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Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

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Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
  • Ricardo Liborio - From Mount to Back Position

    This drill will help your students transition from the mount to the back position. Take advantage of your opponent trying to shrimp when you use this technique.
    Jiu Jitsu | BJJ | Gi | Grappling | Transition

  • Ricardo Liborio - Kimura Sit Ups

    Be sure that students understand the Kimura submission before trying this drill. The drill provides a great warm up and conditioning exercise for the core.
    Warm Up | Jiu Jitsu | BJJ | Gi | Grappling

  • Ricardo Liborio - Hip Escape

    This technique is one of the most basic escapes in all of Jiu Jitsu. This is a very effective warm up and concept.
    Grappling | Shrimping | Jiu Jitsu | BJJ | Gi | Warm Up

  • Ricardo Liborio - Leg Drag

    This warm up will work on the students' ability to pass by the legs to get to a knee on belly position. It is important to get to a position that allows you to control the neck and the head.
    Jiu Jitsu | BJJ | Gi | Grappling | Warm Up

  • Ricardo Liborio - Knee on Belly

    Balance your weight on your hands as you hop from one side of your partner to the other, switching sides with the knee on belly position.
    Jiu Jitsu | BJJ | Gi | Grappling | Warm Up

  • Ricardo Liborio - Leg Trap Escape

    This technique will help you escape mount. Push off of the ground until you are in position to trap the back leg with your right leg.
    Jiu Jitsu | BJJ | Gi | Grappling

  • Ricardo Liborio - Overhook Cross Collar Choke

    This technique from guard works best if your opponent starts to posture up. Use the opponent's collar to perform the choke.
    Jiu Jitsu | BJJ | Gi | Grappling

  • Randy Stacey - Flag in the Middle

    Students will develop better stand up principles and motion with this fun racing game. The first student to grab the flag wins!
    Grappling | BJJ | Jiu Jitsu | Games | Kids

  • Randy Stacey - Goal Positions with Partner

    Students will perform whatever technique the instructor calls on their partner. Assigning the students an "A" or "B" will make it easier for them to know whose turn it is.
    Grappling | BJJ | Jiu Jitsu | Games | Partner Drill

  • Randy Stacey - Goal Positions

    Students will race to hit the proper position after the instructor's command. This is great for repetition and reaction time.
    Grappling | BJJ | Jiu Jitsu | Games | Grapple Buddy | Kids | Reaction Time

  • Randy Stacey - Foxtail

    Often called "Flag Sparring", this game is great for students to work on motion and stand up principles.
    Grappling | BJJ | Jiu Jitsu | Games | Kids

  • Randy Stacey - Disrupting the Base

    This technique starts in a guard, using a bride and hip motion to disrupt the base of your opponent. Kids can use the Grapple Buddy to better understand this technique.
    Grappling | BJJ | Jiu Jitsu | Grapple Buddy

  • Randy Stacey - Lizard Control

    This top-game principle will help you maintain side control when your opponent is attempting to bridge aggressively and regularly.
    Grappling | BJJ | Jiu Jitsu | Grapple Buddy

  • Randy Stacey - 360 Degree Drill

    This positional drill works from side control, moving 360 degrees around your partner while working on various positions. This is a great way to get a lot of reps in one drill.
    Grappling | BJJ | Jiu Jitsu | Partner Drill

  • Randy stacey - Breath Control

    Controlling your breathing is extremely important when practicing Jiu Jitsu to increase endurance and demoralize your opponent. One example is a deep breath used when performing a basic choke from the back.
    Grappling | BJJ | Jiu Jitsu

  • Randy Stacey - 123 Pop Up Arm Bar Drill

    This drill starts from mount, then uses three different calls to represent various pop-up techniques. These range from a basic pop-up to bringing the legs all the way around the Grapple Buddy's head.
    Grappling | BJJ | Jiu Jitsu | Grapple Buddy | Kids

  • Randy Stacey - X Pass Technique

    This basic technique is executed from a staggered stance with the elbow connected to your partner's knee. The technique brings you to knee on belly, a key position for transitioning to a more controlled position.
    Grappling | BJJ | Jiu Jitsu | Grapple Buddy | Technique

  • Randy Stacey - Guard Pass Warm Up Drill

    Not only is this drill a great warm up that engages the whole body, but it is also a drill that will help your students pass guard more effectively.
    Grappling | BJJ | Jiu Jitsu | Warm Up

  • Randy Stacey - Triangle Trap

    This technique is one of the many ways to set up the triangle. The move is made possible by switching to a high guard from normal guard.
    Grappling | BJJ | Jiu Jitsu | Grapple Buddy | Partner Drill

  • Randy Stacey - Switch Base Side Control

    This is a fundamental positional drill that works great with beginner students. The switching of the base alternates from towards your opponent's feet to their head.
    Grappling | BJJ | Jiu Jitsu | Basics

  • Randy Stacey - Technique for Taking Mount

    This technique is a fundamental way to transition from side control to mount. Watch "Switch Base Side Control" first to make this drill a bit easier.
    Grappling | BJJ | Jiu Jitsu | Grapple Buddy | Basics

  • Randy Stacey - Simple Step Through Pass

    This technique is used to approach an opponent in a seated guard and get to knee on belly quickly and effectively.
    Grappling | BJJ | Jiu Jitsu

  • Randy Stacey - Hipbone Sweep

    This transition will help you get from guard to mount by knocking your opponent off balance with your hips.
    Grappling | BJJ | Jiu Jitsu

  • Randy Stacey - Side to Side Knee On Belly

    Make the switch from one side to the other quickly so that your opponent cannot shrimp out. There are two variations for this technique, one for beginners and a fancier, more advanced technique.
    Grappling | BJJ | Jiu Jitsu