Posted on March 13, 2020
With the world preparing for a zombie apocalypse in the form of Covid-19, many BJJ gyms around the world have temporarily closed until the situation has calmed down. If your gym remains open, you may not be comfortable rolling in a group setting either.
So can you still get better and continue to train BJJ through solo at-home drills? You sure can! We’ve put together a collection of solo BJJ drills below that you can do at home to help your jiu jitsu stay sharp during these weird times.
Professor Phillip Wyman, a Ribeiro Jiu-Jitsu black belt shows us 8 solo drills that you can do at home.
This short circuit is great for warming up, but also great to keep your jiu jitsu muscle memory in form.
One of our favorite Youtubers Nick Albin (Chewjitsu) goes over three BJJ drills that are incredibly helpful for developing a crazy guard passing game. He also goes into explaining the concepts and exactly how they will work in competition or sparing.
This is a solid circuit training series for Brazillian Jiu Jitsu and No-gi Grappling that goes over a lot of different pass and transition variations, as well as different body mechanic workouts.
Eli Knight shows some really cool – and practical solo drills that you can do to build your bottom guard game. Focusing on mobility and fluidity only using a throwing bag or heavy bag.
5X World Champion Bernando Faria and Mike Perry show you a crazy effective kettlebell workout that you can do from your living room. This efficient workout doesn’t requite much space and focuses on building up your speed, strength, grips, and overall conditioning.
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