Brazilian jiu-jitsu is used as a self-defense system, as a combat sport, and as a fundamental building block in the construction of a MMA fighter. It is an art that houses dozens of styles beneath its umbrella. While there are genres of painting such as romanticism, abstract, and impressionism, the grappling community has their own too.
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Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu, CGJJ, commissioned by Dave Camarillo, and the entire rubber guard system, lovingly created by Eddie Bravo, are but just two of the styles employed today by elite fighters around the globe.
Since its development by Mitsuyo Maeda and the Gracie’s, the sport has been in a state of continuous evolution. Evolution can be defined as a gradual process in which something changes into a different and usually more complex or better form. Like a spoke in a bicycle tire, Brazilian jiu-jitsu is a vital … Read More