The First Five Submissions You Need To Know | Jiu-Jitsu Basics
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It is hard to narrow down, but these are, in my opinion, the first five submissions you should learn in Jiu-Jitsu. I based this on the criteria of versatility, efficiency, mechanics and principles. There are so many important considerations to make in regard to position and setup, but it is imperative you understand how these particular techniques work.
Let me know what your top five would be, and if you have any questions you think I might be able to help with. I really appreciate you watching, liking and subscribing!
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3.) Kote Mawashi - is a common wrist lock or joint lock that is often found in Aikido / Japanese Ju-Jitsu / Aiki-Jutsu systems... but is taught in many martial arts. Typically this jiu-jitsu arm break or wrist lock technique is hard to execute. But, combine it with Combative Striking elements found in TRITAC, and it becomes a very powerful joint lock or arm break for self defense Jiu-Jitsu.
4.) Inside Arm Twist - The last Aiki-Jutsu Self-Defense Technique is a jiu-jitsu arm break that takes a good training partner to learn this jiu-jitsu technique. Or... not only will you break arms, but you'll smash your training partners face into the ground. For Jiu-Jitsu Self Defense ... who cares!
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7 Escapes from Arm Locks | Jiu-Jitsu Techniques
There's always a way out if timed and performed appropriately. In this video, Jared Jessup and I look at some of the most useful arm lock escapes that will get you out of some of the most common arm lock energies you're likely to encounter at all levels.
Also included is something I refer to as the Fishhook Principle, which pops up in submission situations quite often and regulates important aspects of how to apply and escape them. This is something I plan to explore more in-depth in future videos.
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Top 5 Most Painful Submission in Jiu-jitsu
These are in my opinion the top five most painful submissions with a Honorable mention of calf and bicep slicers...ouch
If you are going to perform these submissions in class remember catch and release. There is no need to hurt training partners to boost your ego for a tap. I only show submissions like these because some tournaments do allow them.
Also I tried to pick based off of pain level not over all damage to the body. So heel hook has been eliminated.
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The Dangerous Myth About Leg Locks in BJJ
In Brazilian Jiu-jitsu all submissions are dangerous and have the potential to alter someone's life in a very profound way.
And because of this I think it's always important to remind ourselves of just how serious the game of Rolling can be. We have a blast and it's so much fun. But when it comes time to finish our training partners in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. We have to be smart.
Accidents happen in BJJ and people get injured. But one our goals as a training partner is to do everything in our power to ensure our partners leave in the same shape they came in.
In BJJ, many people have a certain aversion to Leg Locks. I know that during my first few years of BJJ. A lot of coaches talked about them as if they were evil and just bad!
But overtime they've become more and more prominent in BJJ and because of this more and more people are practicing them as part of their Brazilian Jiujitsu.
I personally had to let go to the consistent idea that I had about leg locks. That idea was mainly that they were dangerous.
I've actually found that with proper knowledge they're just about as safe as anything else. In fact, inside our gym I've seen less injuries related to Leg Locks since we started practicing them more often.
People are more sensitive to them, they know how to escape and they know how to apply them with control.
I know you may not agree. But I hope the video at least gets you to think about Leg Locks, and all submissions really in a different light.
Because whether we are talking about an Armbar, Kimura or a Heel Hook in BJJ. . . they are all dangerous.
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Wrist-Lock from Standing | Jiu Jitsu Brotherhood
3rd-degree Roger Gracie black belt Nic Gregoriades teaches how to apply a standing wrist lock. This is a nice counter to the same side collar grab that commonly occurs.
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Versatile BJJ Arm Lock from 3 Different Guard Positions
Anytime someone's hand or arm gets too high on your body. You have the ability to catch them in a submission. And there are a number of different submission options to choose from.
In this video I show using the straight armlock from guard to attack a person who isn't keeping their hands in the best spot possible.
The straight armlock is one of my favorite submissions in BJJ because of it's versatility. It works from so many different positions and angles.
In the video I show some basic ideas on using this submissions from full guard, half guard and butterfly guard. And I share my idea on basic concepts and tips on catching the arm lock effectively. So if you are using this move. You might find new ways and areas to set it up.
Again, the versatility and also the options off of the armbar make this one my favorite submissions in BJJ. Even if the straight arm lock fails. You typically have a strong angle on the person that you can then attack from. Either to string together more submissions or possibly advance position.
So if you train BJJ and you don't use this submission. Give it a try and see if you can add it into you arsenal.
