aka Americana The keylock is a submission that white belts should know within your first few months of jiu jitsu. One of the easiest to learn and execute. It is a shoulder lock that can be performed from side mount … Continue reading Using the keylock
This is the second video created for Father and Son BJJ. this video contains image of how much he fun he has during his classes, but still excels at getting better each time. Continue reading Father and Son BJJ ep.2
Congratulations to my little Ninja for earning his fourth stripe in Jiu Jitsu today. We couldn’t be more proud of his accomplish, dedication, and hard work. Jiu Jitsu is basic training for life. We are training not to learn how … Continue reading Congrats on earning his 4th stripe
Before heading to BJJ class, I do little warm ups in my basement using my weights and stationary exercise bike and blast some music for motivation to workout. As I do my workouts my son likes to go downstairs and … Continue reading When they want to be just like you.
Kimura is a move named after Masahiko Kimura, a Judoka and professional Wrestler who defeated Helio Gracie, with this lock back in 1951. It’s a move that isolates the shoulder and elbow while using double wrist lock, it allows you … Continue reading Working the Kimura
“To be champion all you have to do is train. But first, one must be a good person. Be a friend at the academy, learn to help. To be good at Jiu-Jitsu it’s all about believing and training, there isn’t … Continue reading To be a champion
AKA Toreando pass During Saturday’s kids class the drill was how to pass open guard with the bullfighter pass. When your opponent is trying to stop you from passing using open guard this is a go to move. A move … Continue reading Bullfighter pass
Last week Wednesday, was my first day back in Jiu-Jitsu class since March and is was great to be back! I arrived early and got suited up for class. Wednesday’s is Adult BJJ Beginners Jiu-Jitsu, it’s usually a white belt … Continue reading Great to be back!
I got 3 days to get ready to survive my first class back into Jiu Jitsu, this Wednesday. It’s been a few months since I haven’t gone to class, if you’ve done Jiu Jitsu before, then stopped for even a … Continue reading Countdown