Last week I was in Oklahoma City with BJJ world champions Xande Ribeiro, Rafael Lovato Jr and Victor Hugo as they did their last hard week before ADCC which happens this Saturday, 9/17/22 and 9/18/22 in Las Vegas. Xande is a multiple time ADCC champion and Rafael Lovato Jr is a silver medalist. This will […]
Discussing bjj competition preparation. These posts give hints and tips on the lead up to the competition, what to do the day of competition and how to analyze the results to better prepare for the next one.
This Saturday, Jubera Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competed in the Grappling Industries Tournament and out of 70+ teams represented we came away with second place as a team! We were leading after the Gi divisions, but only had a couple competitors in No-Gi. I am super pumped about the results and showed the hard work that the
When going into a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competition you must be prepared physically and mentally. Part of mental toughness for competition is a consistent routine that will take place before and after the matches. I recommend getting to the competition about an hour and a half before you are supposed to compete. This will give you
On Saturday February 5th, we sent a small crew over over 7 athletes over Grappling Industries Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tournament at the Foothills Fieldhouse in Denver, Colorado. With over 75 teams competing our crew brought home a 5th place finish in the adults gi and no-gi including 5 gold medals, 3 silvers and a bronze. So