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Jim Romig

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Comment from Jim Romig:


Did you know that working some positional awareness and mobility from the crab position is not only insanely beneficial and fun, but also pans out way better when sped up and put to ragtime piano? Chaplain was a genius. Other questions seem to come up as things move along though... how well can your shoulder and/or hip support you when one of your bases of support come up? What about when two bases of support come up? When walking, can opposite limbs move in unison, or does it have to be segmented? Is there even a difference between the two? Shit... let's just answer a couple of those and call it a day, shall we? Crab CrabWalk BodyWeight BodyWeightTraining Mobility MMAWarmUp MMA MobilityForMMA JiuJitsu JiuJitsuWarmUp BJJ BJJWarmUp Grappling ShadowGrappling ChooseWhatYouMove MindfulMovement MindfulFoundation OwnThatShit ListenToYourBody MoveHonestly InternalRootsMovement BalancePointFA FitnessRebellion HipsDontLie

1 Hours ago
jimromig

Jim Romig

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Comment from Jim Romig:


What is up with your piss dog, by the way? Not sure if anyone had asked you that today as of yet, but, here we are. Looks like something about prioritizing stability over a greater range of motion in order to feel where and how our body will try and make shit easier for us, by doing stuff like leaning or twisting. There's probably something in there about connecting the ankles/feet to the rest of the body too, if I know this guy half as well as I think I do. Anyway, there will be a YouTubes instructional up about this later today on the Jim Romig channel. So, be a doll and give it a peep, yeah? Most certainly feel that any MMA, striking, Jits, and grappling folk who want more open and controlled hips will get a hoot out of this one 😉 MMA Grappling Striking JiuJitsu BJJ JiuJitsuWarmUp MMAWarmUp DownDog DownDogForMMA ListenToYourBody MoveHonestly StabilizeToMobilize MindfulMovement MindfulFoundation InternalRootsMovement BalancePointFA IRM FitnessRebellion

2 Days ago
jimromig

Jim Romig

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Comment from Jim Romig:


When you lift up a leg in down dog, does your body shift forward or rotate off to the side? Especially when that knee gets chambered to the outside of the shoulder? How about your connection to the ground... Can you feel the connection to the ground through the planted sole/heel and out through the lifted one? Or do those two feel unconnected and independent of each other? Stabilize the body, mobilize one leg/hip. Spreading the fingers and toes helps out like crazy 😉 MobilityForMMA MMA JiuJitsu BJJ Grappling JiuJitsuWarmUp BJJWarmUp WarmUp DownDog ChooseWhatYouMove WeaknessHunter ListenToYourBody MindfulMovement ThinkWithYourFeet Mobility BalancePointFA StabilizeToMobilize InternalRootsMovement IRM FitnessRebellion MindfulFoundation

5 Days ago
jimromig

Jim Romig

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Comment from Jim Romig:


More down dog for MMA, part deuce. Probably the second half to that last post. I was hoping that crap went somewhere too! MobilityForMMA MMA JiuJitsu BJJ Grappling JiuJitsuWarmUp BJJWarmUp WarmUp DownDog ChooseWhatYouMove WeaknessHunter ListenToYourBody MindfulMovement ThinkWithYourFeet Mobility BalancePointFA StabilizeToMobilize InternalRootsMovement IRM FitnessRebellion MindfulFoundation

6 Days ago
jimromig

Jim Romig

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Comment from Jim Romig:


More Down Dog For MMA- Part One That shirtless guy that seems to have a weird affinity for down dog and bear walks is at it again. Now he's using a wall and claiming that it would be quite beneficial for "MMA folk" (or Jits, striking, or whoever just likes to have stable and dexterous hips). He's probably locking the body down to stabilize it and then proceeding to mobilize in certain areas with the aforementioned stability taking priority over a larger range of motion. Also, being mindful of not resting/leaning on the wall, but using it to drive into with the knee. More control is more better... that sounds legit AF. MobilityForMMA MMA JiuJitsu BJJ Grappling JiuJitsuWarmUp BJJWarmUp WarmUp DownDog ChooseWhatYouMove WeaknessHunter ListenToYourBody MindfulMovement ThinkWithYourFeet Mobility BalancePointFA StabilizeToMobilize InternalRootsMovement IRM FitnessRebellion MindfulFoundation

7 Days ago
jimromig

Jim Romig

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Comment from Jim Romig:


The ministry of silly bear walks, courtesy of Monthy Python MMA. MinistryOfSillyWalks MontyPythonMMA MMA BJJ BJJWarmUp JiuJitsu JiuJitsuWarmUp Grappling HipOpener BalancePointFA BodyWeight BodyWeightTraining ListenToYourBody UnconventionalTraining UnconventionalMovement InternalRootsMovement FitnessRebellion

11 Days ago
jimromig

Jim Romig

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Comment from Jim Romig:


