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The REAL Reason Why Cops Won’t Train BJJ

The REAL Reason Why Cops Won’t Train BJJ

The potential for jiu jitsu to enable police officers to be better at their job is enormous. We often observe videos like trips and perfect stand up technique enabling men in nasty situations to defend themselves regardless of what side of the conflict they’re on.

This police officer obviously didn’t get the memo that he should be training in some BJJ and Wrestling.

He tried a telegraphed and poor double leg and was sprawled hard. He then tried to to strike with the guy and was mandhandled. Good thing his coleagues were there to taze the guy.

Can you really feel safe in the street if you can’t even take your opponent down?

So why are so few police officers willing to train Jiu-Jitsu in order to stay safe?

Mike the cop is as his name suggests a police officer and a BJJ purple belt. He discussed with Angelo, a OG bjj black belt the real reasons why he feels police officers are NOT training BJJ:

A healthy ego is good for confidence and keeping you and other safe. An unhealthy ego is dangerous and counterproductive. Maybe it’s not BJJ for you, but PLEASE train (especially if you’re a law enforcement officer)

 

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