Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

On the mats and in life you meet certain people that stand out and professor Brian Marvin is one of those people.

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Everyone that trains in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu always wants to get the submission.

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Although he is only 31 years old, Marcelo has as much wisdom in BJJ as someone twice his age.

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The De La Riva (DLR) is a unique guard in that it has a variety of ways you can attack your opponent with sweeps, and it is nice that you can pop right into it off of someone breaking your guard.

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The grass is not always greener on the other side, and if you think rolling with an opponent that is smaller than you, as opposed to bigger than you, is a great thing you have another thing coming.

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The life of a BJJ practitioner at 200 pounds seems to be you either get opponents that weight 50 pounds less than you, or you are stuck with the guys that weigh 50 pounds more.

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Everyone’s favorite position in MMA has finally made it to this column.

Passing the guard is one of the hardest things to do in grappling.

The triangle is one of the premier submissions from the guard position.

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This is another collaboration between Kevin Howell and a high level BJJ black belt, Saulo Ribeiro, who is very respected within the industry.

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