Today we have a question from a self-proclaimed “Spazzy” White Belt.
He’s curious about the difference between someone who’s the master of a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu techniques vs. someone who knows those same BJJ techniques but is not quite a “master” at them yet.
He says the highest percentage submissions at a high-level competition are always the most basic: Arm bars, kimuras, triangles, rear naked chokes, etc.
He asks if I can explain what the different between a master and a novice of Brazilian Jiu-jitsu using the same techniques?
He can’t understand how the highest-level competitors still get caught in the most fundamental jiu-jitsu techniques.
In this video I’ll try to dive into this question through the lense of “invisible Jiu-Jitsu” and principle founded by Rickson Gracie, plus a few more ideas about learning to “feel” in BJJ.
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