The Inverted Ankle Pick With Hudson Taylor

Guys today I am here with my good friend Hudson Taylor.  Hudson is a purple belt from Marcelo Garcia in NYC, he is one of the most talented guys I know.  Hudson was a NCAA D-1 Wrestler and he had one of the best pinning records ever.  Hudson got his blue belt after 6 months Read more about The Inverted Ankle Pick With Hudson Taylor[…]

Judo Grip Fighting for Jiu-Jitsu with Jimmy Pedro

I had the huge pleasure to visit Jimmy Pedro’s school in Wakefield, Massachusetts. Today, Jimmy is going to show us judo grip fighting for jiu-jitsu. Jimmy is the best judo competitor in U.S. history and also the best judo coach in U.S. history. Jimmy is a 4 times judo Olympian and U.S. judo team coach. Read more about Judo Grip Fighting for Jiu-Jitsu with Jimmy Pedro[…]

The Easiest Takedown For BJJ Players

Takedowns can be a tough task for BJJ players. Especially, when we don’t have any standing background, like wrestling or Judo. I have been doing BJJ for 16 years, but I never had any standing background. Around 2 years ago I started doing Wrestling, and in Brazil I did some Judo, but nothing consistent. Nothing that Read more about The Easiest Takedown For BJJ Players[…]

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Better For BJJ: Wrestling or Judo?

A topic that people tend to ask me is what style of grappling works well to help their Jiu-Jitsu. The two that always come up are Wrestling and Judo. Both are important and work well with Jiu-Jitsu, making for a complete game with standing grappling and ground grappling. But which is right for you? It Read more about Better For BJJ: Wrestling or Judo?[…]