Seeking stability by hunting for instabilities. God damn, there are plenty that will make themselves clear by subjecting yourself to this down dog side leg lift. Is your weight shifting a lot? Can your upper arms continue to externally rotate to help anchor the upper body down? Can you connect the earth through one heel while reaching out through the other? Throw it in to your routine today and take some time to answer these (and many other) questions. Bet those MMA and BJJ folk might get a kick out of this. DownDog WhatsUpWithYourDownDog WeaknessHunter ListenToYourBody OwnThatShit BalancePointFA MMA BJJ JiuJitsu BJJWarmUp JiuJitsuWarmUp Grappling FitnessRebellion InternalRootsMovement UnconventionalMovement UnconventionalTraining UnconventionalFitness HipsDontLie HipOpener

12 Days ago
jimromig

Jim Romig

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Comment from Jim Romig:


Beariocas? Come on, you know you snickered 😉 In all seriousness, that shit gets mad confusing, son. Beariocas BalancePointFA BodyWeight BodyWeightTraining AnimalMovement MatRelay MMA BJJ JiuJitsu BJJWarmUp JiuJitsuWarmUp Grappling InternalRootsMovement FitnessRebellion UnconventionalMovement MovementPuzzle

13 Days ago
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Jim Romig

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Comment from Jim Romig:


More of that wall walking crap. But now, lets work on "stacking" ourselves, yeah? Of course, we are all steering clear of the neck 😉 ShadowGrappling WallWalking CageWalking MMA JiuJitsu BJJ JiuJitsuWarmUp BJJWarmUp WallAssisted ListenToYourBody StayOffYourNeck BalancePointFA InternalRootsMovement IRM FlowToGrow MoveHonestly FitnessRebellion UnconventionalFitness UnconventionalTraining UnconventionalMovement

17 Days ago
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Jim Romig

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Comment from Jim Romig:


Been playing on the wall a lot lately, and after rckrnashty 's glute and hamstring centric routine at balancepointfa yesterday, it got the wheels turning and made me miss being in a cage. So, wall walking and leg threads made their way into my day. Stay off your neck, and get comfortable with climbing up and down the wall before throwing the leg threads in. Gucci? Gucci AF. ShadowGrappling WallWalking CageWalking MMA JiuJitsu BJJ JiuJitsuWarmUp BJJWarmUp WallAssisted ListenToYourBody StayOffYourNeck BalancePointFA InternalRootsMovement IRM FlowToGrow MoveHonestly FitnessRebellion UnconventionalFitness UnconventionalTraining UnconventionalMovement

18 Days ago
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Jim Romig

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Comment from Jim Romig:


You ever try to go "heel-toe" when you crawl around? It's trippy, right? Now, when you do, ever notice how the heel tries to pivot in as it engages the floor? For sure. Minimize that shit and see how that impacts your foot/ankle/knee/hip. Bet you will be pretty surprised at what your body is hiding from and how well it can hide. Crawling BodyWeight BodyWeightTraining ShadowGrappling FlowToGrow FlowYoga AntiRotation FitnessRebellion GetYourPrimateOn TryNewShit BJJ Grappling MMA JiuJitsu BJJWarmUp JiuJitsuWarmUp ThinkFromTheFloorUp ListenToYourBody MoveHonestly BalancePointFA InternalRootsMovement

18 Days ago
jimromig

Jim Romig

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Comment from Jim Romig:


Getting really effective with pigeon walks pays off in spades for your mount game. Imagine supreme tea bagging levels of dropping your hips down all while improving hip/leg articulation and movement/pressure sensitivity. Sounds dope, right? Now, walking pigeons can be a pain to learn, so maybe this voiceless- band resisted movement is worth a look and a go later if that's something you feel inclined to work towards. Fun fact- triangles and arm bars from the top get a whole lot easier (and you get a whole lot heavier) when you can drill your crotch into whoever happens to be beneath you. Lucky them, eh? P.S.- Notice how the shirtless bald monkey here keeps his knee and ankle down the whole time. Notice, damn it!! (It will help protect your knee 😉). BandLoaded LoadedShadowGrappling ShadowGrappling Bands BJJ BJJWarmUp JiuJitsu JiuJitsuWarmUp Grappling MMA UnconventionalMovement UnconventionalFitness UnconventionalTraining Pigeon PigeonWalk PigeonWalkPrep TeaBagStatus TopPressure FlowYoga BalancePointFA InternalRootsMovement IRM FitnessRebellion

20 Days ago
jimromig

Jim Romig

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Comment from Jim Romig:


Hips and core for days, son! Inspired by the delightful band resisted pigeon shenanigans coachpfg posted recently. That man is pure gold! How well can you keep your lower back flat and not allow your ankle to roll as you go? Couple of in questions to keep in mind 😉 BandLoaded HipsDontLie ChooseWhatYouMove MoveHonestly ListenToYourBody Core JiuJitsu MMA BJJ JiuJitsuWarmUp BJJWarmUp Grappling BalancePointFA FitnessRebellion InternalRootsMovement FlowToGrow ClosedChainMobility

24 Days ago
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Jim Romig

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Comment from Jim Romig:


