One of the most important skills any Jiu-Jitsu practitioner or any martial artist who wants to learn how to defend yourself in a self-defense situation is the skill of Jiu-Jitsu Movement… especially after a passing the BJJ guard.
In this episode of Dojo VS Street, Matt Bryers (Soul Fighters BJJ Black Belt and 3rd Dan Kobukai Jujitsu Black Belt) shares one of his favorite Jiu-Jitsu Movement Drills and Guard Passing Tips for Self-Defense.
These Jiu-Jitsu Movement drills are focused on using the knee on belly position. Matt gives you some good BJJ Guard Passing Tips that can be used on the Jiu-Jitsu Mat, MMA Fights, 1 vs 1 Street Fights, but also multiple opponent fights.
Dojo VS Street is meant to inspire martial artists to think differently about how to apply their martial arts techniques they learn to real life self defense situations or street fights.
You never know who you are going to face in a street fight. With the rise in popularity of Jiu-Jitsu and MMA, it is important to have some good Guard Passing Tips and Jiu-Jitsu Movement Drills to learn how to fight against multiple opponents or one vs one.