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The culture in BJJ has a lot of people who use marijuana/cannabis/weed regularly as something that helps open up their creativity during training or relax them at night. In today's video I got a question from our friend who has friends who say that smoking marijuana before training opens up their game and always them to be more creative. And he's curious what my experiences with it and Brazilian Jiu-jitsu are.
I preface this whole video with the fact that I don't smoke regularly. I've done it a few times and don't dislike or like it a ton. I'm just neutral with it. And if you're an adult, you can do whatever you want to do, and you should have the right to. That's why this is an opinion and not some hard stance.
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The Science Behind Your Jiu Jitsu - Frames and Inertia
This is the third episode of my Science Behind Your Jiu Jitsu series and this episode focuses on Frames and Inertia.
It is important to understand the terminology, biology, and physics behind our jiu jitsu techniques. This is a deep dive into the science behind these techniques so you can better understand why you do a technique and particular way, and this understanding will help you be a better instructor.
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How To Use Traditional Aikido Wrist locks for Jiu-Jitsu
Professor JD shows us several wrist locks from the traditional Aikido art and just how to apply those same locks into a grappling setting. whether it is Jiu-Jitsu or Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu these wrist locks can give you a quick submission that most people won't see coming.
Techniques include Nikkyo, Sanyo, Gokyo and Kotegashi. For this video, we cover each move from standing and now in the most basic setting how we get to each submission. Then in the second part of the video, we show how to get each submission from the closed guard.
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How Jiu-Jitsu relates to Life
In this video I talk about my perspective on using the inspiration from BJJ and apply it to the rest of my life. Utilizing lessons learned in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu to develop a mindset in decision making towards other areas of life. BJJ for me is a way to look at the world. Understanding through Jiu Jitsu that life is a game in multiple aspects: The fact that you can get good at the game through focus and repetition, and that what you really want in a game is a challenge that enables you to level up and make progress.
I see BJJ as a metaphor for evolution in the sense that the species that survive are the ones that find a way to utilize the maximal amount of leverage possible with limited resources in an uncomfortable and challenging environment.
All this is very theoretical and philosophical but the best part about grappling is that you act this out every single day with your mind and body. You can respond to each situation and each position by:
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3. Responding proactively in an efficient an un emotional manner to address the problem with the maximal amount of leverage possible with the least amount of expended resources.
In only one of these scenarios you actually get ahead. The position always gets worse with the other two scenarios. Staying in the same position is not an option because in BJJ we have an opponent with the goal of winning, and in life we have time working against us; which always wins.
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Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) is a self-defense martial art and combat sport based on grappling, ground fighting and submission holds. It focuses on the skill of controlling one's opponent, gaining a dominant position and using a number of techniques to force them in to submission via joint locks or chokeholds, (Newaza)
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu was first developed and modified in the 1920s by Brazilian brothers Carlos, George, and Hélio Gracie after Carlos was taught traditional Kodokan Judo by a travelling Japanese judoka (Mitsuyo Maeda) in 1917, later going on to develop their own self defence system named Gracie Jiu-Jitsu.
BJJ eventually came to be its own defined combat sport through the innovations, practices, and adaptation of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu and Judo, with governing bodies such as the IBJJF working worldwide, becoming an essential martial arts for MMA
BJJ teaches that a smaller, weaker person can successfully defend themselves against a bigger, stronger, heavier opponent by using leverage and weight distribution to take the fight to the ground and then using submissions to defeat them. BJJ training can be used for sport grappling tournaments and in self-defense situations. Sparring, commonly referred to as rolling within the BJJ community, and live drilling play a major role in training and the practitioner's development. BJJ is considered a martial art, a sport, a method of promoting physical fitness and building character, and a way of life.
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BJJ Submissions Explained (BEGINNERS MUST KNOW THIS!!)
Feel confident for your first Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu classes and first time rolling on the mat by realizing how and when to tap. In this video we cover BJJ submission types and the primary BJJ submissions you will see on the mat. Once you know this, you will be better at protecting yourself and others against injury during class and while grappling.
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How to Escape Most Submissions | Jiu-Jitsu Principles
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There is a principle I use all the time when discussing escaping submission attempts, whether early escaping or late escaping. I refer to this as the Fish Hook Principle and I explain the story behind why in the video. Most all submission escapes operate under this principle and the rest is just timing and technique, which is simplified by understanding this underlying concept. Hope this helps!
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