Hey everybody, Ritchie Yip here. Just talking about a bonus technique to our ultimate cross side escape system. What if someone has top cross side and they're crushing out my jaw. What would we do then?
In BJJ circles, the 50Fifty Guard has been in vogue for the past several years. The first time I saw the position was in the late 90's at a Shooto seminar where it was introduced as a leg locking position.
The Armbar from Guard was probably one of the very first techniques you've ever learned when you first started BJJ.
I'm going to show you the classic 5 point Armbar from Guard but with a truck tonne of details.
BJJ is more than just tapping people out. Here is the top 10 principles where living the Jiu Jitsu lifestyle will not only make you a great Jiu Jitsu practitioner but will also make you into a better human being.
We're going to take a unique look at each BJJ Belt level. Instead of just skill level, we're also going to look at mental attitude. Each belt stage has specific indicators that determine the athlete's mind set and skill level
When new students walk into my Downtown Vancouver BJJ school, I do my very best to simplify BJJ for them so that they are able to comprehend the art immediately. To do this, I use what I call the "BJJ Dialogue".
The BJJ Dialogue is an "If/Then" path of thinking to help new students understand