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Old 24-Mar-2017, 09:35 PM
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Basic Bodyweight Jiu Jitsu circuit

Audio needs work, but it's written out in the description, and fairly easy to follow, let me know what you think!
https://youtu.be/f3dAC6yAU84
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Old 24-Mar-2017, 10:25 PM
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Wow - you weren't kidding about the audio.

Why start with 3 minutes of skipping? Doesn't seem like a particularly useful movement for BJJ and it adds a piece of equipment to the workout that means you can't just do it anywhere.

I think if you reorganised the movements you could remove those 30 second rest periods. Put the glute bridges and the lunges in the middle somewhere as rest and sort the rest so they don't target the same muscle groups consecutively. Rest is for winners.
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Old 25-Mar-2017, 01:14 PM
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i like this one....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXjP50SOwK4&t=91s
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Audio needs work, but it's written out in the description, and fairly easy to follow, let me know what you think!
https://youtu.be/f3dAC6yAU84
whats the overall aim?

for fitness most of the JJ movement patterns are too complex, plus you probably should have a little more expereince in jiujitsu. 30 seconds is also too short a time for skill development.
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