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  • Ricardo De la Riva - Beat Him at...

    7 Videos

  • Mikey Musumeci - Beyond the Beri...

    5 Videos

  • Andre Glavao - Exploring Closed ...

    6 Videos

  • Jocko Willink - Discipline on th...

    5 Videos

  • Kristian Woodmansee AP De la Riv...

    32 Videos

  • Henry Akins - Hidden Jiu-Jitsu C...

    4 Videos

  • Eduardo Telles - Turtle Guard Sw...

    6 Videos

  • Leandro Lo - Both Sides of the D...

    3 Videos

  • Travis Stevens - Olympic Grips a...

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  • Isaque Bahiense - From Takedown ...

    4 Videos

  • Magid Hage - Working the Choke

    5 Videos

  • Lucas “The Hulk” Barbosa - Taked...

    7 Videos

  • Josh Hinger - The Hingertine

    6 Videos

  • Garry Tonon - Leg Locks

    5 Videos

  • Pete “The Greek” Letsos - Master...

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  • Mackenzie Dern - Koala Guard, Su...

    5 Videos

  • Ryron and Rener Gracie - Gracie...

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  1. Erik Paulson - The Art of Catch

    5 Videos

    Erik Paulson is the quintessential fighter, a black belt in Judo, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Tae Kwon Do, Shooto Champion, Catch Wrestling, and all around Mixed Martial Artist. His bruising style of jiu-jitsu incorporates Catch-as-catch-can elements you wont find from any other instructor in the world.

  2. Ricardo De la Riva - Beat Him at His ...

    7 Videos

    Very few in the world of jiu-jitsu ever rise to the level of creating a position, let alone one of the most popular guards in modern jiu-jitsu. Ricardo De la Riva is the father of the De la Riva guard, played by many of the world's best. In this series of videos we interview De la Riva on his personal history and the history of the guard that bears his name. We also show his own secrets on how to defeat his guard and more!

  3. Mikey Musumeci - Beyond the Berimbolo...

    5 Videos

    Mikey Musumeci is just one of four Americans to win an IBJJF World Championships at Black Belt. In this video series Mikey shows us a five Berimbolo techniques from De la Riva guard that you can use to surprise and submit your opponent.

  4. Andre Glavao - Exploring Closed Guard

    6 Videos

    Multi-time IBJJF and ADCC Champion, and the winningest coach in modern jiu-jitsu, Andre Galvao demonstrates some amazing techniques from the closed guard and beyond.

  5. Jocko Willink - Discipline on the Mats

    5 Videos

    Decorated Navy SEAL, jiu-jitsu black belt, and true warrior, Jocko Willink wants to show you some techniques he's picked up over the years. Jocko's punishing style will instill discipline in your opponents whether they like it or not!

  6. Kristian Woodmansee AP De la Riva Guard

    32 Videos

    World Champion Techniques and Concepts on the De la Riva Guard, with Kristian Woodmansee. Learn Advanced Techniques from both Top and Bottom of the De la Riva Guard.

  7. Henry Akins - Hidden Jiu-Jitsu Concepts

    4 Videos

    Jiu-jitsu at its core, was developed for smaller, weaker individuals to defend themselves against larger and stronger opponents. With this principle in mind, we hear the term “leverage” thrown out a lot when it comes to that David and Goliath struggle. However, there are a number of other concepts that are applicable in achieving this objective of technique conquering strength. In this article, Henry Akins is going to discuss with us two simple co...

  8. Eduardo Telles - Turtle Guard Sweeps ...

    6 Videos

    Nobody has used the turtle guard in competitive jiu-jitsu more effectively than Eduardo Telles. Eduardo hails from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. His martial arts career began as a young teenager with karate. At about the age of 17, his karate school began teaching jiu-jitsu. Eduardo’s first instructor was Fernando Yamasaki, whose brother is UFC referee, Mario Yamasaki.
    - Issue 41

  9. Leandro Lo - Both Sides of the De La ...

    3 Videos

    In every sport there are those few dynamic athletes that when they take the court, field, or ring a hush comes over the crowd. Eyes widen in anticipation, and there’s absolute silence before an eruption of cheers. One athlete in particular comes to mind when I think of the above description. That athlete is Leandro Lo.
    - Issue 55

  10. Travis Stevens - Olympic Grips and Ta...

    8 Videos

    Travis Stevens is an American born grappler who’s been involved in martial arts since he was just a kid.
    - Issue 54

  11. Isaque Bahiense - From Takedown to T...

    4 Videos

    At just 21 years old, the young phenom Isaque Bahiense is already making waves his first year in the black belt division. After a remarkable showing in this year’s Pan Am Championship, defeating jiu-jitsu legend and super-competitor Romulo Barral, Isaque has a bright future ahead of him.
    - Issue 54

