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Drilling Sequences To Help Improve Your Overall Guard

Drilling Sequences To Help Improve Your Overall Guard

No matter how experienced you may be in the world of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, there is no doubting how important and impactful a meaningful guard passing game is! Some may neglect this in training, and overlook [...]

Using The Knee Ride Setup In Gi Based Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Using The Knee Ride Setup In Gi Based Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Today I’m here to break down a slick transition from side control into the knee to belly setup, as demonstrated by Stephen Whittier.  He has a great new program out that you can check out here. [...]

Stop Over Thinking-A Beginners Guide To BJJ For Older Grapplers

No matter how old we get, there is always one thing that remains constant; a certain degree of anxiety when starting something new. Think about all the times over the years you have been unsure of [...]

Older Grapplers & How To Find Time In Your Schedule To Train

There’s no getting around it: we all have busy lives!  No matter what your job entails, how hectic your social life is or what school throws at you, we all have specific things that we deem [...]

Stephen Whittier Is Here To Help YOU!

No matter how hard you work on the mat, and how much you learn over the years, there comes a time where every good grappler hits a wall and has trouble taking the next step forward [...]

Adapt Your Grappling Style To Your Lifestyle

I’m sure that we’ve all heard it before, that we each have a “tell” that we have when we lie.  Similar to keeping a good poker face, you can read someone and know when they are [...]

Unique Training Techniques For Grapplers 40+ Years Old!

Daniel Faggella is a No Gi Pan Am Champion, Amazon #1 Best Seller, and Interviewer of Many of BJJ’s BIGGEST Stars. You can Get His Entire Collection of Insights from 4 Different Interviews with Older BJJ Black [...]

Preventing Injuries & Assuring Success For Older Grapplers!

It comes as no surprise that athletes get injured.  Given the brutal demands of the sport they pursue, it’s an assumed risk.  Even the truly elite—NFL star Adrian Peterson, NBA icon Kobe Bryant, MMA Juggernaut Jon [...]