When there isn’t time to discuss the history and theory of BJJ in class, you can find some answers here.
Drilling versus Rolling
People often ask me which one is most important: drilling or rolling. Some people really enjoy one more than the other. Some people don’t even want to roll until they think they’ve reached some perceived level of expertise. But let me give you a little tip about my school. I’m probably not going to be […]
Let’s talk about Gi or NoGi. Some people ask if they should be training one way more than the other. Or they ask what my preference is. Honestly, I can handle myself with or without the Gi, which is why I think it’s important to train in both. At least until you’re comfortable with the […]
What does it mean to be a good training partner? Well, first it’s important to understand that there is a huge difference between being a good training partner and being the best training partner. And we should all want to try to be the best, for ourselves and our peers. There are a few things […]
Knowing martial arts is a privilege. And part of the privilege is knowing where your art began and how it grew to what it is. It’s not a necessary part of learning the art well, but here at Frequency BJJ, we think it’s important to know your roots. Foundation for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu – Japan […]