  12. Magid Hage - Working the Choke

    5 Videos

    Magid Hage grew up in the lifestyle we all know and love. He has, however, created a lifestyle all his own. Maybe it’s the dreadlocks, but I swear that Reggae music starts playing the second Magid walks into any room.
    - Issue 51

  13. Lucas “The Hulk” Barbosa - Takedowns,...

    7 Videos

  14. Josh Hinger - The Hingertine

    6 Videos

    As one of the oldest and most veteran members of the Atos Competition Team, Josh Hinger has earned the respect of his teammates and opponents through years of grit and hard work. He may not have had the same sudden rise to glory many of his younger teammates have, but the 35-year-old grappler has certainly earned his place amongst the best in the world. Last year, Hinger won his first No-Gi World Championship and has been on the warpath ever since,...

  15. Garry Tonon - Leg Locks

    5 Videos

    Garry started his grappling career as a high school wrestler, later he discovered jiu-jitsu and earned his black belt under Tom DeBlass in Brunswick, New Jersey. When Garry’s not on the road he’s back home in New Jersey teaching at Brunswick BJJ nearly every day. Garry’s nickname is the “Lion Killer” for his use of the Mata Leao (lion killer in Portuguese), also known as the rear naked choke. However, Garry’s become known as a leg lock specialist d...

  16. Pete “The Greek” Letsos - Mastering T...

    2 Videos

    Pete “The Greek” Letsos started training at the age of 16 years old under the tutelage of Carlson Gracie. Over the years training jiu-jitsu he would eventually cross the paths of several well known figures in the jiu-jitsu world. He’s had plenty of mat time with Carlos Gracie Jr. and BJ Penn to name a few. If you ever run into Pete, I’m sure he’ll have a story or two to tell you. For the most part, these days, Pete trains and teaches out of Rio Jiu...

  17. Mackenzie Dern - Koala Guard, Submiss...

    5 Videos

    MACKENZIE LYNNE DERN IS AT THE TOP OF THE JIU-JITSU WORLD. She is arguably the most popular female jiu-jitsu athlete and one of the most recognizable figures in the sport. Sporting an undefeated MMA record and having signed with the UFC, Mackenzie has also won the Abu Dhabi World Pro Championship and a World Championship as a black belt, she’s living every jiu-jitsu athlete’s dream.
    - Issue 36

  18. Ryron and Rener Gracie - Gracie Jiu-...

    6 Videos

    The Gracie name is known around the world for being the pioneering family behind Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. In the early 1900s, it was Helio and Carlos Gracie who pushed the virtues of the gentle art to the masses.
    - Issue 44

  19. Gordon Ryan - Attacks From In the D...

    8 Videos

    Gordon Ryan has two first names. But that’s about only the thing that Gordon has in common with mere mortals.
    - Issue 45

  20. AJ Agazarm - Knee on Belly, Triangle,...

    3 Videos

    AJ Agazarm might not be a world champion yet, but there’s one thing for sure, he knows how to put on a show. In this videos the Florida Boy is going to show us a nice little sweep from reverse De La Riva, a pass from there that does a great job of controlling your opponent’s hips and finally a triangle from knee on belly that you’ll be anxious to slap on your friends at class.
    JJM 360 Issue - 1.3

  21. Ethan M. Kreiswirth, PhD, ATC - Grapp...

    6 Videos

    Kinesiology Tape was invented in the 1970’s by Japanese chiropractor Kenzo Kase, since then it’s been used by athletes around the globe and has been the subject of countless studies and research. In this article we will focus on tape applications for pain reduction and overall joint support while training. Additionally, reduction of acute swelling has been seen with various taping techniques with Kinesiology Tape. Skin contact with tape allows for ...

  22. Geo Martinez - Guard Break, Calf Slic...

    5 Videos

    Geo “Freakazoid” Martinez. If you don’t know who Geo is then you need to pay a little more attention to the no-gi grappling scene. Geo is one of the top finishers on the no-gi scene. He’s a black belt under Eddie Bravo and credits much of his grappling success with his roots in breakdancing.
    - Issue 46

  23. Arlo Gagestein - Bodyweight Progressi...

    14 Videos

    Bodyweight squats, lunges, and push-ups are awesome. Whether on the mat, at home, or traveling, bodyweight training is a fantastic way to stay in shape with minimal space and equipment. Often, however, while great for conditioning and muscle endurance, people struggle to actually get STRONGER with bodyweight training alone. Physiologically, strength is increased by progressively placing more and more load on the musculoskeletal system than it is us...

  24. Alberto Crane - Fifty/Zero Guard

    4 Videos

    You can say that Alberto Crane is a throwback to the “anytime, anyplace” mentality. He is a vet in both the jiu-jitsu and MMA arenas. He has been a part of, and seen first-hand, the growth of jiu-jitsu as a sport and as a business. Having had success in both of those very arenas, it’s safe to say that he’s been around the block (and world) a few times, picking up little gems and implementing his ever-growing knowledge into his own practice. That s...

