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6 Exercises To Improve Your BJJ

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6 Exercises To Improve Your BJJ

There are dozens of such exercises and in this article we will have a look at six such exercises which perhaps could be the right answer to burn excess fat and more importantly build strong and lean muscles in areas of the body that matter the most for any type of grappling activities. It also will help you to stay in good health and keep your pressure, sugar and other vital parameters under check.

THE SIX EXERCISES ARE:

-Kettlebell swings
-Battleropes
-Single leg deadlift
-Single leg push-up to kick
-Shrugs
-Australian Pull-up.

In this video, I’m sharing 6 exercises that I highly recommend you start incorporating into your training and/or master to improve your BJJ game and overall athleticism in general. Strength training is essential for jiu jitsu and sports conditioning, so be sure to pay attention to proper form and recommended reps and sets!

Watch this video if you want to learn:
1. Proper form on each exercise
2. Why each exercises benefits your jiu jitsu

5x World BJJ champion Bernardo Faria has developed the No Gi Half Guard. His submissions and sweeps works just as easily for No Gi, if not easier.
1.In No Gi there are not as many grips you can play. For example, you can’t play spider guard and the whole array of guards that stem from it. His guard works perfectly.
2.There are not a lot of grips your opponent can use to stop your sweep while playing No Gi. They can’t grab your collar, sleeve or pants obviously. Again, his guard works perfectly.

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