How do we get better at Jiu Jitsu faster?
First and foremost, be consistent. Second, follow a training path that works for you. Choosing the right training path is crucial. Why? You can be consistent all you want, but if you are consistently learning ineffective skills, then your efforts won't be productive. In fact, you can end up reinforcing bad habits.
For example, if a certain technique is fundamentally flawed, not realistic, or takes a certain amount of strength or flexibility that you lack, then it may be ineffective for you.
Personally, as I get older, I'm less into circus acrobat-type stuff. I want solid techniques that are universally applicable. With an aging body, I understand that I'm not going to be able to make every new technique work well for me.
This is exactly why I created the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Encyclopedia. The techniques in the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Encyclopedia are highly-effective for everybody.
What makes the BJJ Encyclopedia so unique?
The BJJ Encyclopedia is the aggregation of my 20 years of knowledge in the sport. And I have learned from some of the best in the world. Now, you can too.
Like many of you, I have been blessed with a lot of
special encounters in my Jiu Jitsu journey. I've traveled the world in order to train, compete and learn. Besides learning first hand from many of the Gracies
in the early 2000s, I have been mentored by Robson Moura, Ricardo Vieira
and my current professor, Caio Terra. As a competitor, I won the world
masters title as a purple belt in Brazil. I also won the brown belt Adult No Gi (IBJJF) title at middleweight. To this day, I still compete in the
adult and masters divisions.
this book, I impart all my unique experiences and lessons learned. It would take many years and tens of thousands of dollars to even come close to accumulating the information in this book all over again. Plus, I had to be in the right place at the right time just to learn some details of techniques included in this book. In other words, to learn from some of the best, you had to be there. I was. And now I'm sharing this with you. Some of these details have literally shaved 3 to 4 years off of my game. Over the years, I've chosen my training path and incorporated more effective techniques as I encountered them. And they're all inside this book.
You will be able to open a chapter, read it in one sitting and then immediately transfer the information onto the mat.
Even if you just sifted through 10% of this book you, would be able to take away a few techniques that, on their own, would make the book worth getting. You can use any of the techniques in this book to
advance your game and open up your mind. Just putting it together myself
and reviewing it helped my game exponentially. True story, I never got more compliments in my life in Jiu Jitsu than I did when I was working on making this book. It kept my mind focused on Jiu Jitsu and it had a very strong carry-over to my game.
"The mind, once stretched by a new idea, never returns to it's original dimensions." - Ralph Waldo Emerson
What makes the Jiu Jitsu Encyclopedia a must-have book to learn from?
The BJJ Encyclopedia
is a compilation of 15 systematically organized Jiu Jitsu ebooks.
You will get a wealth of Jiu Jitsu knowledge in bite-sized chunks. The format is so easy to follow that a 5-year old could look at it and learn.
The BJJ Encyclopedia includes over 200 different, well-sequenced Jiu Jitsu techniques that will give you a comprehensive understanding of Jiu Jitsu. Whether it's old school techniques or the modern game, you now have an encyclopedia to reference throughout your journey.
Let's take a look at the finer details below...
Of Special NOTE: This ebook has content from the BJJ Elephant, a book we no longer advertise. One key difference is the formatting and length. This ebook has organized chapters geared for more systematic learning coupled with a clickable table of contents. Some readers of the BJJ Elephant noted they had a difficult time navigating the old style booklet. This booklet reads smoothly.
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About Your Professor
BJJ Black Belt, Pan Am Champion & Former Division I Wrestler
I earned my black belt from Phil Migliarese (a Relson Gracie Black Belt) in 2009. In 2013, I moved to Caio Terra's Academy and lived there for 2 years. I have competed all over the globe and won a gold medal at brown belt Pan
Ams (IBJJF) among other competitions. I currently compete as a black
belt in the adult division, and I love it.
"I remember when I got here from Brazil and I met Ken Primola. We became friends and he was a great training partner for me. Ken helped me out for a lot of my tournaments."
7 x Adult Black Belt World Champion IBJJF, Member of the IBJJF Jiu Jitsu Hall Of Fame
"Ken was a fantastic student at the Brasa Academy in Rio (now Checkmat Brazil HQ). It's awesome that someone with a solid wrestling background is still willing to improve in other styles. He is definitely one the better technicians I have met."
IBJJF Adult Black Belt World Champion
"Had an awesome wrestling training session with D.J. Jackson, Sodiq Yusuff (current UFC star) and Coach Ken Primola. Coach Primola tuned up my takedown game and made it that much more dangerous. I then brought Ken down to teach a week long workshop at my academy in Miami."
4 x ADCC Competitor and Medal Winner
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