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Rener Gracie Recalls The Time When He Got Choked Out by a Boa Constrictor

Getting choked out in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a nasty feeling. You know the drill – either you tap out or you go to sleep… And that’s just from another person, another human being,...

Wrestler Puts Opponent To Sleep with Anaconda Choke in Wrestling Match

When it comes to chokes, there are no tough guys – everyone falls a sleep when it’s properly applied. It doesn’t matter if it’s a Rear Naked Choke (which is, truth be told,...

Bo Nickal Chokes Out Opponent To Sleep In MMA Debut

Bo Nickal, the wrestling U-23 world champion & NCAA All American wrestler, has just fought in his first MMA match! The Penn State alumnus made his MMA debut in an amateur fight against David...

UFC Vegas 34: Kakhramonov Puts Jones to Sleep with Standing Guillotine Choke

The danger of a standing Guillotine Choke is real, not just at a BJJ white and blue belt level… But at the highest of levels as well, including MMA. As a matter of fact, the recent “UFC...

No Time For BJJ? Getting Up Early In The Morning Will Solve This Issue

It’s so easy to train Brazilian Jiu Jitsu when you’re young! When you’re a kid or even a student, your life basically comes down to going to school/university, studying, Jiu Jitsu...

Early Morning BJJ Training Giving You Trouble? These 3 Tips Will Help

Oh you poor soul – the only BJJ classes that you can make to are the early morning ones? Tough luck, but hey, we get it. You might be working all day or you might have college classes with a weird...

Lack Of Sleep Is Hindering Your Jiu Jitsu Much More Than You Think

You think that you’re doing everything you should be, don’t you? You’re training regularly and not just that; but every drill you execute is taken seriously and done to the best to...

You Want To Train BJJ Twice Per Day? Here’s What You Should Consider

Photo by Daria Kochetkova Photography. IG: Tebezvonu. Okay, so you’ve decided to start training twice per day – in hopes of getting your Jiu Jitsu to the next level. Fair enough! However,...

Sleep may be your best performance booster in BJJ

Seven hours of sleep might not be enough for many BJJ athletes to perform at their best. Sleep and its impact on athletic performance still is being researched. However, it is clear that athletes who...