If you are training and/or competing in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, you can’t miss our training-related articles.
We included everything from technique, strength, and endurance training to planning your progress and statistics!
Our articles also include bonus material like our free BJJ journaling template, optimized warm-up routine, BJJ calory and macro calculator, and belt promotion time calculator, among many other tips and best practices.
This way, you will get the most out of Jiu-Jitsu and dominate your opponents in no time!
Which Jiu Jitsu stretches can you do to increase hip and shoulder mobility? What is the optimal BJJ stretching routine? When to stretch for BJJ?
Are you struggling to keep up with Jiu Jitsu training? Here’s everything you can do to optimize BJJ recovery, including tips, tools, and supplements.
BJJ has tons of physical and mental benefits, but how many calories does Jiu Jitsu burn? Here are 5 ways to burn even more calories doing BJJ.
What is the best BJJ diet to lose weight and dominate on the mats? Follow 2 easy rules and use our free calory and macronutrient calculator.
Check out the craziest BJJ body transformations in the Jiu Jitsu community and by top athletes like Gordon Ryan, Nicky Rod, and Andre Galvao.
Check out which athlete has the best BJJ physique and learn how to achieve the body of your dreams by doing 4 simple things.
Check out our complete guide covering everything you need to know to achieve unmatched BJJ grip strength. No Jiu Jitsu athlete should miss this.
There may come a time when you need to consider whether it’s time to quit BJJ. If you are thinking about quitting Jiu Jitsu right now, take a deep breath…
Are you unsure if you should do BJJ with glasses or contact lenses? We will explain everything you need to about training BJJ with bad eyesight.
If you want to progress faster and never plateau, you will have to plan, structure and track your BJJ training sessions using a BJJ Journal.
Learn how to structure your BJJ Warm Up by using the right BJJ Warm Up Drills as well as our optimized BJJ Warm Up Routine.
To become the best BJJ athlete you can be, focus on cardio training that crosses over to Jiu Jitsu as much as possible. Here’s how.
Jiu Jitsu’s highest belt achievable today is the Red Belt. The BJJ Red Belt is the last belt and represents a 9th Degree Black Belt.
The BJJ Red Belt is the last belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu’s ranking system and represents a 9th Degree Black Belt.
There are two kinds of BJJ Coral Belts: The Red/Black Coral Belt followed by the Red/White Coral Belt. They succeed the 6th grade Black Belt.
Try to roll as many rounds per BJJ training session as possible. You will need a lot of time to master the movements and techniques.
You CAN train BJJ and keep improving while working a Full-Time Job. You can even compete successfully. Here is how to do it.
On average it takes 11 years to get a BJJ Black Belt according our study. However, some Jiu Jitsu athletes only took 3 years…
On average it takes about 23 months to get a BJJ Blue Belt according to hundreds of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioners on reddit. Use our Promotion Calculator…