Here’s a video showing a BJJ lesson I really didn’t figure out until I was a Brown Belt in Jiu-jitsu. It’s a lesson concerning frames, being patient and escaping from bad positions more effectively. These are ides everyone in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu has been told about from day 1 as a White Belt but I never really quite understood them until later.
As a Brown Belt in BJJ there was a point where I was injured and couldn’t train full speed. But I REALLY wanted to be on the mat. As I’ll explain in the video I did some modified BJJ training where I would roll but spent a lot of time just surviving. During this time I really began to understand patience and being concerned with frames and grips from bad positions.
A lot of times in offensive positions we focus on how to setup grips and be methodical. Whereas when it comes to bad positions you might forget the grips and just push in weird places because you panic and don’t want to be submitted.
So in this video if you struggle in bad positions (I.E Bottom of side control, bottom of mount or someone has back mount on you) then I hope this video is useful to you in your able to both survive and eventually escape.
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