A Deeper Knowledge Of The Simple Techniques Gives More Effective Jiu-Jitsu.
Developing a deep knowledge and skill of a smaller number of basic BJJ moves and their underlying concepts is far more effective than constantly chasing new techniques but not really having a deep understanding of their usage nor developing them into a reliable skill of unconscious reflex.
Early on in learning Jiu-Jitsu, It’s easy to get caught up in the constant search for newer and crazier techniques and your approach to Jiu-Jitsu often becomes an arms race to find something new your opponent hasn’t seen before.
Head Instructor Adam Sparrow & Student James Parkin, recently completed a 3 day instructor training course in Cambridge with our affiliate team Escapology BJJ led by instructors Tom Barlow (2nd degree Black Belt) & Chelsea Leah (1st Degree Black Belt) held at their gym, Rolling Dojo in Cambridge.
We are excited to announce our next double super seminars at Pure Art BJJ Portsmouth with Tom Barlow (2nd degree black belt and 3X world champion) & Chelsea Leah (1st degree black belt and world champion) whose Escapology BJJ team we are affiliated with!