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Exercising and stretching the piriformis is well worth it – try it now with these 10 stretches: 1. Supine Piriformis Stretch 1. Lie on your back with your legs flat. 2. Pull the affected leg toward the chest, ...
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BJJ Competitor Joshua Hahm Lifted and Injured By Opponent Jump Escaping Triangle over at kid Worlds at ontario, California. Hahm writes: "Thank you for those who are praying for Joshua... His neck was injured a...
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Yoga For Bjj shares several posses that can help alleviate back pain
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This is the long out of print video from a purple belt Ryan Hall on guard flexibility for BJJ
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Famous Physical Therapist's Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck describe the signs and tests that may indicate that you have an ACL tear (anterior cruciate ligament) tear.
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Shoulder injuries are very common in BJJ, so learn right now how to avoid them or how to deal with it if you've already got one.
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Renzo Gracie BJJ 2nd Degree Black Belt Karel "Silver Fox" Pravec demonstrates Low Impact BJJ / MMA training when dealing with injuries or working out to improve flowing and/or speed. Should only be attempted under adu...
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Famous Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck demonstrate some different ways to crack your mid-back and low back. These techniques are for educational purposes only. Consult with your Doctor, Physical Thera...
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Warning- Do not try this at home. Brown belt resets his knee after it pops out of place due to a torn meniscus.
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Having strong muscles is important, having strong ligaments and tendons are even more important.
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Pati Fontes losing 3 pounds in order to make weight for the IBJJF No Gi World Championships. This film shows the struggle of jiu jitsu athletes to win top level competition. Parents please watch before sharing with yo...
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Do you ever have jacked up fingers after BJJ training because you fight for grips too much? I was this way for a long time in Brazilian Jiujitsu. With my grip fighting I would hold on to each grip with everything ...
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Some great advice from BJJ player and doctor Tom Peters about what causes injuries in BJJ and how to treat them.
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We stretch to prevent injuries, but these stretches will cause them....
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Oftentimes, when you need relief for back pain, the issues are with your neck, upper back, mid-back, and hips. Although the low back is what hurts, the issues might be elsewhere. In our programs for Brazilian Jiu Jits...
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If you suffer from chronic shoulder pain, orthopedic surgeon John M. Kirsch, M.D, has a simple solution: Ape style Dead Hangs.
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4th degree black belt and MBF practioner talks about how to prevent and deal with injuries.
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Judo Olympic silver medalist Travis Stevens doesn't mess around when it comes to "small" injuries...
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Tightness and stiffness in the neck can occur from fighting off chokes or getting placed in uncomfortable positions in BJJ. Here is a great variation of a neck stretch using a belt (or towel) to help with improving ...
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"Famous" Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck present 10 hip stretches one can do to stop hip pain and increase hip flexibility.
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Here is how grapplers can use a foam roller to get rid of pains.