2 Minute Jiu Jitsu Ep 54: Countering Leg Grab

2 Minute Jiu Jitsu Ep 54: Countering Leg Grab Against The Top Spin

There are many styles of top control. Some people like to squash their opponents, some people like to float and use movement to stay on top, and some people like to pin their opponents and take away their ability to move. Regardless of the style of control, you like to use, the top spin is […]

2 Minute Jiu Jitsu Ep 52: Kuzure Kesa Gatame Americana

2 Minute Jiu Jitsu Ep 52: Kuzure Kesa Gatame Americana

The Americana from Side Control is one of the first submissions you’ll learn when you start Jiu Jitsu. However, when you come to try it in sparring, the Americana can be difficult to catch. A big reason for this is because you’re trying to control your opponent’s arm with your arm. That is not mechanically […]

2 Minute Jiu Jitsu Ep.51: Leg Ride Half Guard Pass

2 Minute Jiu Jitsu Ep.51: Leg Ride Half Guard Pass

Throughout my competition BJJ career, top of half guard is probably the most common position I find myself in. This probably due to the fact I normally play on top and I love a good knee slide. As a result, I understand how important the underhook is to half guard play. The underhook is life […]

2 Minute Jiu Jitsu Ep.50: Belt Drag Against Double Under Pass

2 Minute Jiu Jitsu Ep.50: Belt Drag Against Double Under Pass

The Double Under pass is a very popular pressure pass and can be a highly effective way to pass flexible opponents. As a result, it’s important to know how to counter this pass. Episode 50 of 2 Minute Jiu Jitsu covers the belt drag against the Double Under pass. Check it out below now: In […]

2 Minute Jiu Jitsu Ep.49: The Clock Choke

2 Minute Jiu Jitsu Ep.49: The Clock Choke

The Clock Choke is one of those submissions in Jiu Jitsu (and Judo) that routinely puts people to sleep. The power of this attack comes from your ability to use your body weight plus gravity to apply the coke. In this of 2 Minute Jiu Jitsu, Chelsea Leah shares her favourite way of attacking the […]

Struggle With Elbow / Forearm Pain?

Do Struggle With Elbow, Forearm, or Wrist Pain After Training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu?

If you’ve been training grappling for any length of time, you’ll have probably have suffered from some Fighters elbow aka Tennis elbow aka Golfer’s elbow. Not only is it a pain in the ass, but fighters elbow can heavily impact your ability to train. Personally, this is something I’ve suffered with for many years, and […]