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BJJ and strength & conditioning have had a rocky relationship. The prevailing message was technique is all that matters, and using strength is considered a bad technique. But the meta is changing as BJJ slowly becomes more professional, with rulesets encouraging wrestling. But many BJJ practitioners get themselves into problems such as injury or burnout by finding Powerlifting or Bodybuilding programs to plug and play. Soon, they abandon strength & conditioning as it “didn’t work for them.” So, how can you appropriately implement strength & conditioning to maximize BJJ performance? Is Strength Important In BJJ? There is very little research...

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There are two ways to divide your training for BJJ or Grappling. It is important that we attack each one separately in order to fully grasp the situation. First one is to prepare your Body for Jiu Jitsu. And the second one is to Prepare your Mind for Jiu Jitsu.

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Understanding the various uses of "OSS" is crucial when examining its definitions. The usage includes greetings, providing answers to inquiries, complimenting opponents' abilities, and more. OSS, this phrase, which derives from Japanese martial arts, is rather general. Similar to how the US Marines shout "OOH-RAH," it is an especially enthusiastic manner to affirm something or someone. What does OSS mean? Many Brazilian Jiu Jitsu schools as well as other martial art systems utilize the name "OSS." There are two potential meanings for the word "OSS" or "OSU," which is pronounced "ohss," but its exact origins are unknown. It is derived...

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From Blue Blue BJJ Belt to Black BJJ belt we share all and what it takes to earn the most prestigious ranking tokens in the field of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and what makes a person really worth all of them.

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