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What Makes The Best BJJ Professor

What Makes The Best BJJ Professor

The definition of the “best” Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) professor can vary depending on individual perspectives and preferences. However, there are certain qualities and characteristics that are commonly associated with exceptional BJJ professors:

1. Technical Expertise: 

A top BJJ professor possesses extensive technical knowledge and expertise in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. They have a deep understanding of the fundamental principles, techniques, and strategies of the art. They continually refine their skills, stay updated with the latest developments, and are proficient in teaching a wide range of techniques.

2. Teaching Ability:

Excellent BJJ professors have strong teaching skills. They can effectively communicate complex concepts, break down techniques into understandable steps, and provide clear demonstrations. They have the ability to cater their teaching style to the needs of different students, ensuring that everyone can grasp the material.

3. Passion and Dedication:

The best BJJ professors are passionate about the art and genuinely dedicated to their students’ development. They inspire and motivate their students to pursue excellence, constantly pushing them to improve. They lead by example, demonstrating a deep commitment to their own training and growth.

4. Individual Attention:

Exceptional BJJ professors understand that each student has unique strengths, weaknesses, and learning styles. They provide individual attention and personalized feedback to help students progress. They offer guidance, corrections, and specific advice tailored to each student’s needs.

5. Safe and Inclusive Environment:

A great BJJ professor creates a safe, inclusive, and supportive training environment. They prioritize the well-being of their students, placing emphasis on injury prevention and proper technique execution. They foster a positive atmosphere that encourages camaraderie, respect, and teamwork among students.

6. Mentorship and Character Development: 

6. Mentorship and Character Development: The best BJJ professors go beyond teaching techniques and also act as mentors. They help develop their students’ character, instilling values such as discipline, perseverance, humility, and respect. They serve as positive role models, both on and off the mat.

7. Progression and Success:

Exceptional BJJ professors have a track record of producing successful students. They have helped students achieve notable accomplishments in tournaments, belt promotions, and overall skill development. They provide guidance and support throughout their students’ journey, setting realistic goals and helping them achieve their full potential.

8. Continuous Learning:

Top BJJ professors have a growth mindset and are committed to continuous learning. They stay engaged with the BJJ community, attend seminars, train with other high-level practitioners, and seek opportunities to further their own knowledge and skills.

It’s important to note that the definition of the “best” BJJ professor may also depend on factors such as the specific goals and preferences of individual students, the culture and atmosphere of the academy, and the instructor’s ability to create a positive and engaging learning environment.

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Curriculum

*1st place – Brazil Cup Jiu-Jitsu (CBJJO) – 2004
*1st place – Rio de Janeiro Jiu-Jitsu State League (LERJJ) – 2004
*1st place – Rio de Janeiro Jiu-Jitsu State Championship (FJJ-Rio) – weight and open weight division – 2004
*1st place – Rio de Janeiro Jiu-Jitsu State Ranking (FJJ-Rio) – 2004
‍*2nd place – Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Championship (CBJJ) – 2005
*1st place – Rio de Janeiro Jiu-Jitsu State Championship – weight and open weight division (FJJ-Rio) – 2005.
*1st place – Rio de Janeiro Jiu-Jitsu State Ranking (FJJ-Rio) – 2005
*1st place – Brazil Cup Jiu-Jitsu – weight division – 2006
* 3rd place – Brazil Cup Jiu-Jitsu – Absolut of light division – 2006
*1st place – Super Cup Rip Dorey Jiu-Jitsu No-Gi Professional – 2006
*1st place – Rio de Janeiro Jiu-Jitsu State Championship – weight and open weight division (FJJ-Rio) – 2006
*3rd Pan American Jiu-Jitsu Championship CBJJO 2007 – Weight Division
*3rd Pan American Jiu-Jitsu Championship CBJJO 2007 – Open Weight Division
*2nd place – South American Jiu-Jitsu Championship (IBJJF ) – 2007
*1st place – Rio de Janeiro Jiu-Jitsu State Championship (FJJ-Rio ) – 2007
*1st place – International Jiu-Jitsu No Gi Championship – 2007
*1st place – Rio de Janeiro Jiu-Jitsu State Championship (FJJ-Rio) – 2008
*1st place – Rio de Janeiro Jiu-Jitsu State Championship (FJJD-Rio) – 2008
*1st place – Rio de Janeiro Jiu-Jitsu State Championship (FJJ-Rio) – open weight division – 2009
*1st place – South American Jiu-Jitsu Championship (IBJJF)- 2009
*2nd place – Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Jiu-Jitsu No Gi Championship (CBJJ)- 2009
*1st place – Super Fight Jiu-Jitsu – Ohio – 2011
*1st place – Colorado State Jiu-Jitsu No Gi Championship – weight Division – 2011
*1st place – Colorado State Jiu-Jitsu No Gi Championship – Open Weight Division – 2011
*1st place – Super Fight Jiu-Jitsu – Colorado – 2011
*1st place – Dallas Jiu-Jitsu International Open (IBJJF) – 2012
*3rd place – Pan American Jiu-Jitsu International Championship (IBJJF) – 2013
*1st place – Chicago Jiu-Jitsu International Open (IBJJF) – 2013
*1st place – Seattle Jiu-Jitsu International Open (IBJJF) – 2014
*1st place – BJJ Tour Jiu-Jitsu International – 2014
*1st place – Summer Classic Super Fight Jiu-Jitsu – 2015
*1st place – Europa Super Show Dallas – Jiu-Jitsu No-Gi Super Fight – 2015
*1st place – Vegas International Open (IBJJF) – Weight division – 2016
*1st place – Vegas International Open (IBJJF) Open weight division – 2016
*1st place – Los Angeles PRO (IBJJF) – 2016
*2nd place – weight division – New York International Open (IBJJF) – 2017
*3rd place – Absolute (open weight) divison – New York International Open (IBJJF) – 2017
*1st place – National Championship (IBJJF) – 2017
*1st place – San Jose International Open Championship (IBJJF) – 2017
*1st place – weight division – Seattle International Open Championship (IBJJF) – 2017
*2nd place – absolute (open weight division) – Seattle International Open Championship (IBJJF) – 2017
*Champion of super fight – Fight to Win PRO 47TX – 2017
*1st place – San Diego Pro Championship (IBJJF) – 2017
*2nd place – Pan American No Gi International Championship (IBJJF) – 2017
*1st place – San Antonio International Open (IBJJF) – 2017
*1st place – Cincinnati International Open (IBJJF) – 2017
*2nd place – World NO GI (IBJJF) – 2017
*1st place – Seattle International Open (IBJJF) – 2018
*2nd place – Super fight – Fight to Win PRO 87 TX – 2018

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