The Double Under Guard Pass in BJJ was one of the first Guard Passes I ever learned in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. And over the years I’ve learned or figured out a ton of different variations of the pass. In this video I share two different Double Under Stack Pass variations, when the person pushes their knees […]

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Have you ever wondered why there seems to be two different Jiu-Jitsu styles? In this video, Ryan explains the differences and history of one of the largest families in Jiu-Jitsu.

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Are you a White Belt in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu who feels better when they roll with a Higher Belt? This is the question I received from Brianda who asked, ” I’ve been training for four months and I know I’m improving a lot (everybody tells me), but when I roll with white belts. Why do I […]

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BJJScout Shares Some Thoughts On Aftermath Of Maia’s title shot

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Professor Gustavo Gasperin breaks down the most anticipated rematch in BJJ history: Roger Gracie vs Marcus “Buchecha” Almeida.

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“Ashi Garami” – is relatively easy to get to but also relatively easy to escape. In this sequence Rob Biernacki shows you how to move from the Ashi Garami to the “411 Position”, which is the most powerful, hardest to escape position in all of leg locking.

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BJJ Scout Weighs in Again On what to Expect From Maia’s Title shot

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Not often spoken about but a reality in our sport. It’s a complicated subject and I think needs to be tackled and spoken about with honesty. Here are some of my thoughts. Enjoy the video and let me know your own thoughts…

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Toquinho Returns With An Intense Heel Hook

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This video will be the beginning of an ongoing series of a Half Guard and Butterfly Guard series I plan to do. I wanted to go over some aspects of the Half Guard and Butterfly because many of you have asked me questions about it and you wanted to know more about my actual game. […]

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