Learning How to Do The Scissor Sweep The scissor sweep, along with the push sweep, are the two most basic and fundamental sweeps in JiuJitsu. Both are rather difficult to execute and many novices struggle with these two.
Learning To Transition From Guard To Mount With a Push Sweep The push sweep is a rather basic transition from guard to mount. And yet, many novices don’t seem to get it, with many saying that it’s not as easy as
Escaping from your opponent’s guard should be your first priority as a White Belt. Sure, it’s not as flashy as the many techniques you see being used by advanced and professional fighters. But, learning how to escape from your opponent’s guard
If you’re training Brazilian JiuJitsu, or even any other form of martial art for that matter, you’re going to have problems with the joints in your fingers at some point. While it’s wise to just give it time to heal, many
Using The Arm Frame Escape When Caught in a Headlock The headlock is, without a doubt, one of the rarest submissions holds in terms of JiuJitsu. You’ll rarely see practitioners use it and it’s even rarer to see them practice maneuvers
Doing The Double Ankle Sweep The Right Way Transitioning from guard to mount is never easy. There may be different techniques that can help you do so, but none of which is easy to do, especially the double ankle sweep. As
Understanding the BJJ Progression and Belt System The Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu belt system is a bit different compared to others. Because of the number of belts, which are fewer compared to other mart arts, BJJ practitioners have to spend a lot of