Use Yoga To Get A Better BJJ Inverted Guard?
Use Yoga To Develop An Inverted Guard
Yoga and BJJ Master Sebastian Brosche Shows You How To Use Yoga To Go Inverted
In the world of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, inverted guards are everywhere. A high level BJJ player is going to focus on having an incredibly dynamic guard, and this involves inversions in cases where the player on top stacks to pass. Having a way to generate power and attack from inverted positions can be a very effective way to prevent exposing your defense to being stack passed. So how exactly can we learn inversions without facing injury?
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It is often suggested to cross train Yoga with your Brazilian Jiu Jitsu training. Maybe you have heard this before and thought it was strange. Or maybe you thought yoga is for soccer moms to do in their spare time. Well, yoga is actually incredibly beneficial for BJJ and all grappling martial arts. The first thing, and most obvious, are the physical benefits yoga can have for your. It is very good at increasing your flexibility, your core strengths, and your overall physical fitness. It is these benefits that you can use to improve your inverted guard. Today Yoga and BJJ Master Sebastian Brosche is going to demonstrate how to use Yoga to improve your inverted guard. Brosche is a Swedish born yoga enthusiast and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt under Eduardo Rios. Brosche is well known for his website (Yoga for BJJ), a pioneering platform used by thousands of BJJ practitioners, which advocates yoga and its benefits for grapplers by displaying a series of programs specifically designed to help these practitioners. Let us watch Brosche demonstrate yoga for improving inverted guard. Check out the video below!
So there you have it. That was some great Yoga instruction for improving your inverted guard. No matter what guard you favor, the improved flexibility that your hips will experience as a resulted of concentrated yoga study will do wonders. Even with the smallest percentage of improved range of motion in your hips, you will instantly have better high guard in closed guard. You will be more likely to recover guard if your opponent attempts to pass with the increased flexibility.