Tag Archives: BJJ Blackbelt Mike Rethmeyer

Rest and Recovery For Jiu-Jitsu

When the term “R and R” is used it usually means “rest and relaxation,” but you’re a jiu-jitsu practitioner, so chances are you’re juggling a career, training, strength and conditioning, drilling, competing, researching the latest and greatest moves from Jiu-Jitsu

Kids are Back in School

Kids are back to school, summer is over and we can get back to our normal routines. Now is a better time than ever to get started in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu! Jiu Jitsu will help your child with many things

move of the week (NO-GI EDITION) X-Guard Pass into side control or omoplata lock or triangle choke

On this move of the week (NO-GI EDITION) I am teaching one an X-Guard Pass into side control or omoplata lock or triangle choke. Great advance technique for NO-GI but it can also be used in GI Jiu-Jitsu. Hope you

BJJ Tips from BJJ Blackbelt Mike Rethmeyer

“Shrimp, posture, upa and submission escapes should be a main focus point for the beginner student” “Hook guard/X-guard, De La Riva guard/ Spider guard, quarter guard/deep half guard, 50/50 guard/ X-guard are great guard combinations. To develop them, pick 3