Butterfly-guard pass that Mario “Zen Machine” Sperry showed us several years ago.
The “cement mixer” is a great counter that catches opponents off guard and puts you on the offensive.
Sweet RNC setup. Eddie Bravo fans can also look for the wrestlers’ guillotine (aka “twister”) from here.
This x-guard series has worked great for me over the years.
Jongsanan vs Sakmongkol—the greatest round of all time.
The baseball choke is über-stealthy.
I have practiced Brazilian Jiu Jitsu for about 9 years and am glad to share tips on what I’ve learned so you can experiment and tweak your game, but you CANNOT learn Jiu Jitsu via YouTube. Go find a great instructor, be humble and open-minded, and keep walking through the doors.
Train safe, and always be respectful of your training partners and opponents.
Workout track of the Day #12
Everybody gets knocked down, how quick are you gonna get up?
BRUTAL Endurance Circuit
This circuit really focuses on leg conditioning, core stability, and overall endurance. It’s great for hikers, climbers, grapplers, etc., since these sorts of activities benefit from highly functional, compound, endurance-oriented training.
I did the first superset three times, then the second and third twice each. If you’re just starting, try to get through each superset once, and maybe give yourself more time between supersets. If you’re more advanced, do extra supersets, or perhaps make each set :45 seconds (or longer) instead of :30.
Be creative with your adjustments—the answer isn’t always “add more weight.”
Train hard, and have fun!