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3 Most Common BJJ Shrimping Mistakes

3 Most Common BJJ Shrimping Mistakes

 

Shrimping is one of those essential movements every newbie is shown the very first time they attend a bjj class. But even so many practitioners frequently make some essential mistake rendering their moves less useful.

Number 1 Most Common Mistake:

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Turning To The Same Side as Posting Leg – This is probably by far the most common mistakes in beginners. And while some moves in grappling support moves like this in high level situations this isn’t the case for beginners. It’s very important to master the basic shrimp movement.

#2 Most Common Mistake – Staying Flat on the Ground

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For shrimping properly rest only on a foot and shoulder to maximize mobility.

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#3 Most Common Mistakes – Small Movements.

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That kind of movement wastes a lot of energy for very seldom movement. There should be a focus on making a 90 degree angle with your body.

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For more on this check out the great video by Stephan Kesting Below:

 

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