How To Develop Fluid Transitions In Your Jiu Jitsu

Jiu Jitsu is a dynamic art. You’re continually adjusting position and transitioning between different techniques. Your ability to connect techniques together can have a big impact on your performance. The difference between skill levels is not the number techniques you know. Instead, it’s how well you know those techniques and your ability to recognise what’s […]

Three Key Concepts To Defend Any Submission

Every Jiu Jitsu player knows the feeling a split second before they get caught in a submission. It’s the moment you realise you’ve made a mistake and there’s nothing you can do about it. Your only option is to tap and nurse your battered ego. Don’t get me wrong, getting submitted in training is a […]

Three Ways To Get Choke From The Back

The back is arguably the most dominant position in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Once you get good at controlling the position, it will be difficult for your opponent to escape. Getting to the back is my primary goal whenever I’m sparring or in a competition. Not only does the back offer you many submission opportunities, but […]

Crab Ride Drills

Jiu Jitsu is ever evolving (as it should be), and if you don’t keep up with the advancements in the game, you will get left behind. Whether you intend on using positions like the Worm Guard, Berimbolo or Crab Ride it’s important you understand them. Like any position, once you understand the mechanics, you can […]