Try stuff in and from down dog... like for a couple minutes. Almost crammed one whole "rep" into this minute, but I think you got the gist of it. Work each of the four movements from down dog (windmill, side sit to shin box, seated twist, and piss dog) on one side before starting the other side. Start slow for a couple of reps, then add some more reps as you feel comfortable and speed up as much as your excellent form will allow. Or, stay slow and focus on parts that naturally try to rush through movements and spend a little time honing in on said area to see why it is your body is rushing. Worth a shot. UnconventionalMovement UnconventionalFitness UnconventionalTraining BodyWeight BodyWeightTraining MMA BJJ JiuJitsu JiuJitsuWarmUp BJJWarmUp DownDog ShadowGrappling ListenToYourBody MoveHonestly FlowToGrow BalancePointFA InternalRootsMovement FitnessRebellion

24 Days ago
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Jim Romig

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Comment from Jim Romig:


While working down one side of the body then the other, all from down dog, how well can you replace your points of contact with the earth (hands and feet) right back where they were? As time goes along, has your base shifted a bit? It's a fun thing worth taking note of. Speaking of your base, what parts of your hands and feet are holding the load? Are they just "resting on the ground" or are they driving that shit away? Also worth noting. Anyway, here's the complex- -Left windmill -Left side sit -Left piss dog -Right windmill -Right side sit -Right piss dog That's one rep, and it took just about a minute. Use 1-5 reps as a warm up/reset, or go up to 10+ reps for a full on routine. As always, start slow and feel free to speed up as much as your body will safely allow. Speaking of speed, when going slow, wherever your body naturally speeds up, it's probably hiding something. Take some time to feel out what may he hiding before moving too much further 😉 ListenToYourBody FlowToGrow MoveHonestly MMA JiuJitsu JiuJitsuWarmUp BJJ BJJWarmUp BalancePointFA InternalRootsMovement IRM FitnessRebellion Grappling BodyWeight BodyWeightTraining UnconventionalFitness UnconventionalTraining UnconventionalMovement ShadowGrappling ChooseWhatYouMove

25 Days ago
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Jim Romig

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Comment from Jim Romig:


A fun four movement combination that can be used in a one minute per drill circuit format for four minutes of non stop work (please, be mindful of your transitions and make them as pristine as your movements 😉). Hit one-two rounds slow to improve control and range of motion as a warm up, or tack on one-two more rounds with a little mindful "umph" to turn it into a full body conditioning routine. Be aware of how you are driving the floor away at all times, and not just rest on it. Localize the movement as much as possible by stabilizing everything that shouldn't be moving. Exhale through the tough stuff and don't force anything. Slowly improve range of motion without sacrificing any structural integrity. Feel free to throw any or all of this in before rolling or training. Should be fun 😁🎉 BodyWeight BodyWeightTraining UnconventionalFitness UnconventionalMovement UnconventionalTraining WarmUp MoveHonestly ListenToYourBody MMA BJJ JiuJitsu JiuJitsuWarmUp Grappling BalancePointFA FitnessRebellion InternalRootsMovement FlowToGrow IRM

26 Days ago
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Kapap Canada

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Great class with some of our first students kapapcanada jiujitsuwarmup

53 Days ago
jiujitsumobility

Jiu-Jitsu Mobility

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Comment from Jiu-Jitsu Mobility:


Repost bryanmarugg ・・・ For all the BJJ practitioners out there that have ever sustained a joint injury during training, then I highly recommend adding controlled articular rotations (CAR's) into your training/rehab immediately after the injury occurs. CAR's- take any joint through it's articulation building on the ROM and intensity as the injury begins to reduce inflammation. Movement in general is an amazing anti inflammatory tool. CAR's are just that. Movement in a proper manner to decrease inflammation, increase blood flow for nutrient transportation and also, can start laying down new healthy tissue in a properly directed manner. I recently injured the medial portion of my right elbow through hyper extension, which left me some loss in ROM with elbow extension. I immediately started CAR's on it and I do as many reps throughout the day to constantly communicate to the cells to lay down new healthy tissue in the direction of the proper articulation. I have almost got my full ROM back within a couple days of the injury and I will start with some PAIL's level one tomorrow. I hope this helps some of you out there have have those pesky joint issues, and hopefully this can get you back to training a little sooner. FR FRC functionalanatomyseminars functionalrangeconditioning impactperformancetraining ipt rehab softtissue softtissueninjas jiujitsu jits bjj jiujitsuinjuries jiujitsulifestyle jiujitsuwarmup jiujitsumobility bjjmobility mma mixedmartialarts

57 Days ago
jiujitsumobility

Jiu-Jitsu Mobility

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Comment from Jiu-Jitsu Mobility:


Repost ryhurst ・・・ Here's another variation of the free-flow that I was doing before bjj the other day. Tons of fun. play freeflow jiujitsuwarmup havefun gmbfitness

59 Days ago
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BJJ CHOKE

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72 Days ago