BJJWC – Green Belt Curriculum 720p

BJJWC – Green Belt Curriculum 720p

BJJWC – Green Belt Curriculum 720p

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BJJWC – Green Belt Curriculum 720p

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BJJWC – Green Belt Curriculum 720p

Simple Movements

 

If you’re serious about improving your skills as a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) practitioner, there are a few basic movements that you need to master. These movements represent the core of BJJ training, and they are an essential part of many…

 

Takedowns

 

The takedown is one of the most important techniques you’ll learn in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. In a BJJ match, takedowns are a necessity for top game players. On the streets, where there are no rules, being on top when the fight goes to the ground…

 

Full Guard

 

The Guard: The guard is the most well known, common and diverse position in BJJ. At tournaments you will often see the majority of matches being played in some form of the guard. The guard is when the person on the bottom has their legs in…

 

Butterfly Guard

 

The butterfly guard or hooks guard, in Portuguese: guarda de gancho(s) or guarda borboleta; is one of the oldest and most traditional forms of guard playing in jiu jitsu and is often labelled as a classic guard. The butterfly hooks are…

 

Half Guard

 

Half Guard: A position where you have only one of your opponent’s legs trapped between your own. It is best explained as a guard that enables control of a single leg of your opponent using both of your legs, which occurs when they are halfway…

 

Spider Guard

 

The Spider Guard, in Portuguese: Guarda Aranha, is a grappling position whose origin points to kosen judo, having later been further developed in the sport of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu during the late 1980s. The spider guard has many variations,…

 

Passing Guard

 

Developing a good guard passing game is one of the most difficult things to do in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Guard passing is one of the most tiring, and difficult parts of bjj. If someone has a good guard, it can be next to impossible to pass. A…

 

Side Control

 

Side Control: Under the umbrella of “side control” fall several variations. Once you achieve side control avoid being put back in your opponent’s guard, and also be ready to transition to one of the other dominant positions. The knee on belly…

 

Mount

 

Mount Control: When on top use your legs and hips for controlling their hips, and use your arms and legs to maintain base. Be prepared to move to back control if given the opportunity. Mount Defense: Make sure that your arms and neck are…

 

Back Attacks

 

Back Attacks: Widely considered the most dominant position and safe from most counterattacks. Use your heels as “hooks” on the inside of your opponent’s legs and your arms for controlling their upper body. Common submissions available: naked…

 

Tornado Fundamentals

 

The inverted guard, tornado guard or upside down guard, is a creative grappling position developed in the 1990’s by Roberto Magalhães (also known as Roleta). The term upside down/inverted guard is utilized when the guard player (fighter on the…

 

Transitions

 

Learning jiujitsu is like learning a language. You don’t do it all at once. You learn the smallest, most base elements of a new tongue (an alphabet, words) before you dive in to the whole grand structure. As you get more building blocks —…

 

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