Learning Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is not just about attacking with chokes and armlocks. Many techniques and concepts come into play, most of which include small movements that may not be obvious to non-practitioners.
One of the most important ones is the concept of framing to manage space. Framing is a key component that all strong practitioners should learn, as it makes your attacks and defenses easier to pull off.
Do you often feel exhausted when trying to recover guard in Jiu-Jitsu?
Here are a few tips on how to save energy while doing so.
Stephen Whittier explains and demonstrates:
Learn the secrets of creating an impenetrable guard or framing to stop your opponent’s guard from BJJ star, Tom DeBlass.
Recruit framing and guard retention concepts that will add enhanced security and effectiveness to your bottom and top game.