Chris has an impressive background in break dancing and I think it was amazing to see how the two cultures relate and how the movements from this type of dance can help improve your jiu-jitsu movements. Make sure you read the full article to get a better understanding on how the lessons you learn from break dancing can translate well into jiu jitsu. I remember hearing Joe Rogan talk about how Eddie Bravo's best students are break dancers and they pick up the techniques surprisingly fast. Other great examples of break dancers that are also great jiu jitsu practitioners are Tony Ferguson. His loose and unpredictable movements are a prime example of how having loose hips from break dancing can benefit your fight game. Has other sports helped you in your jiu jitsu game? Let us know in the comments below!
Where do you train out of?
Do you prefer the gi or nogi?
I enjoy both but prefer Gi
Has your instructors helped you in other aspects of life other than jiu jitsu?
What are some lessons you learned from jiu jitsu that applies to everyday life?
How often do you train?
What made you want to start training?
Do you plan on training your whole life?
What’s it about jiu jitsu that makes it so addicting?
What has jiu jitsu done for your physical health?
Has jiu jitsu benefited your mental health?
If you could restart your jiu jitsu journey, would you do anything different?
What’s your advice for someone that’s never tried jiu jitsu before but is interested in trying it?
Do you have any aspirations in jiu jitsu?
What’s your favorite move?
Would you like to see the sport become more mainstream?
Have any of your training partners pushed you to reach your full potential?
What makes you want to inspire and motivate others?
When you were first starting, what was the most difficult concept of jiu jitsu that you had trouble getting?
Has break dancing helped your jiu jitsu game in any way?
Is there any similarities between jiu jitsu culture and bboy culture? Please explain.
Both Bjj and bboy/hip hop culture are young in the public eye and are still growing and evolving.both disciplines require strength, flexibility and mental toughness if you wish to last. Lastly, they both showcase this beauty in a warrior nature.