Being new to BJJ and Transitioning to Brazilian Jiu-jitsu has it’s advantages. While everyone else, who is new to grappling, is learning how to shrimp and do front rolls. You can already do solid takedowns, hold side control and mount, and just have experience grappling. Being a former wrestler provides the benefit of providing lots […]

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Firas Zahabi talks plateaus and a whole lot more in his latest ask and answer session!

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Eddie Bravo on his altercation with Michael Bisping at MMA awards

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Bernardo Faria answers: How To Ask The Higher Belts To Roll  

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In this episode I answer your questions on 50/50 as a tiebreaker and more. Please send any future questions to zahabimailbag@gmail.com

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In this vlog I discuss two very simple and easy things that you can do…right now, that will transform your progress in BJJ. They are simple to understand and simple to do…that’s what I call them hacks. Check out the vlog. Give them a try and let me know how it works on your own […]

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Getting back after injuries in BJJ is tough. And for some, the thought of returning to BJJ competitions is even more difficult. This is the situation our friend finds himself in BJJ following back to back injuries. Our friend Stu was out of Brazilian Jiu-jitsu training for nearly 2 years with a series of injuries. […]

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Should BJJ White Belts learn Leg Locks in BJJ? This is a question I received from one of the viewers recently. And it’s a great question because it’s one that comes up a lot. Oftentimes there is a myth in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu that practicing leg locks will lead to lots of injuries. I even thought […]

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  Cesar Gracie is a member of the Gracie family, having been graded as a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt by Carlos Gracie Senior‘s son, BJJ red belt Master Robson Gracie. Cesar Gracie spent his youth divided between the USA and Brazil, but settled in the United States in the early 1990’s where he opened his own academy, that same […]

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