Why I Believe Jiu-Jitsu Can Be Your Best Therapy “Bernardo Faria is a 5x World Champion. Bernardo started training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in Juiz de Fora – MG, Brazil at the age of 14 in 2001. After receiving the Black Belt from his first instructor Ricardo Marques in 2008, He moved to Sao Paulo to join […]

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Ben Askren on Maia’s Wrestling, Maia v Masvidal Fight, Maia v Woodley BJJSCOUT BJJSCOUT

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Despite the intensity in which we train in Jiu Jitsu and the amount of hours we spend rolling on the mat…BJJ remains one of the safest, if not the safest, of the martial arts for injury. But it still happens and the worst part? missing training! So, guys in this video, I talk about dealing […]

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Should you be able to practice Leg Locks in BJJ? I believe most of us will answer this question with Yes. Leg Locks have become such an integral part of Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. Especially in No Gi competitions and rolling. With that said, many coaches in BJJ seem to still hold resistant beliefs towards using leg […]

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What happens when the sport we love, the sport that has changed our lives…starts to bring us down! Well, first of all, this is very common…we all go through this at some period of time. Here are some of my thoughts to reflect on when you are feeling down in BJJ!

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Bernardo Faria answers Question: How can I prevent falling behind when I’m out of BJJ because of an injury? by Mariah Shidell

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Strength is often a physical attribute that gets a bad rap in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. BJJ is all about technique and many people cry foul when someone uses a little bit of power or strength to make things happen. One of our friends recently sent in a question regarding this issue. She is a BJJ White […]

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BJJ Tournament: Sometimes You Have Good Days, Sometimes You Have Bad Days

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Chael Sonnen Interviews Dillon Danis on his Bellator debut & BJJ match against Jake Shields

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