As the sport of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu continues to evolve, there are always new ways grapplers can learn to enhance their skill set. The growth of the sport—much in part to the rapid rise of Mixed Martial Arts—has thus welcomed athletes from all walks of life to give the art of grappling a try.
Long past are the days where the sport was BJJ specific. In that sense, I mean that I have had wrestlers, boxers, football players, track stars and average Joe’s all hop on the mat to learn the art of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
Due to this influx of talent, the sport is ever changing and each sport-specific competitor offers a new challenge for many traditional grapplers.
Recently, the legendary Judoka, Jimmy Pedro, announced a product launch that will help benefit the BJJ players out there that are struggling with specific types of grapplers.
Wander Braga, MMA and Jiu-Jitsu champion, shows a jiu-jitsu takedown from a standing clinch. Those of you who avoid stand-up practice, this is one to watch. Wander breaks it down to easily understand the technique. There's more that 30 techniques in this BJJ Legends Magazine - Subscribe Today.
3rd degree Royler Gracie black belt, 11 time World medalist, and leader of Relson Gracie Jacksonville (www.graciejacksonville.com) Daniel Moraes demonstrating one of his favorite take downs. Moraes was at Serg BJJ (www.SergiBJJ.com)in Savannah, Georgia for a