Support YJJjiujitsu guard passing
Here's a fun guard that goes by a few different names. Sitting half guard, sitting guard, or the sit up guard. It's a guard that relies on hugging a standing opponent's leg. This guard is strong for off balancing an opponent for a sweep. It's a classic "your whole body...
closed-guard-bjj
If you had to name the number one thing that separates Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu from other grappling arts, the depth of the basic BJJ guard positions should make the top of your list.  Many of the top submissions and positions in grappling are not unique to BJJ.  However, the ability...
guard-passing-bernardo-faria
Are you tired of being in a top position only to get stifled by an opponent’s tough BJJ guard?  Perhaps you’re on the verge of passing guard yet find yourself on your back – or worse - tapping out in the next second.  Passing the guard is among the...
Danaher-bjj-fundamentals
When it comes to BJJ fundamentals and ‘basic’ positions, the old school masters have it down.  The rise of flashy new techniques and social media highlights often leads to new practitioners overlooking basic BJJ. Don’t get us wrong, we are all for learning leg locks and advanced transitions.  Nevertheless, returning...
akins-closed-guard posture
You’ve undoubtedly heard your coach railing about the importance of posture. Particularly when you end up in an opponent’s closed guard, maintaining good posture is vital to avoid the most common closed guard attacks. In his closed guard seminar, BJJ black belt Henry Akin’s breaks down the most important aspects...