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This Weeks Expert: "Vitor Shaolin" Ribeiro
TECHNIQUE OF THE WEEK
When we film techniques with our experts, sometimes we end up with some extra footage. A lot of times it's stuff that doesn't quite fit with the flow of the techniques we are showing for the month.In this case, it was an amazing collection of little secrets and tips for playing spider guard. One of our most popular experts to date, Vitor 'Shaolin' Riberio shows us some killer details for improving your results when playing in spider. Give these a try next time you roll and let us know how they worked for you!.... WATCH NOW >

Vitor Ribeiro


Lifestyle and Opinion

JIU-JITSU JUST FOR FUN
- SOUL ROLLERS

Surfboard BJJ Car

About 25 years ago I was stationed at the Cherry Point MCAS, on the coast of North Carolina. A few of us used to go down to the beach in Morehead City on a pretty regular basis, and it was there that I first got hooked on the beach culture lifestyle.

I had a friend named Ed who surfed. With the small exception of a barely legal Marine Corps haircut, he looked the part. (At least to me… I grew up in the Midwest and had never seen the ocean before, let alone a real life surfer.) ... READ >

Bjj Power Play

With Jimmy Pedro
All Jiu-Jitsu matches start from standing, but at a lot of schools rolling starts from the knees. Some traditional Judo throws and take downs can be extremely effective and put you in a better position than pulling guard if completed successfully. In this episode of Judo for Jiu-Jitsu Jimmy Pedro, 4x Olympian and coach of the US Olympic Judo team shares a really nice technique that you can put to work in your game.... WATCH NOW >

Jimmy Pedro


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Featured Competitions

The Northwest Submission Challenge
- April 23rd, Boise Idaho

Northwest Submission ChallengeThe Northwest Submission Challenge tournament is being held April 23rd 2011 in Boise, ID.

From Tren Long, the promoter "We attract some of the top grapplers from across the northwest with an effeciently ran tournament with awesome prizes and solid referees. All of our refs take a reffing clinic from Andrew Correa before the tournament. We strive to make this tournament a family friendly experience with divisions for kids, teens, men, women, and executives. We start at 9am with 6 mats and all the finals for each division will be filmed and put on youtube after the tournament."

They have some great sponsors and it looks like a great time so definately check it out if you are looking for a competition in the area. ... READ >

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