Legendary Master Pedro Sauer, Henry Akins, Jeff Curran and Rylan Lizares will be instructing, training and hanging out with grappler’s from around the world.
So grab your gi, sunglasses, and swimsuit and get ready to board with us.
The importance of positional training, and why it should be at least 50% or more of your training.
I get a lot of questions about how to train Jiu Jitsu properly, whats the most effective use of time training and whats the best way to develop certain aspects of your game.
I’m a HUGE believer in positional […]
The reason I was looking for a new solution was because I’ve tried to hip throw once someone has the RNC on my […]
Movement based training seems to be all the rage now and its really nice to have such amazing athletes and martial artists like Conor McGregor and his coach Ido Portal bringing attention to it, but as you can see this type of light training to develop fluidity flexibility and strength in the body has been […]
I hope everyone is enjoying the new videos I released for mount attacks!
As you know I’m really big on refining the basics and I hope the new details turn you into a mount finishing machine!
I’m here in Australia teaching seminars and spreading the Hidden Jiu-Jitsu but I didn’t realize the Internet here […]
Back from a week of training Hidden Jiu Jitsu in Costa Rica with Sub and Surf BJJ Camp!
I filmed this wrap up video just to share with you guys some of the stuff I showed at my BJJ camp in Costa Rica and people’s reaction and experience learning it.
Many people said it was […]
This is a very simple and fast arm lock for when your opponent tries to escape the mount by throwing his legs around your torso.
You just slide your body up and around whichever arm you want to take and make sure your knee slides over and past the head keeping your knees pinched tight.
Trust me, […]
Just like I promised, we just added MORE videos to the mount maintenance course so if you haven’t seen them yet, check them out.
In this video I give some details on how to better get your leg under your opponents.
First step is getting your leg to the ground, then once you get your leg to […]