  25. Corey Beasley - Conditioning and Work...

    16 Videos

    We are an accumulation of the experiences that we’ve had up to today. For most athletes, years of training and competition can leave a list of injuries and ailments. Whether it’s daily habits, a rolled ankle, broken bones, or abused joints, these can add up and start to affect our performance. The following videos address common weak links and provide some ideas for addressing these challenges. 
    - JJM 360 Issue 1.2

  26. Alberto Gallazi - TacFit Movement Con...

    7 Videos

    It has been a long held convention that the only way to get stronger meant putting your body under tremendous loads of weight and move it. Although that may be fundamentally true, the approach to getting stronger is getting more refined as we continue to learn more about the body and it’s mechanisms and what that means towards strength development, recover and overall physical wellness.

    Insert “the Captain” Alberto Gallazi, a world renowned str...

  27. Tony Pacenski - To Pass or Not to Pass

    1 Video

    Passing the guard position in jiu-jitsu can be one of the most challenging positions to conquer during a match or during training. It has become commonplace to watch tournament matches decided on who passes the guard and who doesn’t. Such a great amount of time is spent learning how to use the guard effectively and how to pass it, students are taught from week one to open the opponent’s ankles and use fundamental methods to pass the guard. Over the...

  28. Tony Pacenski - The Brazilian Neck Tie

    1 Video

    Tony Pacenski breaks down the Brazilian Necktie’s connection to the past.
    Two techniques that come to mind when applying the Brazilian Neck Tie are an old choke I call the “96” Choke and the Brabo Choke. The beauty of the Brazilian Necktie is how it relates to and looks like the 96 choke using the opponent’s lapel and your leg. However, it feels like a tight Brabo Choke, and at the same time, solves the problem of not being able to finalize the Br...

  29. Abraham Marte - Subs and Sweeps From ...

    6 Videos

    At 6’4” and 240+ lbs. and the nickname “God of War,” it’s difficult to go unnoticed. Abraham Marte is an active jiu-jitsu competitor out of the Dominican Republic. Abraham may be a big guy, but his style of jiu-jitsu doesn’t necessary revolve around it. He showed us the following techniques, many of which do not require tremendous strength.
    - Issue 37

  30. Otavio Sousa - Passes, Armbars and Co...

    5 Videos

    Otavio Ferreira de Sousa, sometimes referred to as “The Steamroller,” has a long competition pedigree. Otavio is a two-time gi world champion at black belt, as well as an absolute winner at brown. Growing up, Sousa’s main instructor was Zé Radiola, who also trained prominent Gracie Barra black belts Braulio and Victor Estima. Otavio’s jiu-jitsu style has made him fun to watch and a top-level competitor. His pressure passing and athleticism are show...

  31. Clark Gracie - The Kimura Grip

    5 Videos

    We first caught up with Clark Gracie a couple years ago. He was coming off a big win at the Pan Ams and all the publicity from his now famous meme that circulated the internet. In fact, Clark even did a guest appearance on Good Morning America following that. A lot has happened since that first interview with Clark. He’s opened two academies in San Digeo, his school affiliation has grown internationally.
    - Issue 39

  32. Alberto Crane - Mastering the Crucifix

    5 Videos

    Alberto made his living as a fighter. Now his focus is more on growing his already successful business and on his students. The former King of the Cage champ and UFC vet, trained jiu-jitsu under Vinicius Magalhães, known to many in jiu-jitsu simply as “Draculino.”
    - Issue 39

  33. Marti Malloy - Judo Throws

    4 Videos

    When we think of Judo, we might immediately think of someone flying head over heels, or getting slammed to the mat.  Although Judo has a full catalog of grappling techniques referred to as “Katame-Waza”, it’s the throwing game, “Nage-Waza”, that jiu-jitsu grapplers will find most useful. Despite the fact that schools across the country will spar starting on the knees, there’s no actual jiu-jitsu tournament that doesn’t start standing up. If you wis...

