In BJJ, you don’t need more than 5 takedowns to have an effective stand up game that can win you matches or keep you safe in a self defense situation.
That may not seem like much but if you are able to link those takedowns together and use them against all types of opponents then you are good to go.
In this video Brandon shares his favorite bjj takedown against big guys while wearing the gi.
Use these throws to safely launch fighters in BJJ, using judo principles and concepts.
- Flores is the head coach of the National Judo Team and a former All-American, D1 wrestler for Nebraska.
- Learn to fuse grappling’s best techniques into takedowns for jiu-jitsu.