Jiu-Jitsu is a Japanese martial art and Jiu-Jitsu techniques are used for fighting an armed and armored opponent in which the performer uses no weapon or only a light weapon. Jiu-Jitsu is translated as “soft or subtle art”. Jiu-Jitsu techniques were developed in Japan to fight against samurai without weapons.
It is a subtle art that has not only self-defense benefits but is also a good exercise or physical activity. While there are different kinds of Jiu-Jitsu techniques that specialized sports classes teach in Canada, not everyone has time, money or desire to join an actual Jiu-Jitsu training school. For both amateur and professional fighters, various YouTube channels will teach Jiu-Jitsu techniques in an easy and comprehensive way. They are also great to enhance your performance if, for example, you have a white Jiu-Jitsu belt and want to learn more techniques to get you to the black belt. Here is our list of the 7 best YouTube channels that do a great job at teaching or improving your Jiu-Jitsu techniques:
1. STEPHAN KESTING:
Stephan Kesting is a martial arts expert who teaches Jiu-Jitsu techniques on his YouTube channel with many videos that teach the basics of this arts. He has a black belt in Jiu-Jitsu and is the owner of the website Gapplearts, which is popular among martial art lovers.
2. ROY DEAN:
Roy Dean is a martial arts expert who has a black belt in Jiu-Jitsu and various other techniques. His academy called the Roy Dean Academy teaches martial arts. His YouTube channel is a good way to learn Jiu-Jitsu techniques.
3. JASON SCULLY:
Jason Scully has a black belt and his Youtube channel’s mission is to polish your Jiu-Jitsu techniques and skills. His videos are quite popular among Jiu-Jitsu lovers.
Here is the link: www.youtube.com/user/jasculs
4. GRACIE BREAKDOWN:
It is a YouTube channel run by two brothers who also run a Jiu-Jitsu academy based in California. Rener Gracie is Jiu-Jitsu black belt. This YouTube channel is quite effective in teaching some useful new techniques to the ones who want scenario-based learning.
It’s another popular Jiu-Jitsu channel on YouTube. It is dedicated to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu techniques. Nick Albin is the instructor who is a black belt and run the academy by the name of Chewjitsu Gym is USA, which specifically focuses on Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
The link to the channel is: www.youtube.com/user/chewybjj
6. JIU-JITSU BROTHERHOOD:
Jiu-Jitsu Brotherhood is a global channel where Jiu-Jitsu lovers and enthusiasts join hands and help each other in learning new Jiu-Jitsu techniques. Members have different belts and the ones with greater knowledge share their techniques so that the others can learn. This is a helpful community and they also have a website.
7. KIT DALE:
Kit Dale is a martial art trainer and has an academy by the name of Kit Dale Training. He is a professional fighter based in Australia and gives great tips and tricks on Jiu-Jitsu techniques about on his YouTube channel. Jiu-Jitsu martial arts techniques require vigorous physical activity. This can often lead to sports injuries whose healing can be swiftly sped up using our Whole Body Cryotherapy sessions that so many amateur and professional fighters and other athletes use regularly. Call us or email us today to schedule your FREE consultation.
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