brazilian jiu jitsu

Many Brazilian Jiu Jitsu purists prioritize technique over strength. Without entering that debate, one fact remains: to be the best grappler you can be, you need to get stronger.
Martial arts can help develop your strength, better your balance, flexibility, and aerobic capacity.
Crawling as a solo drill can enhance your ability to get through guards on the mat.
Move beyond your traditional view of strength to train technique, strategy, and efficiency.
There's only so much space on the training floor, and rolling into someone else's can be dangerous.
Hammering your grip may not be the answer to getting a tighter hold on your opponent.
If you took a video of yourself working out, would it match the image you have in your head?
Movement looks pretty in ideal conditions. But in real life, things can get ugly.
There are many faces of BJJ in each class you attend. Which one are you, and which one is your teammate?
Be a force for good in your jiu jitsu world and crush negativity into the mat.
Avoid injury by finding balance between your combat sport and your conditioning. This three training day plan will send you in the right direction.
If you're just starting in BJJ and want to get a black belt someday, you're in for a long journey. Seasoned BJJ practioners share how to make the most of it.
Discover how training goals will allow you to progress and leave class better than when you walked in.
Improve your strength and balance by adding some guard-opening specific exercises to your training program.
From finding the calm in chaos to learning how to roll with the punches, martial arts will make you a stronger person.
Coach Valerie Worthington opens up about about making the scary leap to follow her BJJ dreams, coaching others, and the beauty of emotion.
Having a healthy relationship between your training on and off the mat will keep you strong.