Robert Capa (1913–1954), a master of photography, used to say that if your pictures aren’t good enough, you are not close enough. Good for life, good for jiu-jitsu: if your technique isn’t good enough, maybe you haven’t gotten close enough to see and learn.
Your grip on the gi when it’s time to choke, for example. Are you still baffled by the effectiveness of the champions? Does it seem like something is amiss when you squeeze your training partner? Fret not, because our team zoomed in on the invisible details of Rickson Gracie’s grip. So check out this lesson.