape with the basic armbar no gi variation.

Enjoy! – Paul From Gracie Sports

 

 

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Increasing Your Side Control Pressure and Holding Down Big Guys

 

Triangle the world releases for my members this week! Don’t miss out. It will be available for purchase at a later date. Until then let’s continue with more great technique!

The question I was asked on Facebook was “Chad I can’t seem to hold a bigger opponent in side control. Do you have any tips for this?” Yes, I do! Enjoy the video and remember if you have any other questions feel free to send them In on one of my social media pages. – Chad Hardy

 

 

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