Attacks from the single-leg take down defense.
I had a great time meeting our students at RGDA Houston TX yesterday. It is great to see the program growing and the students working together to learn. Thank you Steve and Andy Yount, Manny Reyna and all the students joining us for this seminar. Below is a clip of some of the positions we’ve studied yesterday … Read More
What does it mean for the Jiu Jitsu fighter? Observing nature it is evident that animals regardless of their species are born ready to fulfil their role and become what nature intended them to be. A few examples: Cockroaches as soon as they hatch go about their lives freely. A baby gazelle already knows how … Read More
Source post: “Learning how to fight and Training for a fight” by Prof. David Adiv Quite often people get confused between these two major aspects of the training: 1) Learning how to fight and 2) Training for a fight. Unaware of the difference, people get stuck in a high or in a low gear without progressing … Read More
Repost: The “X” Factor in your training – By Prof. David Adiv During the process of learning Jiu Jitsu you develop an understanding that growing and solving problems happen when you accept yourself as an individual and at the same time accept and respect all persons and the fact that we are different from one another. … Read More
Click here check out Prof. Adiv’s new blog post: “Broaden your reality: Look at your training in a scientific way.”
Click here check out Prof. Adiv’s new blog post: “If you give you will feel better. It’s a law of Nature”