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    Rio Hosts The Third Leg Of The Abu Dhabi Grand Slam

    Rio Hosts The Third Leg Of The Abu Dhabi Grand Slam

    Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, 24th October, 2017: The UAE Jiu-jitsu Federation® (UAEJJF), the official authority for the sport of jiu-jitsu in the United Arab Emirates, announces the third leg of the most prestigious jiu-jitsu world tour, to be held in Rio de Janeiro on 10th, 11th and 12th November at the Carioca Arena.

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    VIDEO: Felipe Pena “Preguiça” Shows A Kneebar From The Inverted De La Riva

    VIDEO: Felipe Pena “Preguiça” Shows A Kneebar From The Inverted De La Riva

    ADCC absolute world champion, Felipe Pena "Preguiça" is one of the biggest names in jiu-jitsu nowadays. Known for his refined technique, the black-belt has a versatile game and great positions to submitted any opponent. In this video of your YouTube channel, Pena showed step by step how to fit to dangerous kneebar from the inverted de la Riva. Pay attention to the details taught by Preguiça and add this technique to your game.

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    Keenan Cornelius: How To Innovate Technique

    Keenan Cornelius: How To Innovate Technique

    Jiu-jitsu can be defined in many different ways. It has been regarded as a sport, a form of self-defense and, of course, a martial art. However, it should also be viewed as an art of self-expression. Like fine art, your jiu-jitsu is a reflection of your mind and your body. The way you think and the way your body works is what defines the type of techniques you use and develop. Jiu-jitsu becomes unique for every individual that uses it, and this is what makes the game we play so beautiful. For upcoming jiu-jitsu phenom, Keenan Cornelius, this couldn’t be any more true.

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    Gi Stories: Sourcing In Pakistan Part II

    Gi Stories: Sourcing In Pakistan Part II

    To give a bit of background, before leaving on his trip, Scott had to sign a waiver with the CIA in order to get his visa approved. This waiver essentially laid out one simple, but important, release of liability; if he were to go missing in Pakistan, they weren’t coming to get him, he would be on his own. He signed it without giving it too much thought, and was on his way.

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    5 Reasons Why Overtraining Is Dangerous

    5 Reasons Why Overtraining Is Dangerous

    When I began to study grappling, I had an obsession with the quantity of training I would do. My goal was always to do more training sessions and to train harder and longer in each session. If I didn’t train twice a day, I would feel guilty that I had wasted valuable mat time. Like many Westerners, I suffer from the “more is better” mentality. We are all taught through various overt and subliminal sources that we constantly need to be doing more, achieving more and amassing more.

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