It’s Science: Mackenzie Dern

It’s Science: Mackenzie Dern

It’s Science: Mackenzie Dern Full study (including all the stats and info from the study) will be available in the next issue of Jiu Jitsu Style Magazine Notable Study Stats: +53% submission percentage (73% in wins) 38% of submissions were footlocks Scored first in 8/11 wins Winning percentage of 72% 42% of sweeps occurred from … Continue reading

Jiu Jitsu Science: Braulio Estima

Jiu Jitsu Science: Braulio Estima

Braulio Estima Statistics It’s Science is back feat. the controversial Braulio Estima. To read this full artcle be sure to pick up of the upcoming issue of Jiu Jitsu Style Magazine. Here’s a taste along with some of the raw data. —- Notable Study Stats: 60% of passes were from spider guard or X-guard 93% … Continue reading

It’s Science: Bernardo Faria

It’s Science: Bernardo Faria

Notable Study Stats: His win percentage was approximately 87% 88% of his passes occured from half guard Sweep to Pass Ratio of 17/13 (very balanced) 50% of submissions occurred from the back Average match length was approximately 7 minutes 52% of passes were reverse sitting half guard passes Scored first in 13/15 matches Pulled or … Continue reading

Respect Jiu Jitsu -1 Google Hangout Stream

Respect Jiu Jitsu -1 Google Hangout Stream

Watch the Respect Jiu Jitsu -1 live Google Hangout and YouTube stream here! The event kicks off at 7pm, with our broadcast beginning just prior. The link will not work until we are live, so don’t freak out :). Be sure to interact with Tyler and Phil during the Respect Jiu Jitsu. Ask for certain views … Continue reading

It’s Science: Lucas Lepri

It’s Science: Lucas Lepri

It’s Science: Lucas Lepri Our latest edition of It’s Science features Lucas Lepri. The full article will be published in the next edition of Jiu Jitsu Style Magazine. To see all the awesome graphics and full-data model be sure to subscribe or pick up the next issue. See all previous issues for past subjects. Notable … Continue reading

Podcast #17: Gianni Grippo & Joao Faria

Podcast #17: Gianni Grippo & Joao Faria

The Science of Jiu Jitsu Podcast is back!!!! We are better than ever, and kickoff our fall shows with a bang. Gianni Grippo and Joao Faria both stop by to share their thoughts on BJJ,Halloween costumes, and the evolution of sport jiu jitsu. We discuss the upcoming Copa Podio and Metamoris match-ups, discuss fall jiu … Continue reading

It’s Science: Keenan Cornelius

It’s Science: Keenan Cornelius

Abstract: All matches observed of Keenan Cornelius, used in this small sample, occurred at IBJJF events, inside his weight division, and in the years 2013-2014. Only techniques, occurrences, and outcomes that were recorded are displayed in the data below (i.e. if no butterfly sweeps occurred, there will not be a representation of that in the … Continue reading

New Fuji Suparaito Gi Review

New Fuji Suparaito Gi Review

By: Tyler Bishop Preface: The new Fuji Suparaito gi is the newest addition to the Fuji line. It is designed as the ideal lightweight kimono. It’s built to be both an everyday training gi for the warmer months, and as a true competition gi for when you really need those extra lbs for weigh-in’s.They currently … Continue reading

It’s Science: Gianni Grippo

It’s Science: Gianni Grippo

Full Article In The Next Issue Of Jiu Jitsu Style Magazine Notable Study Stats: • 100% of passes were of a leg drag variety • No sweeps or passes occurred from half-guard • Won 80% of his matches • Submitted his opponent in 50% of wins • Scored first in every match he won • … Continue reading