Gi and No Gi grappling in BJJ

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu or BJJ is getting more popular today. In my opinion, any individual, who is interested in learning this sport must start at an early age. In such a way, he can enhance his skills, practice moves or techniques and grow up with a stronger body. The earlier you start your Jiu-Jitsu training, the more time you will have in mastering the sport. Remember that this has something to do with fighting and you can only join a real match, if your coach or instructor can see that you are competitive enough and capable of fighting.

You may be watching various BJJ matches as an encouragement to fight. But, before those people reached those matches, they have gone through a lot of sacrifices. They need to seriously attend trainings and spend more time with their coaches to practice different techniques. You just don’t know how many times they fell, but did not give up because they would like to reach their dream of being a popular BJJ athlete someday. Well, I guess every Jiu-Jitsu fighter must have that dream, so that they can turn this sport into a career.

It is not that easy to have a career in BJJ, especially if you are weak. So, you need to be strong enough and have determination as well as passion for this sport. With such personality and trait, it is not far to be someone like the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fighter Yuri Simoes. Do you know that this BJJ fighter is good at grappling? I think this technique made him popular and it is also the same technique, which brought him to where he is right now.

Who is Yuri Simoes?

Yuri Simoes is a successful BJJ fighter and he is competitive enough, when it comes to grappling strategies. He … Read More