  34. Rhalan Gracie - Half Guard Passes, Om...

    4 Videos

    Rhalan Gracie, pronounced “hollan” like the country but without the “d”, is the son of Relson Gracie and grandson of Helio Gracie. Relson is the second oldest son of Helio and one of the few living red belts in jiu-jitsu today. To say that Rhalan has strong roots is an understatement.
    - Issue 40

  35. Sergio Machado - Defensive Jiu-Jitsu

    6 Videos

    Sergio’s fascination with jiu-jitsu began in the military. He loved the feeling of competing and it carried over into jiu-jitsu. After originally training with Jean Jacques Machado, (no relation) until he was a purple belt, Sergio eventually received his black belt under Professor Ricardo “Pantcho” Feliciano.
    - Issue 41

  36. Bernardo Faria - Pass, Escape, Choke,...

    3 Videos

    Bernardo describes his game as being very efficient. He focuses his training on the techniques and positions that he’s been doing for years so that when it comes time to compete, he knows each position much better than his opponent might know the counters.
    - Issue 42

  37. Master Claudio Franca - Self-Defense ...

    4 Videos

    As a young child, Claudio had asthma and difficulty breathing. His doctor told his parents they should get him involved in some sort of sport, so they put him in judo and swimming. He didn’t care for the swimming too much, but really enjoyed judo.
    - Issue 42

  38. Milton Bastos - Attacks From the Back

    7 Videos

    Originally hailing from Sao Paulo, Brazil, Milton Bastos résumé showcases an impressive jiu-jitsu background along with a strong wrestling pedigree. As an active competitor and full time instructor, he keeps fairly busy with a life revolving around jiu-jitsu. Now receding in Mountain View, CA, Milton performs the typical day-to-day duties you would expect out of an academy owner. Milton also travels to the local Google offices where he trains the e...

  39. Matt Baker - Controlling and Finishing

    6 Videos

    Matt Baker is a second-degree black belt under Jean Jacque Machado. Over the years, he’s been developing what he calls Trujitsu. According to Matt, it is a foundation of basic rules and concepts that anyone can use, but they’re typically best suited for those of us that aren’t the most athletic or most agile grapplers on the mat. The rules and concepts that he employs in Trujitsu have been observed and documented after competing and referring thous...

  40. Jeff Glover - Submissions From Bad Po...

    7 Videos

    Over the years, Jeff Glover has built up a healthy reputation as being someone that’s very difficult to submit. If you’ve seen any of Jeff’s matches in recent years, you’ve seen that he’s not afraid to give his opponent plenty of opportunities to attack. Whether it’s backing in to an opponent to pull donkey guard or simply sitting down with his back turned, Jeff’s not afraid to take risks.
    - Issue 44

  41. Marcos Tinoco - The ABCs of the Armbar

    4 Videos

    Marcos Silva, who goes by Tinoco is a black belt from Brazil who received his black belt from the legendary Marcelo Garcia. Tinoco was boarn and raised in Brazil and made the move to the States as a purple belt in 2011. In 2013 Marcos moved north to New York City where he would train under Marcelo Garcia after having been given the blessing by his then instructor Juarez Soares.
    - Issue 45

  42. Marcus "Buchecha" Almeida - Mount Att...

    5 Videos

    Many would consider Almeida the best jiu-jitsu competitor today. In 2012, Marcus won both his weight and the absolute divisions at the World Championships. He accomplished what so few people in jiu-jitsu were able to do. Later that year in October, he would face the legendary Roger Gracie at Metamoris 1. Although the match ended in a draw, many would argue Almeida won the match as he was close to submitting Roger. The following two years he would g...

  43. Garry Tonon - Submission Wrestling, G...

    5 Videos

    Over the last few years, Garry Tonon has become a fixture in the submission grappling and no-ni jiu-jitsu scene. From Metamoris to EBI to IBJJF tournaments, Garry has proven himself as one of the sport’s most dominant no-gi jiu-jitsu fighters.
    - Issue 48

  44. João Rocha - Throw, Passes, Chokes, K...

    7 Videos

    After putting on a dominant performance at the 2012 World Championships, winning both his weight and Absolute at Brown and later receiving his black belt, João discovered he had testicular cancer. Through hard work, determination, and those who look out for him, he’s managed to pick up where he left off, - at the top of the jiu-jitsu world.
    - Issue 48

  45. Jon Satava - X-Guard

    5 Videos

    The X-Guard is an advanced position used for an arsenal of offensive techniques. It’s a powerful guard to sweep with as you can unbalance your opponent in every direction and often go directly into a pass. You can use the X-Guard to attack submissions like triangles, omoplatas, and armbars, and it’s tricky to pass, as your opponent’s base and balance are immediately compromised. That’s why many of today’s top competitors employ the X-Guard and its ...

  46. Anderson Silva - Gi Techniques, Bicep...

    5 Videos

    Seldom in sports will someone reach the elite echelon of athletes who will be remembered as the greatest ever was and possibly ever will be. These athletes go down in history as legends. In MMA, however, one name has become synonymous with the title. Anderson “The Spider” Silva.
    - Issue 49

  47. Rodrigo Freitas - Versatil Gi Passes,...

    7 Videos

    Born in Belo Horizonte, Brazil Rodrigo began training in the art of jiu-jitsu as a teenager. Although he originally started in other martial arts, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is the one that stuck.
    - Issue 50

  48. ...and much more!