Gabriel Souza of Inverse Jiu Jitsu secures the Lightweight Championship Belt with a slick armbar from back mount. Highlight of the match below.
Nogi submission sequence from knee slice. Enjoy!
Check out this flying submission by Gordon Kimura.
Short video of a Yoga Flow from Kassidy @Inverse
Gordon Kimura showing a footlock off of the X-Guard trip.
Gordon Kimura showing a sleeve & collar sequence, failed armbar//failed omoplata//calf slicer
Happy hips with Kass
The purple belt is given to someone who is dedicated to practice and is well-versed in a specific game. This belt is the middle ground to becoming a black belt and is arguably the toughest level to get in to and get out of. Enjoy this article by Vincent Inoncillo for ALLDAYBJJ.COM
Yesterday morning we had the pleasure of having Jesus Artesi, an active black belt competitor and friend. He taught us multiple attacks from the guard and counter attacks for defenses. Jesus also cleaned up some basics for us from the closed guard position. Thank you Jesus for the knowledge and hard training.
Some good insight on the second stage of Jiu Jitsu by Vincent Inoncillo of ALLDAYBJJ.com
We are very proud of all of you who put their skills to the test at the 2017 Pan Jiu Jitsu Championship. You are the small percentage of the Jiu Jitsu world that showed up last week. Thank you to all the friends & families that supported our fighters leading up to Pans, we know that a lot is sacrificed when preparing for an event and we're grateful for the support. Thank you to everyone that helped with the travel & accommodations, and keeping the positive vibe during the trip. Thank you to everyone at Shoyoroll/AP/ALLDAYBJJ, you guys are the best! Back to work, lets keep the vibe, train hard, next up Worlds.
We all have good days and bad days and the same goes for jiu jitsu training. Here's a nice article by Jiu Jitsu Times on tapping, learning and moving on.
A cool TEDx on Jiu Jitsu
Last Friday the 28th, we had an awesome time practicing yoga under black light to the beat of EDM. This event supported Tucson's Cause for Canines and was coordinated by our own Yogi Kassidy, also thank you Paul for taking photos. We all had a memorable experience and can't wait for the next one.